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Map of trams, central London, Brixton and south London

Brixton was once well served with trams, with main routes along Brixton Road, Gresham Road, Stockwell Road, Brixton Hill and Effra Road. While Brixton Hill enjoyed a San Francisco-style cable-hauled tram […]

Camberwell Green (25-18) c.1895 A bank (Lloyds?) to the left side and the Tiger pub to the right side.

Camberwell Green Camberwell South East London England in Number A bank (Lloyds?) to the left side and the Tiger pub to the right side.

British History, Childhood, Infancy, Early Childhood

Silk Road (新疆風味), Camberwell Church Street, London SE5, good, cheap, freshly made dumplings and noodles.

Silk Road (新疆風味), Camberwell Church Street, London good, cheap, freshly made dumplings and noodles.

Elephant and Castle 1956 Here is an excellent rare old picture looking down London road.and showing the old Burtons building in all its glory

Elephant and Castle 1956 Here is an excellent rare old picture looking down London road.and showing the old Burtons building in all its glory

Grove Lane Camberwell c 1910

Grove Lane Camberwell c 1910

St Giles Church and Camberwell moon

St Giles Church and Camberwell moon

Camberwell's beautiful stretch of Georgian terrace in Grove Lane just breathtakingly romantic. Imagine a childhood spent on that swing. #Georgian #englishgarden

Camberwell's beautiful stretch of Georgian terrace in Grove Lane just breathtakingly romantic. Imagine a childhood spent on that swing.

There are some celebrated Georgian roads in London's Camberwell This is Grove Lane where there is a run of the most beautiful #Georgian houses

There are some celebrated Georgian roads in London's Camberwell This is Grove Lane where there is a run of the most beautiful houses

Coldharbour I (2003), by David Hepher

To mark a new exhibition and his birthday, David Hepher offers a personal perspective on the urban artworks that characterise his celebrated career