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Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Flower sellers CC97_00872

Flower sellers CC97_00872
Flower sellers outside the Royal Exchange, City of London. These Victorian flower sellers are in a a prime location located by the Royal Exchange building of 1844

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Victorian drawing room BL12849B

Victorian drawing room BL12849B
Bidston Court, Birkenhead. Victorian interior of the drawing room looking towards the windows and fireplace. Bidston Court was built in 1891 by the Liverpool architects Grayson & Ould

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Windmill, Norfolk a98_15877

Windmill, Norfolk a98_15877
HORSEY STAITHE, Norfolk. This mill was built in 1912 to replace a Victorian one. The shutterless sails power a water-pump, which helps to manage the low-lying Norfolk countryside

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Lord Frederic Leightons studio BL13088

Lord Frederic Leightons studio BL13088
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) which is now a museum. Interior view of the studio displaying recently completed works

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Hall, Leighton House BL13081

The Hall, Leighton House BL13081
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896). Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) which is now a museum

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Leighton House BB83_00708

Leighton House BB83_00708
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) and now a museum. View of the exterior of the house designed by the owner and George Aitchison

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Empire Music Hall BL10924

Empire Music Hall BL10924
THE EMPIRE PALACE THEATRE, Newgate Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Described as the " Empire Music Hall", this interior detail shows the Ceiling

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: John Rylands Library DD59_00090

John Rylands Library DD59_00090
JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Manchester. Interior view along one of the gallery corridors at clerestorey level. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in 1900

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Leicester Public House BL13152

The Leicester Public House BL13152
THE LEICESTER PUBLIC HOUSE, New Coventry Street, Westminster (Threadwell and Martin architects). Interior of the first floor Wine Room. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in May 1895

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Leicester Public House BL13151

The Leicester Public House BL13151
THE LEICESTER PUBLIC HOUSE, New Coventry Street, Westminster (Threadwell and Martin architects). Interior of the Saloon Bar. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in May 1895

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Streatham Hill Pumping Station BL13026

Streatham Hill Pumping Station BL13026
STREATHAM HILL PUMPING STATION. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in March 1895

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Thames boathouse BL11138

Thames boathouse BL11138
THE ISLET, Court Road, Maidenhead Court, Berkshire. Looking over the backwater at the end of the garden towards the boathouse attached to the main house. Electric launch in the foreground

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Birmingham Law Courts BL11042

Birmingham Law Courts BL11042
VICTORIA LAW COURTS, Corporation Street, Birmingham. Centre block and end in perspective. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in September 1891

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Terraced houses a064780

Terraced houses a064780
A terrace of four-storey houses decorated in the neo-classical style, including projecting porches with columns and balconies above them, probably in Kensington

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Osborne House, Council Room J070030

Osborne House, Council Room J070030
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view of the Council Room looking towards the fireplace and mirror. Some items shown maybe on loan from the Royal Collection

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Osborne House, Durbar Room J060014

Osborne House, Durbar Room J060014
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view of one of the doors below the gallery in the Durbar Room. Some items shown maybe on loan from the Royal Collection

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Lexham Gardens, Kensington a064841

Lexham Gardens, Kensington a064841
LEXHAM GARDENS, Kensington, London. A view looking along Lexham Gardens from the north with the Hotel Lexham at Nos. 32 to 38 in the foreground. Photographed by John Gay in 1964

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Royal Albert Hall DD97_00168

The Royal Albert Hall DD97_00168
ALBERT HALL, London. A view of the hall from Hyde Park with horse-drawn carriages in the foreground. The concert hall opened in 1871 and was partly financed by a 999-year leasehold of over 1

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Examination Schools, Oxford K991484

Examination Schools, Oxford K991484
EXAMINATION SCHOOLS, Oxford. Entrance front on Merton Street. Built in 1882 and designed by architect Sir Thomas Jackson

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge K991432

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge K991432
FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, Cambridge. Exterior view with pond in the foreground

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: St Marys Church K940843

St Marys Church K940843
ST MARYs CHURCH, Studley Royal, North Yorkshire. Interior view of the decorated roof of the sanctuary. Gothic Revival

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: St Pancras Station J890064

St Pancras Station J890064
ST PANCRAS STATION, London. Exterior view of the station at dusk

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: 1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00015

1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00015
1862 EXHIBITION, Kensington, London. The 1862 Exhibition was the successor to the Great Exhibition of 1851. A temporary exhibition venue was built on Cromwell Road. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Tower Bridge J060038

