Diana Dors/London Nostalgia

David Putnam claimed that British cinema in the 1960s was made more mediocre by the overuse of the red London bus as background. I beg to differ. Michael Caine has yet to comment.
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BRASSO LIQUID POLISH VINTAGE 1930s PRE WAR ADVERT HOUSE KITCHEN WALL METAL SIGN

"London's first woman bus conductor Mrs G. Duncan, employed by Thomas Tilling in 1915, poses in front of one of the company's buses." This was during WW1, I can guarantee she lost her job when the men returned from war;which happened in WW1 and WW11. Biddy Craft

"London's first woman bus conductor Mrs G. Duncan, employed by Thomas Tilling in poses in front of one of the company's buses." This was during I can guarantee she lost her job when the men returned from war;which happened in and Biddy Craft

Si de rojo se trata, no olvidemos estas singulares cabinas

Old red telephone box ~ They used to be all across the UK. Some of these original phone boxes still exist, in parts of London, and pretty Devon villages.

Piccadilly Circus, London, 1961 found photo street style vintage fashion early 60s shift dress pink blue day summer casual women

Piccadilly Circus, London, 1961 found photo street style vintage fashion early shift dress pink blue day summer casual women

Tottenham Court Road - 1963 The new shield-shaped road sign, costing 300 which hangs at St. Giles Circus at the junction with Tottenham Court Road, London.

The new shield-shaped road sign, costing 300 which hangs at St. Giles Circus at the junction with Tottenham Court Road, London. It was unveiled by the Mayor of Holborn, Councillor Harold Bright.

Flamingo Club, London, 1964. Photographer: Jeremy Fletcher

Ben Sherman: 50 years of style culture - in pictures

1929 No Wet No Cold. A dark but interesting poster by Frederick Schneider Manner #London #Underground #Transit #Posters #Design #vintage #Retro

100 London Underground Posters

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