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Wagstaff Buildings, Sumner Road, Bankside, c.

A gardener tending the vegetables growing in a moat at the Tower of London, June 1940.

Dig for victory: vegetable growing during WWII in pics

gardener tending the vegetables growing in a moat at the Tower of London, June 1940

A woman in Clapham (south London) waters vegetables planted on the roof of her Anderson shelter in the garden.

A woman in Clapham (south London) waters vegetables planted on the roof of her Anderson shelter in the garden. We spent many a night in ours.

Poplar high street near the White Horse pub I've got a feeling this would have been the kind of lodging house Provis would have been put up in.

Poplar high street near the White Horse pub I've got a feeling this would have been the kind of lodging house Provis would have been put up in.

Joan Street, The Cut. Waterloo.

Joan Street, The Cut.

London Upper Norwood Gypsy Hill

London Upper Norwood Gypsy Hill u/b PPC

Milkman at the Elephant & Castle, 1949

A man climbs onto a Southwark milk cart near the Elephant and Castle in South London, England. Original Publication: Picture Post - 4694 - Life At The Elephant - pub.

Plague Houses, Kennington Road, 1860. So named as they were used as a mortuary for plague victims. Demolished late 1800's.

Plague Houses, Kennington Road, So named as they were used as a mortuary for plague victims.

Postcards Then and Now: Camberwell, South London, Lyndhurst Way 1915

Lyndhurst Way, Camberwell, South London, 1915 - (more towards Peckham, really**) - Amazing pic of cavalry troops assembled in the street during (**Off Chadwick Road - just down from No 93 .

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