Battersea, London in the 1950's. (I wasn't around in the 1950's, but I can remember walking along the wall, holding Mummy's hand on the way home from the shops)

England's Lane by Joseph Connolly – review

England: walking tall in Battersea (I remember walls/fences like this - but in Ruislip, Middlesex)

Classic retro! This house represents 1950s housing in Columbia, S.C., but it is an extraordinary example – still furnished with original fixtures such as built-ins and lighting. Photo by C. Aluka Berry/The State

This house represents housing, it is an extraordinary example – still furnished with original fixtures such as built-ins and lighting. Photo by C. Aluka Berry/The State Life in the

1952 Christchurch Transport Board (NZ) AEC Regal IV with either Crossley or Park Royal body (fleet number obscured by the prams). It was common practice to dangle prams, pushchairs and bicycles from the hangers on the front of a bus.

New Zealand. 1952 Christchurch Transport Board AEC Regal IV with either Crossley or Park Royal body (fleet number obscured by the prams). It was common practice to dangle prams, pushchairs and bicycles from the hangers on the front of a bus.

The very intense and wonderful James Mason

James Mason, born on May 1909 in Huddersfield, United Kingdom. Died July 1984 of heart attack in Lausanne, Switzerland

Juliet Hulme, 15, and Pauline Parker, 16, were two friends who killed Pauline's mother Honorah because they believed she would force them apart by not letting her daughter join Juliet, who was leaving the country with her parents.  On the afternoon of June 22, 1954, the girls lured Honorah to Victoria Park in Christchurch's Port Hills, under the pretence of a walk. Down a secluded path, they bashed her to death by hitting her more than 20 times with a half-brick inside a stocking.

Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme: 1959 murder trial convicted both of killing Parker's mother. Juliet went on to become crime novelist Anne Perry

People dancing in Southwark Park, south London, during World War II, 1942. The dance is one of several events organised in the UK, to discourage people from travelling abroad for the summer during wartime. Original Publication : Picture Post - 1182 - How To Spend A Holiday In London - pub. 1942 (Photo by Felix Man/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

People Dancing in Southwark Park Bermondsey to Rotherhithe South East London England in Days

Captain Nemo--particularly the 1954 film incarnation (which is quite different from that in the novel). Of all characters in literature/film, J. Mason's Nemo is my closest soulmate. Ingenious, disgusted with society, liberty in isolation and self-reliance, finding inspiration and shelter in unreachable realms of nature, and tormented by the paradox of his desire to find good in humanity and the bitter reality of humanity's natural cruelty.

Captain Nemo--particularly the 1954 film incarnation (which is quite different…

The Wicked Lady (1945): Margaret Lockwood and James Mason

The Wicked Lady 1945 - Margaret Lockwood as Barbara Worth & James Mason as Captain Jerry Jackson

39 steps shadow puppets - Google Search

Lens: 'The 39 Steps' - The New York Times > Theater > Slide Show > Slide 4 of 9

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