Row of white cottages with people standing outside, rear The Rising Sun Public House; man in top hat; Possibly in Upper Elmers End Road, Beckenham
Row of white cottages with people standing outside; man in top hat; Possibly in Upper Elmers End Road, Beckenham
Man in top hat, lady and man with white beard standing outside white cottages, near The Rising Sun Public House. Looking east
Horse and wagon on lane to Kenningtown, near entrance to Orpington House. Situated just a mile to the south-__east of urban St Mary Cray, Kevington is a rural hamlet (also spelt Kevingtown), with farms, nurseries and old cottages. The Ordnance Survey map of 1876 shows Kevingtown and Kevington as two separate places – the former at the top of the hill, the latter on its western slope – but this could have been due to some cartographic confusion.
Looking north along High Street, the shops are decorated with flags which suggests this could be May Day celebrations. The funnel of the mill can be seen in distance.
Two separate portrait images of a minister and a boy in uniform, possibly the same person. The badge on the uniform could be that of the West Kent County Cadets.