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Victorian Collection (#7)

Background imageVictorian Collection: London Pavilion Theatre BL05961

London Pavilion Theatre BL05961
LONDON PAVILION THEATRE, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster, London. Interior from the first floor boxes looking towards the stage and pit. Photographed in 1885 by Bedford Lemere

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Ring, Southwark a61_01218

The Ring, Southwark a61_01218
THE RING, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London. The Ring was originally the Surrey Chapel until it closed in 1881. It was then a boxing arena from 1910 and was destroyed during the Blitz

Background imageVictorian Collection: Hay cart and Kenilworth Castle BB81_02414

Hay cart and Kenilworth Castle BB81_02414
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Warwickshire. A Victorian hay cart at rest in front of the ivy-clad remains of Kenilworth Castle. A view resonant of Turner paintings

Background imageVictorian Collection: Boyd Houghton - Recruits K030525

Boyd Houghton - Recruits K030525
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. " Recruits" By Arthur BOYD HOUGHTON (1836-1875)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Boyd Houghton - Itinerant Singers K030522

Boyd Houghton - Itinerant Singers K030522
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. " Itinerant Singers" By Arthur BOYD HOUGHTON (1836-1875)

Background imageVictorian Collection: John Harvey & Co Ludgate Hill 1840 J000142

John Harvey & Co Ludgate Hill 1840 J000142
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving entitled " John Harvey & Compy Ludgate Hill" London. Shop front and customers illustrated in around 1840

Background imageVictorian Collection: Richmond - Erasmus Alvey Darwin J970183

Richmond - Erasmus Alvey Darwin J970183
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. " Erasmus Alvey Darwin " (1850) 1804-1881 (Charles Darwins brother) by George Richmond

Background imageVictorian Collection: Brodsworth Hall N080304

Brodsworth Hall N080304
BRODSWORTH HALL AND GARDENS, South Yorkshire. View of the house through the Laburnum arch

Background imageVictorian Collection: St Pauls Cathedral DD97_00307

St Pauls Cathedral DD97_00307
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. A view across the roof tops looking towards St Pauls Cathedral. The Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675

Background imageVictorian Collection: Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496

Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496
LAMBETH SUSPENSION BRIDGE, London. The bridge was constructed across the River Thames in 1861-2. In the foreground a crane unloads bricks from a barge onto a horse drawn cart

Background imageVictorian Collection: Extending Liverpool Street Station BL12561_B

Extending Liverpool Street Station BL12561_B
GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY STATION EXTENSION, Liverpool Street, London. Interior showing the completed roof structure with two figures in shot

Background imageVictorian Collection: John Rylands Library DD59_00090

John Rylands Library DD59_00090
JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Manchester. Interior view along one of the gallery corridors at clerestorey level. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in 1900

Background imageVictorian Collection: Albert Buildings BL15329

Albert Buildings BL15329
ALBERT BUILDINGS, 49 Queen Victoria Street, City of London. Photographed by Bedford Lemere for City and West End Properties Ltd in May 1899

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Leicester Public House BL13150_B

The Leicester Public House BL13150_B
THE LEICESTER PUBLIC HOUSE, New Coventry Street, Westminster (Threadwell and Martin architects). The exterior west elevation. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in May 1895

Background imageVictorian Collection: Moorish smoking room BL11220

Moorish smoking room BL11220
RHINEFIELD HOUSE, Brockenhurst, Hampshire. Interior of the Moorish Smoking Room. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in September 1891

Background imageVictorian Collection: Timber boarded house, City of London 1884 BL05123

Timber boarded house, City of London 1884 BL05123
BARTHOLOMEW CLOSE, City of London. General view of an old timber boarded house, latterly a shop, possibly medieval. Photographed by Bedford Lemere, 30th April 1884

Background imageVictorian Collection: Terraced houses a064780

Terraced houses a064780
A terrace of four-storey houses decorated in the neo-classical style, including projecting porches with columns and balconies above them, probably in Kensington

Background imageVictorian Collection: Chimpanzee. Illustration from Expression of Emotions... by Darwin K970320

Chimpanzee. Illustration from Expression of Emotions... by Darwin K970320
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Illustration of Chimpanzee monkey from " Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals " 1872 by Charles Darwin

Background imageVictorian Collection: Collier - Thomas Huxley J970174

Collier - Thomas Huxley J970174
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. " Thomas Huxley" by John COLLIER. Post conservation. Huxley defended Darwin so fiercely that he was known as Darwins bulldog

Background imageVictorian Collection: Examination Schools, Oxford K991484

Examination Schools, Oxford K991484
EXAMINATION SCHOOLS, Oxford. Entrance front on Merton Street. Built in 1882 and designed by architect Sir Thomas Jackson

Background imageVictorian Collection: Brodsworth Hall painting K941063

Brodsworth Hall painting K941063
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Watercolour painting of the hall by the architect

Background imageVictorian Collection: Swiss Cottage stairs at Osborne House N071193

Swiss Cottage stairs at Osborne House N071193
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Detail of Swiss Cottage stairs

