Barry Island, Wales, August 1938
View of Barry Island beach, Glamorgan, south Wales, summer 1938. The beach is packed full of holidaymakers and the water is teeming with adults and children enjoying paddling in the low tidal waters. Lots of children are having fun in the paddling pool while parents look on from the rocks. A mobile wooden jetty has been wheeled out in to the water and there is a fairground in the distance.
Great Western Railway Goods Depot, Liverpool, c1930
The GWR Goods Depot was situated at the Manchester Dock Depot on Mann Island and was part of the Liverpool Dock complex. Cargo was brought over from the GWR's premises at Morpeth Dock in Birkenhead and then distributed around Liverpool by road vehicle. The Port of Liverpool building can be seen in the background.
Bude town from Summerleaze Crescent, 1923
View of Bude town from Summerleaze Crescent in the sunshine in 1923. A lone woman walks down the path past a large building (now Adventure International) on her way into town. The stone bridge on the right is now part of the South West Coast Path. The Bude Methodist Church can be seen on the far right of the image.