Lord Strabolgi (left) with Mr R Vincent Lewis - Clerk to the Mablethorpe and Sutton
Lord Strabolgi (left) with Mr R Vincent Lewis - Clerk to the Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea Urban District Council, at an exhibition opened by Mr Fred Marshall - Parliamentary Sec to the Ministry of Town and Council Planning at the Royal Empire Society Hall, London. Planning authorities saw scale models and drawings of an entire reconstruction scheme to make Mablethorpe and Sutton o n Sea the most modern holiday centre in the country.
2 May 1946
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother has given permission for the robes worn by Princess Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother has given permission for the robes worn by Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at the coronation of their father King George VI to be shown in the United States. They are to be included in the collection of representative coronation robes and regalia which Mrs. Langley Moore exhibited at Hutchinson House, London, and later in the United States. The exhibition is to raise funds for the Museum of Costumes of which she is the founder.
Photo shows Miss Vevie Wilcox of Sydney, Australia, studying the model of the new High Paddington project estimated at about 8 million pounds which was on view at the exhibition. Paddington's main terminus will run below it. Photo dated 24th November 1952.
High Paddington Scheme - a paper will be read by Sergei Kadleigh A.R.I.B.A. at the
High Paddington Scheme - a paper will be read by Sergei Kadleigh A.R.I.B.A. at the Royal Society of Arts, John Adam Street, Adelphi, London, W.C. A model of the scheme is being displayed in the Society's Library. The High Paddington Scheme illustrates the principal of using land for more than one purpose in redevelopment by showing how it is possible to house 8, 000 people with full amenities on the site of Paddington Goods Yard, London.
Photo shows a model of the scheme which shows the entrance to the Goods Yard and the built up site around it. 11th March 1953.