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Shooters Hill Welling Kent England in 1939 Antique Pictures, Historical Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, Local History, Family History, London Bus, Old London

Shooter’s Hill, Welling, Kent c.1939 View of Shooters Hill looking towards Greenwich. The water tower can clearly be seen at the top of the hill. On the right is the We Anchor in Hope Public House. On the left (out of sight) is the Falconwood Estate built by Ideal Homes in the 1930s

Shooters Hill Welling Kent England in 1939 Antique Pictures, Historical Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, Local History, Family History, London Bus, Old London

Shooter’s Hill, Welling, Kent c.1939 View of Shooters Hill looking towards Greenwich. The water tower can clearly be seen at the top of the hill. On the right is the We Anchor in Hope Public House. On the left (out of sight) is the Falconwood Estate built by Ideal Homes in the 1930s

Old Deptford History explores the hidden secrets of this district of south east London located on the south bank of the River Thames. London Kids, Old London, South London, New South, Wire Fox Terrier, Fox Terriers, Gone Days, London History, Snowy Day

OLD DEPTFORD HISTORY

Old Deptford History explores the hidden secrets of this district of south east London located on the south bank of the River Thames.

 Where Dad went for a turkish bath. We didn't have a bathroom so this was a big treat.It is where Anthony Sargeant went for swimming lessons when he went to Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School Victorian Buildings, Old Buildings, South London, Old London, Domesday Book, Council Estate, State School, London History, Roof Light

The History and Future of Laurie Grove Baths

The recent Goldsmiths graduate art show provided a rare opportunity for the public to explore the grandeur of Laurie Grove Baths in New Cross. As stated in a recent planning application (of which more later)'The swimming baths, slipper baths and laundries were designed in 1895-98 by Thomas Dinwiddy, a local architect and commissioned by the Vestry Board of St Paul’s Deptford (the precursor to the Borough of Deptford) under the Public Baths and Wash-Houses Act 1846 following the rapid…

Admiral Napier, corner of Amersham Vale and Douglas Street, Deptford London Pubs, London Street, Vintage London, Old London, Old Pub, London Photography, Vintage Photography, London History, London Pictures

Admiral Napier Deptford, London SE8

The Admiral Napier stood at 48 Amersham Vale, on the junction with Douglas Way. Now long gone, I think it must have been pulled down in the early/mid 1970's as I remember there was a gypsy where it once stood.