The Bank of England is over 300 years old. And for nearly all of that time, it has been located on Threadneedle Street in the heart of the City of London.
It has had the nickname ‘The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street’ – or simply ‘The Old Lady’.
The challenge
To match old photographs of the Bank of England to modern-day photos. To create a then-and-now stitch. 
The idea
Creating looping GIFs of the two photos stitched together to show the differences between both images. 
Photographer, Video Editor
Watch the GIFs below to see Then and Now
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