Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Chapel of Repose, Old Loughborough Estate

Looking through Collage – The London Picture Archive I came across this photo dated 1936 It is titled Loughborough Road Estate: Chapel of Repose and comes from the London Metropolitan Archives. On the Ordinance Survey map from 1932-1940 I have marked … Continue reading

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The Sad Story of William Jones and Adeline Gay. A Camberwell Carol.

  Published in Town Talk June 1oth 1885, and sourced from Lambeth Local History Archives, Minet Road. Note: William Temple was the Landlord of the Golden Lion pub. Another Note: The Tiger and The Cock were pubs on Denmark Hill … Continue reading

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Redwing Coaches

When I first moved to Loughborough Junction, just at the end of the terrace I lived in at that time was the Redwing coach depot. It was located on land where Norfolk House once stood, until destroyed by a bomb … Continue reading

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