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Choose from 9 pictures in our Theatre collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Roman Theatre 29661_031
Roman Theatre 29661_031
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Theatre ceiling DP232573
Theatre ceiling DP232573
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Weymouth Pier 29827_025
Weymouth Pier 29827_025
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The Shed DP183933
The Shed DP183933
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Plaza Cinema NWC01_01_0088
Plaza Cinema NWC01_01_0088
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Flea and Firkin Manchester NWC01_01_0608
Flea and Firkin Manchester NWC01_01_0608
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Regent Theatre Hanley NWC01_01_0211
Regent Theatre Hanley NWC01_01_0211
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The Northwick DP030867
The Northwick DP030867
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Master Mariners Almshouses AA41_00139
Master Mariners Almshouses AA41_00139
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Master Mariners Almshouses AA41_00139 Featured Image

Master Mariners Almshouses AA41_00139

MASTER MARINERS ALMSHOUSE, CARR LANE, CITY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. An exterior view of the Master Mariner's Almshouses, damaged in an air raid in 1941, seen from the east with the former Cecil Theatre in the background. The almshouses consisted of two blocks; the first was the Master Mariner's Almshouse, built in 1834, and the second was the Mariners Almshouse, built in 1837. Both blocks were built for the Corporation of the Trinity House and housed retired and ill seamen and their families. The almshouses were damaged in 1941 by bombs, and were demolished post-war. The Theatre in the background was originally built in 1911, on the corner of Anlaby Road and the Ferensway, rebuilt in 1925 and renamed the Cecil Theatre. It also suffered bomb damage in May 1941, but the ruins were not cleared away until 1953

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