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Lois lane at the Tatty Bogle Club. "On ‘Hire Purchase’ I got a 6 string guitar. My Dad’s rekindled enthusiasm meant we all regularly went to a Django Reinhardt Jazz evening at a local club. I knew then I wanted to be a jazz guitarist. I started work in a local Estate Agents as a secretary and in the evening played rhythm guitar at a club in Soho London called ‘The Tatty Bogle’, (Scottish for Scarecrow). It was frequented by doctors, lawyers, journalists and, folk and trad-jazz musicians." Soho Club, Django Reinhardt, Lois Lane, Jazz Musicians, Estate Agents, Lawyers, Secretary, Family History, Good Day

Lois lane at the Tatty Bogle Club. "On ‘Hire Purchase’ I got a 6 string guitar. My Dad’s rekindled enthusiasm meant we all regularly went to a Django Reinhardt Jazz evening at a local club. I knew then I wanted to be a jazz guitarist. I started work in a local Estate Agents as a secretary and in the evening played rhythm guitar at a club in Soho London called ‘The Tatty Bogle’, (Scottish for Scarecrow). It was frequented by doctors, lawyers, journalists and, folk and trad-jazz musicians."

Commercial Road : Jack the Ripper patch ! Old London, London 1800, East End London, London England, Victorian London, Vintage London, Victorian Era, London History, British History

CRIME TOWN .LONDON

Crime Town Through the heart of the old East End ran the road called Commercial road,it was built to solve the problems of the cramped slums or rookeries an idea that was supposed to change the face of the violent streets but its construction forgot that it was just a road and on all sides of it life was exactly the same as before.The 1840s,was a time when the east End problem raised its head and ideas were put to solve it, the road which had been aimed largely at slum clearance remained a…

“I love this place, it’s just like home: filthy and full of strangers.” Ronnie Scott Ronnie Scott opened his first jazz club on 30 October 1959 London History, British History, Soho Club, Yusef Lateef, Jazz Musicians, Jazz Artists, Swinging London, London Clubs, London Pictures

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themaninthegreenshirt: “ “I love this place, it’s just like home: filthy and full of strangers.” Ronnie Scott Ronnie Scott opened his first jazz club on 30 October 1959 Wishing a very Happy Birthday...

Mocket's or Ovendens Mill, Polegate, near Eastbourne. Built in 1817 and last worked in the After a threat to demolish the mill it was saved for preservation in the Red Tiles, Sussex County, Architectural Services, Britain Uk, Chichester, Le Moulin, Statue Of Liberty, Places Ive Been, Restoration

Sussex Windmills 16. Polegate, near Eastbourne, Mockett's, Ovenden's, Wannock or Willingdon Mill.

There were at the end of the century at least four mills on the river Wandle in Carshalton, making a whole variety of products from drugs to gunp Old London, West London, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, History Class, Family History, Derelict Places, Croydon, Places Of Interest

Ansells Snuff Mill, Carshalton

There were at the end of the 19th century at least four mills on the river Wandle in Carshalton, making a whole variety of products from drugs to gunpowder...

Streatham High Road Streatham South West London England in 1903 Vintage London, Old London, South London, West London, Local Studies, High Road, London Photos, Slums, Surrey

Streatham High Road, Streatham, 1903

A history of south-east London suburbs, in images and words, brought to you by the area's local studies and archives collections.

The Commercial Road in the East End in 1890 London Pictures, London Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Victorian Era, 19th Century London

CRIME TOWN .LONDON

Crime Town Through the heart of the old East End ran the road called Commercial road,it was built to solve the problems of the cramped slums or rookeries an idea that was supposed to change the face of the violent streets but its construction forgot that it was just a road and on all sides of it life was exactly the same as before.The 1840s,was a time when the east End problem raised its head and ideas were put to solve it, the road which had been aimed largely at slum clearance remained a…

The wandle... How lucky are we to have a river with such steeped history in Wallington!! This is a picture of the Wallington Bridge mill that is now Beddington park car park, by Wallington Bridge, it was later a chocolate factory called Helm Royal Chocolate Factory. South London, Old London, Local History, Family History, Sutton Surrey, Croydon, Chocolate Factory, Historical Pictures, Car Park

The wandle... How lucky are we to have a river with such steeped history in Wallington!! This is a picture of the Wallington Bridge mill that is now Beddington park car park, by Wallington Bridge, it was later a chocolate factory called Helm Royal Chocolate Factory.

Golden Cross Post mill, near Eastbourne, East Sussex c Demolished in about 1922 but the round house survives, converted into a residential property. New Mills, Round House, East Sussex, Family History, Sailing, Survival, Earth, Windmills, Towers

Golden Cross Mill, Dicker, East Sussex about 1910. This Mill was demolished in 1929 and only the roundhouse survives, Converted into a residential property.

