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Sarah Siddons (Met 12) on the Hammersmith and City 150 train at Ladbroke Grove
Simply made by horizontally flipping the same image and placing them together.
I’m a girl from North Kensington, born in London but I moved out to the town I live in when I was just a couple of years old. My grandmother and my great grandmother both lived in North Kensington and Ladbroke Grove in London for many years after we moved. I’d go stay with my Grandmother and one of the highlights was what felt like the very long walk to Portobello Road Market...
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alongside Sterling..shout out to Turn and area passing through..
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Title: A new view of insanity. The duality of the mind proved by the structure, functions, and diseases of the brain, and by the phenomena of mental derangement, and shewn to be essential to moral responsibility. With an appendix ..
Creator: Wigan, A. L.(Arthur Ladbroke)
Publisher: London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans
Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
Contributor: Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
MED,HSL 19th Cent RC602 844W: Pages 197-240 incorrectly numbered as 101-144
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Note: The colors, contrast and appearance of these illustrations are unlikely to be true to life. They are derived from scanned images that have been enhanced for machine interpretation and have been altered from their originals.
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70807 awaits the peg with the 13.25 Westbury Up TC to Ladbroke Grove ballast engineers working at Westbury Station, whilst 158954 approaches platform 1 with 1F13, Cardiff Central to Fareham. Saturday 4.2.17
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Amazed by this brilliant mural by Keith K. Hopewell just off Ladbroke Grove.
Finally got this at the 5th time of asking, due to parked cars & bikes, but it was well worth the wait to see this piece unobstructed.
The work does continue to the left as we look, with a quote from the Aswad song "Love Fire" from 1981.
"Love is the force i said let there be light"....
I lost my External Hard Drive last night and I've been trying all night to get 1TB worth of RAW files off it.
I finally gave up and bought a new 1TB drive today but it will be another 24 to 48 hours before I can transfer all my RAW files across from various backup media and rebuild my Lightroom Catalog.
I am hoping there will be more Canival images worth posting once this is done.
I connected DPP to my CF Card in order to pull off this sunset photographed at the Carnival last night.
It is the Grand Union Canal as it passes through Ladbroke Grove in West London.
According to WikiPedia:
"The Grand Union Canal in England is part of the British canal system. Its main line connects London and Birmingham, stretching for 220 km (137 miles) with 166 locks. It has arms to places including Leicester, Slough, Aylesbury, Wendover and Northampton."
one of the exhibits at muTATE Britain, One Foot in the Grove.
Acklam Road, off Portobello Road, London.
#RML2702 on the 15 from Upton Park(U)Garage in August 1971 at Ladbroke Grove. (c)J.Parkin.
Notting Hill Carnival. 25 July 2014.
June 26th 2017, Ladbroke Stadium, Wolverhampton, England; Speedway; Wolverhampton Wolves; Rye House Rockets