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The old Craven Cottage was a charming villa, well before Fulham Football Club took over the site.
Taken at the junction of Fulham Palace Rd wher it meets the Broadway, this photo taken during the construction of the flyover shows one the supporting piers which will eventually support the flyover, note the Britannia pub in the background and the construction of the subway.
1958. Fulham fans queue down Stevenage Road as they wait for 12,000 tickets for the clubs FA Cup Semi Final Replay against Manchester United to go on sale
True -Form shoe shop, I worked in the Fulham branch in London as a Saturday girl and during the holidays.
Guinness Trust Buildings, Fulham Palace Rd 1900
Marks and Spencer North End Road 1933
Fulham public baths and wash house. A swim and a cup of bovril in the 50s. Followed by doing the laundry there in the 70s.
Chelsea & Fulham Station, looking south 1933
Peabody Buildings, Lillie Road, Fulham c 1915
Robert Chambers of Walham Green, with his horse-drawn cart, 1900 (b/w photo)
North End Road, West Kensington 1967
Putney Bridge, looking towards Fulham, on the River Thames in winter, 1867.
Putney Bridge in the early 1920s.
A view of the Thames at Putney Bridge, from the Fulham bank, with the Swan Inn Mid 18th C
North End Road archive (1908) by hammersmithandfulham