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Amazing Photos Document Everyday Life of England in the Late 1930s_teo

These amazing photos were taken by an American during his vacation in England in 1938. They show everyday life in towns, villages, cities in England, from rural to urban areas...

A sign for Hovis and The Golden Brown, Puttenham


Abinger Hammer in Surrey


Albert Weller store on Middle Street, Shere


Albert Weller store, coal merchant and cars for hire on the right, Shere


Bibury, Gloucestershire.


Bibury, Gloucestershire


Boy walking on street in Shere


Bradford on Avon


Capel, Surrey


Church Street, East Hendred, Oxfordshire


Cirencester, Gloucestershire


City Gate, Salisbury


Colebrook Street in Winchester


Cycling in Shere


East Street, Corfe Castle


East Street, Corfe Village


Elstead Bridge at the Wey River in Surrey


F. Budden, Butcher & Grazier in Corfe Castle, Dorset


High Street Winchester


Ludgate Hill, London


Man in front of Shiremark windmill in Capel, Surrey


Man walking on street in Hagbourne, Oxfordshire


Near Abinger Hammer in Surrey


Nottingham Fee, Blewbury


Penguin house at London Zoo


Saint Edward's Church on the right in Corfe Castle, Dorset


Saint Edward's Church Tower on the left in the village, Corfe Castle, Dorset


Shere Norman church


Shere, Surrey


Shiremark windmill in Capel, Surrey


Signs on streets in Shere


St James's church, Shere


St Paul's Cathedral, London


Street in Shere


Street in Tilford, Surrey


Street with signs in Corfe Castle, Dorset


The Bank of England in London


The Red Lion pub, Blewbury


The Royal Exchange of London


The Steet, Compton, Guildford


The Street, Puttenham


The White Hart Hotel, Witley


Tilford in Surrey


Upton Grey, Hampshire


Victoria Embankment, Hungerford Bridge, London


Village from Corfe Castle


West Street, Corfe Castle, Dorset


West Street, Corfe Village


Winchester Street with Cadena Cafe and Prall Jeweller


Windsor, Berkshire

(Photos from Richard)

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