Mixed in with my mom’s slides from Asia and the Middle East taken in 1962, 1964, and 1965 were a couple boxes of slides from 1967 when she traveled to the UK and Switzerland.
I like this scene from the UK (London presumably?) because it shows the old red double-decker buses, old cars, and late 60s fashion.
I was curious about the building advertisements. So I just learned that Bovril, in bold letters atop the building on the left, is a Marmite-like meat-based paste that people mix with hot water. On the right side of the photo, there’s an ad for Exide Batteries.
Best of all, I love the shift dresses the women on the left are wearing.