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Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Trelissick a98_04763

Trelissick a98_04763
TRELISSICK, Feock, Cornwall. The entrance front of Trelissick, Feock, with its pedimented portico. It was built by P F Robinson circa 1825

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Coopers Hall, Bristol a98_04318

Coopers Hall, Bristol a98_04318
COOPERs HALL, King Street, Bristol. Perspective view of Coopers Hall, Bristol, with the first two gables of St Nicholas Almshouse just visible

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Old Bristol a98_04315

Old Bristol a98_04315
HOST STREET, Bristol. View along Host Street, Bristol. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Kings College a98_04205

Kings College a98_04205
KINGs COLLEGE, Cambridge. View eastwards across the lawn in the main court of Kings College. The screen and gatehouse, which face Kings Parade

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Albert Dock, Liverpool a60_04458

Albert Dock, Liverpool a60_04458
ALBERT DOCK, Liverpool, Merseyside. A view of small craft in Albert Dock. The dock was opened in 1846 and prospered until the invention of steam driven ships which were too big for the docks; unlike

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Tees Transporter Bridge a55_04344

Tees Transporter Bridge a55_04344
TRANSPORTER BRIDGE, Middlesbrough, Cleveland. This transporter bridge is one of only four in Britain. Built in 1911, a moveable platform was slung by cables from a steel frame

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Broad Street, Ludlow a98_05447

Broad Street, Ludlow a98_05447
BROAD STREET, Ludlow, Shropshire. A view along Broad Street in Ludlow looking towards the Butter Cross (or town hall) in the distance. This was built in a classical style by William Baker in 1743

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Chesterton Windmill a98_05261

Chesterton Windmill a98_05261
CHESTERTON WINDMILL, Chesterton, Warwickshire. Chesterton Windmill was built in 1632 and remained in working use until 1910

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Mary Ardens House a98_05228

Mary Ardens House a98_05228
MARY ARDENs HOUSE / PALMERs FARM, Station Road, Wilmcote, Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire. This house was first referred to as Mary Ardens House in 1798

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Anne Hathaways Cottage a98_05227

Anne Hathaways Cottage a98_05227
ANNE HATHAWAYs COTTAGE, Shottery, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire. Anne Hathaways Cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon, looking along the pathway at the front of the cottage

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Godstow Bridge a98_05154

Godstow Bridge a98_05154
GODSTOW BRIDGE, Oxfordshire. General view of the Godstow Bridge in Oxford showng two spans over the river Thames. It was built in 1792. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Kenilworth Castle a98_04937

Kenilworth Castle a98_04937
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Kenilworth, Warwickshire. The first castle was built here soon after the Norman Conquest, and the impressive keep survives

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Dinham Bridge, Ludlow a98_04933

Dinham Bridge, Ludlow a98_04933
DINHAM BRIDGE, Ludlow, Shropshire. General view from an elevated position showing the River Teme in the foreground. Dinham Bridge at Ludlow was built in 1823

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Wellington Mills, Leek a98_04470

Wellington Mills, Leek a98_04470
WELLINGTON MILLS, Strangman Street, Leek, Staffordshire. Exterior view showing the pedimented section with a lamp standard in the foreground

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Tyne bridges, Newcastle a55_04312

Tyne bridges, Newcastle a55_04312
THE TYNE BRIDGES, Newcastle upon Tyne. A view from Newcastle quayside of the Tyne Bridge opened in 1928 by King George V. In the distance the Swing Bridge designed by William Armstrong

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Crystal Palace entrance arcade a98_06470

Crystal Palace entrance arcade a98_06470
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, Greater London. Interior view showing the entrance arcade from the station below the Crystal Palace Parade. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: St Pauls Cathedral, City of London a98_06400

St Pauls Cathedral, City of London a98_06400
CITY OF LONDON. An elevated view of the City of London looking towards St Pauls Cathedral. The empty building plots being used as car parks in the foreground are bomb sites which had still not been

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Palace of Westminster a98_05897

Palace of Westminster a98_05897
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, Greater London. General view of the Houses of Parliament showing the clock tower Big Ben and roofs. The clock face shows eighteen minutes past twelve

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Palace of Westminster FF98_00120

Palace of Westminster FF98_00120
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. The clock tower of the Houses of Parliament viewed from Parliament Square. The huge bell housed in the clock tower and known as Big Ben came into operation in 1859

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Trafalgar Square a98_06232

Trafalgar Square a98_06232
TRAFALGAR SQUARE, Westminster, Greater London. Trafalgar Square and Nelsons Column seen from the portico of the National Gallery. The Big Ben clock tower can be seen in the distance

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Temple Gardens, London a98_05907

Temple Gardens, London a98_05907
TEMPLE GARDENS, Temple, City of London. General view of the Temple Gardens at night. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Park Crescent, Regents Park a98_07064

Park Crescent, Regents Park a98_07064
PARK CRESCENT, Regents Park, Westminster, London. View of Park Crescent in Regents Park. The Crescent was designed by John Nash as part of his commission from George IV to design terraces around

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Bench in Kensington Gardens a98_06267

Bench in Kensington Gardens a98_06267
KENSINGTON GARDENS, Westminster, London. Detail of an ornamental serpentiform bench in Kensington Gardens. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Stepney, London a98_06125

Stepney, London a98_06125
SWEDENBORG SQUARE, Stepney, London. A pram stands on the pavement outside a house in Swedenborg Square. A detached house stands on the corner. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1960

