On this page is the current list of postcards that we have for sale in the Local History department.
To access the list of postcards or any of the other types of items for sale, click on one of the following links:
Paying for a Postcard
The current prices for the various types of postcards are listed in the table below.
|Black & White||20p|
|Multi-view of Ealing, colour||50p|
|Village Map of London, colour||70p|
|Sets (pack of 5 cards)||£1.00|
LH01: Stanhope Park, Greenford, demolished, c.1933.
LH02: Greenford from Horsenden Hill, showing the Old ‘Ballot Box’, c.1930.
LH03: Junction of Ruislip Road and Windmill Lane, Greenford, c.1926.
LH04: The old ‘Red Lion’ and Village Mission, Greenford, c.1917.
LH05: Brent Cottages, Greenford, c.1912.
LH06: Greenford Village Green, c.1930.
LH07: Hoover Factory, Perivale, c.1939.
LH08: Church Farm and Perivale Church, c.1902.
LH09: Perivale Church, c.1903.
LH10: Sandringham Parade, Ealing Broadway, c.1913.
LH11: The Mall, Ealing, c.1905.
LH12: Uxbridge Road, Ealing, showing the Railway Hotel and Christ Church, c.1905.
LH13: Ealing Broadway GWR and Diesel Stations, 1920s.
LH14: The High Street and the Green, Ealing, c.1910.
LH15: St. Mary’s Road, Ealing, c.1900.
LH16: Uxbridge Road, West Ealing, showing junction with Drayton Bridge Road, c.1914.
LH17: The Mall, Ealing, c.1935.
LH18: Cleveland Road, Ealing. Motor bus at start of journey to Hook, Surrey.
LH19: Ealing Broadway, looking west, c.1935.
LH20: Winscombe Crescent, Brentham Estate, Ealing.
LH21: Playing tennis, beyond Woodfield Crescent looking east.
LH22: Denham Road looking towards Brentham Institute.
Outing of Brentham Horticultural Society, c.1930.
LH23: The Broadway, Hanwell, c.1930.
LH24: High Street, Acton, view east, Barclays Bank on left, c.1912.
LH25: Church Road, Acton, looking south. Baptist Church on right.
LH26: Northolt village: old pump and church, c.1928.
LH27: Northolt: The ‘Plough’ branch library with the new ‘Plough’ on left, c.1950.
LH28: The village green, Northolt showing the ‘Crown Inn’.
LH29: Grand Union Canal, Northolt, c.1920.
LH30: Southall railway station, c.1905.
LH31: Opening ceremony of LUET to Acton, outside Southall Town Hall. c.1901,
LH32: Trolleybuses at the Broadway, view west, c.1960.
LH33: Acton High Street, view east from the junction with the Steyne, c.1952.
LH34: The Vale, Acton, view east, Acton park on the left, c.1921.
LH35: St. Mary’s Church, Acton, from Churchfields Road west, 1905-7.
LH36: ’Duke of Sussex’, Acton Green, 1905-7.
LH37: Haven Green, c.1910.
LH38: View from Cleveland Road, Ealing, towards Perivale.
LH39: Argyle Road, junction with Cleveland Road, Ealing, view north.
LH40: St. Mary’s Church, Ealing, c.1900.
LH41: Parish Church, St. Mary’s Hanwell, c.1905.
LH42: Uxbridge Road, Hanwell, view east, c.1905.
LH43: Hanwell Broadway, view west, c.1950.
LH44: Greenford Avenue, previously Cuckoo Road, Hanwell, view north, c.1910.
LH45: St. Mary’s Church, Northolt, c.1920.
LH46: Northolt Park, race-course, looking towards Petts Hill, 1934.
LH47: Old Manor House, Southall, late 1920s.
LH48: Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Norwood Green.
LH49: The Smithy, East Acton, c.1905.
LH50: The Globe Cinema, High Street, Acton, c.1925.
LH51: King Street, Acton, from the High Street, c.1954.
LH52: Ealing Broadway, view east, c.1890.
LH53: Ealing Broadway, view east, c.1909.
LH54: St. Mary’s Road, looking north, c.1929.
LH55: The Avenue, West Ealing, early 1900s.
LH56: Northfield Avenue, Ealing, between Graham and Mayfield Avenues, c.1926.
LH57: Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, c.1935.
LH58: Oldfield Lane, Greenford, opposite the Holy Cross Church, c.1900.
LH59: Greenford Village, c.1920.
LH60: Oldfield Lane, Greenford, view north, c.1929.
LH61: Central London District (Cuckoo) Schools, Hanwell.
LH62: High Street, Southall, looking west, c.1905.
LH63: The Palace Cinema, later the Liberty, South Road, Southall, c.1929.
LH64: Three Bridges, Windmill Lane, Southall, c.1905.
Ealing Studios aerial view, c.1953.