Publications for Sale
A wide range of local history material may be viewed at our Local History Centre. Items for sale include books, postcards, maps and fact sheets.
Please contact us and make an appointment in advance of a visit.
- Postcards (black and white) 20p (50p)
- Postcards (Colour) 30p (55p)
- Multi-view colour postcard of Ealing, 50p
- Village Map of London colour postcard 70p
Packs of five postcards £1.00 per set:
Old Hanwell(2), Little Ealing, Old Twyford and Pitshanger, Old West Ealing, Southall and Norwood.
Cary's Middlesex map, 1786 50p (80p)
Ealing parish map 1822 50p (80p)
All these maps retail at £2.25 each, postage costs 20p per map
- Acton Town and Ealing 1864
- Ealing Common and West Acton, 1934
- East Acton etc 1871
- East Acton and Wormholt, 1913
- Greenford, 1894
- Greenford, 1939
- Hanwell Village, 1894
- Hanwell and Norwood Green, 1894
- Hanger Hill, 1935
- Perivale, 1894
- South Acton and Gunnersbury, 1893
- South Acton and Gunnersbury Park, 1934
- South Ealing 1894
- South Ealing 1934
- Southall 1894
Topographical: Acton, Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell, Northfields, Northolt, Perivale, Pitshanger Lane, Southall, West Ealing,
Subjects: Ealing since 1930, Education, Famous People, Farming and Industry, Leisure, Old Buildings, Peopling of Ealing, Shopping, Transport, Victorian Ealing, World War Two. Fact sheets cost 40p each. For customers ordering by post, please send a cheque for the appropriate amount. This is the price in brackets which covers postage. Please make cheques payable to 'The London Borough of Ealing' and send to Ealing Local History Centre, 103 Ealing Broadway Centre, The Broadway, London, W5 5JY.
If you have any queries, please contact the library on: 020 3700 1055 or email: email@example.com
For customers ordering by post, please send a cheque for the appropriate amount. This is the price in brackets which covers postage. Please make cheques payable to 'The London Borough of Ealing' and send to Ealing Local History Centre, 103 Ealing Broadway Centre, The Broadway, London, W5 5JY.
Contact: Dr Jonathan Oates, borough archivist and local history librarian email: firstname.lastname@example.org