In London’s Trafalgar Square, a policeman directs traffic at an intersection
A typical house of the era, covered in vines, in Warwickshire.
Alexandra Rose Day commemorates the arrival of Princess Alexandra of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, from Denmark to Britain, who would later marry King Edward VII. To mark the anniversary young women would sell paper roses, whose proceeds would go to Alexandra’s favorite charities.
A day at the beach. A young girl plays in the sand at Sandown on the Isle of Wight.
A young boy and his bicycle in Sussex, mailing a letter in a hedgerow postbox.
A young women mails a letter in Oxford.
In Ulverston, Cumbria two bus drivers pose in front of a tour bus.
In Cornwall, women buy Kelly’s ice cream, still popular today, from a vendor out of a converted car.
In Lancashire, a police constable greets local farmers gathering hay.
In Lancashire, two women rest from work to enjoy a picnic lunch in a hayfield.
The Cunard SS "Mauretania", in the docks of Southampton, Hampshire.
People boarding a double-decker bus in central London.