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Stay At Home Holidays: Entertainment And Relaxation In Wartime London, 1943: Peggy Franks pours tea for her friend Pinkie Barnes as they enjoy tea in the sunshine in the garden as part of their 'holiday at home'. Both are wearing swimsuits. A medicine ball can be seen on the grass beside the table, August 1943. (Photo by Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer/ IWM via Getty Images)

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Queue for the exhibition 'Treasures of Tutankhamun', 1972, at the British Museum.

Tutankhamun exhibition

Pratts, in Streatham. Built in 1867, it eventually became part of the John Lewis group and closed in 1990.

In Pictures: London’s Lost Department Stores

Moody and Atmospheric Picture of Liverpool St Station in 1959- The Great London Smog

Three military nurses march in a victory parade in London celebrating the end of WWI.

Waterloo Station 1964

Selhurst Park circa 1968

Interior of Crystal Palace, London, 1851

Style & glamour from the Continent, courtesy of the charming Coty girl at Selfridges legendary Beauty Hall

Britannia made an appearance atop Selfridges for the Silver Jubilee of George V in 1935.

Women load packages with the aid of an attendant from Whiteley’s department store in London. c.1931

George Rodger - G.B. ENGLAND. London. Afro-Caribbean immigrants arrive at Waterloo station. 1964.

1941- 18-year-old Air Raid Wardens' messengers in London get ready for action with their fire prevention trailer which they devised for use with their bicycles.

Oxford Street HMV and delivery van, 1950s

Procession in celebration of the crowning of Queen Elizabeth, 2nd 1953

Evan Cook's Depositories, an established removals and storage company based in Peckham, South East London. c1920.

Chelsea fans are frisked and their boots checked for steel toe caps by a copper before the Chelsea v Arsenal league game at Stamford Bridge. 27th May 1969 - The History Of Forest Hill Station 1949 - The History Of Forest Hill Station

Cold Blow Lane Turnstiles

Back to Back Promotions 1964-1966

Campaigning to save Oxleas Wood inthe 1980s

What are Living Landscapes? | The Wildlife Trusts