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1. Shelters on Parkstone Road, Peckham.
*Shelters on Parkstone Road, Peckham.In March 1940 the government began to construct communal shelters designed to protect around fifty people living in the same neighbourhood. Made of...
2. Ship Hotel.
*Ship Hotel.The Ship Hotel in Greenwich.
3. Shuttleworth's Garden and playground.
*Shuttleworth's Garden and playground.Shuttleworth's Garden and playground, a temporary entertainment for children in Bermondsey, c. 1956.
4. Sing Seng.
*Sing Seng.Sing Seng arrived in London as an “Amah” or children’s nurse from Ningpo in 1858. She later returned to China in the service of the...
5. Sheet music cover for 'Les Petits Matelots, Characteristic Rondo'.
*Sheet music cover for 'Les Petits Matelots, Characteristic Rondo'.An image used on the front cover of a piece of sheet music, showing the band of the Royal Naval Asylum with the audience around the training ship.
6. Shad Thames in 1976.
*Shad Thames in 1976.One of the most remarkable survivals of the port, Bermondsey's Shad Thames is a small street in Bermondsey flanked by tall warehouses. At various...
7. Sandbags outside Bermondsey Central Baths.
*Sandbags outside Bermondsey Central Baths.Sandbags were placed around public buildings to protect them from the blast of exploding bombs. The bags helped absorb the shock wave from an...
8. Scrubland on the Kenya-Somalia border.
*Scrubland on the Kenya-Somalia border.Between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries the Somalis moved east into Djibouti and Ethiopia south into Eastern Kenya conquering or absorbing the...
9. Shad Thames in 1976.
*Shad Thames in 1976.One of the most remarkable survivals of the port, Bermondsey's Shad Thames is a small street in Bermondsey flanked by tall warehouses. At various...
10. Sir Joseph Banks Bt. President, F.R.S.
*Sir Joseph Banks Bt. President, F.R.S.Banks was President of the Royal Society, and naturalist and patron of the sciences. When the Royal Society was successful in initiating Captain...
 
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