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1920s Collection

Step back in time to the roaring 1920s, a decade filled with innovation, glamour, and excitement

Background image1920s Collection: SUNNYBANK COLLIES, c1920. Four collies from the Sunnybank Kennel, including Champion Sigurdson

SUNNYBANK COLLIES, c1920. Four collies from the Sunnybank Kennel, including Champion Sigurdson (far right). Photograph, c1920

Background image1920s Collection: Austin Seven Britain

Austin Seven Britain

Background image1920s Collection: The Bentley Boys at Le Mans

The Bentley Boys at Le Mans
The Bentley Boys - Frank Clement, Joseph Dudley Benjafield, Sir Henry Tim Birkin, French racing driver Jean Chassagne and Woolf Barnato at Le Mans for the 24 hours Grand Prix D Endurance in their

Background image1920s Collection: Reproducing Roman pottery at Ashtead, Surrey. Roman ideas for modern households

Reproducing Roman pottery at Ashtead, Surrey. Roman ideas for modern households. A potter at work making reproductions. 28th August 1926

Background image1920s Collection: Master Robert ridden by Bob Trudgill and trained by Aubrey Hastings

Master Robert ridden by Bob Trudgill and trained by Aubrey Hastings, seen here crossing the finishing post to win the 1924 Grand National. 29th March 1924 Planman - - 17/05/2010

Background image1920s Collection: Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

Background image1920s Collection: Wishford Station, c. 1920s

Wishford Station, c. 1920s
A view of Wishford Station near Salisbury in Wiltshire, c.1920s, showing the second platform that was built in 1901 when the line doubled

Background image1920s Collection: The Tyne Bridge under construction. c. 1928

The Tyne Bridge under construction. c. 1928
The Tyne Bridge under construction. c.1928

Background image1920s Collection: Barry Island Beach, Wales, 1920s

Barry Island Beach, Wales, 1920s
View of Barry Island beach and Whitmore Bay, Glamorgan, south Wales in summer 1920s. Holidaymakers are enjoying the sunshine while having fun on the beach and lying in deckchairs

Background image1920s Collection: Finsbury Park Cinema BL26835

Finsbury Park Cinema BL26835
Finsbury Park Cinema, 269 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, Haringey, Greater London. The original cinema building at 269 Seven Sisters Road opened as Pykes Cinematograph in 1909

Background image1920s Collection: Red House Restaurant and Donald Healey's Garage, Boscawen Road, Perranporth, Perranzabuloe

Red House Restaurant and Donald Healey's Garage, Boscawen Road, Perranporth, Perranzabuloe, Cornwall. Around 1925
The Red House Restaurant and Donald Healey's Garage with a fully laden charabanc AF 3771 outside and three other vehicles including a small sports car and two motor bikes

Background image1920s Collection: Railway Queen Mabel Kitson on King George V at Swindon, 1928

Railway Queen Mabel Kitson on King George V at Swindon, 1928
Railway Queen Mabel Kitson, photographed on the running board of GWR locomotive King George V, at Swindon Works in 1928. Mabel became Railway Queen in 1927, aged 15

Background image1920s Collection: CHARLIE CHAPLIN (1889-1977). Charles Spencer Chaplin. English film actor and comedian

CHARLIE CHAPLIN (1889-1977). Charles Spencer Chaplin. English film actor and comedian. Photograph, early 20th century

Background image1920s Collection: Morgan Super Aero 3 wheeler

Morgan Super Aero 3 wheeler

Background image1920s Collection: Flying under the Eiffel Tower

Flying under the Eiffel Tower
Lieut. Collot, flying through the base arch of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France 1926

Background image1920s Collection: Ford Model T Roadster

Ford Model T Roadster

Background image1920s Collection: Nottingham Goose Fair 1927

Nottingham Goose Fair 1927

Background image1920s Collection: Windsor, August 1928

Windsor, August 1928
A GWR Publicity view of Windsor and the River Thames in Berkshire, August 1928. A boat of holidaymakers and people on day trips are travelling along the river

Background image1920s Collection: Picture No. 11981750

Picture No. 11981750
Red Deer stalking; two Scottish ghillies with the day's bag old postcard c1910. Date:

Background image1920s Collection: FRANCE: VICHY, c1920. Lithograph by Roger Broders, c1920

FRANCE: VICHY, c1920. Lithograph by Roger Broders, c1920

Background image1920s Collection: Bentley Blower, 1929, Green

Bentley Blower, 1929, Green
Bentley Blower 1929 Green

Background image1920s Collection: Bentley Blower 1929 Green

Bentley Blower 1929 Green

Background image1920s Collection: Silent Film Still: Drinking

Silent Film Still: Drinking

Background image1920s Collection: 1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover

1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover

Background image1920s Collection: 1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover

1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover

Background image1920s Collection: Plympton Station, Devon, c. 1920

Plympton Station, Devon, c. 1920
A view of Plympton Station, Devon, c.1920, showing a few passengers on the platforms and the station buildings. Plympton station opened in June 1848 as part of the South Devon Railway

Background image1920s Collection: No 7 Shop, Carriage Finishing Shop, 1924

No 7 Shop, Carriage Finishing Shop, 1924
Dozens of men can be seen here in the carriage finishing shop. It was here that parts of the carriages were finished off. Doors

Background image1920s Collection: Overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c. 1920s

Overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c. 1920s
An overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920s. The station opened with the name Newton in December 1846 by the South Devon Railway Company

Background image1920s Collection: NYC Financial District

NYC Financial District
New York, New York: January 16, 1924. Looking south down Broad St, in the heart of the financial district, with the New York Stock Exchange at the right

