Dad’s First Car
Like a lot of families in the 1950s we didn’t have a car and had to rely instead on public transport. Dad learned to drive in 1962 when he took lessons with the Terry Branston school of motoring. …
The secrets behind Lyle's Golden Syrup, Britain's sweetest success story
Shiny come rattling down a railway track which could have been designed by a student of Heath Robinson or Chitty Chitty Bang Bang's Caractacus Potts. A huge wheel covered in nozzles sucks each tin onto an octopus-like suction point. The vacuum means that any tin which is not airtight simply falls off
Rare photos of 1950s advertisements on hoardings
Patrick Tilley photographed some of his 1950s designs up on hoardings, working, as they were meant to be seen. Here they are
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