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Rotten Row in Hyde Park

Rotten Row in Hyde Park


An albumen print showing a view of carriages and riders in London's Rotten Row.

The upper-class practice of riding daily in Rotten Row was well established by the end of the eighteenth century. During the London season, the fashionable appeared there every afternoon to see and be seen.

Photographed by the The London Stereoscopic Company.
 

Code: 125049
 
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