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Background imageArch Collection: Mow Cop Castle

Mow Cop Castle
Ruinous folly built as a summer house. IoE 273340

Background imageArch Collection: Tyne Bridge at night N080496

Tyne Bridge at night N080496
TYNE BRIDGE, Newcastle upon Tyne / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. Night view of the Tyne Bridge with The Sage music centre beyond

Background imageArch Collection: Wembley Stadium 24391_008

Wembley Stadium 24391_008
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. Aerial view. New Wembley was completed in 2007 with a capacity of 90, 000. It replaced the old Empire Stadium as Englands national football arena

Background imageArch Collection: Tyne Bridges N080495

Tyne Bridges N080495
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE / GATESHEAD, Tyne and Wear. Twilight view up river towards the Swing Bridge, High Level Bridge and Tyne Bridge

Background imageArch Collection: Paddington Station a061937

Paddington Station a061937
PADDINGTON STATION, London. Elevated view showing passengers awaiting the arrival of a train on Platform 2 at Paddington railway station. John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageArch Collection: Euston Arch a98_05420

Euston Arch a98_05420
EUSTON ARCH, Euston Station, Euston Road, Camden Town, London. Traffic outside the Euston Arch. The arch was designed by Philip Hardwick in 1837 as part of a screen

Background imageArch Collection: Peterhouse College, Cambridge K991428

Peterhouse College, Cambridge K991428
PETERHOUSE COLLEGE, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. View of the arcade with bicycles

Background imageArch Collection: John Rylands Library, Manchester A42_01435

John Rylands Library, Manchester A42_01435
JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Manchester. Interior view. A staircase in the John Rylands Library in the University of Manchester. It was endowed in memory of John Rylands, a textile manufacturer

Background imageArch Collection: Durdle Door K020291

Durdle Door K020291
DURDLE DOOR, West of Lulworth, Dorset. View of the eyelet looking east

Background imageArch Collection: St Etheldredas Church, Hatfield a054112

St Etheldredas Church, Hatfield a054112
ST ETHELDREDAs CHURCH, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. View showing a tractor being driven through the 15th century west tower doorway of the church during preparations for the harvest festival in 1960

Background imageArch Collection: Durdle Door sunset K020292

Durdle Door sunset K020292
DURDLE DOOR, West of Lulworth, Dorset. View of the eyelet looking west at sunset

Background imageArch Collection: Millennium Bridge N080492

Millennium Bridge N080492
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, Newcastle upon Tyne / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. Floodlit view of the Millennium Bridge at twilight with The Sage and Tyne Bridge beyond

Background imageArch Collection: Chatsworth House a069788

Chatsworth House a069788
CHATSWORTH HOUSE, Chatsworth Park, Chatsworth, Derbyshire. A view from river level looking through one of the arches of the Three Arch Bridge over the River Derwent in Chatsworth Park

Background imageArch Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Brunels landmark bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, Bristol. IoE 379208

Background imageArch Collection: Kings Cross Station a072950

Kings Cross Station a072950
KINGs CROSS STATION, London. The front of steam locomotive engine No. 60006 (The Herring Gull, renamed the Sir Ralph Wedgewood on 6th January, 1944) standing at a platform in Kings Cross Station

Background imageArch Collection: Wembley Stadium 24391_026

Wembley Stadium 24391_026
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the stadium and surrounding area

Background imageArch Collection: Tombland Alley, Norwich a98_07528

Tombland Alley, Norwich a98_07528
TOMBLAND ALLEY, Norwich, Norfolk. This view looks through the archway under 14 Tombland, a mid 16th-century house built for Augustine Steward, a former mayor of Norwich

Background imageArch Collection: Norham Castle K971958

Norham Castle K971958
NORHAM CASTLE, Northumberland. The keep and inner ward from the south-west, seen through the south curtain wall of the outer ward

Background imageArch Collection: Belsay Quarry Garden K021165

Belsay Quarry Garden K021165
BELSAY HALL, CASTLE & GARDENS, Northumberland. View of Great Arch in the Quarry Garden with rhodedendrons in flower

Background imageArch Collection: Railway Viaducts a98_05399

Railway Viaducts a98_05399
RAILWAY VIADUCTS, Chapel Milton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire. View of the twin railway viaducts at Chapel Milton. Photographed by Eric de Mare in 1954

Background imageArch Collection: Tyne bridges, Newcastle a55_04312

Tyne bridges, Newcastle a55_04312
THE TYNE BRIDGES, Newcastle upon Tyne. A view from Newcastle quayside of the Tyne Bridge opened in 1928 by King George V. In the distance the Swing Bridge designed by William Armstrong

Background imageArch Collection: Wellington Arch a98_05917

Wellington Arch a98_05917
WELLINGTON ARCH, Westminster, London. Detail view of Wellington Arch (also known as Constitution Arch or the Green Park Arch) showing two columns. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980

Background imageArch Collection: Millennium Bridge, Gateshead / Newcastle upon Tyne N080490

Millennium Bridge, Gateshead / Newcastle upon Tyne N080490
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, Newcastle upon Tyne / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. General view of bridge at night

Background imageArch Collection: Euston Arch, London CC97_01007

Euston Arch, London CC97_01007
EUSTON ARCH, London. View of the arch at Euston Station with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The arch was built by Philip Hardwick in 1837

