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Drink Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 27 pictures in our Drink collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Glass of beer DP172342
Glass of beer DP172342
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Grand dinner JLP01_08_009072
Grand dinner JLP01_08_009072
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Retirement spread JLP01_09_762122
Retirement spread JLP01_09_762122
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Topping out ceremony JLP01_09_811082
Topping out ceremony JLP01_09_811082
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Sitting down for tea JLP01_08_090055
Sitting down for tea JLP01_08_090055
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office office party CANTEEN LAING SPIRIT CHILDHOOD
office office party CANTEEN LAING SPIRIT CHILDHOOD
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Site canteen JLP01_08_083796
Site canteen JLP01_08_083796
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Site canteen JLP01_08_083794
Site canteen JLP01_08_083794
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Cafe JLP01_08_021573
Cafe JLP01_08_021573
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Discussion JLP01_08_061409
Discussion JLP01_08_061409
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Beer hatch JLP01_09_783158
Beer hatch JLP01_09_783158
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Christmas Dinner OP07008
Christmas Dinner OP07008
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Discussion JLP01_08_061409 Featured Image

Discussion JLP01_08_061409

COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE, KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. Sir James Robertson, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Commonwealth Institute (right) and two other men drinking beer at the topping out ceremony reception.
Laing built the Commonwealth Institute between October 1960 and October 1962 to replace the former Imperial Institute that was to be demolished to make way for new facilities at Imperial College. The building consisted of a four-storey administrative block housing a library, restaurant, board room and conference hall and a separate two-storey b lock containing a cinema with an art gallery above, but the focus of the project was the exhibition hall with its hyperbolic paraboloid roof, the first of its kind constructed in Great Britain. The exhibition, designed by James Gardner, provided spaces where each of the Commonwealth nations could showcase their achievements and characteristics, primarily to school children as teaching aids to enliven history and geography lessons

© Historic England Archive

Celebration JLP01_09_781626
Celebration JLP01_09_781626
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Catering supplies JLP01_08_053299
Catering supplies JLP01_08_053299
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Brewing JLP01_08_066063
Brewing JLP01_08_066063
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On site catering JLP01_01_062_032
On site catering JLP01_01_062_032
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In the bar JLP01_08_067943
In the bar JLP01_08_067943
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Mugs of coffee N100377
Mugs of coffee N100377
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Hot chocolate and a muffin N100369
Hot chocolate and a muffin N100369
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Cream tea N100368
Cream tea N100368
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Hot chocolate N100361
Hot chocolate N100361
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Teacake with butter and jam and a pot of tea N100359
Teacake with butter and jam and a pot of tea N100359
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Cake and a cup of tea N100358
Cake and a cup of tea N100358
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Cake N100345
Cake N100345
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Celebration JLP01_09_781626 Featured Image

Celebration JLP01_09_781626

Peel Common Waste Water Treatment Works, Peel Common, Fareham, Hampshire. A group of workers toasting the launch of a twin barge from Woolston, Hampshire, for use in the construction of the Peel Common Sewage Works outfall at Browndown.
Laing Civil Engineering were contracted to construct the Browndown Outfall for the Southern Water Authority, as part of the South Hampshire Main Drainage Scheme for the treatment and disposal of sewage. Browndown Outfall is a 1km long underwater culvert which transports treated sewage from Peel Common Sewage Works, another contract carried out by Laing. The outfall was built in sections which were linked together in a chain on the seabed. The landward section of the outfall was cast in-situ in a temporary cofferdam

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Coffee N100342
Coffee N100342
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Ploughmans lunch with a glass of wine N100332
Ploughmans lunch with a glass of wine N100332
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Quiche with a glass of wine N100327
Quiche with a glass of wine N100327
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