It is assumed the cartoon is topical because legislation has just come in making it an offence not to have rear reflectors on a motor vehicle.
In this photo, (above), Hans Richard has photographed the two co-students that he photographed in Downing Street, in Chapter 5.
This double exposed negative/print may have been deliberate, but it is doubtful. It combines a queue waiting for a bus, and a platform at Notting Hill Gate tube station. The film wind on may have been badly slipping, or occasionally not winding on at all, on his Exakta camera. In a later excursion down the Thames to Southend his Exakta packs in altogether, and he has to have it repaired.
Hans Richard also had two pages headed “Paddington Station”, which was his nearest mainline station to his digs in Chepstow Road. Unfortunately all eight, uncaptioned, photos have been removed. The dry spots of Uhu glue is all that is left, indicating that there were eight photos in the spread. As with the missing photos of warships, either the ebay vendor of the Scrapbook removed them for separate selling, or Hans Richard removed them and put them into a Trains and Railways themed scrapbook.
“The Queue, od. Die Schlange.” The Queue, or The Snake.
This is a variant of the photograph Hans Richard took that is in the section Oxford Street, Chapter 3. A very tall man is in the queue waiting for a bus.
“Pflasterkünstler und Sandwichmen.”
Pavement artists and Sandwich men
“London Pool.” The Pool of London.
Rönnskär, Stockholm foreground
The boat on the right is the MV Tunis.
Cannon Street station in the background. Note the ‘for export’ Morris Minor vans on the deck.
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