1900 to 1919 (page 3)

Lever Brothers Offices in Port Sunlight on the Wirral, decorated for the visit of Edward VII in 1904 Rodney Street in Liverpool, with decorations celebrating the Coronation of Edward VII in 1902 Rose Mount in Oxton Village, Birkenhead, in the 1900s. This view has hardly changed, though most of the shops are now restaurants A quiet scene on Village Road in Oxton Village, Birkenhead, in the 1900s.
Lea Motors of Birkenhead. An exhibition of their latest models at Liverpool's Saint Georges Hall in the 1900s Dock Cottages, Birkenhead's North End in the 1900s. Among the first blocks of flats in England, they were built to house Dock workers. Eastbourne's Grand Parade. Promenaders taking the air (while being careful to keep out of the sun!) in the early 1900s Hastings with the Pier in the background, seen from the path leading up to the Castle. Taken in the early 1900s

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Pelham Crescent in Hastings in the early 1900s. The road is wider now, but not much else has changed. A fashionably dressed family group walking the dog on Hastings Promenade in the early 1900s. High seas at Hastings in the 1900s. This view was taken from the end of the Pier which is now being restored.