You can see a blurred shot of St Saviour’s in a 1921 photo in the Britain From Above collection. The collection is a digitisation of the unique Aerofilms collection of aerial photographs from 1919-1953. The project finished last year, and offers some 95,000 images of Britain in the first half of the 20th century.
St Saviour’s is to the bottom left, opposite the large white Selfridges façade. I’ve put a flag on it so if you click on the flags in that area, you’ll find it.
You can see the image without creating a profile and logging in… but where’s the fun in that. I’m off now to have a look and see if I can see pictures of my house!