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Parting gift from deputy head with photos from Hammersmith school's yesteryear

Jamie Allen has found photos more than 100 years old and put them together for Brackenbury Primary School

Get out the history books... a blue plaque could make your house worth THREE TIMES more

Tamir Davies' study looks at how much value is added to homes by a blue plaque  - which show a link between the building a famous person from history

Concorde 40th anniversary: World famous aeroplane still looks good today

Former chief Concorde pilot Captain Mike Bannister says plane is looking 'ship-shape and remarkably good 40 years on'

In pictures: Alan Rickman's diverse career on screen

Look back at the incredible range of characters played by on-screen giant Alan Rickman during an acting career spanning five decades

David Bowie tributes: When Ziggy played guitar one last time in Hammersmith

Music fans have been rocked by the death of David Bowie. Getwestlondon looks at the photos and the background behind his most famous concert

Famous faces at Heathrow as airport celebrates 70 years

Our photo archives are full of photos of celebrities to have arrived or departed from the busy airport in its 70 years of operation. How many do you recognise?

Quiz of the year: How well do you know the roller coaster ride of 2015?

Test your knowledge of 2015 with our quiz as we look back on one of the most eventful years in recent times

Quiz of the year: How well do you know the events of 2015? Including music, TV, sport and current affairs

Take our quiz to find out how well you can remember the year's events as we look back at 2015

Ealing son documents mother's remarkable fight through Nazi Germany in new book

George Szlachetko has written of his mother's battle to save people during the Nazi regime and her time in camps

Exhibition to reveal 100 years of Harefield Hospital

From its early beginnings as a hospital for Australian WW1 soldiers to its present status as a world renowned heart transplant centre, Harefield Hospital has a remarkable tale to tell

From British Raj to Shepherd's Bush - secret of family's history and love of cooking revealed in new book

A tattered recipe book dates back 170 years and was created by Jenny Mallin's  great great great grandmother

How former Kew Gardens student helped design India's 'Garden City'

Gustav Hermann Krumbiegel, who studied at Kew in the early 1890s, went on to help design Bangalore's tree-lined avenues

Step back in time with amazing historical footage of London

The Associated Press and British Movietone are bringing more than one million minutes of history onto Youtube, including some incredible footage of the capital

An aerial view of the Wembley Cup Final 1935. A Metropolitan Police Autogyro (Cierva C-30) monitors security at the match between Sheffield Wednesday and West Bromwich Albion, which Sheffield Wednesday won 4-2.

See Wembley Stadium's dramatic transformation over the years

How much has Wembley Stadium and the surrounding area changed over the years? See for yourself...

Book tells story of US president who made Ealing his home

The little-known story of former American president John Quincy Adams' life in Ealing two centuries ago is the subject of a new book

Mystery behind wedding photo found at car boot sale

This photo - found in a pile of "rubbish" at a car boot sale - shows a happy World War One couple on their wedding day

Brave exploits of Fulham WW1 soldier remembered 100 years after his death

The National Army Museum is looking back at the life of Lance Corporal Val Lander

Wimbledon 2015: Take a look back at last year's tennis

Wimbledon fever is starting to hit... But did you catch all the action last year? Here's a look back at the 2014 tennis event

Tributes paid to founders of Fulham youth club on 70th anniversary

The Brunswick Club was set up British soldiers held in Oflag 79, near Brunsweig, during the Second World War

Oscar-winning film director's birthplace discovered in Chiswick

Famous film director Frank Lloyd has been included in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography - and he's a west Londoner!

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