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Background imageGovernment Collection: Westminster Palace a98_05990

Westminster Palace a98_05990
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, Greater London. A print showing the destruction by fire of the Houses of Parliament on the night of 16 October 1834, seen from the River Thames

Background imageGovernment Collection: Hampton Court Palace DD57_00149

Hampton Court Palace DD57_00149
GREAT HALL, Hampton Court Palace, Richmond-upon-Thames, London. The Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace was built for Henry VIII in 1523-4 to replace Cardinal Wolseys hall

Background imageGovernment Collection: The Treasury, 1750s 6C_WHI_1750_A

The Treasury, 1750s 6C_WHI_1750_A
The Treasury in St James Park, Westminster, London. The Treasury was built 1733-36 by William Kent. Engraving of 1750 by B. Cole. Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageGovernment Collection: Westminster Palace a98_06490

Westminster Palace a98_06490
Burning of Parliament, London. Copy of an etching looking north across the River Thames showing the destruction of the Houses of Lords and Commons by fire on 16th October 1834

Background imageGovernment Collection: Protesting to Heseltine JLP01_08_085064

Protesting to Heseltine JLP01_08_085064
WESTWAY FLYOVER, A40, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. A crowd gathered beside a journalist interviewing Michael Heseltine at the opening of the Westway Flyover

Background imageGovernment Collection: Aneurin Bevan JLP01_01_055_66

Aneurin Bevan JLP01_01_055_66
PATCHWAY, SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Aneurin Bevan, the Minister of Health, greeting children and signing autographs at the official opening of fifty houses on the Patchway Estate

Background imageGovernment Collection: Protest, government and media JLP01_08_085067m

Protest, government and media JLP01_08_085067m
WESTWAY FLYOVER, A40, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. Michael Heseltine and a group of journalists at the opening of the Westway Flyover, with a protest banner draped in the background

Background imageGovernment Collection: Stepped atrium JLP01_11_53205_19

Stepped atrium JLP01_11_53205_19
VAUXHALL CROSS, ALBERT EMBANKMENT, VAUXHALL, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. A team of window fitters working on the installation of a stepped atrium on the northern side of Vauxhall Cross

Background imageGovernment Collection: Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981

Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981
VAUXHALL CROSS, ALBERT EMBANKMENT, VAUXHALL, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. A view of the recently completed Vauxhall Cross from north-west across the River Thames

Background imageGovernment Collection: Visitors book JLP01_11_54147_02

Visitors book JLP01_11_54147_02
CHELSEA AND WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL, FULHAM ROAD, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. Health Secretary Virginia Bottomley signing a visitors book during a private visit to the Chelsea

Background imageGovernment Collection: Foundation stone JLP01_11_46294_11

Foundation stone JLP01_11_46294_11
CHELSEA AND WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL, FULHAM ROAD, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. Kenneth Clarke, Secretary of State for Health

Background imageGovernment Collection: Prime Minister John Major JLP01_11_58862

Prime Minister John Major JLP01_11_58862
Second Severn Crossing, M4 Motorway, New Passage, Pilning and Severn Beach, South Gloucestershire. Prime Minister John Major seen on a visit to the Second Severn Crossing Visitors Centre

Background imageGovernment Collection: Transport Minister on TV JLP01_11_56739

Transport Minister on TV JLP01_11_56739
Second Severn Crossing, M4 Motorway, New Passage, Pilning and Severn Beach, South Gloucestershire. Robert Key, Transport Minister

Background imageGovernment Collection: Forbidding sign DP233552

Forbidding sign DP233552
Lanercost Priory, Lanercost, Burtholme, Carlisle, Cumbria. Detail of a Ministry of Works sign reading Visitors are forbidden to climb on the walls on the side of the priory

Background imageGovernment Collection: House of Lords, 1755 6L_LOR_1755

House of Lords, 1755 6L_LOR_1755
House of Lords, Westminster, London. aA view of the House of Peers. King sitting on the throne, the Commons attending him at the end of the session, 1755a Engraving by B. Cole

Background imageGovernment Collection: House of Lords, 1650 6L_LOR_1650

House of Lords, 1650 6L_LOR_1650
House of Lords, Palace of Westminster, London. Interior of the House of Lords in session. Etching by W. Hollar dated c.1650. Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageGovernment Collection: Westminster Palace BB91_14810

Westminster Palace BB91_14810
OLD ST STEPHENs CLOISTER, Palace of Westminster, London. St Stephens Cloister was part of the old Palace of Westminster, and dates from 1526-9

Background imageGovernment Collection: Westminster Palace a98_06489

Westminster Palace a98_06489
WESTMINSTER BRIDGE, Westminster, London. An etching of the view looking north across the River Thames and showing the Houses of Parliament before the fire of 1834

Background imageGovernment Collection: Whitehall Palace a98_05985

Whitehall Palace a98_05985
WHITEHALL, Westminster, Greater London. Copy of an engraving showing a general view of Whitehall from the Thames

Background imageGovernment Collection: Henry VIII K000435

Henry VIII K000435
PORTLAND CASTLE, Dorset. View of the Henry VIII model in the great hall exhibition " Defence of the Kingdom"

Background imageGovernment Collection: Hampton Court Palace BB85_03133

Hampton Court Palace BB85_03133
GREAT HALL, Hampton Court Palace, Richmond-upon-Thames, London. Begun for Cardinal Wolsey in 1514, but following his disgrace the palace was seized by Henry VIII

Background imageGovernment Collection: Hampton Court Palace a001949

Hampton Court Palace a001949
HAMPTON COURT PALACE, Richmond upon Thames, London. The palace viewed from the driveway. The site originally belonged to the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem

Background imageGovernment Collection: Hampton Court Palace a001948

Hampton Court Palace a001948
HAMPTON COURT PALACE, Richmond upon Thames, London. The palace viewed from the south bank with a passenger vessel moored by the jetty


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