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Stained Glass Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

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


Stained glass DP248605
Stained glass DP248605
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Stained glass design DP249210
Stained glass design DP249210
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Glass of beer DP172342
Glass of beer DP172342
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Reception JLP01_10_13521
Reception JLP01_10_13521
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Rays of light DP076469
Rays of light DP076469
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Baptistery window JLP01_08_062574
Baptistery window JLP01_08_062574
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_10_01163_03
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_10_01163_03
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095351
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095351
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095349
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095349
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095348
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095348
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Carlisle Cathedral JLP01_10_15205
Carlisle Cathedral JLP01_10_15205
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ALL Saints Hanley DP218889
ALL Saints Hanley DP218889
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Reception JLP01_10_13521 Featured Image

Reception JLP01_10_13521

Unity House, Euston Road, Camden, Greater London. A reception area at Unity House with a large stained glass mural displaying the history and motto of the National Union of Railwaymen.
The contract for the new £4.5 million headquarters for the National Union of Railwaymen at Euston Road was awarded to Laing's London Region. The new headquarters were built on the site of the former Unity House, which had been the home of the National Union of Railwaymen since 1910. Some features of the old building were incorporated into its modern counterpart, including the boardroom's leaded cupola skylight and panelling. The six-storey building was designed around a courtyard and was located between the Wellcome Foundation Building and the Babcock Building, in the area between Euston Road and Gower Place

© Historic England Archive

St Johns Bablake, 1941 AA42_00316
St Johns Bablake, 1941 AA42_00316
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