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Sutton england

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England - Sussex - Brighton - Travel by the Brighton Belle - Southern Railway advert illustrated by Pat Keely, 1934 Brighton Belle, London Brighton, Brighton And Hove, Train Posters, Railway Posters, British Travel, Southern Railways, Pullman Car, Illustrations

"Travel by the Brighton Belle" - Southern Railway advert illustrated by Pat Keely, 1934

The Southern Railway instituted, in the 1920s and '30s one of the world's largest railway electrification programmes - and they were particularly proud of the main line electrification of the London - Brighton line and the unique EMU Pullman cars that provided the "Brighton Belle" services as advertised here. The advert is illustrated by Pat Keely, who produced work for the Southern and London Transport amongst other companies - here he uses both the trains and the electrified third rail to…

St Helier Hospital Wrythe Green Lane On The St Helier Estate Carshalton Surrey England Old London, West London, Sutton England, Channel Islands Uk, Saint Helier, London Drawing, Old Hospital, Croydon, London Calling

St Helier Hospital Wrythe Green Lane On The St Helier Estate Carshalton Surrey England

Old Photos of Sutton in Surrey (Page in England, United Kingdom of Great Britain Sutton England, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Midland Bank, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Croydon, South London, Back In Time, Wimbledon

Administrative Quarantine

Old photos of Sutton in Surrey (Page 4), in England, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Grove Road, Sutton, Surrey England in 1965 Old London, West London, Back In Time, Back In The Day, Sutton England, Worcester Park, Sutton Surrey, Growing Up, Nostalgia

Sutton, Grove Road c1960

Photo of Sutton, Grove Road c.1960 from Francis Frith

Sutton High Street Sutton Surrey England in the Sutton England, Sutton Surrey, Public Hotel, London History, Street Look, Empire State Building, 1920s, Pictures, Photos

Sign of the Cock, Sutton, 1920s

Sutton High Street looking north. The sign was associated with the Cock Hotel public house which is to the right out of sight. Lloyds Bank has yet to be built on the corner of Cheam Road (left). In this picture the site is occupied by G H Graham. Note the policeman on point duty standing next to the sign. William Pile's shop with its clock in its lead-covered cupola can be seen standing on the corner of Carshalton Road.