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England Once Upon A Time

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"black love...is a beautiful thing"

It is a beautiful thing to see 2 people, heterosexual or homosexual, of the African Diaspora in love, and this Tumblr celebrates that union in all facets of life. Note: The images are not that of the owner, unless specified. Just inspirational photos found on the worldwide web. If you have a photo of you and your black love together as a couple, you are more than welcome to submit it for posting, as long it is not graphic or overtly pornographic.

Prospect of Whitby pub Wapping London. Used to drink here with friends on Great atmosphere. Travelled by car from Stanmore Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, East London, British Pub, British History, Tudor History, London Pubs, London City

In Pictures: Parts Of London Lost To History

A fascinating look at the city of yesteryear.

Two barmaids at a pub in London, circa (Photo by Slim Aarons/Getty Images)Image provided by Getty Images. Vintage London, Old London, East London, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Prints, Nostalgia, Slim Aarons

Two barmaids at a pub in London, 1949

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View the picture 'Street Cricket' from the photo gallery 'Vintage Street Cricket' on Yahoo Cricket India. August Children playing cricket in a street in Millwall, east London. A liner on the Thames is in the background. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images) Vintage London, Old London, East London, Blitz London, London Life, London History, British History, Uk History, Asian History

Dockland Cricket

This interesting picture appeared in London - Work & Play, published by Batsford in 1950 and is credited to Fox Photo's. It shows children playing cricket in Alpha Road, Millwall, using improvised packing cases and bits of wood while the grown-ups look on. I love the sheer incongruity of seeing ships looming above terraced houses, once a common enough sight in Liverpool, Glasgow and elsewhere. Alpha Road was apparently renamed Alpha Grove at some point, and still exists, although everything…

The Kingsway Tram Tunnel and station, Holborn, London, England, October 2009 London Pictures, London Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Victorian London, Vintage London, Victorian Era, Old London

The Kingsway Tram Tunnel and station, Holborn, London, England, October 2009

Kingsway Tram Tunnel, Holborn, London

One of my biggest disappointments as a young child, that the Piccadilly circus was not a circus. Piccadilly Circus, London, S Barratts Vintage London, Old London, London Bus, London City, Piccadilly Circus, Photos Du, Old Photos, 1920s Photos, Cities

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A policeman at Buckingham Palace holds the gate open so that a duck and her ducklings, from nearby St. James's Park, can leave the palace forecourt. (Photo by Douglas Miller/Keystone/Getty Images). May 1964 Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Ask The Dust, St James' Park, Tier Fotos, Old London, Vintage London, Jolie Photo, Buckingham Palace

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Women code-breakers who operated the world's first electronic computer during WWII at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire .The Bletchley Park codebreaking operation was made up of nearly people (about of this number was women). Alan Turing, Rare Pictures, Rare Photos, Vintage Photos, Great Women, Amazing Women, Brave, Bletchley Park, Thing 1

WW2 codebreakers - the final secret

Rare photo emerges of female codebreakers who worked in secret using world's first electronic computer to crack Hitler's messages during World War Two

The first Norwegian Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, London, Every year since Norway has sent a tree in thanks for the UK's support for the country during London History, British History, World History, Uk History, History Class, Vintage London, Old London, Norwegian Christmas, London

O Christmas Tree

Time for something lighter! It's Christmastime... and also my birthday, today. :) So how about getting into the spirit by getting a tree? Or a few? Robert W. Kelley, LIFE © Time Inc. Bringing home Christmas trees on sleds, Columbia Falls, Montana, USA, 1961. Source Nationaal Archief Careful!! Amsterdam, 1963. Source Nationaal Archief Kids and Christmas tree in a stroller, Amsterdam, 1964. Source Library of Congress \ Christmas tree market, NYC, c.1910. Source Paul Schutzer, LIFE © Time Inc…

A radical literature bookshop on Charing Cross Road which sells pamphlets about Soviet Russia. Photograph by Hans Wild. Vintage London, Old London, Catherine The Great, London History, Oxford Street, Layout, London Life, Street Photography, White Photography

352-Charing Cross Road - Collets Russian bookshop, 1940's

According to a research item on radical bookshops, there were 3 Collets bookshops in this part of Charing Cross Road at numbers 64, 66 and 59, which sold Penguin books - this picture is probably of either 64 or 66, although corrections are welcome. (There was also a shop at the top of Charing Cross Road, near Oxford Street that opened in the late 1970's, but burned down in the 1980's, allegedly in suspicious circumstances) As can be seen, the shop is hosting a Russian "season" and the poster…