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Part of the world's mighty gallery of pictures Bob Humm

Most of the photographs in this book were taken in 1977 and 1978 around Crossfields Estate in Deptford, an exciting time of creativity, activism and happenings.

The Deptford Dossier is published by Hummbug 110 London Road St Leonards-on-Sea East Sussex TN37 6LT [email protected] www.deptforddossier.com www.hummbug.net

Deptford High Street

Fun City, Sunday afternoon, rain.

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Deptford Creek

The power station from the bridge in Creek Road.

Holden House

Crossfields Estate.

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Patrik Fitzgerald

Poet and folksinger, performing his famous song Safety-Pin Stuck In My Heart subtitled "a love song for punk music".

Mechanix

Harry Bogdanovs and Jim Bamber on the cobbled street outside the Duke.

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Anti Nazi League demo

Outside the Moonshot

His "highness" drops in. Cool.

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Squeeze

Crossfields Festival. What has Chris Difford got on his feet?

Realists

Crossfields Festival, 1978.

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Tony DeMeur

Speedwell House ­ he forgot that we'd arranged to take some photos.

Realists

Deptford Broadway, admiring posters for Albany Empire gig and Anti-Sus Laws benefit. Also posters for Squeeze's single Take Me I'm Yours and Jools Holland's EP Boogie Woogie '78.

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Realists

Speedwell House, with poster for the Deptford Extravaganza.

UK Subs

Rock Against Racism gig at the Albany ­ a puzzled Charlie Harper looks on as the fans take over the show.

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The Red Lights

Rehearsing at home.

UK Subs

Rock Against Racism gig at the Albany Empire in Creek Road. Charlie gets his microphone back.

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Rocky

Sunny summer evening after being interviewed for Rock Against Racism's fanzine Temporary Hoarding.

Deptford Broadway

Some interesting names on the posters ­ the Motors, Jonathan Richman, Realists, Gregory Isaacs, Giant Haystacks, Gerry Cottle's Circus. The Oxford Arms in the background.

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Alan Dunn

A bass, a beard, a Realist.

Totter

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Mark Perry

With friend Andy Phillips.

Moonshot

The former Moonshot building in New Cross after the fire.

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Albany Empire

The day after the building in Creek Road was burnt down.

Rowan and Charles

Rowan Smith and Charles Hayward, Sunday night at the Brown Bear.

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Reggae Regular

Rock Against Racism gig at the Albany Empire in Creek Road.

Misty in Roots

Regulars at the Rock Against Racism gigs at the Albany Empire in Creek Road.

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Jack Balchin

Renowned record producer and coach driver pictured in Browne House in 1984.

Deptford Broadway

Deptford may not have inspired Piet Mondrian's painting Broadway Boogie Woogie but these public toilets are immortalized in Jools Holland's song Deptford Broadway Boogie.

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Debbie Bishop

Crossfields Festival.

The Duke

Bryn Burrows, Alan Dunn, Pete Butler and Paul Astles.

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Squeeze

Crossfields Festival, and another glimpse of Chris Difford's idiosyncratic footwear.

The railway line

Looking towards Greenwich from Browne House.

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Realists

Realists at home.

Deptford High Street

Photograph from the Deptford Book of Birds.

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Deptford Odeon

The parish church.

Deptford Power Station

The mighty cathedral.

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Dire Straits

The band on the beach at Greenwich photographed by Bo in 1978.

Mario Boyer Diekuuroh

Ghanaian singer and percussionist from Speedwell House.

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Douglas Way, Deptford

Market stall on the site of the new Albany Empire building.

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