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Post: #1
05-01-2010 01:47 PM


I am trying to find some old photographs of HOP - like the ones they have in the chippie on the high street,with a view to buying a print to hang up in my house. Can't seem to source any at all, so if anyone knows where I can get one, I'd be very grateful.

Many thanks,


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Post: #2
06-01-2010 01:05 PM

I picked one of these prints (showing the corner of Brockley Rise and Stanstead Road where The Honor Oak is now) up from a stall at Leadenhall Market. I believe it's regularly there on a Friday - they specialise in prints of old London street scenes.

If you're able to get into the City that ought to be a good place to start.

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Post: #3
06-01-2010 02:17 PM

Here?s a couple of pictures of Honor Oak Park:

To see, and download, larger images click each picture, or go to Flickr. It would also be worth going to the Lewisham Local History Centre, which has a large collection of early photographs of the area.

For a random selection of items on local history visit my blog at:
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Post: #4
11-01-2010 07:48 PM

Wow! It looks really posh! All those street lamps look really smart. I don't suppose we could use our locality grant to get them reinstated...Wink

Steve, as ever, comes up trumps!

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12-01-2010 11:31 AM

Just seen this - many thanks Steve, these are great.

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Post: #6
01-12-2013 07:25 PM

I've just seen these photos, has anyone else got any old photographs of Honor Oak Park.
I know the chippie in HOP as a larger collection in their shop.

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