Wimbledon Southfields Through Time

Wimbledon   Southfields Through Time

This fascinating selection of photographs shows how Wimbledon and Southfields have changed and developed over the last century.

Author: Ron Elam

Publisher: Through Time

ISBN: 1445661055

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Page: 96

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This fascinating selection of photographs shows how Wimbledon and Southfields have changed and developed over the last century.
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The Railway Magazine

The Railway Magazine

The comprehensive character of the 22 ( f ) Hounslow via Chiswick . . “
mathematica ! ” train services provided on 28 ( 9 ) Hounslow via Richmond the
routes which have been operative for 34 Wimbledon via Southfields some time
past has ...

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076428836

Category: Railroads

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London s Local Railways

London s Local Railways

Some of these trains , particularly on Sundays , went through to Wimbledon . Ten
years later ... The onset of World War II saw the end of regular SR calls at
Wimbledon Park , Southfields and East Putney . From 16 October 1939 ...
observer in 1938 as the first through Wimbledon Park for a considerable time ) .
Steam - hauled ...

Author: Alan Arthur Jackson

Publisher: David & Charles

ISBN: STANFORD:36105037231748

Category: Railroads

Page: 384

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Categories: Railroads

Black s Guide to the History Antiquities and Topography of the County of Surrey etc Signed W H D A i e W H D Adams

Black s Guide to the History  Antiquities and Topography of the County of Surrey  etc   Signed  W  H  D  A   i e  W  H  D  Adams

The publicans at Wandsworth , Tooting , Battersea , Clapham , and Vauxhall ,
made a purse to give it character ; and Mr. ... The tourist will find the pleasantest
route to WIMBLEDON — our next point - to be by way of Southfields , through the
 ...

Author: Adam BLACK (Publisher, and BLACK (Charles) Publisher.)

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ISBN: BL:A0017877373

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Page: 571

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The Best American Sports Writing of the Century

The Best American Sports Writing of the Century

But in my time , if you didn ' t think you had a top - notch chance , you didn ' t
come over . To make big money out of tennis , you had to have the Wimbledon
title as part of your credits . I sold my car , a 1941 Chevrolet , so I could afford to
bring ...

Author: David Halberstam

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ISBN: UOM:39015047475663

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 776

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Spotlights some of the century's great moments in sports, in works by Red Smith, Damon Runyon, Frank Deford, John Updike, Hunter S. Thompson, Bob Considine, and A. J. Liebling
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My Journey through Time

My Journey through Time

We moved into a small flat in Wimbledon. It was a short walk from where they
hold the famous Wimbledon Tennis games. Actually, our new flat was between
Wimbledon and Putney. It was in a small town called Southfields. It was a tough ...

Author: Pauline Parkin

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1450279708

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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At the age of seventeen, Pauline Parkin fell in love with an American soldier who was serving in her native England. After a brief courtship, they married. An emotional upheaval ensued when the teenage bride left her home and family in England to begin her new life in the United States. Now, she shares her story in My Journey through Time. Evoking both tears and smiles along the way, Pauline offers an in-depth look at the times of her life. Dealing long-distance with the illnesses and, ultimately, deaths of her parents, Pauline shares the range of feelings that she experienced as she and her husband built their new lives together in her new country. Then, abruptly their lives change as well, and their marriage comes to an end. The end of her marriage leaves her struggling with two children. Without family support or work experience, she boldly reinvents herself as head of the household. As a single mother, her determination enables her to work two jobs and long hours, sometimes fourteen-hour days. Pauline’s life story offers a moving and inspiring testament to the strength of the human spirit.
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Time Out London Top 100

Time Out London Top 100

Wimbledon. To see the world's leading tennis stars slogging it out on the courts,
and indulge in the time-honoured strawberries and cream ... and No.2 Court at
the turnstiles every day from days one to nine of the tournament, while 500 tickets
are available over the entire 13 days for No.1 Court. ... Southfields tube or bus
493.

Author: Time Out Guides Ltd

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781407012162

Category: Travel

Page: 160

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This handy guide to every major sight and attraction in London slips easily into the pocket while also offering great breadth of coverage. From Buckingham Palace to the Olympic Park, all the sightseeing big-hitters are listed. There are things to do (including walks and river trips) and places to shop and eat. All 100 are brought to life by colour photography and pithy commentary.
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The Oxford Companion to British Railway History from 1603 to the 1990s

The Oxford Companion to British Railway History from 1603 to the 1990s

Professor Emeritus of History Jack Simmons, Jack Simmons, Gordon Biddle. staff
tram services , which grew rapidly from the 1890s . It is dif from South Wimbledon
or Southfields stations through ficult to see how the Football League , with its ...

Author: Professor Emeritus of History Jack Simmons

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: UOM:39015040629613

Category: Transportation

Page: 591

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This is the first encyclopaedia of British railways to deal comprehensively with their impact on British life from the 17th century to privatization in the mid 1990s. Over 600 entries by 88 expert contributors describe all aspects of operation, working, and management, including the social, technical, economic, and geographical changes the railways brought and continue to bring about.
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Wimbledon

Wimbledon

The Official History of the Championships John Barrett All England Club ...
SPECIAL SERVICE SOLJWELS STI ANT TIMBLEDON TERVIS Slazenger By
now Wimbledon was a bustling London ... acre site from Wimbledon station on
foot , and at Church Road the addition of the underground station at Southfields
made the ...

Author: John Barrett

Publisher: Marshall Pickering

ISBN: PSU:000054348448

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 468

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Cover the history of the Wimbledon Championships from their start in 1877 to the present day.
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Time Out London

Time Out London

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Publisher: Penguin Books

ISBN: 014029404X

Category: London (England)

Page: 412

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This edition has been comprehensively revised and updated by a London-based team of writers and researchers. it provides listings information and informed critical comment on all that London has to offer. interesting suburbs; information on accommodation for all budgets; reviews of the capital's best shops; arts and entertainment; and restaurants, bars and pubs in one of the world's top cities for eating and drinking.
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Labyrinth

Labyrinth

A Journey Through London's Underground by Mark Wallinger Louise Coysh ...
Date opened 1889 Lines District Labyrinthfamily Opposed Location Station
entrance Like its neighbour at Wimbledon Park ... Each year, Southfields station
undergoes a brief makeover at the time of the tournament; in 2006, for example,
all of the ...

Author: Louise Coysh

Publisher: Art / Books

ISBN: 9781908970169

Category: Art

Page: 320

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London's underground railways are an expression of the spread and diversity of the most international of capitals. Indeed, for many Londoners, the subterranean network is the very essence of the city, its arteries carrying the pulse of urban life from the heart of the metropolis out to its farthest extremities and beyond. How to capture that breadth in one work of art? How to celebrate a single system while also reflecting the millions of lives that it transports every day? That was the challenge facing Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger. His response was to create a vast, permanent work of public art across the entire network, layered with rich cultural and historical references. In each of the Underground's 270 stations, he placed a uniquely designed labyrinth, an ancient symbol representing spiritual and imaginative voyages akin to the countless circuitous journeys made on the Tube. Designed by the award-winning studio Rose, Labyrinth: A Journey Through London's Underground by Mark Wallinger is a compelling record of this extraordinary project. But more than that, it is also a vivid celebration of the London Underground and of London itself. Striking photographs of all the labyrinths in situ reveal the diverse face and fabric of the network and its users, while fascinating 'I-never-knew-that' facts about each station and their surrounds bring surprising perspectives to the daily commute. Transport historian Christian Wolmar tells the story of the emergence and development of London's subterranean rail network and the important role it has played in shaping the metropolis and those who live in it. Novelist Will Self responds to Wallinger's piece with a personal reflection that takes us into the depths of memory and through the disorientating effects of urban life; while writer and academic Marina Warner, in conversation with the artist, explores the historical and mythological significance of the labyrinth and places the project in the context of Wallinger's practice. Much more than a document of the creation of a work of art, this book is also a unique portrait of a system that keeps London going, the very lifeblood upon which it depends and thrives.
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The Railway Engineer

The Railway Engineer

saving , which can also be made by our railways , is to be added the greater
saving that our railways can make by the adoption ... Southfields " for Wimbledon
Common is scarcely a mile from the last named station , and has similar
accommodation to “ Wimbledon Park , " so does not call for detailed description .
... substantial , but at the same time cheap and easy to erect , and therefore very
economical .

