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London arms and seals
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London arms and seals
Steady the Drums and Fifes
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Steady the Drums and Fifes
Denis Compton at Hastings
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Denis Compton at Hastings
Denis Compton at Hastings Featured Image

Denis Compton at Hastings

Cricketer Denis Compton acknowledges the crowd at the Central Recreation Ground, Hastings. Playing for The South against Sir Pelham Warner's Eleven, Middlesex and England star batsman Compton brought his aggregate run total for the season to 3, 570, thus beating the long standing record of Tom Hayward, set in 1906. This was a fantastic summer for Compton, just a few days previously he had beaten Jack Hobbs record (set in 1925) of sixteen centuries in a season. Date: September 1947

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Wharncliffe Viaduct
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Wharncliffe Viaduct
Harrow-On-The-Hill
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Harrow-On-The-Hill
Hendon Fire Brigade (later part of Middlesex FB) Featured Image

Hendon Fire Brigade (later part of Middlesex FB)

In 1855 a fire brigade was established in Hendon, renamed the Hendon Volunteer Fire Brigade in 1866, and a manual fire engine was kept in a building near the church. Seen here is the Hendon Fire Brigade with its motorised pump escape and crew at the present Hendon fire station. It would later be absorbed into the existing Middlesex Fire Brigade

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Osterley Park, London
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Osterley Park, London
Hillingdon House, London
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Hillingdon House, London
Banstead Asylum, Surrey
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Banstead Asylum, Surrey
Street scene, Harrow School
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Street scene, Harrow School
Petticoat Lane, London - Birds eye view Featured Image

Petticoat Lane, London - Birds eye view

Birds eye view of stalls on Petticoat Lane, London. A street clothes market on Wentworth Street and Middlesex Street. Secondhand clothes and bric-a-brac had been sold in an area known as Peticote Lane since the early 17th century. An influx of immigrant Huguenots and later immigrants Jews developed the manufacturing in the area and maintained the traditions of trade. Despite a severe decline following WWII, a further influx of Asian immigrants in the 1970s once again restored the areas vitality. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Enfield / Middx / 1907
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Enfield / Middx / 1907

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