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Gospel Oak, London AA070042 Featured Railway Print

Gospel Oak, London AA070042

GOSPEL OAK, London. Looking across Southampton Road, showing the railway line passing beneath the road with YANKS OUT OF VIETNAM graffiti on the road bridge and the Ludham and Wendling flats on the Lismore Circus estate visible to either side of the line. Photographed by John Gay in 1974

© Historic England


LCC-LFB Fire display at Brigade HQ Southwark Featured Railway Print

LCC-LFB Fire display at Brigade HQ Southwark

The London Fire Brigade encouraged, for very many years, a good public image by opening its doors to the public to special fire brigade displays. On Saturday afternoons, during the summer months, it was a regular feature to see displays at the Southwark Headquarters. As the picture shows it drew large, and frequently a boater-hatted, crowds. A motorised fire engine works two firefighting jets, while a turntable ladder is fully extended to the top of the drill tower. Where there was space to stand and watch the public took every opportunity to do so

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Orient Express in Snow Featured Railway Print

Orient Express in Snow

The Simplon-Orient Express train, snowbound at the village station of Cherkeskoy, sixty miles from its final destination, Constantinople (Istanbul). The train left Paris on 29 January and was due to arrive at Constantinople on 1 February. Instead, it remained snowed up for ten days. A train travelling in the opposite direction was similarly snowbound alongside it for 96 hours. With no heating on the train, the passengers of both trains huddled together in the station buffet, passing the time by playing cards, reading, listening to gramophone music and dancing, including improvised performances by a German ballerina

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -