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J Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection

British Council photographs from 1920s and 1930s

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Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164

Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164
EDINBURGH CASTLE, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. Edinburgh Castle viewed from the Grassmarket

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Anchored on the Medway DIX02_01_189

Anchored on the Medway DIX02_01_189
Sailing vessels including a tall ship at anchor on the River Medway below Rochester Bridge, Kent. Photographed by J Dixon Scott between 1925 and 1935

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Mow Cop Castle DIX02_01_177

Mow Cop Castle DIX02_01_177
MOW COP CASTLE, MOW COP, ODD RODE, CHESHIRE EAST. Mow Cop Castle viewed from the north west, 1920-1935. The castle was built as a folly by Randle Wilbraham in 1754

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Little Comberton DIX02_01_258

Little Comberton DIX02_01_258
Manor Lane, Little Comberton, Wychavon, Worcestershire. View looking north along Manor Lane with Belles Cottage in the left foreground

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Savernake flock DIX02_01_241

Savernake flock DIX02_01_241
Savernake Forest, Savernake, Wiltshire. A flock of sheep being driven through Savernake Forest

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Lavenham DIX02_01_252

Lavenham DIX02_01_252
Lady Street, Lavenham, Lavenham, Babergh, Suffolk. A horse and cart at the junction of Lady Street and Water Street with The old Wool Hall (on the left) and Tudor shops (on the right)

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Thatching DIX02_01_224

Thatching DIX02_01_224
Bay Tree Cottage, Church Street, Great Comberton, Wychavon, Worcestershire. A thatcher at work

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Dunster DIX02_01_185

Dunster DIX02_01_185
Yarn Market, High Street, Dunster, West Somerset. A view looking north along Dunster High Street towards the Yarn Market with Conygar Tower on the hillside in the distance

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Chalfont St Giles DIX02_01_183

Chalfont St Giles DIX02_01_183
The Green, Chalfont St. Giles, Chiltern, Buckinghamshire. A view looking across the village pond towards buildings on The Green and St Giless Church

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Hedgelaying DIX02_01_100

Hedgelaying DIX02_01_100
Harborough, Leicestershire. Hedgelaying near Kilworth, 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Porlock Weir DIX02_01_092

Porlock Weir DIX02_01_092
Porlock Weir, Porlock, West Somerset. The view looking south east along what is now the B3225 at Porlock Weir with Gibraltar Cottages to the left and The Old Reading Rooms to the right

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Bootham Bar DIX02_01_074

Bootham Bar DIX02_01_074
BOOTHAM BAR, YORK. Bootham Bar and York Minster viewed from the City Art Gallery, Exhibition Square with the gateway of St Marys Abbey in the foreground. Photographed in the 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Patcham Court Farm DIX02_01_060

Patcham Court Farm DIX02_01_060
Patcham Court Farm, Vale Avenue, Patcham, Brighton and Hove. The farmyard in the 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Derwent Water and Skiddaw DIX02_01_061

Derwent Water and Skiddaw DIX02_01_061
Ashness Bridge, Borrowdale, Allerdale, Cumbria. The view towards Derwent Water and Skiddaw from Ashness Bridge, 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Lincoln High Street DIX02_01_028

Lincoln High Street DIX02_01_028
HIGH STREET, LINCOLN. An elevated view from High Bridge looking down onto High Street towards Stonbow with the tower of St Peter at Arches Church beyond and Lincoln Cathedral in the distance

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Chagford DIX02_01_033

Chagford DIX02_01_033
Lower Street, Chagford, Chagford, West Devon. The view looking north west along Lower Street with Bishops House in the right foreground, 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Winnats Pass DIX02_01_029

Winnats Pass DIX02_01_029
WINNATS PASS, CASTLETON, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE. A couple standing at the head of Winnats Pass. In the early 1930s Winnats Pass was the site of a rally, attended by 10, 000 people

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Flatford Bridge DIX02_01_026

Flatford Bridge DIX02_01_026
Flatford Bridge, Flatford Mill, East Bergholt, Babergh, Suffolk. Flatford Bridge and Bridge Cottage viewed from the south bank of the River Stour in the 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Ploughing DIX02_01_081

Ploughing DIX02_01_081
Horse-team ploughing under the shadow of the Dyke, 1930s. The dyke may be the Devils Dyke near Brighton, or Offas Dyke on the Welsh/English borders

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Basket weaving DIX02_01_052

Basket weaving DIX02_01_052
Kings Sedge Moor, High Ham, South Somerset. Basket weavers at work in a small factory on Kings Sedge Moor. The caption on the reverse of the print states

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Hayricks DIX02_01_010

Hayricks DIX02_01_010
Ashridge Farm, Green End Road, Radnage, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Hayricks at Ashridge Farm. Photographed in the 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Mending lobster pots DIX02_01_022

Mending lobster pots DIX02_01_022
SEATON GARTH, STAITHES, HINDERWELL, SCARBOROUGH, NORTH YORKSHIRE. A man mending lobster pots on the beach beside Seaton Garth at Staithes with Cowbar Nab in the background. Photographed in the 1930s

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Sailing vessels moored at Rochester DIX02_01_188

Sailing vessels moored at Rochester DIX02_01_188
Sailing vessels moored beside timber warehouses at Rochester, Medway, Kent. Photographed by J Dixon Scott between 1925 and 1935

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Brixham fishing fleet DIX02_01_254

Brixham fishing fleet DIX02_01_254
Brixham, Torbay, Devon. The fishing fleet in Brixham Outer Harbour with houses on North Furzeham Road on the cliff-top in the distance. Photographed by J Dixon Scott between 1925 and 1935

Background imageJ Dixon-Scott Collection (1920s-1930s) Collection: Mending nets at Hastings DIX02_01_256

Mending nets at Hastings DIX02_01_256
Fishermen mending nets on the beach at Hastings, East Sussex. Photographed by J Dixon Scott between 1925 and 1939


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