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Richard the Lionheart a98_05636

Richard the Lionheart a98_05636
OLD PALACE YARD, Westminster, London. Detail view of the Richard Coeur de Lion statue looking up towards the equestrian bronze figure. It was made in 1860 by Carlo Marochetti

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Wellington Arch a98_05621

Wellington Arch a98_05621
WELLINGTON ARCH, Westminster, London. General view of Wellington Arch (also known as Constitution Arch or the Green Park Arch) from the Wellington Statue

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Tower Bridge a98_05145

Tower Bridge a98_05145
TOWER BRIDGE, Tower Hill, Stepney, London. General view from the middle of Tower Bridge looking towards the north bank. Two police officers are conferring. Photographed by Eric de Mare

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Royal Border Bridge a98_07079

Royal Border Bridge a98_07079
ROYAL BORDER BRIDGE, Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland. A train crossing the Royal Border Railway Viaduct. The 28-arch viaduct was designed by Robert Stephenson and opened by Queen Victoria in 1850

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Cooling Towers a98_06099

Cooling Towers a98_06099
West Burton A Power Station, West Burton, Bassetlaw, Nottinghamshire. General view showing cooling towers. Photographed by Eric de Mare

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Alnwick lions a98_05038

Alnwick lions a98_05038
PERCY TENANTRY COLUMN, Alnwick, Northumberland. A detail of the Percy Tenantry Column in Alnwick showing two of the lions at the base of the monument

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Carved stone head a98_04932

Carved stone head a98_04932
Carving at Speke Hall, Liverpool, Merseyside. Victorian stone head on a garden wall. Photographed by Eric de Mare

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Sheerness Boat Store a98_04608

Sheerness Boat Store a98_04608
Boat Store, Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent. A detail of the Boat Store at Sheerness Naval Dockyard, by G T Greene in 1859

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Old Radcot Bridge a50_01573

Old Radcot Bridge a50_01573
OLD RADCOT BRIDGE, Oxfordshire. A view of the three arched bridge which dates from the 14th-century. Photographed in 1949 by Eric de Mare

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Royal Pavilion, Brighton a98_04130

Royal Pavilion, Brighton a98_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

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Congleton Viaduct a98_05397

Congleton Viaduct a98_05397
CONGLETON VIADUCT, Cheshire. General view of the Congleton Viaduct across agricultural land. There is a train crossing. Photographed by Eric de Mare (active 1945-80)

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Oasthouses a98_05306

Oasthouses a98_05306
COBHAM, Kent. Detail of traditional conical roofs and cowls of oasthouses near Cobham. Photographed by Eric de Mare in 1956

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Patcham Windmill a98_05267

Patcham Windmill a98_05267
PATCHAM, East Sussex. Three horsemen ride past Patcham tower mill on the Downs behind Brighton. Photographed by Eric de Mare (active 1945-80)

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Willesborough Windmill a98_05266

Willesborough Windmill a98_05266
WILLESBOROUGH, near Ashford, Kent. This timber smock mill in Willesborough was built in 1869. It stands on a brick base. Photographed by Eric de Mare (active 1945-80)

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Post Bridge, Dartmoor a98_05079

Post Bridge, Dartmoor a98_05079
POST BRIDGE, Dartmoor, Devon. Clapper bridges are unique to Dartmoor and Exmoor. This view shows the River East Dart flowing underneath Post Bridge

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Stepping Stones a98_05078

Stepping Stones a98_05078
AMBLESIDE, Lake District, Cumbria. General view of stepping stones in Ambleside. Photographed by Eric de Mare (active 1945-80)

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Fowey, Cornwall a98_04376

Fowey, Cornwall a98_04376
FOWEY, Cornwall. A woman walks down a narrow street in Fowey, with the River Fowey just visible in the distance. The almshouses are on the right

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Figurehead a98_04640

Figurehead a98_04640
CHATHAM NAVAL DOCKYARD, Kent. General view of a male figurehead from a large collection of figureheads at chatham. Photographed by Eric de Mare in 1956

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Hadlow Castle a98_04104

Hadlow Castle a98_04104
HADLOW CASTLE, Kent. Exterior view showing upper details of the tower. The tower is 170 feet high and was built between c.1838-40. It was commissioned by the owner of the castle, Walter Barton May

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Candelabrum, Apsley House a98_06592

Candelabrum, Apsley House a98_06592
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of Apsley House showing an ornate candelabrum. Photographed by Eric de Mare during the 1960s

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: The Old Royal Naval College a98_06414

The Old Royal Naval College a98_06414
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. Exterior perspective view of the college looking along the colonnade. The main building work took place between 1696 and 1712

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Coade lion and Big Ben a98_05642

Coade lion and Big Ben a98_05642
COADE LION, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, London. Detail of the Coade stone Lion on Westminster Bridge with the clock of Big Ben in the background

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Wansford Old Bridge a98_05106

Wansford Old Bridge a98_05106
WANSFORD OLD BRIDGE, Wansford, Cambridgeshire. View of the Wansford Old Bridge. It was originally built in 1571 and was altered in the 17th and 18th centuries. Photographed by Eric de Mare

Background imageEric de Mare Collection (1955-1980) Collection: Blaise Castle a98_04343

Blaise Castle a98_04343
BLAISE CASTLE, Henbury, Bristol. This folly castle was built by Thomas Farr in 1766 on the top of Castle Hill. It was originally used as a summer house by the Harford family who owned the estate



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