Tower Bridge J060038
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Tower Bridge and the river Thames. Vapour trails in the sky with " Gherkin" Swiss Re Tower framed by bridge

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Albert Memorial J860024

The Albert Memorial J860024
THE ALBERT MEMORIAL, City of Westminster, London. View from the South West, pre-restoration

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Tower Bridge 21766_11

Tower Bridge 21766_11
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Aerial view

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Osborne House J020104

Osborne House J020104
OSBORNE HOUSE, East Cowes, Isle of Wight. An exterior view of the Clock Tower, the Main Wing and the Pavilion from the South East

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Paddington Station K030819

Paddington Station K030819
PADDINGTON STATION, Eastbourne Terrace, City of Westminster, London. An interior view looking along the train shed arches

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Brodsworth Hall J970242

Brodsworth Hall J970242
BRODSWORTH HALL AND GARDENS, South Yorkshire. Exterior south and east fronts

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Palace Pier K011028

The Palace Pier K011028
THE PALACE PIER, Brighton, East Sussex. View of the pier at sunset

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Education Committee Distribution Centre Office

Education Committee Distribution Centre Office
Wintery shot of the former school now offices, Newcastle upon Tyne. IoE 304372

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: The Ashmolean Museum and the Taylor Institute

The Ashmolean Museum and the Taylor Institute
Built in 1841-45 to Neo-Greek design. IoE 245853

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Methodist Chapel

Methodist Chapel
Primative Methodist Chapel of 1838, Derbyshire. IoE 82626

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace CC97_01549

Crystal Palace CC97_01549
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A view of the palace from the south east looking over the grounds (late 19th century). It was built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Pedestrian Subway, Crystal Palace Parade DP232791

Pedestrian Subway, Crystal Palace Parade DP232791
Crystal Palace Parade, Crystal Palace, Bromley and Southwark, Greater London. Byzantine-style vaulting in red and cream brick and chequered floors in alternating stone

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace FF91_00333

Crystal Palace FF91_00333
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. These giant figures depicting the Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II, copied from the temple at Abu Simbel

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110261

Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110261
GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851, Hyde Park, Westminster, London. Crystal Palace. Opening of the Great Exhibition. Interior etching by G Cruikshank. Proof engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace interior DP004613

Crystal Palace interior DP004613
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A circa 1859 view of the giant figures which dominated the tropical transept at the north end of the Crystal Palace

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace FF91_00334

Crystal Palace FF91_00334
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The interior of the vast nave of the Crystal Palace, which was over 100 feet high and about three quarters of a mile long

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace EPR003819

Crystal Palace EPR003819
Crystal Palace, Sydenham, London. A catastrophic fire destroyed most of the building in November 1936. Brunels water towers were still standing until they were demolished during the Second World War

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace DP004626

Crystal Palace DP004626
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The fountains playing in the courtyard of the Alhambra Court at the Crystal Palace are based on the Lion Fountain in the Court of the Lions in the Alhambra Palace

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace entrance arcade a98_06470

Crystal Palace entrance arcade a98_06470
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, Greater London. Interior view showing the entrance arcade from the station below the Crystal Palace Parade. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace DP004606

Crystal Palace DP004606
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The interior of the vast nave of the Crystal Palace, viewed from the gallery above the Queens Screen at the south end

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace Park EAW140921

Crystal Palace Park EAW140921
Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, Penge, Greater London, 1964. Crystal Palace Park, and site of Crystal Palace. TQ3470

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace Park 35099_049

Crystal Palace Park 35099_049
Site of the Crystal Palace and the National Sports Centre, Penge, Greater London Authority, 2021

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Dinosaurs in the park 35099_041

Dinosaurs in the park 35099_041
Prehistoric animal sculptures on islands and on land facing the lower lake at Crystal Palace Park, Penge, Greater London Authority, 2021

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Steps to the Crystal Palace 35099_006

Steps to the Crystal Palace 35099_006
Garden steps leading to the terrace at the site of The Crystal Palace, which was destroyed by fire in 1936, Penge, Greater London Authority, 2021

Background imageVictorian Architecture Collection: Crystal Palace park 35098_049

Crystal Palace park 35098_049
Site of The Crystal Palace, which was destroyed by fire in 1936, and the Crystal Palace Transmitting Station, Penge, Greater London, 2021



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