Another few photos of the Hammersmith gyratory system, this specifically being Queen Caroline Street looking south toward the Gaumont Palace (Hammersmith Odeon).
The majority of the buildings to the left including the old Post Office had been razed to make way for the redevelopments over the years although the red bricked building to the far left is still there as seen in the google street view screen grabs.
The flyover was built in 1961, a year or so after this picture was taken.
Line up for the Picture Parade at the Gaumont Theatre Hammersmith.
Loving this BBC cameraman with a cigarette.
Members of the London Corinthian Sailing Club out on the river beside their club house in Hammersmith
Crowds gather to enjoy some bank holiday entertainment in Wormholt Park, White City.
A further set from another bank holiday in 1959 can be found here
I couldn’t find the location of this road joining Glenthorpe Road but the tower of St Paul’s hidden in the background hints at this street now being under the car parks and newly redeveloped Sovereign Court.
I imagine that the pics were taken as the street was about to be demolished to make way for the car park.
If you know more please let me know.
Saturday August 1st 1959
A park fete organised by the Hammersmith Civil Defence Association takes place in Wormholt Park.
“13 year old Robert Matthews takes ownership of his first car”
Kids playing around in a burnt out wreck in Raynham Road, Hammersmith. Late July 1959