The photographer took these photographs when he was just 13 years old using a Halina PET camera and Ektachrome film. He lived in Byfleet, a village approximately 20 miles outside of London. Between 1971 and 1987, he frequently visited the capital city by train.
The majority of these pictures were taken with Ektachrome film. This method allowed amateurs and professionals alike to process their films in the early 1940s. For decades, National Geographic used Eptachrome extensively for color photographs in situations where Kodachrome was too slow.
Have a look at these beautiful vintage Ektachrome of London in the 1960s. These photographs were taken from the photographer’s Flickr page.