The Regent Street Christmas lights at night: 1960
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40cm
actual image size: 22cm x 22cm

The Regent Street Christmas lights at night: 1960

Henry Grant

© Henry Grant Collection/Museum of London

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The tradition of decorating Regent Street with Christmas lights began in 1954 after the Daily Telegraph reported that London looked 'drab' at Christmas. The designs became more elaborate each year until the cost of creating the spectacle became prohibitive. There were no lights for seven years from 1971. The Christmas lights were reintroduced in 1978 with financial support from the retailers in Regent Street and commercial sponsors.
 

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Date

1960 AD - 1960 AD
 

Image Number

004718
 

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