The Old Tram and the Boy – Thames Embankment, 1952


When I was twelve, the trams stopped running forever so I took this picture with my box camera while the driver of number 72 posed for me. I loved going out with my dad on Sunday mornings for a ride trough the Kingsway Tunnel and out onto the Embankment. It was even more exciting if we managed to get the front seat on the top deck where I could imagine I was driving the tram.

Black & White silver gelatin photography – default resin coated paper (fibre based available for an additional charge).

* Photo was taken with an original box camera, so the picture clarity may not be optimal and the image sizes do not exactly match the ISO standard shapes. *

This print is available in the following paper (not image) sizes and editions:
A0: 841 x 1189 mm | Edition: 10
A1: 594 x 841 mm | Edition: 10
A2: 420 x 594 mm | Edition: 20
A3: 297 x 429 mm | Edition: unlimited
A4: 210 x 297 mm | Edition: unlimited


A0, A1, A2, A3, A4

Paper type

Resin Coated, Fibre Based

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