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4 March 1967 might seem like a random date picked out of the air from 50 years ago. And QPR 3 WBA 2 to some might seem like a random list of letters and numbers. However, those who were at Wembley … Continue reading
Source: Alfred Daniels’ Murals In Hammersmith | Spitalfields Life
Many of the Hammersmith & Fulham archives are still in Lilla Huset in Talgarth Road where they were housed before we moved to Hammersmith Library. I was looking through some of the old volumes and came across John Leech’s Pictures … Continue reading
During the time of the Second World War the present London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham was in fact two separate Boroughs. The cemetery that most of us know as Mortlake Cemetery was originally opened in 1909 as Hammersmith New … Continue reading