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Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Mon Apr 24, 2017 2:56 am
by kiwi
The Monster Ready Made & Bespoke Clothing Establishment, Albion House Clothing Comp’y, Branch Establishments, Paris, Antwerp and Ghent, Borough High St, founded at the end of the nineteenth century, the business traded here until 1910.
The Albion House Clothing Co was operating in 1895 from numbers 161, 163, 165 and 167 Borough High Street (where the name "Albion House" was proudly displayed on the façade at number 163).
Albion House Clothing Co Borough high Street.jpg
Albion House Clothing Co Borough High Street
BOROUGH HIGH STREET.jpg
BOROUGH HIGH STREET
The site of the Marshalsea Prisons.jpg
The site of the Marshalsea Prisons

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 5:39 am
by kiwi
BOROUGH HIGH STREET 18-26.jpg
18-26 Borough High Street: by Bedale Street
BOROUGH HIGH STREET 22.jpg
22 Borough High Street: rear elevation. I think this could be the back of Beeson in the other picture?

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 12:22 am
by kiwi
72-76 Borough High Street.jpg
72-76 Borough High Street
72 BOROUGH HIGH STREET now Tas Restaurant,Asian Food. 2016.jpg
Am I right that South Supplies is now Tas Restaurant ?? 2016.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:50 pm
by kiwi
63-71 Borough High Street Number 67 with the arch doorway wasis W H & H LeMAY HOP FACTORS, 6973 is now Lloyd’s Bank. 2016..jpg
63-71 Borough High Street Number 67 with the arch doorway was/is W H & H LeMAY HOP FACTORS, 69/73 is now a Lloyd’s Bank. 2016.
123 135 Borough High Street 127 to 135,they are now building a Premier Inn 2017..jpg
123-135 Borough High Street 127 to 135,they are now building a Premier Inn 2017.

Nos. 66 and 68 have been in the tenure of the firm of Edward Strauss & Co., hop merchants since 1893 and the previous occupants, W. H. & H. Le May, were in the same trade.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu May 04, 2017 1:44 am
by kiwi
Borough High Street. 1825.jpg
Borough High Street. 1825.
Marshallsea Prison Borough.jpg
Marshallsea Prison Borough

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 9:48 am
by kiwi
Fosney, Page 2. Here you are Joe (Fosney)
What is the building in Southwark Street? Is it a cab drivers' resting office? and what of the "Obelisk" on the left-hand side of the picture - in what seems to be the centre of the road.
Photograph of the cast iron lamp and manufacturer Walter Macfarlane, prior to its installation in Southwark Street, c1865. junction with Borough High Street.jpg
Photograph of the cast iron lamp and manufacturer Walter Macfarlane, prior to its installation in Southwark Street, c1865. junction with Borough High Street.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu May 18, 2017 12:06 am
by kiwi
The Old Tabard, Borough High Street..jpg
The Old Tabard, Borough High Street
Borough High Street looking North towards the Westminster Bank (center of picture).jpg
Borough High Street looking North towards the Westminster Bank (centre of road)

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Fri May 19, 2017 9:09 am
by kiwi
Looking through the alley entrance across Borough High Street you can see the Old Town Hall Chambers building. This is where St. Margaret's Church was and at that time was called St Margaret’s Hill c 1834.
George Inn, George Inn Yard looking to Borough High Street.jpg
George Inn, George Inn Yard looking to Borough High Street.
Borough High Street  Plaque on Old Town Hall Building..jpg
Borough High Street Plaque on Old Town Hall Building.
Borough High Street.jpg

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 4:23 am
by kiwi
Borough High Street looking north from St George the Martyr Church.jpg
Borough High Street looking north from St George the Martyr
Borough High Street looking north from St George the Martyr Church c 2009.jpg
This is what it looks like in 2009.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu Jun 29, 2017 4:02 am
by kiwi
Near St Thomas Street.
Borough High Street. 1902 I think the decorations are for The Coronation of Edward VII and his wife Alexandra as King and Queen of the United Kingdom and the British Empire..jpg
Borough High Street. 1902 I think the decorations are for The Coronation of Edward VII and his wife Alexandra as King and Queen of the United Kingdom and the British Empire.?