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Berlin Zoo during World War II, This Shoebill was temporarily housed in his nurse’s bathroom during the final stages of the conflict. Old Pictures, Old Photos, 1940s Photos, Shoebill Stork, Arte Obscura, Bizarre, Zoo Animals, Cutest Animals, Wild Animals

'Berlin Zoo' during World War Two, 1945. This Shoebird was was temporarily housed at his nurse's bathroom during the final stages of the conflict.

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Artist Linley Sambourne took to the streets of Kensington, London to take this photo in 1908 Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Girls, Vintage Children, Vintage Outfits, Victorian London, Victorian Era, Victorian Women

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“Artist Linley Sambourne took to the streets of London to take this photo in 1908 http://t.co/tlx4SEaUwK #history”

, Nov Two-Minute Silence, Armistice Day, London World War I formally ended on November 1918 - the famous “eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month” - six. World War One, Rest Of The World, First World, London History, British History, Modern History, Photos Rares, Armistice Day, Flanders Field

Unknown | Two-Minute Silence, Armistice Day, London | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

World War I formally ended on November 11, 1918-the famous "eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month"-six hours after Germans signed a treaty with the Allies in Compiègne, France. The news was anticipated for several days and was rapidly transmitted to major cities throughout Europe and the rest of the world, thus becoming one of the first major media events of the twentieth century

Old photograph of children enjoying Greenwich Beach below the walkway Victorian Life, Victorian London, Victorian Photos, Vintage London, Old London, East London, London Pictures, London Photos, Old Pictures

Dockers: Greenwich Beach

Memoryscape sound walks, London. Dockers walk - Greenwich Beech

Somewhere on the Bow Back Waters around It was originally called Stratford… Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Victorian Life, Old Images, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, British History

September 2011 – the tuesday swim…

10 posts published by The tuesday swim during September 2011

Frank Sutcliffe, photos of Whitby, Yorkshire Vintage Children Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photography, Vintage Farm, The Old Days

Handpicked Images from the Archives

Frank Meadow Sutcliffe, Whitby, Children In A Fruit Tree c.1880. Ref. FMS25-50. Available to view and purchase at Galleries at www.francisfrith.com/galleries. #frankmeadowsutcliffe #thefrancisfrithcollection #Whitby

A railway porter stands with a trolley on a platform luggage weighing scale at Marleybone station in Next to hims is a cabinet full of destination labels to be pasted on to passengers' luggage (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) London History, British History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Nostalgia, Old Trains, Old London, Vintage London, London Travel

Romford Recorder

Latest news, sport, and things to do for Romford, Hornchurch, Havering and the surrounding London areas from the Romford Recorder.

Penzance, Fishwife The wicker basket is called a cowal. Older fishwives would walk for miles carrying their cowals until the contents were all sold. Younger fishwives did not sell fish, but helped with the cleaning and salting of the catch. Women In History, British History, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Penzance Cornwall, Cornwall England, England Uk, Le Far West, British Isles

Penzance, Fishwife 1890

Penzance, Fishwife 1890. The wicker basket is called a cowal. Older fishwives would walk for miles carrying their cowals until the contents were all sold. Younger fishwives did not sell fish, but helped with the cleaning and salting of the catch. #Penzance #Cornwall