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King's College Chapel AA98_04190 Featured Eric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Print

King's College Chapel AA98_04190

KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL, Cambridge, Interior view. The organ is dominant, standing on the screen which divides the chapel and ante-chapel. It was built in 1605, and the case was made by Chapman and Hartop. It has since been enlarged. The rib vaulting of the chapel ceiling is also visible. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980

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HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge AA98_05144 Featured Eric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Print

HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge AA98_05144

TOWER BRIDGE, Stepney, London. Looking down onto the foredeck of the cruiser HMS Belfast. Being guided up the River Thames by two tugs on the approach to Tower Bridge, which is opening to let it pass. This was Belfast's last voyage before she moored in the Pool of London. It was there converted to a static visitor attraction and is now operated by the Imperial War Museum. Photographed by Eric de Mare in 1971

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Royal Pavilion, Brighton AA98_04130 Featured Eric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Print

Royal Pavilion, Brighton AA98_04130

ROYAL PAVILION, Brighton, East Sussex. A view of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, showing domes. The Royal Pavilion was created for the Prince of Wales (later George IV) in 1815-22 by John Nash. Nash modified an earlier house, combining exotic styles of decoration including Indian and Chinese. The rooftop domes and pinnacles are Indian in inspiration. Photographed by Eric de Mare in the 1960s

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