A couple of weeks before Great Britain marked its entry into the World War 2, Margaret and Denys Gardiner propelled their honeymoon trip around English countryside and managed to save memories through their 35mm camera. It was 75 years later, when couple’s grandson Barney Britton found the lost photographs in his grandma’s attic only to tell the world that, no matter what, vintage gives a fantastical feel.
1. Denys and Margaret were married in April 1939, at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Hampstead, London.
2. Photos were taken by groom’s cousin, Eldred.
3. Their cat, Edgar, also accompanied them in the journey.
4. A still from the Flamborough Cliffs in Yorkshire.
5. Margaret being greeted by local children.
6. Burning and cooling, simultaneously.
7. Having a picnic in Lincolnshire.
8. Denys taking a walk in Yorkshire.
9. Their Morris 8 Convertible.
10. The vintage edition of a traffic jam.
11. Passing through the town of Shernbourne.
12. A picturesque stop amid their journey.
13. Ended their trip before September 3, 1939, the day Britain declared war with Germany.
Barney Britton via DPREVIEW