Trams on the Old Kent Road (near New Cross, SE London) after WW2

Trams on the Old Kent Road (near New Cross, SE London) after

East London Line "Q" stock train at New Cross Gate in 1971. This train was at least 32 years old at the time this photo was taken. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

East London Line "Q" stock train at New Cross Gate in This train was at least 32 years old at the time this photo was taken.

172 bus New Cross Gate 1951.

№ 38 Tram, and bus, New Cross Gate, 1951

Knife grinder Tommy Watson aged 90 at work with his grinding machine at New Cross, South London, 19/7/1963.

Knife grinder Tommy Watson aged 90 at work with his grinding machine at New Cross, South London.

Marquis of Granby, 322 New Cross Road - circa 1910

Marquis of Granby, 322 New Cross Road, circa 1910

New Cross Road, 1951

New Cross Road London Trams, - Retronaut

The Hobgoblin Pub - New Cross, London . . . Been there, done that

The Hobgoblin Pub - New Cross, London

NEW CROSS TUBE STATION | NEW CROSS | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: East London Line; Abandoned: 22 December 2007* Photo: [1971], via Flickr

Nearest car is The destination plate reads (incorrectly) 'New + Gate' Note the Southern Railway concrete lamp posts and the BR yellow lorry on the right.

Transpontine: New Cross Road c.1970

A remarkable picture of New Cross Road in around 1970 by Tony Sullivan.

Laurie Grove Baths New Cross . Where Dad went for a turkish bath. We didn't have a bathroom so this was a big treat.

Laurie Grove Baths New Cross . In 1955 we went here for swimming lessons from Haberdashers' Aske's Boys

The New Cross Kinema, New Cross Road, opened in 1925. There was a cinema on the ground floor and a dance hall above. It retained its Kinema ...

The New Cross Kinema, New Cross Road, opened in There was a cinema on the ground floor and a dance hall above. It retained its Kinema .I remember it when Top Rank had a shop in the corner part. My later to be uncle used to work there

"This shot shows New Cross Road looking up to bottom of Lewisham Way - building on left is Marquis of Granby pub." Transpontine: Lewisham '77 photos by Chris Schwarz

"This shot shows New Cross Road looking up to bottom of Lewisham Way - building on left is Marquis of Granby pub." Transpontine: Lewisham photos by Chris Schwarz

"This shot shows New Cross Road looking up to bottom of Lewisham Way - building on left is Marquis of Granby pub." Transpontine: Lewisham '77 photos by Chris Schwarz

"This shot shows New Cross Road looking up to bottom of Lewisham Way - building on left is Marquis of Granby pub." Transpontine: Lewisham photos by Chris Schwarz

Aftermath of the V2 bombing of Woolworth's at New Cross in November 1944 #WW2

May 18 is the anniversary of the Bath school disaster, the deadliest school massacre in the nation's history.

woolworth bombing new cross road - On Saturday 25th November 1944 at 12.26 pm [only 2 weeks since the first V2 rocket hit London] at a busy shopping parade in New Cross a V2 rocket hit without warning destroying most of the parade [including the Woolworths and Co Op stores, now Iceland and New Cross Library] in the massive explosion 168 people lost their lives [24 were never identified] and 122 were injured. The worst V2 bombing of WW2

woolworth bombing new cross road - On Saturday 25th November 1944 at 12.26 pm [only 2 weeks since the first V2 rocket hit London] at a busy shopping parade in New Cross a V2 rocket hit without warning destroying most of the parade [including the Woolworths and Co Op stores, now Iceland and New Cross Library] in the massive explosion 168 people lost their lives [24 were never identified] and 122 were injured. The worst V2 bombing of WW2

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New Cross Fire Station, New Cross, Lewisham, c.

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