Five adjacent pubs in Portsmouth, Hampshire
Portsmouth was a town of many wonders in 1911. One of them was the possession of five fully licensed houses standing next to each other. They faced the Harbour so that the hardy sailor did not have far to look for refreshment on landing. From left to right: the Queen's Head, The Old London, The King & Queen, The Ship Anson, and the Victoria & Albert.
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Jubilee in St James's Park, London
Jubilee event to celebrate peace, held in St James's Park, London, showing the Chinese Bridge, Pagoda and refreshment tents with the flags of various nations. Mr Sadler ascended in a balloon as part of the celebrations (top right).
1 August 1814
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Two young boys sit on a front doorstep, drinking from bottles
A colour image of two young boys sitting on the front doorstep of an inner city terrace house. The paint is peeling off the cement steps; the wall and door behind them look old and poorly maintained. The boys are dressed in casual clothing; one boy is barefoot. Both are sucking on plastic bottles of soft drink as they look directly into the camera. This image was shot while filming 'Why Can't They Be Like We Were?' 1976
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