Stoke Newington Church Street, 1953
Description: Front elevations of 111-113 Stoke Newington Church Street including advertising for Walker Bros Fountain Pen Specialists and Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pen. Date of Execution: 1953 Medium: photograph Collection: LCC Photograph Collection Ref No: SC/PHL/01/409/89/79 For more photographs of Stoke Newington, visit our our image library.
Holloway Road, Nag's Head junction with Marlborough Theatre and Holloway Arcade C1950
A similar shot to some other pictures in this set, but with a clearer view of the arcade, which replaced the Parkhurst Theatre - see next picture in this set. N.B This picture is part of a set looking at the Holloway Road, from Archway to Highbury Corner. To see a disappeared world of horse trams, electric trams, trolleybuses, cinemas, theatres, fashions and architecture, click this link.... www.flickr.com/photos/warsaw1948/sets/72157626135089492/
Archway Road & Highgate Hill, C1890
The first picture in this set shows the Archway Tavern, with Highgate Hill to its left and Archway Road to the right. This is the turn of the century, before electrification, with 4 or 5 horse drawn trams making up the majority of road traffic. The tram depot, with stables, was located in the Holloway Road at Elthorne Road - an original entrance, still with cobbles and tracks can be seen later on in this album. N.B This picture is part of a set looking at the Holloway Road, from Archway to…
Finsbury Park, Seven Sisters Road & St Thomas's Road looking east C1930's
A Feltham tram on route 21, bound for Holborn approaches the cameraman, who is standing just under the railway bridge. N.B If you're viewing this picture in photostream, you may miss many of the items in the Finsbury Park album. To see the photos in sequence, showing the area in the 20th century, click the following link www.flickr.com/photos/warsaw1948/sets/72157626005913574/