This 1922 exhibition at the London Museum combines some favs for me: dress and transit. During a transformative era of rapidly shifting hemlines, silhouettes, and haircuts, a look back to 1850s fashion – worn by an era of women known to museum goers – must be really fun. The London Museum was located at Lancaster House until just after World War II. It then merged with the Guildhall Museum. The collections are now a part of the Museum of London, built in 1976 near the Barbican Center as part of the revitalization of the heavily bomb-damaged eastern part of the city.