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ISBN: UCAL:C2622245

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The London Gazette

The London Gazette

now “ And with the like consent of the said Edward | Wandsworth , from the parish
of Saint Anne , Stuart , Bishop of the said diocese ... law immediately from and
after the time when as aforesaid , and that the fees to be received this Order shall
have been duly published ... Your Majesty by the new parish of Saint Paul ,
Wimbledon chapter ninety - four of the Act of the thirteenth Park , Wandsworth ,
both in ...

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ISBN: UCAL:C2553957

Category: Great Britain

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Categories: Great Britain

Library Association Record

Library Association Record

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ISBN: UCAL:B4161744

Category: Bibliography

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Proceedings of the 22d-33d annual conference of the Library Association in v. 1-12; proceedings of the 34th-44th, 47th-57th annual conference issued as a supplement to v. 13-23, new ser. v. 3-ser. 4, v. 1
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Experimental Mechanics for Schools

Experimental Mechanics for Schools

From ( 1 ) by squaring wo = w . ? + 2w , . at + a2t2 = w . ? + 2a0 . . EXAMPLES VI .
Miles . Station . Time . dep . Wimbledon - - Wimbledon Park - Southfields - East
Putney - - Putney Bridge Parson ' s Green Walham Green West Brompton Earl ' s
 ...

Author: Fred Charles

Publisher:

ISBN: CHI:48679145

Category: Mechanics

Page: 288

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The Railway News

The Railway News

They also wanted an extension of time for the construction of various small
domestic railways in connection with their docks ... At that time the population of
Southfields was 3,500 , and it was now over 25,000 ; Wimbledon had increased
from ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105026243803

Category: Finance

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Time Out London

Time Out London

From here you can hardly miss Wimbledon Common, a huge, wild, partly wooded
park that is crisscrossed by paths and ... Church Road, SW19 5AE Contact 8946
6131, www.wimbledon.org/museum Transport Southfields tube or bus 493.

Author: Editors of Time Out

Publisher: Time Out Guides

ISBN: 9781846704260

Category: Travel

Page: 416

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The 21st edition of Time Out London will help visitors to navigate the 2000 year old city, from the many must visits through to the eccentricities and particularities that give London its flavor. Time Out keeps you abreast of the latest in terms of cultural events, entertainment, restaurants, shopping, bar and pub scene, as well as taking you to the out-of-the-way neighborhoods in the throes of gentrification. Day trips and local excursions are also recommended, as rolling hills, seaside walks and ancient cities are all within your grasp. Whether your stay is brief or lengthy, Time Out will help you make the most of your time.
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Time Out London Guide

Time Out London Guide

Wimbledon Stadium Plough Lane, SW17 (0181 946 5361). Wimbledon ...
Nothing at all to do with circular mints, Polo is an undeniably glamorous sport
with more than a dash of elitism. However ... Wimbledon Park or Southfields tube.
As you ...

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Publisher: Time Out Guides

ISBN: UCSC:32106012741929

Category: London (England)

Page: 346

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Categories: London (England)

London

London

It ' s a state - of - the - art presentation , with plenty of video clips to let fans of the
game relive their favourite moments . ... WIMBLEDON COMMON Running on into
Putney Heath , Wimbledon Common covers 440 hectares of south London , and
is a wonderful ... O Wimbledon , then bus 93 Another unexpected sight , this time
found in a residential neighbourhood half a mile from Wimbledon Village , is as ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105120220921

Category: London (England)

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Categories: London (England)