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Blackheath Collection

Background imageBlackheath Collection: View down Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London

View down Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London
A superb postcard view down Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London - the detial is incredible, with individual shops identifiable, the pavements as busy (as they ever are)

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Village

Blackheath Village
A view of Blackheath village from the south, looking towards the Station and Tranquil Vale

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath / Village 1911

Blackheath / Village 1911
Blackheath Village

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath / All Saints

Blackheath / All Saints
All Saints Church, Blackheath

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Tranquil Vale Blackheath

Tranquil Vale Blackheath
Tranquil Vale, Blackheath London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Spring-Heeled Jack winged monster

Spring-Heeled Jack winged monster
Winged man-monster who terrified residents of Blackheath and other London suburbs from 1837 for many years but was never caught Date: 1830s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Village

Blackheath Village London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath versus London Scottish Rugby match

Blackheath versus London Scottish Rugby match
A rugby match between Blackheath and London Scottish rugby clubs. The picture shows Harry Coverdale of Blackheath being collared at the end of a great run

Background imageBlackheath Collection: England V Wales Rugby

England V Wales Rugby
England defeat Wales at Blackheath by 17-0

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Greenwich Park, Greenwich, London

Greenwich Park, Greenwich, London
Greenwich Park, Greenwich, near Blackheath, County of London, England. Date: 1917

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Montpelier Vl / Blackheath

Montpelier Vl / Blackheath
Montpelier Vale, Blackheath London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Golf Clubs and Golfers - Royal Blackheath dinner

Golf Clubs and Golfers - Royal Blackheath dinner
Annual dinner of the Royal Blackheath Golf Club by Mel; the club was founded in 1608. Date: 1938

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Shooters Hill

Shooters Hill is named after the archery butts located here in the 16th century : later it was a favourite haunt of highwayman, attacking travelers bound for France

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Goffer

Blackheath Goffer
To the Society of Goffers (golfers) At Blackheath Mr William Innes, merchant, plays golf on the heath. A caddy holds his clubs

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Paddling on Blackheath

Paddling on Blackheath
Children roll up their trouser legs and go paddling in the ponds on Blackheath London

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Old Dover Rd Blackheath

Old Dover Rd Blackheath
Old Dover Road Blackheath London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Dartmouth Row Blackheath

Dartmouth Row Blackheath London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: England V Scotland 1901

England V Scotland 1901
Scotland defeat England at Blackheath by 18-3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: St Michaels Blackheath

St Michaels Blackheath
St Michaels church Blackheath Park London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: The Paragon Blackheath

The Paragon Blackheath. Designed by Michael Searles for John Cator, built between 1795 and 1806

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Cricket at Blackheath

Cricket at Blackheath
Kent host Surrey at the Rectory Field ground, Blackheath. Famous Surrey batsman Jack Hobbs is at the crease, and has been permitted to have a runner (seen at square leg)

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Shinty

Blackheath Shinty
Members of the Club of True Highlanders play shinty (here called shinnie) on the Heath, which is still the scene of much sporting activity at weekends

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Morden College

Morden College
Built by sir John Morden, a Turkey merchant, circa 1700, to house decayed merchants and still providing a home for people in unfortunate circumstances

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Montpelier Vl / Blackheath

Montpelier Vl / Blackheath
Montpelier Vale, Blackheath London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Fireworks

Blackheath Fireworks
The fall of Sebastopol is celebrated with dramatic fireworks and a large bonfire on Blackheath

Background imageBlackheath Collection: George Wilson / Pedestrian

George Wilson / Pedestrian
GEORGE WILSON The " Blackheath Pedestrian", born in Newcastle 24 June 1766. Long distance walker and walking match champion

Background imageBlackheath Collection: LFDCA-LFB Volvo dual purpose diesel pump ladder

LFDCA-LFB Volvo dual purpose diesel pump ladder
Pictured on Blackheath in SE London, the pump ladder from Greenwich fire station

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath / From Lee Park

Blackheath / From Lee Park
Blackheath Village, viewed from the top of Lee Park

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Park in Snow

Blackheath Park in Snow
A view of Blackheath Park after heavy snowfall

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath / Pages Hse

Blackheath / Pages Hse
The residence of Sir Gregory Page (the corner of Pond Road and Blackheath Park) in Blackheath

Background imageBlackheath Collection: P Maud

P Maud

Background imageBlackheath Collection: William Eldon Tucker, rugby player

William Eldon Tucker, rugby player
William Eldon Tucker (1872-1953), Bermuda-born rugby union player for Cambridge University, St Georges Hospital, Blackheath and England. He later qualified as a medical doctor. 1890s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: P Maud, rugby player for Blackheath and England

P Maud, rugby player for Blackheath and England
P Maud, rugby player for Blackheath (captain) who made one appearance for England. 1890s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: WW1 poster, 20th London Regiment

WW1 poster, 20th London Regiment
WW1 recruitment poster, 20th London Regiment (HQ Holly Hedge House, Blackheath), Praise for Territorials. Join your own local battalion at once. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath / H&b Pond 1904

Blackheath / H&b Pond 1904
Hare & Billet Pond, Blackheath

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Rugby Team

Blackheath Rugby Team: Latter, Carpmael, Stokes, Lohden, Spurling, Tarbutt, Dixon, Rigby, Finlinson, De Winton, Fegan, Maud, Thomson, Harris, Maturin, Cope, Cattell, Wilson. 1890s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Tranquil Vale, Blackheath Village, south-east London

Tranquil Vale, Blackheath Village, south-east London
View down Tranquil Vale, Blackheath Village, south-east London. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Hardy Road Blackheath

Hardy Road Blackheath
Hardy Road, Blackheath London SE3 Date: early 20th century

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath 1808

Blackheath 1808
A mother and child take a walk on a picturesque Blackheath, where a windmill, long since vanished, can be found. Date: 1808

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath St Johns Pk

Blackheath St Johns Pk
The entrance to St Johns Park, Blackheath London SE3

Background imageBlackheath Collection: W Percy Carpmael, Blackheath and Barbarians Rugby player

W Percy Carpmael, Blackheath and Barbarians Rugby player. 1890s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: F H Maturin, Blackheath Rugby Club player

F H Maturin, Blackheath Rugby Club player. 1890s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath Woodland Hse

Blackheath Woodland Hse
Woodland House, the seat of sir John Julius Angerstein : today it is a cultural resource where exhibitions are periodically held. Date: 1786

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Westcombe C18

Westcombe C18
West Coombe (now Westcombe) near Blackheath in southeast London. Date: 1794

Background imageBlackheath Collection: LCC- MFB Blackheath fire station

LCC- MFB Blackheath fire station
Blackheath fire station, located at Brigade Street, Tranquil Vale, SE3 (very near the Mary Evans Picture Library), with the escape ladder stored at the side

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath v Rosslyn Park rugby match

Blackheath v Rosslyn Park rugby match
A throw in at the first match of the Blackheath teams Jubilee year, against Rosslyn Park (in light and dark stripes), a north London team

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Beckenham Place

Beckenham Place, Blackheath, London, the seat of John Cator Esq. This mansion dates from the mid 1770s

Background imageBlackheath Collection: Blackheath / Montpelier Vl

Blackheath / Montpelier Vl
Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Date: 1913



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