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St Ives, Cornwall. Vintage British Railways Travel poster.
British Railways (Western Region) Travel poster of St Ives in Cornwall, showing two fishermen and a group of children on a lane overlooking the harbour. This is truly an outstanding quality print. It is printed on excellent quality Fujitsu photographic paper. It is not a cheap flimsy poster. Dimensions- Width 70cm, Height 100cm, or Width 50cm, Height 70cm These poster sizes will fit many popular frames that can be purchased in framers and shops such as Ikea.
Decimalisation 15 Feb 1971 at FWW
The story of how Woolworth's handled British currency decimalisation on 15 February 1971. It was the retailer's most expensive undertaking ever.
St Ives Sea Breeze - The Londoner
We woke up hungry & ready to roam. Having inadvertently pulled on co-ordinating outfits we chuckled & headed out the door. Every time I leave London I’m reminded of how unfriendly Londoners are by just how lovely everyone else is. We didn’t pass a soul who didn’t wish us good morning or compliment us on […]
St. Ives through pink valerian flowers
a beautiful day in St. Ives. The sea and sky were perfect shades of aquamarine and Cornish blue ... Harbour beach, St. Ives, Cornwall Taken from Hain Walk coast path
The British Seaside Holiday - book review
Kathryn Ferry's new book is about the best years of the British Seaside Holiday, covering the period from 1870 to 1970. She begins in the era of the Victorian day tripper and ends with their descendents jetting off to Spain in large numbers. Her book captures the essence of the holiday experience from the excitement of the trip to the coast, the comforts or otherwise of board and lodgings, building sandcastles and holiday entertainment, both on the beach and elsewhere.
In pictures: Final years before West Pier's closure in 1975
Black-and-white photographs of the West Pier in Brighton, taken soon before it was shut in 1975, emerge.