First shown on 9th August 1973, this short and silent clip from Thames TV includes footage of Camden’s high street and the Camden Theatre, which is now the KOKO music venue. 1970s Camden High Street | 1970s London | 1970s Cars | Something to say | 1973: ThamesTv (YouTube)
Enjoy stepping back in time with fascinating old photos and pictures used to create a video time machine! London Bridge Through Time (2021 to 1440): The Time Travel Artist (YouTube) You may also like
Step back in time with these fascinating old images of Tower Bridge in London. London: Tower Bridge Through Time (2021-1892): The Time Travel Artist You may also like
Step back in time with these fascinating old photos and paintings of Greenwich in London, used to create a video time machine! London: Greenwich Through Time (2021 to 1560): The Time Travel Artist (YouTube) You may also like
Enjoy a step through time to see what Wembley in London used to look like. Wembley: A Journey Through Time: The Time Travel Artist (YouTube)
In 1932, engineers were worried about the safety of Waterloo Bridge, opened in 1817, and it was demolished soon afterwards. The Original Waterloo Bridge on Film in 1932 The first bridge on this site was a toll bridge which opened in 1817, so you paid each time to cross it. Unfortunately, by the 1840s it…
On 21 May 1981, Thames TV broadcast these images of Neasden station and Neasden shopping centre as part of its ‘Thames Report’. 1980s Neasden |1980s London | London underground |Thames Report| 1981: ThamesTv
Oxford Street is one of Europe’s busiest shopping streets, offering 1.5 miles of retail, entertainment and places to eat. It runs all the way from Tottenham Court Road to Marble Arch, via Oxford Circus. No wonder the cameras have long loved visiting this famous London destination. 1970s Oxford Street London Thames TV visited the famous…
Find out more about the Canadian born British politician who became Minister of Labour to Lloyd George, Dr Thomas James MacNamara.
British Movietone captured this amusing footage of somewhat bewildered and unhappy toddlers being paraded as part of a beauty show in Southend in the 1940s. The judges were Mr and Mrs Lupino Lane.