Nostalgia

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Who remembers frozen milk on the doorstep ? That was one of my best memories

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Do you remember waking up on a bitter cold winters morning and your window looked like this.on the inside?/ It took me Years to warm up!

Yes...zero insulation.

Andrews - loved the challenge of drinking this straight with the bubbles going up my nose!

Vintage Medicine Ads of Miscellaneous Years

Vintage Medicine Ads of Miscellaneous Years

Vintage Toys Banned Toy Museum - TOP 10 Banned Toys -- Yup, had these, knocked myself a few good ones in the process of learning to use them.

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Banned Toy Museum - TOP 10 Banned Toys. Clackers, also known as Knockers and Click Clacks, consisted of two large acrylic balls, which hung on either end of a heavy string. The two balls would swing apart and together, making the loud clacking noise that gave the toy its name. If swung too hard, the acrylic balls would shatter, sending flying shrapnel everywhere. Clackers were banned in 1985

Gas meter in UK. This is how you used to pay for your gas bill. In order to get hot water, you would have to put money in the meter. That money would then help to pay the bill.

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Oh, I LOVED my stereo console! Bought it when I was single, sold it when I was married. HUGE mistake -- not the marriage, the sale, silly.

I have the Boyscout one as well. Childhood Images, My Childhood Memories, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Images, Paisley Scotland, Old Advertisements, Advertising, Classic Tv
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Robertson's Marmalade Golliwog 1966

I have the Boyscout one as well.

London UK:Trolley bus for Winchmore Hill at Manor House, late Uk History, London History, London Map, Old London, London Transport, Public Transport, New Luxury Cars, Routemaster, Buses And Trains
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Crowds listen to Billy Graham

Trolley bus for Winchmore Hill at Manor House, late 1950s/early 60s

Bath time meant the maid had to carry enough hot water to fill a tub. And sometimes up to or more flights of stairs. And in the winter time, have a fire going in the fireplace for added comfort.

Inside Victorian Houses and Homes

Houses and Homes through the years from the Romans to the present day

I remember saving all the Golly tokens from Robertsons Jam until I had enough for a badge. I tried really hard to get a full set but never managed it.

Advert Museum - Robertsons Jams

Britain's History in Old Photos, Vintage Adverts and more

school desks with ink wells - I sat at desks like this in primary school - steel nibbed pens with a wooden handle which left blobs of ink on the exercise book and white ceramic ink wells. Ah those were really awful school days !

THE OLD SCHOOL DESK, GRESSENHALL, NORFOLK 2011

I sat in desk like this at Clare Primary School in the 1950s. These desks occupy the girls' school house in Gressenhall Museum when it was a work house.

Historical background detail for British N Gauge modellers on Road Markings and Street Furniture

Heritage Finger Post Signs

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London Vintage London, Old London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, Tudor History, British History, East End London, Bethnal Green
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Tony Bock’s Farewell To The East End

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Islington, Mildmay Park looking to Newington Green 1952 Vintage London, Old London, East London, London Bus, London Street, London Transport, Public Transport, Newington Green, Essex Road

Islington, Mildmay Park looking to Newington Green 1952

As tram abandonment draws ever nearer in 1952, we see car 1939 on route 33 approach Newington Green. It's passing a Taylor Walker pub that has its name obscured - more info would be welcome. The next three pictures show the same location. photo - R J S Wiseman N.B. This picture is part of a set showing the London Borough of Islington, from Essex Road, to Newington Green and Green Lanes. To view the full set in the correct order, click the link…

Old History Pictures Family Photos Ideas

Hackney Workhouse, Homerton Hight Street: Old Casual Ward London Pictures, London Photos, London Metropolitan, East End London, Vintage London, London City, History Facts, Old Things, Victorian
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Hackney Workhouse: Old Casual Ward

Hackney Workhouse, Homerton Hight Street: Old Casual Ward