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Choose from 37 pictures in our Lamp Post collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Steep Street Bristol OP08887 Featured Image

Steep Street Bristol OP08887

The junction of Steep Street and Trenchard Street, Bristol, 1866. John Hill Morgan (b 1833), platinum print. This view was recorded five years before Steep Street, curving away to the left, was demolished and replaced by a realigned road, Colston Street. Steep Street existed in the medieval period when it was the main road from the centre of Bristol to Gloucester. This photograph was published in 1891 as a nostalgic view by Bristol art publishers and print sellers Frost & Reed. A limited run of 100 prints was produced and the negative destroyed.

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The Bank of England DD97_00538 Featured Image

The Bank of England DD97_00538

BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A corner view of the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The building was constructed by Sir Hans Soane in 1788 in a 3.5 acre site. A late 19th century photograph by York and Son.

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Business, City, Lamp Post, People, Traffic, Urban, Victorian

Diamond Jubilee Procession DD97_00473 Featured Image

Diamond Jubilee Procession DD97_00473

Queen Victoria'€™s Diamond Jubilee Procession, Green Park Arch, London, 22 June 1897. York & Son silver gelatin DOP (developing out paper) print. A public holiday was declared to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria'€™s accession. Crowds lined a six mile processional route through London, with various vantage points occupied by paying and opportunistic watchers. Victoria wrote in her diary: "€˜The cheering was quite deafening and every face seemed to be filled with joy."€™

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