The Museum of London has released an updated app titled Streetmuseum 2.0 that overlays historic photographs of London across whatever the user is looking at in the present day to create an augmented reality for tourists as they explore the city.
Street scene at Covent Garden with underground station and horse and cart in the background.
A view of the forecourt of the Southern Railway's terminal at London Bridge.
A view of Bow Lane, off Cheapside in the City of London, looking south to the crossing with Watling Street and St. Mary Aldermary in the middle distance.
Blackfriars station entrance from outside 179 Queen Victoria Street.
View of Duncannon Street decorated with bunting and banners for the coronation ceremony of Edward VII.
Horse-drawn Hansom cabs dominate the traffic.
A street seller of sherbert and water is photographed on Cheapside completely unawares of the camera.
A night shot outside the Palace Theatre before an evening's performance.
Brick Lane, old and new.
Piccadilly Circus, Coronation day, June 1953. Crowds gather to witness the Coronation procession of Elizabeth II.
Charing Cross Road is renowned for its specialist and second-hand bookshops.
Boy shining shoes outside the Tea Room at Victoria station in 1950.
The exterior of the completed Gloucester Road Station on the underground Metropolitan and District Railway, which was opened on 3rd October 1868.
This photograph shows Byward Street near Tower Hill, looking west with the church of All Hallows by the tower on the left and the former Mark Lane Underground station on the right.
From the west side of Tower Bridge, looking out across the Upper Pool.