1930s’ architecture comes to the parks of Whitehaven (above) and Swindon (below).
Listed at Grade II*, the Daily Express building on Fleet Street is one of the finest examples of Art Deco in England.
It was one of three buildings built in the style for the newspaper, the others are in Manchester (1939) and Glasgow (1936).
This gorgeous bit of 1930s design is the terminal at Ramsgate Airport. Its curved frontage was regarded as revolutionary, allowing more aircraft to park close by. Ramsgate Airport closed in 1968 and is now an industrial park, minus A Pleydell-Bouverie’s elegant building.
This Paul Colin poster dates from 1933 and is clearly attractive enough to persuade weekend smokers to smoke Week End cigarettes.
Of London and in London, a fabulously dilapidated deco clock from a Shoreditch knitwear factory, photographed by @ShopfrontElegy in 2004.