From the 1700's

Posted by
AG (London, United Kingdom) on 20 May 2007 in Architecture.

These three riverside houses are in a settlement dating back to the 14th century but the buildings are, probably, from the 1700’s. I was able, here, to get a good view back from the river bed at an exceptionally low tide.

- The white house was occupied by an art printer in the early 1900’s and who actually had a printing press installed in the basement.

- The blue house was once the home of movie director John Guillermin (“Towering Inferno”, “Death on the Nile”, “The Blue Max”).

- The property with the red door was the home of Brian Reece, (1913-1962), the actor who some may remember as PC49 heard on 1950’s UK radio.

- AG

Camera: NIKON D70
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