Background imageVictorian Collection: Palace of Westminster 24415_009

Palace of Westminster 24415_009
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament and the River Thames

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Bank of England DD97_00538

The Bank of England DD97_00538
BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A corner view of the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Royal Exchange CC97_01494

The Royal Exchange CC97_01494
ROYAL EXCHANGE, City of London. A view looking from Mansion House Street towards the Royal Exchange with buses and other horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Bank of England CC97_01164

The Bank of England CC97_01164
BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A view of the Bank of England looking down Threadneedle Street and showing the decorations for Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee of 1897

Background imageVictorian Collection: Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession CC97_01152

Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession CC97_01152
GREEN PARK ARCH, Westminster, London. A view of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession of 1897 featuring a naval gun detachment as it passes under Wellington Arch and through a large crowd

Background imageVictorian Collection: Wellingtons boots J920030

Wellingtons boots J920030
WALMER CASTLE AND GARDENS, Kent. Duke of Wellingtons boots

Background imageVictorian Collection: Crystal Palace DP004626

Crystal Palace DP004626
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The fountains playing in the courtyard of the Alhambra Court at the Crystal Palace are based on the Lion Fountain in the Court of the Lions in the Alhambra Palace

Background imageVictorian Collection: Crystal Palace DP004606

Crystal Palace DP004606
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The interior of the vast nave of the Crystal Palace, viewed from the gallery above the Queens Screen at the south end

Background imageVictorian Collection: 1863 fire fighting CC62_00070

1863 fire fighting CC62_00070
GRIMBLY HUGHES & COMPANY, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Showing the remains of a shop destroyed by a second fire in 1863. A crowd has gathered

Background imageVictorian Collection: 1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00012

1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00012
1862 EXHIBITION, Kensington, London. The 1862 Exhibition was the successor to the Great Exhibition of 1851. A temporary exhibition venue was built on Cromwell Road

Background imageVictorian Collection: Osborne House, Durbar Room, 1892 K010284

Osborne House, Durbar Room, 1892 K010284
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view. Photograph from the album " Royal Tableaux, Osborne", " Indian Durbar Room July 28th 1892"

Background imageVictorian Collection: Tower Bridge J060038

Tower Bridge J060038
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Tower Bridge and the river Thames. Vapour trails in the sky with " Gherkin" Swiss Re Tower framed by bridge

Background imageVictorian Collection: Witley Court fountain N060108

Witley Court fountain N060108
WITLEY COURT AND GARDENS, Worcestershire. The Perseus & Andromeda Fountain showing detail of Andromeda

Background imageVictorian Collection: Witley Court fountain N060809

Witley Court fountain N060809
WITLEY COURT AND GARDENS, Worcestershire. General view of the Perseus and Andromeda fountain in full flow

Background imageVictorian Collection: Buckingham Palace J060216

Buckingham Palace J060216
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, City of Westminster, London. Exterior view

Background imageVictorian Collection: Lucas - His Royal Highness Prince Albert... J930017

Lucas - His Royal Highness Prince Albert... J930017
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. " His Royal Highness Prince Albert, Princess Royal and Eos " 1843 by John Lindsay Lucas. Albert, Prince Consort with Princess Victoria and Eos the dog

Background imageVictorian Collection: Nelsons Column K060097

Nelsons Column K060097
THE NELSON MEMORIAL, Trafalgar Square, City of Westminster, London. Detail of Nelsons Column

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Leas Lift, Folkestone

The Leas Lift, Folkestone
Only the 3rd lift in England to be built operating by water balance. Folkestone, Kent. IoE 175454

Background imageVictorian Collection: Big Ben Clock Tower N040018

Big Ben Clock Tower N040018
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER Parliament Square, City of Westminster, London. A view of the Clock Tower Big Ben

Background imageVictorian Collection: Signal Box

Signal Box
Great Northern Railway Signal Box, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. IoE 469273

Background imageVictorian Collection: Clock Tower

Clock Tower
Gothic cast iron clock tower located in Downham Market, Norfolk IoE 221149

Background imageVictorian Collection: Fairbairn Steam Crane, Bristol

Fairbairn Steam Crane, Bristol
Considered to be the only operational steam crane of the Fairbairn type in the country. IoE 380798

Background imageVictorian Collection: Ouseburn Viaduct

Ouseburn Viaduct
Railway Viaduct. One of the earliest bridges constructed in Britain using the Wiebeking system of laminated wood. IoE 304882

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Ashmolean Museum and the Taylor Institute

The Ashmolean Museum and the Taylor Institute
Built in 1841-45 to Neo-Greek design. IoE 245853

Background imageVictorian Collection: Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00440

Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00440
Colonial Buildings, 7 Horsefair, Ladywood, Birmingham. The premises of the Birmingham Tube and Fittings Company Limited on the corner of Horsefair and Windmill Street

Background imageVictorian Collection: Apsley House engraving N110157

Apsley House engraving N110157
APSLEY HOUSE, Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner, London. " Apsley House". Line coloured engraving dated 1850. Originally built by Robert Adam in 1771-8



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