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The real Peaky Blinders. Birmingham Gang Mugshots - The Real Peaky Blinders. A notorious Birmingham gang that had blades sewn into the peaks of their caps so they could use them as weapons. Peaky Blinders Real, Peaky Blinders Quotes, Peaky Blinders History, Peaky Blinders Costume, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Look At My, Boardwalk Empire, Thing 1

Photo of the real Peaky Blinders - 1890's Birmingham Gang Mugshots

Photo of the real Peaky Blinders - 1890's Birmingham Gang Mugshots

Two young girls swing on a rope attached to a lampost outside a corner shop in Hulme, Manchester in the evening light, Laughter in the slums: the best work of street photographer Shirley Baker – in pictures Vivian Maier, Black White Photos, Black And White Photography, Shirley Baker, Girl Swinging, Life In The Uk, Romantic Images, Slums, Street Photographers

Laughter in the slums: the best work of street photographer Shirley Baker – in pictures

Gallery: Shirley Baker, who died recently, documented everyday life in the UK with a fond eye, turning prosaic scenes in slums and seasides into quietly romantic images. Here is a selection of her finest work

Vintage girl's dresses - Promenade in Portobello, 1954 - Ken Russell - Via BBC Photos Vintage, Vintage Children Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Girls, Children Photography Vintage, Vintage Black, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ken Russell

Ken Russell's post-war London – in pictures

Before his uproarious film career, Ken Russell started out with a Rolleicord camera, documenting teddy girls and bomb-scarred streets

Manchester TV: The Granada studios complex on Quay Street, Manchester Manchester Love, History Manchester, Manchester England, Granada, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Tv Set Design, Birmingham England, Salford

Manchester's TV history in pictures

We look back at the history of programme-making in the city

View across Hulme showing areas cleared for redevelopment. Taken from the extension to the Manchester College of Art and Design (the current Chatham Building) around Manchester College, Manchester Central, Manchester Landmarks, History Manchester, Liverpool History, Northern England, Architecture Magazines, Salford

View of Hulme, mid 1960s

View across Hulme showing areas cleared for redevelopment. Taken from the extension to the Manchester College of Art and Design (the current Chatham Building) around 1966.

Belle Vue Zoo Manchester - saw amazing firework display in the sixties - might not have been as good as the memory but hey History Manchester, Manchester Street, Manchester England, Manchester Poem, Sweet Memories, Childhood Memories, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Bolton England

Belle Vue and Pomona Gardens ....... at the cutting edge of 19th century popular entertainment

Belle Vue Zoo Manchester - saw amazing firework display in the sixties - might not have been as good as the memory but hey

Well worked E series from a long term ERF user Allmans of Congleton, UK. History Manchester, Old Lorries, Commercial Vehicle, Vintage Trucks, Classic Trucks, Sweet Memories, Old Cars, Britain, Expand Furniture

View topic - ERF E series

Well worked E series from an long term ERF user Allmans of Congleton, UK.

Crowborough Street near the junction with Ridley Grove, in the Hulme/Greenheys district of Manchester, photographed around History Manchester, Manchester Street, Manchester Uk, Bolton England, Yorkshire Uk, Industrial Architecture, Salford, Slums

Crowborough Street, c.1967

Crowborough Street near the junction with Ridley Grove, in the Hulme/Greenheys district of Manchester, photographed around 1967. [UGM-031]

Manchester pubs, The George Inn on the junction of Radnor Street and Pinder Street, Hulme, left isolated by the demolition of surrounding houses and shops. History Manchester, Manchester Street, Manchester England, Industrial Architecture, Architecture Old, Bolton England, Council Estate, Portland Street, Salford

The George, mid 1960s

The George Inn on the junction of Radnor Street and Pinder Street, Hulme, left isolated by the demolition of surrounding houses and shops.