Background image1920s Collection: American Gangster Al Capone

American Gangster Al Capone
Chicago, Illinois: January 1, 1930. A portrait of American gangster, Al Capone

Background image1920s Collection: 1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Plate

1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Plate

Background image1920s Collection: 1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover

1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover

Background image1920s Collection: Collecting Milk Churns at Paddington Station, c. 1920s

Collecting Milk Churns at Paddington Station, c. 1920s
A view of railway workers collecting milk churns at Paddington Station, London, c.1920s. The goods workers are loading the milk from a dairy motor vehicle onto wooden goods wagons

Background image1920s Collection: Refreshments at Paddington Station, c. 1920

Refreshments at Paddington Station, c. 1920
A refreshment porter hands a first class passenger a luncheon basket through the window of a carriage while stationary at Paddington station, c.1920

Background image1920s Collection: Shadwell Fire Station crew and fire engines on display

Shadwell Fire Station crew and fire engines on display

Background image1920s Collection: Harley Davidson V-Twin JL Racer

Harley Davidson V-Twin JL Racer

Background image1920s Collection: Slough Station, c1920s

Slough Station, c1920s
An impressive view of the elegant station. A GWR Omnibus can be seen waiting to take departing passengers to various destinations

Background image1920s Collection: Swindon Town Station, c. 1920

Swindon Town Station, c. 1920
Swindon Town station was originally on the Midland and South Western Junction Railway and was situated in Swindons Old Town. This image shows the Wiltshire station in around 1920

Background image1920s Collection: Platform 3 at Paddington Station, 1926

Platform 3 at Paddington Station, 1926
This image shows holiday crowds boarding The Torbay Limited on Platform 3 of Paddington Station in 1926. The platform is full of frenzied passengers with luggage and station staff busy at work

Background image1920s Collection: Abingdon Station, Oxfordshire, c. 1920s

Abingdon Station, Oxfordshire, c. 1920s
A view of a Abingdon station in Oxfordshire, c.1920s showing a Radley auto train sitting at the platform. The station opened in June 1856 and had a timber train shed

Background image1920s Collection: The New Pramobile

The New Pramobile
London, England: c. 1930. The latest invention in transportation and baby care at the British Industries Exhibition is the new fangled Pramobile, with a speed of 1.5 mph. Its made by Dunckley

Background image1920s Collection: Tribune Tower

Tribune Tower, the 1920s Gothic skyscraper and home to the Chicago Tribune in downtown Chicago, and Hotel Intercontinental behind, Chicago, Illinois, USA, North America

Background image1920s Collection: WOMENs FASHION: 1920S. These three flappers of the 20s stylishly expose their

WOMENs FASHION: 1920S. These three flappers of the 20s stylishly expose their knees by rolling down their silk stockings

Background image1920s Collection: Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1929

Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1929
A general view of Platform 1 at Paddington Station, London in 1929, showing hoards of passengers, signage and porters

Background image1920s Collection: ENGLAND: COAL MINERS. Coal miners at the Tilmanstone mine in Kent, England, early

ENGLAND: COAL MINERS. Coal miners at the Tilmanstone mine in Kent, England, early 20th century

Background image1920s Collection: Westbourne Park Station, London, c. 1920

Westbourne Park Station, London, c. 1920
A view of the facade of Westbourne Park station in London, c.1920. This station was built in 1871 and replaced an original timber structure

Background image1920s Collection: The new Catholic Church of St Mary s, Lowe House, St Helens

The new Catholic Church of St Mary s, Lowe House, St Helens, which is to be consecrated by Archbishop Downey on the 27th October

Background image1920s Collection: The new motor lifeboat Robert and Marcella Beck in Plymouth before its naming ceremony in

The new motor lifeboat Robert and Marcella Beck in Plymouth before its naming ceremony in Plymouth, Devon. 3rd July 1927



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Step back in time to the roaring 1920s, a decade filled with innovation, glamour, and excitement. In Britain, the iconic Austin Seven took to the streets, revolutionizing transportation for the masses. Meanwhile, across the pond in America, comedy legend Charlie Chaplin captivated audiences with his timeless performances. The summer of 1928 brought regal elegance as Windsor hosted a grand event that showcased its majestic charm. Nottingham Goose Fair of 1927 was a spectacle like no other - an enchanting carnival atmosphere that delighted both young and old alike. For those seeking sun-soaked adventures by the sea, Barry Island Beach in Wales beckoned visitors with its sandy shores and refreshing waves throughout the 1920s. And what better way to cruise along these coastal roads than in a Ford Model T Roadster or perhaps even a Morgan Super Aero three-wheeler? Le Mans became synonymous with speed and luxury thanks to The Bentley Boys who dominated this prestigious race during this era. Their sleek machines roared down racetracks leaving spectators awe-struck. But it wasn't just on land where daring feats were accomplished; daredevils soared through the skies under Paris' iconic Eiffel Tower - defying gravity and capturing hearts along their breathtaking journey. In Swindon of 1928, Railway Queen Mabel Kitson graced King George V's presence atop his magnificent steed - symbolizing power and grace intertwined within this remarkable moment frozen in time. And let us not forget about style. The Bentley Blower of 1929 painted green exuded sophistication while turning heads wherever it went. Fashion also played its part as La Vie Parisienne Magazine Cover from France epitomized elegance through captivating illustrations showcasing trends of that glamorous era. They were truly an extraordinary period marked by progressiveness and cultural shifts worldwide.