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The Vintage Guide To London | December 17, 2017

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Explore London’s sites with Tally Ho! Cycle Tours

August 9, 2011 |

Tally Ho! Cycle Tours provide fun, small group, guided bike tours of London’s iconic sights and hidden wonders.  Using Twenties-styled British-built Pashley bicycles, cover ground easily and comfortably without breaking a sweat or getting sore feet.
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For rockabilly dolls: Collectif Clothing

July 10, 2011 |

London-based reproduction label Collectif Clothing has been making Forties and Fifties-inspired clothes for over 11 years, specialising in a diverse range of vintage-inspired dresses for pin-ups, rockabilly queens, psychobilly bitches and rock n’ roll lovers throughout London. Singer Imelda May is a huge fan – she’s worn her fitted Collectif dresses everywhere.
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For American classics head to The Diner

July 1, 2011 |

There are plenty of gourmet burger chains around London but if you’re after good, honest American classics in a Fifties-inspired atmosphere, head to The Diner.
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Buy now – mini vintage guides!

May 6, 2011 |

Fancy exploring some of the best vintage London has to offer? Well then download our beautifully designed mini e-guides.
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Fifties formica glory: Bar Italia

April 25, 2011 |

Founded in 1949, Bar Italia was one of the first Italian coffee bars in Soho, perhaps even the first as claimed by some.
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The Prohibition speakeasy: Positively 4th Street

April 17, 2011 |

Updated: this bar has now closed down

Situated five minutes from Warren Street Tube station, Positively 4th Street takes you back to the old Prohibition days of Thirties America. Heavily influenced by Art Deco with a subtle touch of Japanese culture, this bar offers … Read More