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Great photograph of children playing conkers in the school playground. via Mail Online

Kitsch, Grunge, Children, Retro, For Everyone, 1940s, Nostalgia, Messages, Dr. Who

Meet The Women Who Put Men On The Moon #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/2014/12/79444/meet-the-women-who-put-men-on-the-moon

with For we here at want to honor the incredibly badass Margaret Hamilton. In 1960 Margaret began working at MIT to develop meteorology software for predicting weather. She also aided in developing software

Great photo - do you remember school milk at your primary school? #nostalgia #schooldays #childhood #schoolmilk via Daily Express

The joy of a 1950s childhood

Great photo - do you remember school milk at your primary school? via Daily Express

A photograph showing a crowd of people waiting to take a snapshot photograph, taken in 1950 by F Greaves for the Daily Herald.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience.

Whistles Muse: As one of the first women to successfully tackle a tuxedo, Charlotte Rampling is famed just as much for her enigmatic on-screen performances as for her quintessential wardrobe.

♥ Vintage Inspiration ♥ Charlotte Rampling demonstrates how to do some Tuesday night chillin' in a snuggly jumper and specs!

Photograph was taken at the bottom of Bromley High Street (based on cars - 1966-70) On the left is the entrance to Bromley South Station. The ground floor of the tower block had that revolution in home design Habitat (the IKEA of its day) - and opposite it across the pedestrian square the Safeway supermarket where Gill and I did our weekly shop on a Friday night after work (1967-77)

Photograph was taken at the bottom of Bromley High Street (based on cars - 1966-70) On the left is the entrance to Bromley South Station. The ground floor of the tower block had that revolution in home design Habitat (the IKEA of its day) - and opposite it across the pedestrian square the Safeway supermarket where Gill and I did our weekly shop on a Friday night after work (1967-77)

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