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Earls Court, c 1895

A view of the 310 feet high Great Wheel in the entertainment grounds of the Earl's Court Exhibition Hall. It was built in 1887 and was a feature of this site until


1950 London Life: An entertainer escapes from a bound sack in Charing Cross Road.

Selfridges, Oxford Street, seen from Balderton Street. 1937

Selfridges, Oxford Street, decked out for the Coronation of King George VI in 1937 as seen from Balderton Street.

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Funny pictures about Victorian photo booth. Oh, and cool pics about Victorian photo booth. Also, Victorian photo booth photos.

Goose fair as it was in the Market Square Nottingham

Goose fair as it was in the Market Square Nottingham.first held in the Goose Fair has over 700 yrs of history behind it.

“Street Carnival”, William G. Barckhan via the Wisconsin Historical Society, Circus and Rodeo, Photographs Collection.

John Cook he had a  little grey mare  Nursery Rhyme Lyrics, Origins and History  The words and lyrics of the nursery rhyme 'John Cook he had a little grey mare' bears no historical reference to a person called John Cook. The rhyme does, however, make reference to Shooter's Hill, a suburb of London located at Blackheath on the the highest point in south London at 432ft. Shooter's Hill takes its name from the practice of archery there during the Middle Ages when it was obligatory for every…

John Cook he had a little grey mare nursery rhyme lyrics, origins and history

An old woman evicted from her Croydon home with all her possessions, 1913. Behind her a hoarding advertises plots in a nearby housing estate...

An old woman evicted from her home takes stock of her possessions The hoarding was put up to keep her out of her house in Croydon South London

Knightsbridge, London, looking East towards Hyde Park Corner, c1902.

One of the earliest known colour films in existence shows horse-drawn carriages near Hyde Park Corner, in London in The footage was painstakingly restored by archivists at National Media Museum in the Bradford