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Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Station Master BB98_05551

Station Master BB98_05551
STATION MASTER, Finmere Station, Oxfordshire. In 1898-99 the Great Central Railway Company (formed 1897) created a main railway route from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Gertrude Jekyll c. 1901 OP01502

Gertrude Jekyll c. 1901 OP01502
The garden designer, Gertrude Jekyll, beside the terrace bridge at Deanery Garden, Sonning, The Deanery (or Deanery Garden) is a house designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in Sonning, Berkshire

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Butlers Wharf c. 1910 BB87_09668

Butlers Wharf c. 1910 BB87_09668
BUTLERs WHARF, Shad Thames, London. View of the gantries c. 1910. Unknown photographer

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames BB87_09745

Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames BB87_09745
BUTLERs WHARF, Shad Thames, London. A cargo of bananas in specially ventilated crates is unloaded and transferred into the warehouse via a conveyor belt while two foremen in bowler hats look

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Children labelling tins of tea c. 1910, Butlers Wharf BB87_09690

Children labelling tins of tea c. 1910, Butlers Wharf BB87_09690
BUTLERs WHARF, Shad Thames, London. From 1921 children had to be at least 12 years old before they could work full-time, though some of these boys look younger

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Pay day, Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames BB87_09666

Pay day, Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames BB87_09666
Pay day at Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames, London. A line of workmen collect their wages from a hatch, while a security guard looks on. Photographer unknown, c.1910

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Edwardian music room, Thornton Manor BL17551

Edwardian music room, Thornton Manor BL17551
Thornton Manor, near Port Sunlight, Merseyside. Edwardian interior of the music room, which was added in 1902. A large organ is built in over a seating area to the right

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Queens College, Oxford CC51_00352

Queens College, Oxford CC51_00352
QUEENs COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A 1903 view looking west along the south arcade of the front quad with parked bicycles belonging to members of the college

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Sessions House, Preston BL18224

Sessions House, Preston BL18224
SESSIONS HOUSE, Lancaster Road, Preston, Lancashire. The interior of number 1 court at the County Sessions House. The court house was built between 1900 and 1903 to the designs of Henry Littler

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Daily Telegraph Office, Fleet Street 1913 BL22128_04

Daily Telegraph Office, Fleet Street 1913 BL22128_04
DAILY TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Fleet Street, London. Interior view. The linotype room in the Daily Telegraph Office in the City of London

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Shoreham harbour BB060004

Shoreham harbour BB060004
Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. Two horse-drawn ballast carts in the sea beside the slipway of Stow and Son Yacht Builders, Shoreham Harbour. Photographed by E J Bedford between 1905 and 1925

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: St Giles Fair, Oxford CC49_00539

St Giles Fair, Oxford CC49_00539
St Giles Fair, Oxford, Oxfordshire, September 1905. Photographed by Henry William Taunt (1842-1922) on silver gelatin glass plate negative

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Selfridges Department Store 1909 BL20507

Selfridges Department Store 1909 BL20507
SELFRIDGES DEPARTMENT STORE, Oxford Street, London. Selfridges Department Store in Oxford Street is photographed here soon after it opened in 1909. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere in May 1909

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Abel Beesley, University Waterman in 1901 CC71_00075

Abel Beesley, University Waterman in 1901 CC71_00075
FISHER ROW, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The waterman Abel Beesley on his punt full of bundles of rushes with old Pacey Bridge in the background. Photographed by Henry Taunt in 1901

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85

Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and River Thames taken from the balloon Corona on 22nd May 1909 at 4:30pm

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Finmere Station, Oxfordshire 1904 BB98_05550

Finmere Station, Oxfordshire 1904 BB98_05550
FINMERE STATION, Oxfordshire. The Great Central Railway Company built this station on the line from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London in 1898-9

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Didcot Junction in 1904 CC97_02192

Didcot Junction in 1904 CC97_02192
DIDCOT, Oxfordshire. Looking from the east at a signal box towards the junction station, with an engine approaching and a line of carriages to the right

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Sessions House, Preston BL18223

Sessions House, Preston BL18223
SESSIONS HOUSE, Lancaster Road, Preston, Lancashire. The interior of the assembly hall at the County Sessions House. The court house was built between 1900 and 1903 to the designs of Henry Littler

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Horse-drawn trams, Oxford c. 1905 CC73_01178

Horse-drawn trams, Oxford c. 1905 CC73_01178
HIGH STREET, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Two horse-drawn trams passing in the street with advertising panels attached to the roofs

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Car lift at a multi-storey car park BL19998

Car lift at a multi-storey car park BL19998
MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, 114 Wardour Street, Westminster, London. An early motor car, with a chauffeur in the drivers seat on a car lift

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London DD60_00223

Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London DD60_00223
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, Old Bailey, London. The Central Criminal Court at the Old Bailey, taken from Holborn Viaduct. The present building, designed by Mountford and opened in 1907

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Children pose for the camera a97_05492

Children pose for the camera a97_05492
A thatched cottage, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire. A group of people pose for the camera in front of thatched cottages. Photographed by Alfred Newton and Son 1904

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Shoreham harbour BB060002

Shoreham harbour BB060002
Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. A partly submerged horse-drawn ballast cart in the sea off Shoreham Harbour, in front of the premises of Stow and Son Yacht Builders

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Butlers Wharf BB87_09741

Butlers Wharf BB87_09741
BUTLERs WHARF, Shad Thames, London. Crates of goods wrapped in straw for protection are unloaded in London and set on the conveyor belt to the warehouses

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Kitchen, New College, Oxford, 1901 CC49_00204

