No. 12 Salisbury Square

Famed publisher Edward Lloyd occupied no. 12 Salisbury Square from 1843 to 1873. He ran Lloyd’s Weekly, a widely circulated Sunday newspaper, and The Daily Chronicle. His weeklies published Sweeney Todd and Varney the Vampire and his premises lent their name to the Salisbury Square School of fiction, known for serialized chilling and bloody fiction. The building was destroyed in WWII during the Blitz. 

Image: Salisbury Square, London.


Latitude: 51.513434100000
Longitude: -0.106100200000