One of my scissors from thefrenchneedle.com
Bay windows, St Stephen Street, Bristol: archidave These buildings appear to be Tudor.
'Street Life in London', 1877, by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith: “Strawberries. All ripe! All ripe!”
Bodmin Jail, which was built as the County Prison in 1778 and was notorious for its cramped conditions and public hangings, is now a fascinating museum
Wych Street itself, St. Clement Danes Church in the background. by LOUISE RAYNER
Edwardian. Bristol, England.
Tramway Centre Bristol.
Bristol Temple Meads Station, 31 Aug 1840 At the time it was opened, Bristol Temple Meads - the western terminus of the Great Western Railway - was the largest single-span building ever constructed.
1930s.. Back yard of a tenement houses at 37 Railway Street Dublin. (In the Monto)
Red Maids School, Denmark Street, Bristol
Wills' cigarette factory! Granny Carp used to work here!
Sylvia Pankhurst original East London Federation of Suffragettes headquarters on Bow Road
Clifton Down Station Bristol.
1932 Co-op store, 278, Gloucester Road, Bristol | by brizzle born and bred
Wych Street in 1870 before demolition in 1901. It ran from the western end of St…