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The corner of Frith Street, Soho, London, circa 1955. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

The corner of Frith Street, Soho, London, circa (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Frith St at the junction with Old Compton Stree, Soho, London 1955

The Continental Fruit Stores on the corner of Frith Street and Old Compton Street. The Continental Fruit Stores was the scene of the infamous fight between local tough guys Albert Dimes and Jack "Spot" Comer in

Great Windmill Street, Soho, London, 1973 I remember going to see Alec Guinness in the play at the Lyric with Patricia Hayes and Andrew Sachs

Soho: then and now

Great Windmill Street, Soho, London, 1973 I Uwould like a pound for every telegram I delivered to this Theatre, I could probably buy a couple of pints with it today.

In Pictures: London In 1902 | Londonist/ Golden Square

A view north in Golden Square, Soho, looking towards Upper James Street, with the large chimneys of the St James' and Pall Mall Electic Light Company's works on Marshall Street in the distance. 1902 (towers long demolished now)

Studying the latest news. Frith Street, London. June 1956

Save Soho old London June People look at notices outside a newsagent's shop on Frith Street, where a newspaper board reads: 'They saved London'

Berwick Street Market. Sells fruits, veggies, cooking utensils and some clothing plus other odds and ends. It is a must walk about if you ever go to London.

Berwick Street Market has been selling fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, herbs and cheese since The market traders still shout their wares and many offer big discounts late in the afternoon.