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The Belfast Wheel and City Hall, Donegall Square, Belfast, by night

Thomas, Sir Alfred Brumwell (1848-1948)
NOTES: The wheel was installed on the east side of Belfast City Hall in 2007. The City Hall was designed in Baroque Revival style by Alfred Brumwell Thomas in 1896-1906.

Woburn Abbey: visitors' funfair and attractions

NOTES: Woburn Abbey became the seat of the Russell family in 1547 and of the Dukes of Bedford from 1694. The Abbey was largely rebuilt between 1744 and 1790 by Henry Flitcroft and Henry Holland. The house and park were opened to the public in 1955.

Pinnacle of the London Eye, South Bank, London

David Marks & Julia Barfield

Funfair Piazza, Festival Pleasure Gardens, Battersea, London

Tisdall, Hans
NOTES: The Funfair Piazza was designed by Hans Tisdall in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain's Pleasure Gradens at Battersea.

'Flying machine', Festival Pleasure Gardens, Battersea, London

NOTES: The Festival Pleasure Gardens at Battersea were designed as part of the Festival of Britain in 1951.

Fairground workers constructing Gray's roundabout, Hampstead, London

NOTES: This was almost certainly the Gray familyÔÇÖs fairground in the Vale of Health, Hampstead Heath. During the 1930s Edwin Smith and his wife Olive Cook lived next to this site and knew the Gray family well.