Old Photos of Sutton in Surrey (Page in England, United Kingdom of Great Britain South London, Old London, Back In Time, Back In The Day, Sutton Surrey, Kingdom Of Great Britain, England Uk, Wimbledon, Old Photos

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Old photos of Sutton in Surrey (Page 4), in England, United Kingdom of Great Britain

The Big Freeze of 1963 actually started in the south of England with heavy snowfalls on the 26th and 27th of December 1962. This shot was taken from King's Lane overbridge in Sutton Surrey England before the end of 1962 and depicts a pair of 4-Sub electric units with an Epsom Downs to Victoria service, headcode 84, having just left Sutton, next stop Carshalton Beeches. Sutton England, Sutton Surrey, Big Freeze, British Rail, West London, Family History, Kings Lane, Trains, December

The Big Freeze of 1963 actually started in the south of England with heavy snowfalls on the 26th and 27th of December 1962. This shot was taken from King's Lane overbridge in Sutton Surrey England before the end of 1962 and depicts a pair of 4-Sub electric units with an Epsom Downs to Victoria service, headcode 84, having just left Sutton, next stop Carshalton Beeches.

Carshalton, Beeches, The Shops from Francis Frith Old London, West London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Sutton Surrey, Those Were The Days, British History, Old Skool, Family History

Carshalton, Beeches, the Shops c1965

Photo of Carshalton, Beeches, The Shops c.1965

Picture of London, SE - Upper Norwood, Central Hill - Vintage London, Old London, East London, London Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Croydon, Crystal Palace, Slums

London, SE - Upper Norwood, Central Hill - N2295

Central Hill in Upper Norwood in South East London c1910s

Commercial Road Stepney looking east in 1890 collage Vintage London, Old London, History Class, Family History, Bermondsey London, Irish Catholic, Tower Hamlets, Ripper Street, East End London

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The Star Inn, Alfriston, Sussex, England, where Nicholas rests before travelling on to Petworth Manor. English Inn, Pub Signs, English Countryside, East Sussex, Surrey, Great Britain, Brighton, Places Ive Been, Street View

The Star Inn, Alfriston, Sussex.

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The Albion Hotel in Albion Road / Clissold Road, Stoke Newington London History, Local History, Family History, Old London, East London, Albion Hotel, Old Pub, Historical Photos, Vintage Pins

Albion Tavern, 2 Clissold road, Stoke Newington N16

Albion Tavern, 2 Clissold road, Stoke Newington N16

Watermill At Carshalton, 1830 Oil On Panel by Patrick Nasmyth Local History, Family History, Sutton Surrey, Le Moulin, Old Photos, Nostalgia, Pen Drawings, Romantic, Windmills

Watermill At Carshalton, 1830 Oil On Panel by Patrick Nasmyth

Watermill At Carshalton, 1830 Oil On Panel Photograph by Patrick Nasmyth

Lois lane at the Tatty Bogle Club. "On ‘Hire Purchase’ I got a 6 string guitar. My Dad’s rekindled enthusiasm meant we all regularly went to a Django Reinhardt Jazz evening at a local club. I knew then I wanted to be a jazz guitarist. I started work in a local Estate Agents as a secretary and in the evening played rhythm guitar at a club in Soho London called ‘The Tatty Bogle’, (Scottish for Scarecrow). It was frequented by doctors, lawyers, journalists and, folk and trad-jazz musicians." Soho Club, Django Reinhardt, Lois Lane, Jazz Musicians, Estate Agents, Lawyers, Secretary, Family History, Good Day

Lois lane at the Tatty Bogle Club. "On ‘Hire Purchase’ I got a 6 string guitar. My Dad’s rekindled enthusiasm meant we all regularly went to a Django Reinhardt Jazz evening at a local club. I knew then I wanted to be a jazz guitarist. I started work in a local Estate Agents as a secretary and in the evening played rhythm guitar at a club in Soho London called ‘The Tatty Bogle’, (Scottish for Scarecrow). It was frequented by doctors, lawyers, journalists and, folk and trad-jazz musicians."

Commercial Road : Jack the Ripper patch ! Old London, London 1800, East End London, London England, Victorian London, Vintage London, Victorian Era, London History, British History

CRIME TOWN .LONDON

Crime Town Through the heart of the old East End ran the road called Commercial road,it was built to solve the problems of the cramped slums or rookeries an idea that was supposed to change the face of the violent streets but its construction forgot that it was just a road and on all sides of it life was exactly the same as before.The 1840s,was a time when the east End problem raised its head and ideas were put to solve it, the road which had been aimed largely at slum clearance remained a…

“I love this place, it’s just like home: filthy and full of strangers.” Ronnie Scott Ronnie Scott opened his first jazz club on 30 October 1959 London History, British History, Soho Club, Yusef Lateef, Jazz Musicians, Jazz Artists, Swinging London, London Clubs, London Pictures

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themaninthegreenshirt: “ “I love this place, it’s just like home: filthy and full of strangers.” Ronnie Scott Ronnie Scott opened his first jazz club on 30 October 1959 Wishing a very Happy Birthday...

Mocket's or Ovendens Mill, Polegate, near Eastbourne. Built in 1817 and last worked in the After a threat to demolish the mill it was saved for preservation in the Red Tiles, Sussex County, Architectural Services, Britain Uk, Chichester, Le Moulin, Statue Of Liberty, Places Ive Been, Restoration

Sussex Windmills 16. Polegate, near Eastbourne, Mockett's, Ovenden's, Wannock or Willingdon Mill.

There were at the end of the century at least four mills on the river Wandle in Carshalton, making a whole variety of products from drugs to gunp Old London, West London, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, History Class, Family History, Derelict Places, Croydon, Places Of Interest

Ansells Snuff Mill, Carshalton

There were at the end of the 19th century at least four mills on the river Wandle in Carshalton, making a whole variety of products from drugs to gunpowder...