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Street Scene Gallery

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Choose from 38 pictures in our Street Scene collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Kings Lynn DP217305
Kings Lynn DP217305
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Stamford DP217277
Stamford DP217277
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Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792016
Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792016
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Friar Street OP04407
Friar Street OP04407
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Upper Precinct AA98_06068
Upper Precinct AA98_06068
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Bull Ring Centre JLP01_08_067060
Bull Ring Centre JLP01_08_067060
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Bull Ring Centre JLP01_08_065314
Bull Ring Centre JLP01_08_065314
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Woolworths JLP01_08_059912
Woolworths JLP01_08_059912
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Dunster DIX02_01_185
Dunster DIX02_01_185
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Easiform terrace JLP01_08_065733
Easiform terrace JLP01_08_065733
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Hidden spire DP165801
Hidden spire DP165801
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Broadcasting House DP177573
Broadcasting House DP177573
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Dunster DIX02_01_185 Featured Image

Dunster DIX02_01_185

Yarn Market, High Street, Dunster, West Somerset. A view looking north along Dunster High Street towards the Yarn Market with Conygar Tower on the hillside in the distance.
During the medieval period Dunster became a centre for woollen production but by the 15th century it's significance was beginning to decline. The Yarn Market is believed to date from circa 1609 and was constructed by George Luttrell as a means to stem this decline and maintain the importance of Dunster as a market town. The folly Conygar Tower was built in 1775 for Henry Fownes Luttrell (c. 1722-1780), who became legal owner of Dunster Castle and its estate on his marriage to Margaret Luttrell (1726-1766), the great, great grandniece of George Luttrell, who built the Yarn Market

© Historic England Archive

Chichester Market Cross ZEH01_01_25
Chichester Market Cross ZEH01_01_25
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Beer ZEH01_01_41
Beer ZEH01_01_41
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Somerton Market Cross ZEH01_01_26
Somerton Market Cross ZEH01_01_26
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St Annes Gate ZEH01_01_10
St Annes Gate ZEH01_01_10
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Oxford Street MOT01_01_06
Oxford Street MOT01_01_06
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Bigg Market OP12284
Bigg Market OP12284
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Hereford High Town JRU01_01_215
Hereford High Town JRU01_01_215
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St Pauls Cathedral JRU01_01_067
St Pauls Cathedral JRU01_01_067
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Coronation decorations JRU01_01_088
Coronation decorations JRU01_01_088
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The Monument CXP01_01_141
The Monument CXP01_01_141
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Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_137
Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_137
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Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_138
Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_138
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Coronation decorations JRU01_01_088 Featured Image

Coronation decorations JRU01_01_088

THE MALL, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. Looking along the Mall towards Buckingham Palace, showing decorations for the coronation of Elizabeth II, including three Coronation Arches over the road and decorative standards topped by crowns positioned on either side of the road, with pedestrians walking along the side of the road.
Four steel Coronation Arches, designed by Eric Bedford, were erected over the Mall for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2nd June 1953. The arches featured metalwork crowns and fan-shaped designs, and were floodlit at night. The arches were linked by lines of standards mounted with golden crowns. From each standard were hung four scarlet banners, not shown in this photograph, bearing the royal cypher E R

© Historic England Archive

St Mary at Hill CXP01_01_155
St Mary at Hill CXP01_01_155
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Covent Garden CXP01_01_157
Covent Garden CXP01_01_157
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Covent Garden CXP01_01_156
Covent Garden CXP01_01_156
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Friar Street Worcester, 1942 AA42_03580
Friar Street Worcester, 1942 AA42_03580
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_026
Before Aldwych HSI01_01_026
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_001
Before Aldwych HSI01_01_001
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_027
Before Aldwych HSI01_01_027
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Stratford-upon-Avon DAC01_03_012
Stratford-upon-Avon DAC01_03_012
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Stamford DAC01_03_003
Stamford DAC01_03_003
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Burford DAC01_03_031
Burford DAC01_03_031
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Burford DAC01_03_030
Burford DAC01_03_030
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Stonegate York DAC01_03_025
Stonegate York DAC01_03_025
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_026 Featured Image

Before Aldwych HSI01_01_026

STRAND, WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. Looking north-east along the Strand, past St Mary-le-Strand Church, towards Holywell Street, with the entrance to Drury Court on the left. Photographed as part of a series recording the Holborn and Strand improvement works.
The buildings on the left of this photograph, and Holywell Street and surrounds, were demolished shortly after the photograph was taken to make way for the Aldwych development

© Historic England Archive

Lincoln High Street DIX02_01_028
Lincoln High Street DIX02_01_028
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Farringdon CC97/02249
Farringdon CC97/02249
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