Background imageArch Collection: Victoria Station a061841

Victoria Station a061841
VICTORIA STATION, Westminster, London. Elevated view inside the train shed at Victoria railway station looking along a near empty platform and out towards the city. John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageArch Collection: Brinkburn Priory K030534

Brinkburn Priory K030534
BRINKBURN PRIORY, Northumberland. Interior view of the church looking towards the stained glass window at the East end

Background imageArch Collection: Admiralty Arch 1923 BL26970_009

Admiralty Arch 1923 BL26970_009
ADMIRALTY ARCH, The Mall, Westminster, London, photographed from the roof of the Grand Hotel in February 1924. Containing offices and residential accommodation

Background imageArch Collection: Rievaulx Abbey J060222

Rievaulx Abbey J060222
RIEVAULX ABBEY, North Yorkshire. The arches and buttresses of the north side of the abbey church

Background imageArch Collection: Smithfield Market entrance BL25748

Smithfield Market entrance BL25748
SMITHFIELD MARKET, London. A 1921 view of the grand entrance archway to Sir Horace Joness Smithfield Meat Market which opened in 1868

Background imageArch Collection: Panini - Statues in a Ruined Arcade J920083

Panini - Statues in a Ruined Arcade J920083
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Twickenham, Richmond, Middlesex. " Statues in a Ruined Arcade", reputedly the Gallery of Sculptures in the Baths of Caracalla

Background imageArch Collection: Panini - Roman Landscape with the Arch of Constantine J920081

Panini - Roman Landscape with the Arch of Constantine J920081
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Twickenham, Richmond, Middlesex. " Landscape with the Arch of Constantine " 1738 by Giovanni Paolo Panini (1691/2-1765)

Background imageArch Collection: Fountains Abbey J940477

Fountains Abbey J940477
FOUNTAINS ABBEY, North Yorkshire. Interior reconstruction drawing by Alan Sorrell

Background imageArch Collection: Kings College, Cambridge K991393

Kings College, Cambridge K991393
KINGS COLLEGE, Kings Parade, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. View of the front gate with post box to the right

Background imageArch Collection: Buckingham Palace K060089

Buckingham Palace K060089
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, London. Changing of the Guard. Soldiers marching

Background imageArch Collection: Housesteads Roman Fort J000113

Housesteads Roman Fort J000113
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS ROMAN FORT (VERCOVICIUM), Northumberland. A reconstruction drawing of the east gate (porta praetoria) by Philip Corke. hadrian

Background imageArch Collection: Clovelly harbour K011622

Clovelly harbour K011622
CLOVELLY, Devon. View through arch to the harbour with cobbled street and boats on the shingle beach

Background imageArch Collection: Furness Abbey J930339

Furness Abbey J930339
FURNESS ABBEY, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria. The vaulted vestibule leading to the Chapter House

Background imageArch Collection: Lindisfarne Priory J880069

Lindisfarne Priory J880069
LINDISFARNE PRIORY, Northumberland. View of the nave in the priory church with decorated pillars

Background imageArch 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 imageArch Collection: The Great Hall Norwich, 1942 a42_03739

The Great Hall Norwich, 1942 a42_03739
The Great Hall, Oak Street, Norwich, Norfolk. The interior of a first floor room in The Great Hall at Flowerpot Yard showing bomb damage

Background imageArch Collection: Panini - St Paul preaching at Athens N070481

Panini - St Paul preaching at Athens N070481
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " St Paul preaching at Athens" 1737 by Giovanni Paolo PANINI (1691-1765). WM 1505-1948. Pannini

Background imageArch Collection: Doorway arch DP031894

Doorway arch DP031894
ST PETERs CHURCH, Bromyard, Herefordshire. Detail view of the south Norman doorway

Background imageArch Collection: Balcombe Viaduct a98_05398

Balcombe Viaduct a98_05398
BALCOMBE VIADUCT, West Sussex. Built in 1841, the Balcombe Viaduct over the River Ouse on the London-Brighton line north of Haywards Heath is 1

Background imageArch Collection: Wellington Arch with Duke of Wellington statue DD97_00320

Wellington Arch with Duke of Wellington statue DD97_00320
DUKE OF WELLINGTON STATUE, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, London. A view of the Wellington Arch on Hyde Park Corner, built by Decimus Burton in 1828

Background imageArch Collection: Rochester Castle K011726

Rochester Castle K011726
ROCHESTER CASTLE, Kent. Interior view. The mural gallery surrounding the upper half of the Great Hall

Background imageArch Collection: Wellington Arch N090054

Wellington Arch N090054
THE WELLINGTON ARCH, Hyde Park Corner, London. View of the arch, floodlit for a hospitality event

Background imageArch Collection: Rievaulx Abbey J070047

Rievaulx Abbey J070047
RIEVAULX ABBEY, North Yorkshire. The arches on the south side of the presbytery from the east end of the abbey church - autumn sunshine

Background imageArch Collection: Wellington Arch K040526

Wellington Arch K040526
THE WELLINGTON ARCH, London. A floodlit view from the west at night. The triumphal arch was designed by Decimus Burton and was completed in 1830



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