Helen Jones
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A poverty stricken East End family: c.1900

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Bloomin' luvverly: Peter takes Victorian life very seriously, even down to the waistcoat and flat cap

Bloomin luvverly: Peter takes Victorian life very seriously, even down to the waistcoat and flat cap - My Cottage Garden

An East London pet store in the 1890's with a wall of caged song-birds at Club Row.

An East London pet store in the with a wall of caged song-birds at Club Row. The Huguenots were known for loving caged birds. My dad did too.

At the entrance to the Oxford Arms  the Society for Photographing the Relics of Old London was set up to save the Oxford Arms, yet it failed in the endeavour, preserving only this photographic record.>> One of a collection of wonderful early photographs of the Capital.

Victorian London: The Oxford Arms Inn which stood in a short lane leading out of the west side of Warwick Lane, where this photograph was taken from. The Inn was demolished in

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.