AA98/05906 General view of the Royal Festival Hall looking south from Waterloo Bridge with the Shot Tower still standing. It was demolished after the Festival of Britain for the building of the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, South Bank, Greater London Authority. 1951 - 1980, Eric De Mare.
A row of three milk bottles standing outside a window with frozen milk pushing the caps off, seen through a transparent area scraped in frost on the pane of glass, probably John Gay's house in Highgate
Photographer: John Gay Title Birds flying in front of a tree on Kensington Palace Gardens, London, with rays of sunlight filtering through the branches, and cars parked on the street beyond. Date 1946 - 1970
AA079904 A scarecrow dressed in a tin helmet, Kent. Image featured in Country Fair magazine, March 1955. The caption reads: 'Some Of This Modern Art.....In surrealist circles, this art form is called a mobile. We believe that this is its first practical application to a farming problem. It evidently works'. Date Apr 1954 Photographer: John Gay
A springer spaniel peering out from a small circular hole cut into the wooden plank door of a barn or similar agricultural outbuilding. Photographed on a farm in an unidentified area of Cornwall Date 1950 - 1958 Photographer: John Gay
General view showing steps leading up to the castle in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Date 1945 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare
WSA01/01/G0622 Photographer: Walter Scott. A view looking north along South Sands towards The Spa, showing the beach crowded with holidaymakers. South Sands, Bridlington, East Riding Of Yorkshire. In volume 1 of the Walter Scott registers, this is recorded as 'Spa, Children's Corner South Bay'. Aug 1932
A couple posing by a kissing gate with the spire of the saxon church and surrounding countryside in the background. St Lawrences church, Mickleton, Gloucestershire Photographer : Henry W Taunt This image belongs to English Heritage Archive.