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Victorian Collection (#2)

Background imageVictorian Collection: St. Pancras Hotel staircase a062211

St. Pancras Hotel staircase a062211
ST PANCRAS HOTEL, London. Interior of the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras looking up towards the stone vaulted ceiling above the grand staircase. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageVictorian Collection: Osborne House, Drawing Room J030031

Osborne House, Drawing Room J030031
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view. The Drawing Room. Some items shown maybe on loan from the Royal Collection

Background imageVictorian Collection: Emma Darwin and son Leonard K970227

Emma Darwin and son Leonard K970227
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Photograph of Emma Darwin and son Leonard c1854

Background imageVictorian Collection: Charles Darwin on horseback K970217

Charles Darwin on horseback K970217
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Photograph of Charles Darwin on horseback

Background imageVictorian Collection: St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987

St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. St Pauls, viewed from Bull Wharf on the river frontage, seems to dominate the Victorian City. Photograph pre-1876. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageVictorian Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974

Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Bristol. The bridge under construction. Work began on the bridge in 1836 under the supervision of Isambard Kingdom Brunel but stopped due to lack of funds

Background imageVictorian Collection: Whitehall Place CC97_00925

Whitehall Place CC97_00925
WHITEHALL PLACE, City of Westminster, London. Horse-drawn hansom cabs are waiting for fares outside the recently built National Liberal Club in the Victorian equivalent of a taxi rank

Background imageVictorian Collection: Anne Elizabeth Darwin N990003

Anne Elizabeth Darwin N990003
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Daguerreotype photograph of Anne Elizabeth Darwin ( Annie ) 1849

Background imageVictorian Collection: Dyce - Neptune resigning the Empire... J980146

Dyce - Neptune resigning the Empire... J980146
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. " Neptune resigning the Empire of the Seas to Britannia " 1847. Fresco by William Dyce (1806-64)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Charles Darwin K970247

Charles Darwin K970247
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. A sepia toned portrait of Charles Darwin, c1859

Background imageVictorian Collection: Tower Bridge J060035

Tower Bridge J060035
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Floodlit view at night with the Thames in foreground and the " Gherkin" Swiss Re Tower framed by the bridge

Background imageVictorian Collection: Richmond - Emma Darwin J980021

Richmond - Emma Darwin J980021
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Darwin Heirlooms Trust. " Emma Darwin " 1840. Chalk and water-colour drawing by George Richmond (1809-96)

Background imageVictorian Collection: East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby

East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby
Picturesque shot of the lighthouse at Whitby, North Yorkshire. IoE 437029

Background imageVictorian Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Brunels landmark bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, Bristol. IoE 379208

Background imageVictorian Collection: Piece Hall a083824

Piece Hall a083824
Looking over the market stalls in the courtyard of the Piece Hall in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Originally built as a cloth hall in the late 18th century

Background imageVictorian Collection: Kings Cross Station a072950

Kings Cross Station a072950
KINGs CROSS STATION, London. The front of steam locomotive engine No. 60006 (The Herring Gull, renamed the Sir Ralph Wedgewood on 6th January, 1944) standing at a platform in Kings Cross Station

Background imageVictorian Collection: Railway goods shed, Rainham c. 1860 IC277_001

Railway goods shed, Rainham c. 1860 IC277_001
A cut-away reconstruction drawing, by Allan T. Adams, of the railway goods shed at Rainham, Medway, in the 1860s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Michaelmas Fair CBR01_01_05

Michaelmas Fair CBR01_01_05
Market Place, Wallingford, Oxfordshire. People looking at the stalls at the Michaelmas Fair in the Market Place. 1895, unknown photographer

Background imageVictorian Collection: Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122

Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122
WORKMAN BRIDGE, Evesham, Worcestershire. A view of the Bridge built in 1866 leading into the town from Bengeworth. Showing the River Avon

Background imageVictorian Collection: John Rylands Library BL15862

John Rylands Library BL15862
JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Deansgate, Manchester. Interior view, showing a staircase and architectural details as seen from a half-landing

Background imageVictorian Collection: Port Sunlight BL14041_027

Port Sunlight BL14041_027
LEVER BROTHERS SUNLIGHT SOAP WORKS, Port Sunlight, Wirral, Merseyside. Interior view. Workers packing soap boxes. Photographed by Bedford Lemere & Co. in April 1897

Background imageVictorian Collection: Bolton Town Hall 33165_027

Bolton Town Hall 33165_027
Bolton Town Hall, Victoria Square, Bolton. Lancashire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageVictorian Collection: Trentham Gardens 33228_018

Trentham Gardens 33228_018
Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The restored formal Italianate gardens designed by Sir Charles Barry in 1840. Photographed in May 2016

Background imageVictorian Collection: Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184

Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. View of St Marys Church, looking down Hart Street towards the distinctive flint and stone chequer patterned church tower with polygonal angle buttresses

Background imageVictorian Collection: Fish wharf at Billingsgate Market CC72_01834

Fish wharf at Billingsgate Market CC72_01834
BILLINGSGATE MARKET, Lower Thames Street, City of London. Looking from London Bridge down the Thames with the Tower of London in the distance

Background imageVictorian Collection: Romanos Restaurant BL05675

Romanos Restaurant BL05675
THE STRAND, Westminster, London. Exterior of Romanos Restaurant and adjoining buildings. Photographed in 1885 by Bedford Lemere

