I wonder when this photo was taken? My cousin four-times-removed Albert Dean was the licensee from at least 1910 until his death in 1917, after which his widow Alice continued until at least 1923.kiwi wrote:Jamaica Road,Bermondsey,Crown & Anchor, No77.
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What threw me was I assumed the building in the middle was a pub but couldn’t remember or locate any pub being just there in Jamaica Road,so went with what it said, Wilson Grove. Yes, I thought it looked like a pub, but couldn't find any record of one at that address. But then I looked closer - it'...
- Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:16 pm
- Forum: Buildings & Streets
- Topic: SOUTHWARK PARK.
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kiwi wrote:Just a word of warning regarding these pictures,which I have taken at face value. In an earlier post of the Lido it was pointed out that, and quite rightly by Fosney that the pictures where not of Southwark Park Lido
I don't think either of these is Southwark Park.
Spa Road Sewer, man conducts maintanence work 1951. This is one of my grandfather's co-workers; I don't think it is my grandfather, although I have only seen one photo of him. The photo was taken in Thurland Road, with Spa Road behind and Frean Street in the distance. Nothing in the photo survives ...