World War One
Lewisham Volunteers 1915 - 1919
1918 bombing raid in Sydenham Road. People gathering to examine the destruction of houses.
Black and White Photograph of South Suburban Gas Company’s War Memorial
Black and White postcard of the ‘Old Grove Park in World War I’ showing the Army Service Corps Barracks on Marvels Lane, c.1916/17
Black and White postcard from the Grove Park Community Group showing the celebrations for the coming of peace in Marvels Lane, 1919
Children’s party to celebrate the Armistice, 1918. At Grove Park, with the shops in Marvels Lane (including Winkworth’s, far right), in the background.
Black and White photo of Luffman Road showing bomb damage presumably during World War Two, c.1939-1945
Black and White photograph showing the War Memorial, Lewisham Way c1935/6
Lieut. Bowater (?) on horseback between 1915-1919 as part of the Lewisham Volunteers.
An unnamed Lewisham Volunteer on horseback and in uniform between 1915-1919.
Lewisham Volunteers standing in uniform with a terrible amount of mud underfoot. “Flanders Mud”