Amazing Uses For Old Pallets - 13 Pics

Amazing Uses For Old Pallets - 13 Pics. I would definitely change the colors on this!

LMAO THE BURN

LMAO THE BURN

Pictured in 1866 is the junction of Steep Steet and Trenchard Street in Bristol

Incredible photos reveal what life was like in the 19th century

More than black and white British photos are published for the first time together. They show people dealing with flooding, factory word and the war effort.

Secret steps and lost lanes of Whitby brought to life (From Gazette & Herald) - Arguments Yard in Whitby in the 19th Century

c 1890 Arguments Yard Whitby North Yorkshire by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe. There are more yards to be seen in the book "Whitby yards through time" by Alan Whitworth.

Put old pics of bride and groom on the bathroom door at the wedding!

Funny Idea: Place old pictures of the bride and groom on the door of the bathrooms. It’ll give the guests something to laugh about. I would use old pictures of us in the bathroom haha

Westminster Bridge, c. 1910. The third bridge, built over the Thames after London and Putney Bridges, in 1739-1750. The current bridge by Thomas Page of 1862 is painted green to match the leather seats in the House of Commons.

Westminster Bridge, c. The third bridge, built over the Thames after London and Putney Bridges, in The current bridge by Thomas Page of 1862 is painted green to match the leather seats in the House of Commons. The Bridges of Old London

The London Stone in Cannon Street is the oldest piece of London. It was moved in the 1700s from the south side of the street to the north side and built into the wall of the former Church of Saint Swithun before the church was bombed in WW2, yet the stone was left unharmed. The name “London Stone” was first recorded in historical documents around 1100. - Click on pin for full history.

The "London Stone" situated at 111 Cannon Street is the oldest piece of London. It was first recorded in historical documents around

10 Hyde Park Place, smallest house in London c 1905

In the middle was the smallest house in London, 10 Hyde Park Place. It was hit by a bomb in during World War

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