This image, dated the 17th of August, 1968, is of the abandoned Cole Green railway station in Hertfordshire, England.
The station provided transport on the Hertford and Welwyn Junction Railway from 1858. The final passenger service was on the 18th of June, 1951.
This sketch of Blackpool Beach in England appeared in the Manchester Times, with the title On the sands at Blackpool, on the 16th of August, 1895.
Bradford-on-Avon railway station, photographed on the 12th of August, 1963.
Wakefield Kirkgate railway station in West Yorkshire, England, photographed on the 29th of July, 1966.
Much of the original Victorian structure was removed in the 1970s, before it could be listed as a building of Historic Interest.
The partially built County Hall is in the background.
Victory march of the Allied troops in London. July 19th, 1919.
Soon after the end of the First World War, the 19th of July was designated as Peace Day in Britain.
The image below was taken on that day in 1919, during celebrations outside the Guildhall in Winchester in Hampshire.
Barry Docks, a port in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan in Wales, opened in 1889. A massive project undertaken by Victorian engineers John Wolfe Barry, Thomas Forster Brown and Henry Marc Brunel, son of the iconic Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the docks went on to employ thousands of men and women.
By 1913 it was the biggest coal port in the world.
The image below is of the area ready for the official opening on the 18th of July, 1889.