A view of Bexley Road from Coldharbour Place.Showing the rear of the building on the right which fronted onto Bexley Road, and was the local offices of the Amalgamated Engineering Union.
View of Erith High Street showing Boots the chemist in the background, prior to redevelopment in 1966.
View of Erith High Street showing the Westminster Bank in Erith High Street, prior to redevelopment in 1966.
View of the Cross Keys Public House on Erith High Street.
View of Erith High Street, looking towards the River Thames, prior to redevelopment in 1966.
Looking up Bexley Road from the juction with Cross Street. On the left can be seen the rear of Electricity House. Followed by the single storey building which was the Providence Baptist Chapel. The square building is the Wheatley Arms public house The spire of Christ Church can be seen between the buildings.
Looking from the Causeway towards the river wall the upper part of the Running Horses public house in Erith High Street can be seen.
Looking towards the river, Bexley Road at its junction with Cross Street. The Rose and Crown public house is on the left.
Looking from the Riverside Gardens to Erith Police Station. The building on the left belonged to the River Police
Taken from the Railway Bridge looking towards the river. The Wheatley Arms public house can be seen dominating the scene. Erith Town Hall can be seen on the left.
Lower High Street from Riverside Gardens.On the left the Police Station,looking up the hill to the Cross Keys public house