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1920s Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 27 pictures in our 1920s collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Lion Wharf Isleworth CXP01_01_107
Lion Wharf Isleworth CXP01_01_107
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Cinema lobby  BL26831
Cinema lobby BL26831
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Finsbury Park Cinema  BL26835
Finsbury Park Cinema BL26835
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Tickets and concessions  BL26834
Tickets and concessions BL26834
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Finsbury Park Cinema  BL26833
Finsbury Park Cinema BL26833
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Luncheon Room  BL26832
Luncheon Room BL26832
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Constructing the Mersey tunnel  MTA01_02_03
Constructing the Mersey tunnel MTA01_02_03
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Beneath the road deck  MTA01_01_06
Beneath the road deck MTA01_01_06
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Experimental roadway  MTA01_01_05
Experimental roadway MTA01_01_05
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Concrete block lining  MTA01_01_02
Concrete block lining MTA01_01_02
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Woolworths in Weymouth  MBC01_01_017
Woolworths in Weymouth MBC01_01_017
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Woolworths in Leyton  MBC01_01_009
Woolworths in Leyton MBC01_01_009
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Woolworths in Weymouth  MBC01_01_017 Featured Image

Woolworths in Weymouth MBC01_01_017

F W Woolworth and Company Limited, St Mary Street, Weymouth, Dorset. The Woolworth's store at 10-14 St Mary Street, looking up from the south-west, showing the channelled faience facade and elongated upper floor windows.
F W Woolworth and Co Ltd opened a store in Weymouth in 1923. The store was numbered store 139 and was extended and redeveloped in the 1930s, with the addition of an Art Deco facade. It was rebuilt in 1980s and closed as a Woolworth's store in 1999. The premises was later occupied by retailers including Mountain Warehouse, Bonmarche, Yours, Burton and Dorothy Perkins.

© Historic England Archive

Woolworths in Sunderland  MBC01_01_016
Woolworths in Sunderland MBC01_01_016
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Whiteladies Picture House  NWC01_01_1530
Whiteladies Picture House NWC01_01_1530
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Goose Fair  CC73_02999
Goose Fair CC73_02999
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Charabancs  BB48_00603
Charabancs BB48_00603
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Little Comberton DIX02_01_258
Little Comberton DIX02_01_258
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Savernake flock DIX02_01_241
Savernake flock DIX02_01_241
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Lavenham DIX02_01_252
Lavenham DIX02_01_252
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Thatching DIX02_01_224
Thatching DIX02_01_224
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Dunster DIX02_01_185
Dunster DIX02_01_185
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Chalfont St Giles DIX02_01_183
Chalfont St Giles DIX02_01_183
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Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164
Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164
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Harrods dining room BL24780_006a
Harrods dining room BL24780_006a
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Dunster DIX02_01_185 Featured Image

Dunster DIX02_01_185

Yarn Market, High Street, Dunster, West Somerset. A view looking north along Dunster High Street towards the Yarn Market with Conygar Tower on the hillside in the distance.
During the medieval period Dunster became a centre for woollen production but by the 15th century it's significance was beginning to decline. The Yarn Market is believed to date from circa 1609 and was constructed by George Luttrell as a means to stem this decline and maintain the importance of Dunster as a market town. The folly Conygar Tower was built in 1775 for Henry Fownes Luttrell (c. 1722-1780), who became legal owner of Dunster Castle and its estate on his marriage to Margaret Luttrell (1726-1766), the great, great grandniece of George Luttrell, who built the Yarn Market

© Historic England Archive

Wartercraft at Vauxhall CXP01_01_110
Wartercraft at Vauxhall CXP01_01_110
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Burford DAC01_03_030
Burford DAC01_03_030
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Bootham Bar DIX02_01_074
Bootham Bar DIX02_01_074
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