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Post Medieval Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 13 pictures in our Post Medieval collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Grasshopper sign JRU01_01_106
Grasshopper sign JRU01_01_106
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Hereford High Town JRU01_01_215
Hereford High Town JRU01_01_215
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Chichester Market Cross JRU01_01_209
Chichester Market Cross JRU01_01_209
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Clifton Suspension Bridge JRU01_01_225
Clifton Suspension Bridge JRU01_01_225
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Severn Railway Bridge JRU01_01_231
Severn Railway Bridge JRU01_01_231
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South Bank Lion JRU01_01_129
South Bank Lion JRU01_01_129
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Shrewsbury CC76_00314
Shrewsbury CC76_00314
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Burnham Low Lighthouse BAR03_01_501
Burnham Low Lighthouse BAR03_01_501
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Lynmouth Harbour BAR03_01_450
Lynmouth Harbour BAR03_01_450
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Tenby Harbour BAR03_01_562
Tenby Harbour BAR03_01_562
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Dove Dale CTP02_01_20
Dove Dale CTP02_01_20
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Tudor House Southampton CC76_00271
Tudor House Southampton CC76_00271
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South Bank Lion JRU01_01_129 Featured Print

South Bank Lion JRU01_01_129

South Bank Lion, York Road, Lambeth, Greater London. The South Bank Lion on a plinth outside the York Road entrance of Waterloo Station, viewed from the west.
The South Bank Lion, or Red Lion, stood on the parapet of the Lion Brewery on the south bank of the River Thames near Hungerford Bridge. The sculpture was created in 1837 by William Frederick Woodington. The lion is formed from separate parts, visible in this photograph, using Coade stone. The Lion Brewery on Belvedere Road was demolished in 1949, having been damaged by fire in 1931; the site was used as the South Bank Exhibition for the Festival of Britain in 1951. The sculpture was removed before the demolition of the brewery and, having likely been painted red previously, was restored and repainted. It was positioned on a plinth outside the York Road entrance of Waterloo Station until 1966, when it was moved to the east end of Westminster Bridge in Lambeth and was stripped of its red paint. The scultpture is Grade II* listed

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Rolvenden Mill AA028918
Rolvenden Mill AA028918
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