Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea starring David Hedison and Richard Basehart.

Lifts at Selfridge's, Oxford Street, Westminster, London, 1928

Lift [elevator] girls, Selfridges, London, Decades prior to the ample shopping my beloved late mother and I did there in the

Sicilian Avenue, London, bookstall,1920s

Sicilian Avenue, Londres, années my, i wish we had a bookstore like this!

Button shop, 1953, London

Two women examine buttons at Lock and Company, a shop in Piccadilly, London, in 1953 (Bert Hardy)

Rediffusion..the only TVs that played the radio even when they were turned off!

Rediffusion, we all rented Televisions. The controls were fixed to a wall and changing channels involved schlepping from comfy sofa to switch and back again. Oh the trauma!

Harry Selfridge at his Oxford Street site in London, 1931

Harry Selfridge at his Oxford Street site in London, 1931 Love this series on BBC

Woolworths sold loose biscuits from glass fronted 'bins'. There was always one which contained broken biscuits at a much cheaper price. These were the best in a child's opinion as you got some of everything!

Woolworths sold loose biscuits from glass fronted 'bins'. There was always one which contained broken biscuits at a much cheaper price.

February 1970..Green Shield Shop

I remember going to the Green Shield Stamp centre in Glasgow with my mum to redeem her books of stamps for whatever.

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