Street photography in 50s & 60s London : Bob Collins.

The man behind the lens in these shots is east-end born Bob Collins. He gave up his job as a watchmaker in Covent Garden, London to turn his photography into a life-long career.

50 years on, his work is being shown at the Museum of London, where 50 curated images depicting capitol life will be available for all to see ; expect clubs, clothes, and cues.

Observing the Crowd: Photographs by Bob Collins is free and will run at the Museum of London from Friday, May 16 to Friday, July 13.

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