A Piece Of History-Green Line Bus LLU 613 RT3254
Green Line Bus LLU 613 RT3254. One of the old Green Line double decker buses from pre 1963. That's when they ran on time. Now it's used for promotional and display purposes.
St Albans Bus Garage 1988
London Country North East buses outside St Albans Garage on 31st July 1988. The garage, buses and livery have now all gone. Vehicles include Leyland Atlantean AN131 and Leyland Nationals SNB321 and SNC143. New scan from negative, February 2012
Old Gorhambury House, St Albans.
The ruined Elizabethan mansion was built partly from bricks from the old Abbey buildings at St Albans, originally taken from the nearby ruins of Roman Verulanium. The house was once the residence of Sir Francis Bacon.
View of Baxendale Street
View of Baxendale Street, Tower Hamlets, looking east to Durant Street. Terrace houses can be seen on both sides, and a 'Garages to let' sign can be seen on the left. At the bottom of the road cars are parked and people are walking on the pavement. After the photograph was taken, a house was built on the site on the left hand side, where a fence can be seen.
Sixties: St Albans in a decade of change
Do you remember the days when summers were long, skirts were short and the BBC started Radio 1 just for you? A time long before home computers and mobile phones, yet when space travel seemed like it might be just around the corner? A time when you could play out on the streets without a care?