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Re-opening of St Paul's Cathedral, London
Re-opening of St Paul's Cathedral, London, 1930. View of King George V and Queen Mary, consort of the King, processing down Ludgate Hill, following the re-opening of St Paul's Cathedral on 5th June, 1930. The street is lined with crowds; police keep them off the road. In the bottom right corner there is a shop sign for the opticians Dollond and Aitchison.
- Image ref: 1238067
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)