Leftover Londoner

Leftover Londoner

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Leftover London — I’ve always liked this sign for the Middlesex...

Leftover London — I’ve always liked this sign for the Middlesex.

Leftover London — I’ve always liked this sign for the Middlesex...

Leftover London — I’ve always liked this sign for the Middlesex.

Leftover London — Out of time, 31 years on

Out of time, 31 years on George Benford & O'Shea, horological sundriesmen (ie. suppliers of parts to the watch and clock trade), closed their shop at 68 Dean Street for the last time in

Leftover London — Middle Earth in Wardour Street

Middle Earth in Wardour Street The practice of putting new shop signs on top of old is great because it means the original sign is preserved, often under several layers of identity change.

Leftover London — signposter:   England, 2010   Not every shop sign...

Leftover London — signposter: England, 2010 Not every shop sign.

Leftover London — Old posters in disused passageway at Notting Hill...

Old posters in disused passageway at Notting Hill Gate tube station, London, 2010

Leftover London — 48 years of misleading Londoners (hooray)

Leftover London — 48 years of misleading Londoners (hooray)

Leftover London — 48 years of misleading Londoners (hooray)

Leftover London — 48 years of misleading Londoners (hooray)

Leftover London — The resurrection of G Bailey & Sons

Leftover London — The resurrection of G Bailey & Sons

modernism-in-metroland: “Odeon Woolwich by George Coles. Grade II listed cinema in Woolwich, South London designed by George Coles in a streamline moderne style. The exterior of the building was outlined in neon lighting which was said to be.