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Quest to find old photos of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (Kew Gardens)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Hocken Jun 6, 2013.

Researching early photographers in Ealing
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcel Safier Jan 23, 2012.

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I am a private collector with relatively little experience but an unbridled passion for old photographs!

I have set up and run a website for identification of old photographs - see www.whatsthatpicture.com

A very small and fairly random selection of my vintage photographs can be seen in my galleries on Flickr

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Flickr Commons Celebrates 5th Birthday

Last week saw 5 years since the Library of Congress became the inaugural member of Flickr Commons. Since then it has grown to 56 institutions and just under 250,000 images. What's more over 28,000 images have had a location set, and over 50,000 have had an estimated date recorded. This has made it possible for me to do some interesting experiments…

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Posted on January 22, 2013 at 20:21

Public interpretation of old photos - new historypin.com website launched

For anyone who has an interest in public access to and interpretation of old images you might be interested in www.historypin.com which officially launched on Monday, after about a year in 'beta'.  The launch coincided with the availability of new features and also a mobile app (currently just for Android smartphones).  One of the key features is being able to discover the photographs taken at any location - including the ones taken near where you are…

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Posted on July 13, 2011 at 11:30

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At 18:32 on December 22, 2010, Alan M. Preston said…

Hello James, I've tried to reply to your message (ref: 1920's racing cars) BUT disappointingly your message/the message you responded to AND my ?Leica 250 Prototype blog have all disappeared from my 'My Page' overnight! BUT to try to answer your question:  unfortunately they are road cars at a Gymkana (so I cannot be of much help) .... if it had been a Grand Prix!

You could possibly try our old friend Bill Boddy at 'Motor Sport' magazine - they also have a keen interest in vintage motoring.  Alan M. Preston

 
 
 

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