Kitchen, New College, Oxford, 1901 CC49_00204
NEW COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Cooks at work in the college kitchens. The men are preparing joints of meat and a spit of chickens is leaning against the wall, ready to be roasted

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Dog collecting money BL20502

Dog collecting money BL20502
Dog collecting money, Westminster, London. A dog sits on a table collecting funds outside Haxells Hotel in The Strand, 1909. Bedford Lemere

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Harvest AA97_05926

Harvest AA97_05926
Harvesting with a mechanical harvester near Hellidon, Northamptonshire. Alfred Newton and Son July 1902

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Forestry, Princes Risborough a97_05315

Forestry, Princes Risborough a97_05315
Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. Mr Smith and horse team at work in the woods. This hard-working team are hauling and carrying bundles of brushwood from a steep wooded slope

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Wrestlers CC49_00511

Wrestlers CC49_00511
St Giles Fair, Oxford. Four female wrestlers, an unusual spectacle, posing outside their stall at St Giles Fair, watched by a large crowd. Photographed by Henry Taunt September 1909

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Woods Restaurant a97_05220

Woods Restaurant a97_05220
Woods Restaurant, Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland. Interior with group seated at a table and waiting staff. Photographed by Alfred Newton & Son, 1902

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Faringdon Cattle Market CC97_02236

Faringdon Cattle Market CC97_02236
MARKET PLACE, Faringdon, Oxfordshire. The cattle market underway, with the Salutation Inn to one side and the churchyard to the other. Faringdon was granted a market in 1218

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Sandwich board men 1910 BL21037b

Sandwich board men 1910 BL21037b
WARDOUR STREET, London. A line of men standing outside Mitchell Motors Company (114 Wardour Street), wearing sandwich boards advertising United International Motors Ltd

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: The Ring, Southwark a61_01218

The Ring, Southwark a61_01218
THE RING, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London. The Ring was originally the Surrey Chapel until it closed in 1881. It was then a boxing arena from 1910 and was destroyed during the Blitz

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Office work. D M Gant, turf accountant BL_20490_03

Office work. D M Gant, turf accountant BL_20490_03
An interior view of a crowded office. D M Gant was a turf accountant based at 25 Conduit Street, London. Photographed by Adolphe Augustus Boucher, a photographer for Bedford Lemere & Co, 1 April 1909

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Two children collecting water at a water pump MCF01_02_0182

Two children collecting water at a water pump MCF01_02_0182
Two children collecting water at a water pump in Cheddar, Somerset. Photographed by Katherine J. Macfee, 11th May 1907

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06816

Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06816
Rotherhithe Tunnel, Shadwell, London. A view of the bulkhead from inside during construction. One of a series of prints documenting work on the road tunnel beneath the Thames (1904-08)

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Robin Hoods Larder BB98_02554

Robin Hoods Larder BB98_02554
SHAMBLES OAK, Sherwood Forest, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire. An informal portrait of a woman standing beside the base of the Shambles Oak in Sherwood Forest, also known as Robin Hoods Larder

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Excavating the Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06818

Excavating the Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06818
ROTHERHITHE TUNNEL, London. The construction of the Rotherhithe road tunnel under the Thames between Rotherhithe and Shadwell was begun in 1904 under the direction of Sir Maurice Fitzmaurice

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Venton East Square, St. Just, Cornwall a97_07634

Venton East Square, St. Just, Cornwall a97_07634
A view of Mrs Barnes and others outside houses on Venton East Square, St. Just, Cornwall. 1901. Photgraphed by Alfred Newton and Sons

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Shoreham harbour BB060001

Shoreham harbour BB060001
Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. A horse-drawn ballast cart in the sea off Shoreham Harbour. Photographed by E J Bedford between 1905 and 1925

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Hull Guildhall CC73_03004

Hull Guildhall CC73_03004
Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, City Of Kingston Upon Hull. Exterior view from the south-west of the Guildhall, with pedestrians and a tram in the street

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: At the village water pump a97_05320

At the village water pump a97_05320
BARTON HARTSHORN, Buckinghamshire. General view showing people collecting water from the village water pump. A woman is helped by a young girl while two well dressed ladies look

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: May Day procession in Oxford 1912 BB71_02946

May Day procession in Oxford 1912 BB71_02946
MAGDALEN BRIDGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The Halls Brewery drays at front of the Oxford May Day processions in 1912. The procession has just passed over Magdalen Bridge

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Ox roast, Osney Bridge, Oxford 1902 CC72_02169

Ox roast, Osney Bridge, Oxford 1902 CC72_02169
OSNEY BRIDGE, Oxford. A large crowd of people gathered for an ox-roast to celebrate the coronation of Edward VII, with the river Thames in the background. Photographed by Henry W Taunt in 1902

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Fishermen, Falmouth Pier CC56_00752

Fishermen, Falmouth Pier CC56_00752
FALMOUTH PIER, Cornwall. View of fishermen unloading their catches with boats moored in the background. Edwardian era photograph by Henry Taunt

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: The Kings Men CC72_02440

The Kings Men CC72_02440
The Kings Men, Rollright Stones, Oxfordshire. Two women in Edwardian dress near the largest stone in the circle. Legend states that the monument was formed when a king

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Billiard Hall 1903 BL17646

Billiard Hall 1903 BL17646
THURSTONs BILLIARD HALL, Leicester Square, London. Interior of the match room, with seating for spectators. Numbers 45 and 46 Leicester Square were rebuilt in 1902 to 1903 to the designs of E

Background imagePhotos of Edwardian England Fine Art Print Collection: Shoreham harbour BB060003

Shoreham harbour BB060003
Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. A partly-submerged horse-drawn ballast cart in the sea off Shoreham Harbour. Photographed by E J Bedford between 1905 and 1925



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