From Leeds to London: portraits of English cities in the 1970s – in pictures
"In March 1978, old-steel roller Bill Hemmings was about to be shunted out of his native Attercliffe in Sheffield. He didn’t mind. If I was the last on my street, I don’t suppose I would either." photo Peter Mitchell
Can you believe how we used to live just 40 years ago?
Desolate: Terraced houses stand in a deferred demolition area in Salford, Manchester, in June 1971. The photographs, including the one above, have not been shown publicly since then following a 40 year restriction to protect the anonymity of the subjects.
Vendeur de de fruits et d'autres douceurs sucrées. / Fruits and candies seller.