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Exeter Fine Art Print Collection

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15 Fine Art Prints

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter Cathedral bomb damage BB42_00740

Exeter Cathedral bomb damage BB42_00740
EXETER CATHEDRAL, Devon. On the night of 3-4 May 1942 a bomb fell on the Chapel of St James in the south choir aisle of the cathedral, causing considerable damage to the late 13th-century fabric

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Civet Cat Exeter CTP02_01_04

Civet Cat Exeter CTP02_01_04
High Street, Exeter, Devon. A view of the Civet Cat at 228 High Street, from the south-west, photographed in the 1860s or 1870s

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter Cathedral 27886_016

Exeter Cathedral 27886_016
Exeter Cathedral, Devon. SX9292/182

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: St Sidwells Church, Exeter 1942 BB42_03938

St Sidwells Church, Exeter 1942 BB42_03938
EXETER, Devon.The remains of St Sidwells Church on Sidwell Street after bomb damage during the Exeter blitz, photographed by Margaret Tomlinson in 1942

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: St James Park, Exeter EAW688403

St James Park, Exeter EAW688403
ST JAMES PARK, Exeter. Home of Exeter City Football Club. Photographed in April 2001. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00712

Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00712
Exeter, Devon. A view looking towards the remains of the terrace of houses comprising numbers 25-36 Southernhay West showing bomb damage

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter bomb damage OP07079

Exeter bomb damage OP07079
EXETER CATHEDRAL, Cathedral Close, Exeter, Devon. View looking east towards Exeter Cathedral from the tower of St Mary Arches Church, showing an area of bomb damage following the bombing in 1942

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter 1942 BB42_00714

Exeter 1942 BB42_00714
Exeter, Devon. A perspective view of the Georgian facade of 27-32 Southernhay West in 1942. Bomb damage. The rest of the terrace has been destroyed as part of the Baedecker raids

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00707

Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00707
Exeter, Devon. Bomb damage on the north side of Bedford Circus looking towards Southernhay and the spire of Southernhay Congregational Church

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00706

Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00706
Exeter, Devon. A view looking east along the High Street from the roof of Dellers Cafe showing the burnt out Church of St Lawrence in the foreground

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter EPW024101

Exeter EPW024101
Exeter, Devon. The saw mills and engineering works at the Canal Basin. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in September 1928

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter 27887_018

Exeter 27887_018
Exeter, Devon. Aerial view across the city looking down river towards the sea. SX9192/110

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: No 1 Dixs Field, Exeter - after BB42_00718

No 1 Dixs Field, Exeter - after BB42_00718
No 1 Dixas Field, Exeter, Devon, 1942. Bomb damage photographed by Margaret Tomlinson (1905-'77) for the National Buildings Record. Silver gelatin glass plate negative

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: No 1 Dixs Field, Exeter - before BB42_00611

No 1 Dixs Field, Exeter - before BB42_00611
No 1 Dixas Field, Exeter, Devon, 1942. Pre-bomb damage. Photographed by Margaret Tomlinson (1905-'77) for the National Buildings Record. Silver gelatin glass plate negative

Background imageExeter Fine Art Print Collection: Exeter 1942 BB42_00717

Exeter 1942 BB42_00717
EXETER, Devon. Bomb damage. Remains of two houses destroyed on Southernhay West. Blown off shutters lean against the railings on the surviving balcony


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