Best you could hope for was to land on the kids who were spectating.
The Balfron Tower in Poplar was designed by architect Ernő Goldfinger in 1963
About the same time as the film then?
film was 1964, but of course the character existed in the book which was published in 1959
Who did the Odd Jobs?
The caretaker,i like to think he wore a bowler hat
doesn't look too much different from when I was using it to get to school in the 1970s - (when it worked on time) -
Yes, remember getting the central and district lines as a kid in the 60s,think those armrests were leather...bloody luxury.
Too good for the likes of you lot.
London peasouper 1952
An Eliot 803 at the then Hatfield College of Technology - taken in 1964. Strangely despite many refurbs and different usage over time, this room is now one of our labs again..........
A slightly later picture of the Elliot - note they got a printer.
Arsenal match at Highbury.
Surely not. It'd have been your Granddad telling you about them.
Opium smoking room, Shanghai, 1936
His granddad used to work for Ikea
in the days before projectors etc........an imaginative way of displaying programming to a class
mid 1960s I'd guess
My old school pictured in 1912
and, shortly before it was demolished in 1972
He would have been 60 today if I have my dates right.
Looks like Steve Earle nearest to the camera and the new head of the FBI Mr V. Putin on the extreme left ( I know, I know).
Are they all sitting on one of those gate-to-plane buses at Dulles ?