Natural History Museum, London

Columns in the Natural History Museum of London. It was built from by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.

helping grandmother with the wringer washer.

I remember helping my grandmother with the wringer washer. We always helped out on wash day when we could, even if we sometimes accidentally made the clean things dirty.

Kitchen Sink Baby: c. 1953- this is where all babies had their baths...

Kitchen Sink Baby: c. this is where all babies had their baths.I remember my Grandma's house had 1 big sink like this. She had 2 dish tubs sitting in it - 1 with soap water & 1 with clean water - for doing dishes.

Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris

Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris Not everyone is a fan of cemeteries. But this is one of the most beautiful cemeteries I have ever seen. Get a map nearby. amazing photographs to be taken; It's one of my favorite spots.

School milk in those little 1/3 pint bottles.

Warm school milk in little bottles - the teachers would send two of you to go collect a crate for each class before morning play time

Threepenny bits.

Pre-decimal coins - 'threp'penny pieces' I used to get 1 of these to spend at my local shop before school, hated 1971 when it went decimal - didn't seem to get as many sweets!

Rag Bone Man, E13 (1961) - “Down my street in Plaistow, there were not many cars about – all you could hear was the clip-clop of the horse on the wet road.”

Rag & Bone Man, London - “Down my street in Plaistow, there were not many cars about – all you could hear was the clip-clop of the horse on the wet road.

The Bryant & May Match Factory, Bow, East London was set up by William Bryant and Francis May in 1861.

The Bryant & May Match Factory, Bow, East London was set up by William Bryant and Francis May in Scene of the famous matchgirls' strike of

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