Share your pictures of SE23


#72

Cranston in the snow.
Taken a few years back…


#73

Just a quick beyond shot of Westshore beach in North Wales…
Might get this made into a canvas print for the living room.
(breaking myself back into the forum gently)


#74

Photo taken a week after I’ve moved to SE23 this year. Gaynesford Street Festival.


#75

From Macao - a really groovy restaurant - lets hope they open a brancn in SE23.


#76

This is SE14, Telegraph Hill Upper taken on one of Lewisham Cyclists’ Tuesday evening bike rides. We had just ridden through SE23 and were on our way back through it again. Does that count?


#77

It’s a gorgeous photo, in sure it counts :slight_smile:


#78

I would love to know what they thought they were saying that came out as “rinse rinse boiler”. “Double-boiled rice”, like “twice-cooked chips”???


#79

Camberwell New Cemetery this evening:


#80

A couple of recent shots…


#81

Something of a curio, London in the 1950s by car


#82

Fantastic! Imagine driving for as long as 1m30s or even 2 minutes at a time and not even having to stop for traffic.

Anyone know where those shots were?

A surprising number of cars, actually, I thought.

Thanks for posting, @squashst!


#84

I’m pretty sure the first two shots were in Chelsea down by the river (Chelsea Walk) and the last one was around Kensington High Street.

If it was anywhere east or south of Central London, you’d have seen many bomb sites still waiting to be rebuilt.


#85

Morning spider Web in the sun on Perry Vale


#86

A lovely picture my mum sent me of Horniman Gardens back in the 1890’s.


#87

Great photo. Are those sheep in the background / what are they?


#88

Feb 2009 in Honor Oak:


#89

This was our boating pond which is now paved over at the bottom of Meadow Field. Lovely view of the bandstand as well.
Thanks for this @Clair.


#90

@HornimanMuseum give us back our boating pond!
:speedboat:
:laughing:


#91

Grow Mayow July 2016


#92

View towards South London from the top floor of the Walkie Talkie building. If you squint very hard you can see the two Crystal Palace masts. By naked eye I could see all the way to Croydon.