Then and Now

  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Then and now: Grove Road & Congregational Church in Wanstead (now Wanstead United Reformed Church).
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Then and now: Grove Road & Congregational Church in Wanstead (now Wanstead United Reformed Church).
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: High Street from Hoe Street looking towards Library in Walthamstow. Photograph courtesy of Vestry House Museum. London Borough of Waltham Forest.
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  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Leyon High Road 1907. Photograph courtesy of Vestry House Museum. London Borough of Waltham Forest.
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: THEN AND NOW: High Road Leyton with library on LHS. (24/11/2013)
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Chingford Mount looking north Showing cycling 1890s early 1900s. Photograph courtesy of Vestry House Museum. London Borough of Waltham Forest.
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series:
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Hoe Street Walthamstow. Photograph courtesy of Vestry House Museum. London Borough of Waltham Forest.
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series:
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Kings Head Hill Chingford (undated) Photograph courtesy of Vestry House Museum. London Borough of Waltham Forest.
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  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Then and Now: Winston Churchill addressing the crowds from the balcony of the Victoria Building in Epping High Street.
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Victoria House in Epping High Street today
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Postcard photograph of St John's Road Epping 1905. Image courtesy of the Epping Forest District Museum
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: St John's Road Epping today
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Children around the water fountain in Epping High Street in the early 1900's. It was erected in 1887 to mark Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Photo courtesy of the Epping Forest District Museum
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: The water fountain today
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: The Plain Epping. The road to the right leads to North Weald. Early 1900's. Photo courtesy of the Epping Forest District Museum
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: The Plain today
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series:  Post Office corner at the top of Station Road Epping around 1897 photo courtesy of the Epping Forest District Museum
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Post office corner now
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series:  Epping High street close to where the current EFDC offices are around 1890. Photo courtesy of the Epping Forest District Museum
  • East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Epping High street today

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