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Finmere Station, Oxfordshire 1904 BB98_05550 Featured Marylebone Print

Finmere Station, Oxfordshire 1904 BB98_05550

FINMERE STATION, Oxfordshire. The Great Central Railway Company built this station on the line from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London in 1898-9. A new Great Central Railway terminus was built at Marylebone. Behind these porters are posters advertising tickets for trips to London. These journeys would be unthinkable for most people before the coming of the railways. Photographed by Alfred Newton and Son in 1904

© Historic England

WW1 - Lords Cricket Ground used as a Goose Farm, 1915 Featured Marylebone Print

WW1 - Lords Cricket Ground used as a Goose Farm, 1915

Photograph showing the pitch of the Marylebone Cricket Ground (Lord's), during the ground's use as a farm for rearing geese in World War I. With only five geese visible on the cricket square, it seems likely that the majority of the fowl were kept at the Nursery end of the ground (pictured in background). The caption reads: The Close of the Innings: "Fielders returning to the pavilion. (see also: 10218978). Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Francesco Matania Featured Marylebone Print

Francesco Matania

Chevalier Francesco Matania (1884-1957), operatic singer and professor of singing, pictured in The Tatler at the time of his return to London in 1920 (presumably he had remained in Italy during the war). The Tatler report that Matania, with considerable experience in opera had also made a special study of voice-training and vocal art and had opened a studio at the Wigmore Hall Studios in Marylebone where he gave singing lessons. The brother of the famous artist and magazine illustrator, Fortunino Matania, Francesco in later life would share his brother's work space, giving music lessons in the rooms above the artists studio at 104, Priory Road, Kilburn, London. Date: 1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans