The Ferrous Archive is a growing collection of vintage or ephemeral photography and photographica, with an enthusiastic emphasis on early colour processes such as autochrome, Kodachrome, and Ektachrome.
I seriously love tracking down what these locations look like today, I suppose one of the attractions of Britain for me is the slow passage of time. In my part of the world, whole cities are barely 100 years old, and very few buildings have survived even a few passing decades. But see how little Freeman St. in Grimsby has changed since June 1974: Street View without Doris and Mavis. Whatever made the old girls take this photo? World of Pine didn't even exist back then! Grimsby - what a name. Who'd ever call a town Grimsby?