Good one Mike. Thanks for doing those. Re this: "May 2004 The row of trees on the left hand side of Barnwell Road have grown so much over the past century that they almost completely obliterate the view! Obscured behind the foliage is the modern housing which replaced the Victorian terrace and the shop/pub is now a private residence. The shop and row of houses on the right have been replaced by late GLC housing". "GLC blocks of flats" would be more accurately descriptive than "GLC housing" I reckon. Also, not "modern housing" exactly. In fact an old people's home (late 80s/early 90s - perhaps better photographed when there are less leaves on those trees. In winter you can see it's the same trees and see the building behind). The shop/pub was only ever a shop. I remember it as a shop and remember the interior too. It wasn't a converted pub. Maybe you could mention that one of the two turreted buildings in the distance remains on Railton road, and that relates to the pic of Railton by Effra Parade in which you can see the decorated, turreted corner buildings more clearly. (Incidentally the other one blew up about 20 years ago in a gas explosion, leaving the turret flattened and unfolded in the road and bricks everywhere).