Streets in London, UK: Goodwood Road

London, London UK, images; area, neighbourhood, streets, street sign; South East London, London SE4; Goodwood Road

Nearby streets: Batavia Road, Achilles Street, Auburn Close, Hart’s Lane, New Cross Road, Lewisham Way

Nearby places: Warmington Tower, Goldsmiths College, Brooke House, Wallis House, Foster House, Fenton House

Nearest public transport: New Cross Gate Station

Streets in London, UK: Goodwood Road
Streets in London, UK: Goodwood Road

Streets in London, UK: Salters Hall Court

London, UK, images; area, neighbourhood, street, street sign; City of London, London EC4; Salters Hall Court

Nearby streets: St Swithins Lane, Oxford Court, Abchurch Lane, Cannon Street

Nearest Underground Station: Cannon Street Station

Streets in London, UK: Salters Hall Court
Streets in London, UK: Salters Hall Court

The “Wobbly Bridge” over the River Thames in London, UK

Sir Christopher Wren architecture in London

London, UK, images; Millennium Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, River Thames; the Millennium Bridge, a steel suspension footbridge between Blackfriars Bridge and Southwark Bridge, was nicknamed “Wobbly Bridge” because after its opening in June 2000 it was swaying under the weight of the throng

The "Wobbly Bridge" over the River Thames, London, UK
The “Wobbly Bridge” over the River Thames, London, UK

Max Roach Park, Brixton, in summer

“London’s most glamorous new development”? Chelsea Bridge Wharf

Ghost signs in London, UK: “Our Sons Menswear”

“Run out of Oyster credit – don’t worry” advertisements in London

London, UK, images; business and advertising

History of advertising, former shops, brick wall advertising, ghost sign, preservation, fading advertisements, hand painted advertising

“Our Sons Menswear, Electric Avenue, Brixton: “Our Sons Menswear, Agents for Wolsey, Dexter, Smedley, Jantzen, Aertex, Bukta, Celanese, Tootal – Inspection Invited”

Ghost signs in London, UK: "Our Sons Menswear"
Ghost signs in London, UK: “Our Sons Menswear”

More London

“Cash in hand” in London

The famous “three buses in a row” in London, UK

More advertising

Ghost signs in London: Harry James the Bootman, Peckham

An advertising structure next to Bow Flyover


Bus route 250 from Fairfield Halls, Croydon, to Brixton Police Station in London, UK

London, UK, images; travel, tourism, living and working in London, commuting; directions, connection; public transport, Underground, overground, National Rail, bus stops, bus route; bus route 250 from Croydon via Streatham Station to Brixton and vice versa

Brixton Road, London, UK
Brixton Road, London, UK

Bus route 250: Fairfield Halls – East Croydon Station – Whitgift Centre – West Croydon Station – Mayday Hospital – Thornton Heath Pond – London Road – Thornton Heath Station – Norbury Hill – Streatham Common – Streatham Station – Leigham Court Road – Streatham Hill Station – Blenheim Gardens – Brixton Station – Brixton Police Station