Photos with tag: Transport
Junc Bexley & Pier Roads, Erith c.1914View of the Wheatley Hotel, Erith which stood at the junction of Bexley Road, on the left, and Pier Road, on the right. Just beyond the tram stop on the left and pavement can be seen Walnut Tree House which stood on the corner of Walnut Tree Road. Note also the tram passing the hotel. Correspondence and stamp on reverse of postcard.
The Tramway crossing Bexley Road, Erith c.1910View of the Wheatley Hotel, Erith which was built in 1850, formerly known as the Railway Hotel, the railway having arrived in 1849. The hotel stood at the junction of Bexley Road and Pier Road. The road to the immediate right is Queens Road and runs parallel with the railway line. The hotel was demolished in the late 1970s.
'The Woodman' and Blackfen Road, Nr Sidcup. c.1935View of The Woodman public house which stands at the junction of Blackfen Road and Westwood Lane. This building was erected in 1931.
Bexley Bridge 1913Bexley Bridge is more commonly known as Pincott Fields Bridge. It ran from Bexley, across the River Shuttle, and over Pincott Fields towards Bexleyheath. Correspondence and stamp on one postcard.
The Old Forge, Sidcup c.1930Doug Holland's Forge at Rectory Lane, Sidcup. Horse and carriage standing outside, along with boy scouts. Correspondence and stamp on reverse of one postcard.
Cannon and Gaze lorry at Crayford c.1930
Cannon and Gaze lorry from the Flour Mills at Erith outside St Paulinus Church in Crayford in the snow. The gentleman on the right is Ernest Chapman.
Cannon and Gaze Accident at Crayford 1907Cannon and Gaze lorry from the flour mills at Erith involved in an accident at Crayford Bridge in November 1907. Reported in the Erith Observer of 22 November 1907.
Cannon and Gaze Accident at Crayford 1907Cannon and Gaze lorry from the Flour Mill at Erith crashing into the bridge over the River Cray at Crayford in November 1907.
The Old Mill, Bexley 1937
View of the Old Mill, Bexley High Street. Delivery van and old car both parked in the yard. Correspondence and stamp on reverse of postcard. The stamp is that of King Edward VIII who abdicated before being crowned.