In another rare colour image from the archive, workmen are seen throwing sand to the snow covered carriageway of Richmond Way in Shepherd’s Bush, just a few metres to the south of Shepherd’s Bush Green.
Uncertain of the date but I will guess 1961-1963ish.
Looking south down the street the Duke of Edinburgh pub is to the left hand side. This pub closed a few years ago.
A small flock of seagulls rest along the north side of the Thames opposite a fully operational Battersea Power Station.
Image taken looking east along Grosvenor Road toward Chelsea Bridge.
This colour image was from 14th April 1966 when a snowstorm hit the country.
This was taken from a small number of colour transparencies which are spread across the year of 1966.
A fruitseller battles with the elements on the streets of west London.
Trolleybus 666 passes southbound along Askew Road in the snow.