Admiralty Arch and The Mall, 20 February 1960. "Where's the traffic?" asks Klaus Bogstad, who took the picture aged 16.
Trafalgar Square, taken the same day, 20 February, 1960, also taken by Klaus.
Newcastle beach, County Down, 1967. Ann Marie McMurray, who is holding the ball, says: "Mum is 77 years old now and thankfully has stopped wearing pearls to the beach!"
Jennifer Bowmaker, Jean Langham and Alan Abbott play monopoly in a caravan in Weardale, Co Durham, in 1967. Submitted by Keith Abbot from Stafford.
Julian Baker, 10, with family on holiday in Guernsey in 1962. "We are wearing our school uniform because that's what we did back then when we needed to look a bit smarter."
Graham Harvey with mother Janet at their new home in Frindsbury, Kent, in 1965. New homes had no lawns, fences, drives or garages, says Graham. They were installed later.
"1969, when computers were computers, and took up a room the size of a tennis court!" says Chris Beard, here with colleagues at Honeywell's Datacentre in Middlesex.
Impromptu car repairs at the side of the road in Weardale, County Durham, 1968. Submitted by Keith Abbott.
"These were my friends at King Edward VII Grammar School in Market Harborough in 1963," says Ruth Thomas. The school was built in 1908 and fronted by classical columns.
Adrian Vranch, 11, (second from left) with his brothers and sister in a garden in Frome, Somerset, winter 1963. He was off school for six weeks due to frozen lavatories.
A seventh birthday party in Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex, in 1969. Patricia Estes, who now lives in California, is the girl on the right.