Taken from the exact same spots, at the exact same time of day, they compare how the country looked one month in with how it looks today.
Now, 50 days on – or 80 days since that fateful announcement – signs of a return to normality are beginning to emerge.
One April photo shows London’s Waterloo Station transformed into a ghost town, with just a handful of visible figures.
But on June 11, more movement can be seen, as commuters return to work.
In another shot, the M5 motorway is nearly deserted under the blue Spring skies.
But 50 days later, a modest trickle of cars and trucks has returned – even if the sunshine has not.
The comparisons come just days before England enters its next major phase of the Government’s Covid-19 “road map”.
From Monday, non-essential shops, zoos and safari parks, will begin to shake off the shackles of lockdown, as more and more Brits attempt to resume something vaguely resembling normal life.