This great little video by film pioneer Claude Friese-Greene has been doing the rounds for a while but in case you haven’t seen it yet, we wanted to share it with you. It’s some of the first-ever colour film footage of London, and we think you’ll agree that it’s pretty special. And below, check out a brilliant stunning shot-for-shot modern day remake, showing how much – and how little! – things have changed in the last 86 years:
If you want some more old school London footage, check these out:
Uxbridge May Carnival in 1922
London in the swinging ’60s
For more info, check out bfi.org.uk.