Lower Bexley Road looking across towards the High Street. William Cory's cranes and floodlights can be seen in the background.The building in the right corner of the photo is the Amalgamated Engineering Union offices that stood at the junction with Cross Street.
Looking from Bexley Road across Cross Street with parked cars,towards the lower High Street.The rear of the Running Horsespublic house can be seen as can the old Flour Mill. The Swimming Pool is under construction
Lower Bexley Road. The entrance to Jack Clarkes garage can be seen on the left with it's many signs. Most of the house in Bexley Road have been demolished. Christ Church can be seen in the centre background.
During demolition looking towards Bexley Road where the original Erith Police Station and stable block can be seen at the junction with Coldharbour Place. The tower of the Odeon Cinema is in the right background.
Looking towards lower Bexley Road. The original Erith Police Station is on the extreme left. The detached building is the Station stable block
Photograph taken from the upper floor or roof of White Hart public house looking up Bexley Road across the roof of the Post Office. The Salvation Army Hall can be seen on the right. The spire of Christ Church is in the background.
Looking across to lower Bexley Road. The Amalgamated Engineering Union building stands behind the parked car. The Wheatley Arms public house and the spire of Christ Church are in the background.
Looking up Clare Road from Cross Street. The shop of the right hand side was last occupied by George Gilbert, a local photographer
The remains of Mansfield and Wadlow Printing Works off Clare Road.The rear of the Running Horses public house can be seen . The River Thames makes up the background.