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The Number 11 London Bus

In John Le Carré’s third novel, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, published in 1963, Liz Gold, asks Alec Leamus, the spy of the...

Forgotten Confectioners, Disappearing Chocolate Bars

The Christmas tradition of putting a plastic net bag of gold-foil wrapped chocolate coins in children’s Xmas stockings along with a satsuma or clementine...

Fry’s Five Boys

Fry’s Five Boys was a solid milk chocolate bar that was once the most recognised chocolate bar in the world. It was still being sold...

Festival of Britain 1951 at the South Bank & Battersea Pleasure Gardens

A Festival of Britain poster designed by Abram Games, who also designed the festival emblem in the centre, the Festival Star. On 3 May 1951,...

Diversions in the Eden Valley

It’s been a while since my last post but something I’ve been working on has turned out to be a much bigger task than...

Who Remembers the Children’s Gallery at the Science Museum in London?

The scary automatic door, the alarming burglar alarm, the spooky coal mine, the thump of the iron weights, the disappearing golden ball. Does anyone...

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