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Steep Street - Host Street to Griffin Lane -road line altered and became Colston Street. 1871 Joseph Dann chimney sweeper Edward Robins umbrella maker John Murphy newsagent Rosamond Holloway marine stores John Weeks boot make Victorian London, Victorian Life, Vintage London, Victorian Street, London History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, Old Pictures

1866 medieval Steep Street from the junction with Trenchard Street

Steep Street - Host Street to Griffin Lane -road line altered and became Colston Street. 1871 Joseph Dann, chimney sweeper Edward Robins, umbrella maker John Murphy, newsagent Rosamond Holloway, marine stores John Weeks, boot maker This picture by Frost & Read of Steep Street curving away to the right was recorded five years before it was demolished and replaced by Colston street but on a different realignment.

The Bourjois perfume warehouse - gutted by bombs in 1940 but still standing today © Courtesy of Sutton Local Studies and Archives Centre Bourjois Perfume, Croydon Airport, Local Studies, Home Guard, The Blitz, Air Raid, Battle Of Britain, Military History

In Pictures: Croydon Museum and Clocktower remembers the Blitz and the Battle of Britain

Two exhibitions remember the lives of people in Croydon during the Battle of Britain and the Blitz open at the Museum.

10 Abandoned Nuclear Bunkers, Missile Silos and Ammunition Dumps Concrete Pad, Survival Shelter, Bunker, Abandoned Places, Germany, Shelters, Ghosts, Statues, Woods

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Samuel Jones Factory in Southampton Way Peckham South East London England after it was demolished in 1982 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Paris Skyline, New York Skyline, London History, South London, Street Photo, Southampton, London England

Samuel Jones Factory in Southampton Way Peckham South East London England after it was demolished in 1982

In 1560 Amy arrived to stay at Cumnor Place. Cumnor Place had been built in the early century by the monks of Abingdon Abbey. The Monks, Norfolk, Middle Ages, Queen Elizabeth, Tudor, Mysterious, Wales, Affair, Amy

ICumnor Place is haunted by the ghost of Amy Robsart, the wife of Robert Dudley who was having a passionate affair with Queen Elizabeth I. Amy died of mysterious circumstances at Cumnor Place in 1560. When Amy’s ghost was seen on the stairs where her neck was broken in a fall, the public took this as a sign that her death was not an accident.

The Clean Air Act was passed to control air pollution on a national level.seen in this photo was life before the Clean Air Act! Clean Air Act, Elderly Man, Air Pollution, Environmental Science, Planer, American History, Acting, Memories, 60th Anniversary

Life before the Clean Air Act - your memories and pictures

Life before the Clean Air Act - your memories and pictures | Pollution | The Guardian

A policewoman controls traffic, Ludgate Hill London Circa Vintage London, Old London, London Museums, Present Day, Change The World, Old Pictures, Business Women, 1950s, Police

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