Townly Cooke's memorial exhibition at the Lewisham Arthouse, 2017:

Townly Cooke mentioned in the Discerning Eye Newsletter, 2016:

Townly Cooke's photograph featured in The Greenwich Phantom blog, 2013:

Invite 100, an exhibition organised by Mary Louise Evans and Townly Cooke in 2013 to mark the 100th anniversary of Deptford Central Library, now the Lewisham Artrhouse:

Townly Cooke's photograph in the exhibition Café Life at the Juggler, London, 2005:

Greenwich etc Photographs - an extensive archive of Townly Cooke's Greenwich photographs:

Townly Cooke was a silent movie enthusiast and an avid collector of cinematic ephemera from the era. His vast collection, which includes rare stills from now lost films have been bequeathed to the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum in Exeter, England. Highlights from the collection are on display in an exhibition at the museum until September 2019.
The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum website
Video about the Exhibition

The collection can also be studied on the museum's Online Database.

painting of Tower bridge in London

Tower Bridge, acrylic on board