In Photos: London In The Fog

By Londonist Staff Last edited 11 months ago
In Photos: London In The Fog

Come rain or shine, clear skies or foggy ones — if there's one thing we can be sure about, it's that London looks amazing whatever the weather. Check out our favourite photos of London in the fog below.

Fog in London
Source Aer Lingus
Source London
View of Tower Bridge from London Bridge... in the fog.
Source Ruth Elleson
The Lyceum Theatre in the Strand.
Source The Ripper
Source Londonfromtherooftops
London calling.... Where are you? Thick fog on our approach this morning
Source Dave Fitch
The Mall
Source Lambeth Walker
Tower Bridge looking eerie and beautiful in the morning haze.
Source Visitlondon
Tower Bridge.
Source Emcintaggart
Westminster Abbey
Source Historyphotographed
Primrose Hill.
Source Steele's Village
London, 1922.
Source Amateur Casual
A bit foggy over London this morning. While Biggin Hill is clear with Blue skies!
Source Biggin Hill Airport
Aerial view of Docklands in the fog.
Source Jack Shenker
London bus being guided through thick fog with a flaming torch, 1952.
Source Yesteryear
The London skyline.
Source Haydengeorge.
Central London.
Source Npas London
Source Theradu
The Barbican.
Source Barbicancentre
After the celebrations. A reveller makes his way home through the London fog after Halloween.
Source Davenant
Source Peppyhere
Foggy conditions on Westminster Bridge.
Source London
Kennington Park.
Source Davidsim
The fog over London this morning! Absolutely beautiful.
Source Haydengeorge.
The London skyline in the fog.
Source Mike Ling Mbe (Red 3)
Outside the Bank of England during thick fog, 1952.
Source Old Pics Archive
Fog having set above BT Tower.
Source Gcooler
Delivering ice in the fog, London 1919.
Source Rob Baker
Richmond Park.
Source Hassan Mirr
Tower Bridge in the fog.
Source Andrew Bloch
Liverpool Street Station in the late, 1950s. London was famous for it's "pea soupers" eventually leading parliament to pass the 1956 and 1968 Clean Air Acts, which began the process of eliminating the burning of coal in both people's homes and in factories
Source Londonhistorian
Source Peppyhere
Source Sarah Wells

Last Updated 08 August 2017