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Westminster Hospital opening April 1939 Featured City of Westminster Print

Westminster Hospital opening April 1939

A great event in hospital history the new Westminister Hospital will be open on 20th April 1939 by His Majesty King accompanied by Her Majesty The Queen. Westminster Hospital was a hospital in London, England, founded in 1719. In 1834 a medical school attached to the hospital was formally founded. In 1939 a newly built hospital and medical school opened in Horseferry Road, Westminster. Date: April 1939

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Marriage of Greville Worthington and Diana Duncombe Featured City of Westminster Print

Marriage of Greville Worthington and Diana Duncombe

A very tall groom, Mr William Greville Worthington (1903 - 1942) with his considerably shorter bride, Miss Mary Diana Duncombe (1905 - 1943) after their wedding at St. Margaret's, Westminster on 31 May 1927. The couple had four children together but divorced in 1942. In the same year, Worthington was shot by a sentry after not hearing him being asked to identify himself. The following October, his ex-wife Diana committed suicide. Date: 1927

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10587564

Car lift at a multi-storey car park BL19998 Featured City of Westminster Print

Car lift at a multi-storey car park BL19998

MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, 114 Wardour Street, Westminster, London. An early motor car, with a chauffeur in the driver's seat on a car lift. The Mitchell Motor Works and Garage was built in 1906 and offered 5 storeys of space for customers to garage their vehicles, which were moved by a system of lifts and turntables. The garage facility was aimed at Soho's theatregoers, as commuting any great distance by car was still relatively unknown. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Co. in 1907

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