Drury Court, London, viewed from Drury Lane and showing its junction with Wych Street. On the left corner is Symonds, whose trade isn't clear, but the higher sign offers tea and coffee rooms. Partway down a quieter Drury Court than seen above right, sunshine slashes across the street. Almost beside it a street light stands in the middle of the road. A painting by another artist explains it more clearly: the rest of the Court is pedestrian only - the lamp marks where carts have to bear right
First train Rayner's Lane, on no, Heathrow! Is what we used to say when waiting for a train home on the Piccadilly line. I lived on the Rayner's Lane branch, not the Heathrow but it always seemed as thought there were more Heathrow bound trains.