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Choose from 827 pictures in our Victorian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Bank of England CC97_01164
The Bank of England CC97_01164
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Osborne House K020942
Osborne House K020942
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Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession CC97_01152
Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession CC97_01152
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Crystal Palace DP004606
Crystal Palace DP004606
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1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00012
1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00012
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The Ashmolean Museum and the Taylor Institute
The Ashmolean Museum and the Taylor Institute
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Hodcot Lane, West Ilsley CC97_02719
Hodcot Lane, West Ilsley CC97_02719
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National Liberal Club BL08412_al0433
National Liberal Club BL08412_al0433
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Brodsworth Hall N080300
Brodsworth Hall N080300
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Down House Dining Room c.1876 N960004
Down House Dining Room c.1876 N960004
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St Pancras Station J890064
St Pancras Station J890064
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Victoria Tower
Victoria Tower
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National Liberal Club BL08412_al0433 Featured Print

National Liberal Club BL08412_al0433

NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB, Whitehall Place, Westminster, London. Interior view of the Card Room. The National Liberal Club was built in 1884-1887 to designs by the architect Alfred Waterhouse. The image is one of a set commissioned by the club. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Company, December 1887. Image taken from an album print (AL0433)

© Historic England

Public Convenience
Public Convenience
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Old Birmingham BB65_04648
Old Birmingham BB65_04648
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Iron flower DP235731
Iron flower DP235731
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Centenary Mill Preston 28808_007
Centenary Mill Preston 28808_007
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Theatre ceiling DP232573
Theatre ceiling DP232573
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Kielder Railway Viaduct 28914_036
Kielder Railway Viaduct 28914_036
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Municipal Buildings 28768_025
Municipal Buildings 28768_025
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Crossness Pumping Station DP183400
Crossness Pumping Station DP183400
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Decorative steel frame DP168201
Decorative steel frame DP168201
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Ramsgate Queen Street PEN01_15_03_29429
Ramsgate Queen Street PEN01_15_03_29429
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Ramsgate sands PEN01_15_03_29424
Ramsgate sands PEN01_15_03_29424
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Manston PEN01_15_03_29455
Manston PEN01_15_03_29455
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Ramsgate sands PEN01_15_03_29424 Featured Print

Ramsgate sands PEN01_15_03_29424

Royal Victoria Pavilion, Harbour Parade, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent. A general view showing Ramsgate sands, with a partial view of the Royal Victoria Pavilion in the foreground and the Ramsgate Harbour Station in the mid-ground, photographed between 1926 and 1939.
The pavilion was built in 1903 by Stanley Davenport Adshead and originally contained a theatre and cafe. It was later converted to a casino and to a public house in 2018. To the north of the pavilion was the Ramsgate Harbour Station, a second railway station built in 1863 and closed in 1926. It was used as a site of seaside entertainment, along with the Pleasurama and Ramsgate Tunnels, and was destroyed by a fire in 1998

© Historic England Archive

St Laswrence. Pegwell Bay PEN01_15_03_29452
St Laswrence. Pegwell Bay PEN01_15_03_29452
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Ramsgate King Street PEN01_15_03_29435
Ramsgate King Street PEN01_15_03_29435
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Baron Lawrence P_G03353_001
Baron Lawrence P_G03353_001
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Lord Herbert of Lea P_G03423_001
Lord Herbert of Lea P_G03423_001
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Textile works WAI01_04_217_69_21
Textile works WAI01_04_217_69_21
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Newcastle Gateshead UXC01_01_02_057_01
Newcastle Gateshead UXC01_01_02_057_01
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High Level Bridge UXC01_01_01_0397_32
High Level Bridge UXC01_01_01_0397_32
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The Crescent Plymouth nbr_leica_vi_34_21
The Crescent Plymouth nbr_leica_vi_34_21
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Hotel Metropole OP00485
Hotel Metropole OP00485
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Chepstow Rail Bridge JRU01_01_190
Chepstow Rail Bridge JRU01_01_190
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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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High Level Bridge UXC01_01_01_0397_32 Featured Print

High Level Bridge UXC01_01_01_0397_32

HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE. A general view from the north bank of the River Tyne, showing the High Level Bridge in the foreground and the Swing Bridge and New Tyne Bridge in the background, seen from the west.
The High Level Bridge is a combined road and railway bridge completed in 1849. The roadway is on the lower beam, and the railways above, supported by six segmental arches of cast iron, and five stone piers. Both levels have open parapets, and the south side of the bridge consists of an ashlar pier which extends towards the river. To the left is the shorter Swing Bridge, a road and pedestrian built 1868-76. It was originally powered by steam pumps which were replaced by electric in 1959. The central swing span can just be seen past the piers of the High Level Bridge. In the background it the New Tyne Bridge, the largest single-span bridge in Britain at the time of its construction, between 1925-28. The two-hinged arch has a span of 531ft, made longer by the approaches on either side

© Historic England Archive

Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_124
Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_124
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Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_125
Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_125
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British Lion Wharf CXP01_01_040
British Lion Wharf CXP01_01_040
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Wakefield Cathedral AA42_02156
Wakefield Cathedral AA42_02156
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Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 AA42_03222
Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 AA42_03222
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Corn Exchange Worcester, 1942 AA42_03678
Corn Exchange Worcester, 1942 AA42_03678
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The Globe BAR03_01_409
The Globe BAR03_01_409
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St Clements Church AA42_00038
St Clements Church AA42_00038
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Lanyon Quoit ALB93_05_034
Lanyon Quoit ALB93_05_034
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Stacking saggars DES01_04_0944
Stacking saggars DES01_04_0944
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Bembridge Fort 29199_013
Bembridge Fort 29199_013
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Corn Exchange, Leeds CC73_03024
Corn Exchange, Leeds CC73_03024
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