EPW054662 ENGLAND (1937). The High Street, Pinner, 1937

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Pennawd [EPW054662] The High Street, Pinner, 1937
Cyfeirnod EPW054662
Dyddiad 2-August-1937
Dolen
Enw lle PINNER
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 512248, 189651
Hydred / Lledred -0.37934879971092, 51.594036803312
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ122897

Pinnau

This was a 'stamp collectors' shop, certainly during the 70's and 80's.

Graham
Wednesday 30th of September 2020 04:53:42 PM
Ye Old Oak Tea Rooms in the '50s

OldBill
Tuesday 4th of February 2020 08:38:12 PM
These trees line the course of the River Pinn through the centre of Pinner (flowing downstream to the trees in the bottom left corner of this photo).

Tim C
Wednesday 14th of August 2019 04:29:38 PM

Tim C
Wednesday 14th of August 2019 03:44:05 PM
The Old Village Bakery

Tim C
Wednesday 14th of August 2019 02:54:05 PM
The Loudon Monument, erected by landscape gardener and horticulturalist, John Claudius Loudon (1783-1843), to the memory of his parents, William (d. 1810) and Agnes (died 1841).

Tim C
Wednesday 14th of August 2019 02:45:43 PM
United Free Church, Paines Lane

Tim C
Wednesday 7th of August 2019 04:22:57 PM
The Hand in Hand public house

The Laird
Saturday 6th of January 2018 12:40:33 AM
This building of 1878 was the Cocoa Tree, a temperance movement coffee tavern and social gathering place. At the time of this photograph, it was probably being used as the local Conservative club.

The Laird
Saturday 6th of January 2018 12:24:14 AM
Methodist Church

Mary Lee
Sunday 1st of December 2013 03:41:53 PM
This shed was the original 19th Century Pinner Fire Station

Roy Cousins
Sunday 17th of November 2013 11:19:36 AM
The Victory (originally The Ship). Demolished in 1958. Not to be confused with the later pub of the same name in an earlier building just around the corner in the High Street, which was previously a general store.

Roy Cousins
Sunday 17th of November 2013 10:56:50 AM
These railway sidings are now the location of Sainsbury's Pinner supermarket and car park.

Roy Cousins
Sunday 17th of November 2013 10:07:49 AM
The Queens Head in Pinner High Street

Roy Cousins
Sunday 17th of November 2013 09:54:51 AM
The Red Lion, Bridge Street, Pinner. Now a block of flats - "Red Lion Parade" - with shops below, but still the location of the main bus stop in Pinner.

Roy Cousins
Sunday 17th of November 2013 09:54:02 AM
The George public House. Demolished 2013.

The Laird
Tuesday 17th of September 2013 04:27:31 PM
I think this small building was actually on the site of the new railway bridge, built around 1960 alongside the original, to separate the Great Central (Chiltern) traffic from the Metropolitan Line.

The roof just below it on the edge of the photo is probably the George. The first George pub was demolished to make way for the original railway bridge in the late 19th Century and the "new" George was built nearby.

Roy Cousins
Sunday 17th of November 2013 10:05:51 AM
I believe that you're right, Roy. A close-up does not look like The George. I wonder what the building was. Are those petrol pumps in the front?

The Laird
Saturday 8th of February 2014 02:52:29 PM
St John the Baptist Church

Nick Pitt
Monday 26th of August 2013 09:58:39 PM
Pinner Station (Metropolitan Line)

Nick Pitt
Monday 26th of August 2013 09:57:50 PM