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Shopping Fortnum and Mason in London, England-- this 300 year-old store (orginally a market) is worth a stroll for the gorgeous interior and beautifully packaged provisions. Fortnum & Mason will be a stop on a London visit. Moraira, Fortnum And Mason, England And Scotland, London Travel, Best Shopping In London, Shopping Street, Toscana, British Isles, Great Britain

Fortnum and Mason's best souvenirs from London

Shopping Fortnum and Mason in London, England-- this 300 year-old store (orginally a market) is worth a stroll for the gorgeous interior and beautifully packaged provisions.

Childrens-vintage-Tricycle-made-by-Triang my birthday present tho it had a black saddle 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Retro Toys, Vintage Toys, 1960s Toys, 1980s, Good Ole, My Memory, Old Toys

Childrens vintage Tricycle, made by Triang

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The "Queen of Time Riding in Her Ship of Commerce," an eleven foot high enamelled bronze figure by sculptur Gilbert William Bayes, decorates the main entrance of Selfridges department store on Oxford St. Art Nouveau Architecture, Architecture Details, Amazing Architecture, Bronze, Art Sculpture, Sistema Solar, Antique Clocks, Art Moderne, Art Deco Design

Rooftop Statues

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The Winter of 1962/63

That winter, the snow started on Boxing Day 1962 and the big freeze lasted until March 1963. Blizzards caused snowdrifts up to six metres deep, telephone lines were brought down and temperatures fell so low the sea froze over. Roads faced similar disruption in 1963, but former policeman Tom Taylor, 68, from Gloucester, said the biggest problem was not a lack of grit - but a relentless, blustering wind. "It was an unbelievable winter - I used to go out on the beat and on snow patrol in the…

 Exhibit at Portsmouth City Museum. Not everyone in post-war austerity Britain could afford to have the latest modern design interiors that emerged during this decade. 1950s Living Room, Living Rooms, Portsmouth City, Sala Vintage, Retro Vintage, Vintage Pram, Vintage Trends, Vintage Soul, 1940s Home

1950’s Britain – Part Two

THE HOME BEAUTIFUL – FIFTIES STYLE The shortage of housing and available workforce to build it, reached crisis point at the start of the 1950s. Prefab housing was one solution to the problem,…

Toys of Yesteryear Museum Replica Shops Head Under the Hammer. I remember trying to stay looking in the toy shop window on the way to school. Sadly my Mum had different ideas! 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Retro Toys, Vintage Toys, 1950s Toys, Under The Hammer, Corgi Toys, Toys Shop, My Memory

How toy shops used to look, the windows stuffed with every type of toy a child could wish for.

Close up of Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square, London during restoration, you don't often get to see this close up. London City, Old London, London Pubs, Great Britan, Nelson's Column, London England, England Uk, Beautiful London, Statues

Nelson's Column © Robert MacPherson cc-by-sa/2.0

Taken during a visit atop Nelson's Column during its restoration.

An Express Dairy milk float, Photo by Frederick James Wilfred, © Russell Wilfred / Museum of London London History, British History, Vintage London, Old London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London Street Photography, London Museums, London Photos

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Lyons Tea Shop Oxford Street 1953 - most high streets had one in the & Vintage London, Old London, East London, Vintage Shops, Vintage Tea, London History, British History, The Last Summer, Corner House

103-Lyons Tea Shop Oxford Street 1953

In the days before Starbucks, Costa and Nero, tea was the more common beverage and there were Lyons Tea Shops in most shopping districts up and down the country. The ER posters in the window indicate that this was 1953, the year of the coronation. For more information on the Joe Lyons food empire click here www.kzwp.com/lyons/cornerhouses.htm If coffee was your preferred drink, there was a small chain of Kardomah coffee houses (I remember one in Kingsway), but there don't seem to be any…