Background imageVictorian Collection: HMS Warrior J870325

HMS Warrior J870325
HMS WARRIOR, Portsmouth. General view from the bows

Background imageVictorian Collection: Alexandra Palace 24398_032

Alexandra Palace 24398_032
ALEXANDRA PALACE, Muswell Hill, London. Alexandra Palace was built in 1873 as a North London counterpart to Crystal Palace in Sydenham, South London

Background imageVictorian Collection: Tower of London CC97_01606

Tower of London CC97_01606
TOWER OF LONDON, Stepney, London. A view across a street and towards the Tower of London to the south-east with Tower Bridge in the background

Background imageVictorian Collection: William Erasmus Darwin N990005

William Erasmus Darwin N990005
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Daguerreotype photograph of of William Erasmus Darwin in 1849

Background imageVictorian Collection: Charles Darwin K980352

Charles Darwin K980352
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Photograph of Charles Darwin by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-79)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Old Smithy, Leigh BB94_07538

Old Smithy, Leigh BB94_07538
OLD SMITHY, Junction of Market Street and Bradshawgate, Leigh, Greater Manchester. This photograph was taken the day before the Old Smithy was demolished

Background imageVictorian Collection: Witney Fair TS00006

Witney Fair TS00006
Witney, Oxfordshire. Carousels at Witney Fair, with crowds watching the fun. Hand-tinted lantern slide photographed by Henry Taunt 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Beaconsfield Buildings a83 / 01849

Beaconsfield Buildings a83 / 01849
Beaconsfield Buildings, Randells Road, London. A view through the courtyard of the flats immediately west of Gifford Street just prior to demolition

Background imageVictorian Collection: Alhambra Leicester Square CC97_00503

Alhambra Leicester Square CC97_00503
Alhambra theatre, Leicester Square, Westminster, London 1870-'82. York & Son wet collodion glass plate negative. The Alhambra in Londons Leicester Square was the brainchild of the impresario

Background imageVictorian Collection: Floral Festival, Chipping Campden CC73_00462

Floral Festival, Chipping Campden CC73_00462
CHIPPING CAMPDEN, Gloucestershire. A milkmaid with a calf followed by a cart bedecked in flowers and flags form part of the procession through the Cotswold town during the Floral Festival

Background imageVictorian Collection: Marlow regatta CC73_00666

Marlow regatta CC73_00666
MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. A view of the river filled with small row boats and houseboats during the regatta held annually between at least 1855 and 2001 on the River Thames

Background imageVictorian Collection: Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544
ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, The Strand, London. A perspective view of the Royal Courts of Justice, looking east down The Strand towards St Dunstan in the West

Background imageVictorian Collection: Putney New Bridge CC63_00030

Putney New Bridge CC63_00030
PUTNEY NEW BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. The new five span bridge of 1882-6 designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette to replace the 26 span wooden bridge of 1727-9, busy with people and carriages

Background imageVictorian Collection: Richmond Bridge AL0488_066_02

Richmond Bridge AL0488_066_02
RICHMOND BRIDGE, Richmond upon Thames, London. Richmond Bridge was built between 1774-7 by James Paine and Kenton Couse. It was widened in 1937-9. Photographed by Henry Taunt between 1860 and 1887

Background imageVictorian Collection: Mid-19th century engraving of the Strand, London N110043

Mid-19th century engraving of the Strand, London N110043
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Strand, London. Mid-nineteenth century. Showing Somerset House and St Mary le Bow. Engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Collection: Smithfield Market, Birmingham c. 1890s OP09004

Smithfield Market, Birmingham c. 1890s OP09004
SMITHFIELD MARKET, Birmingham, West Midlands. A corner of Smithfield Market c.1890s. A steam tram travels down Moat Row towards Smithfield Street

Background imageVictorian Collection: Queen Victoria with her family and relatives in 1887 D880014

Queen Victoria with her family and relatives in 1887 D880014
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Queen Victoria with her family and relatives in 1887 - celebrating her Golden Jubilee. Engraving after a painting by Laurits Tuxen

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Arab Hall & Corridor, Leighton House BL13082

The Arab Hall & Corridor, Leighton House BL13082
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) which is now a museum. Interior view of the Arab Hall and corridor

Background imageVictorian Collection: Naval princes D880032

Naval princes D880032
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Naval group, mostly relatives of Queen Victoria, including (left to right): Prince Alfred Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha (second son)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Peter Yapp, Sloane Street BL05960

Peter Yapp, Sloane Street BL05960
PETER YAPP, 200-201 Sloane Street, Chelsea, London. Exterior of the shoemakers shop. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere, 1st December 1885

Background imageVictorian Collection: New Brighton Tower c. 1900 OP00587

New Brighton Tower c. 1900 OP00587
NEW BRIGHTON TOWER, New Brighton, Merseyside. The tower was taller than Blackpool Tower at 567 feet high. It was built in 1898 and stood within the Tower Buildings complex

Background imageVictorian Collection: Duke of Wellingtons bedroom J920041

Duke of Wellingtons bedroom J920041
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. Interior view. " Duke of Wellingtons Bedroom" by Thomas Shotter BOYS, 1852. This picture shows the Dukes small campaign bed where he slept when staying at his honorary



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