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The 1870s Collection (#2)

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Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Angel Inn AL0144_080_04

Angel Inn AL0144_080_04
The Angel Inn, Highgate, London. Situated only five miles from Westminster and the City of London, and the meeting place of several roads, the village of Highgate was a convenient stopover place

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Wellington sarcophagus CC97_01633

Wellington sarcophagus CC97_01633
WELLINGTONs TOMB, St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. A view of the Duke of Wellingtons sarcophagus of Cornish porphyry within the crypt of St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Wellington monument CC97_01871

Wellington monument CC97_01871
Wellington monument, St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. The monument to the Duke of Wellington who died in 1852. His monument was not fully completed until 1912 when the equestrain statue which now

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Little Stoke Ferry CC72_01022

Little Stoke Ferry CC72_01022
CHOLSEY, Oxfordshire. The low flat ferry boat awaits the corn wagons that used to cross the River Thames at this point. There is also a passenger ferry moored alongside to transport people between

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Temple Island CC73_00339

Temple Island CC73_00339
TEMPLE ISLAND, Remenham, Berkshire. A view of the River Thames showing the Regatta course, with the temple on Temple Island in the distance

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Temple Bar demolition N110163

Temple Bar demolition N110163
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Temple Bar, City of London. " The last of Temple Bar - sketched on Saturday January 12, 1878"

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Temple Bar in 1877 N110162

Temple Bar in 1877 N110162
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Temple Bar, City of London. " Forlorn condition of Temple Bar" showing ruinous and collapsed adjoining buildings

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: All Saints Church, Marlow CC73_00782

All Saints Church, Marlow CC73_00782
MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Looking across the Thames with the bridge and All Saints Church beyond, taken from the Compleat Angler Hotel

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090

Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090
PUTNEY OLD BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. Exterior view of the old timber bridge looking across river from Putney. This bridge, rebuilt in stone in 1884-6 was once a notorious place for duels

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: St Marys Church, Mistley BB60_01632

St Marys Church, Mistley BB60_01632
ST MARYs CHURCH, Mistley, Essex. This church was designed and built in 1776 by the famous architect Robert Adam, in the neo-classical style

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: St Marys Church, Mistley BB49_00295

St Marys Church, Mistley BB49_00295
ST MARYs CHURCH, Mistley, Essex. This church was designed and built in 1776 by the famous architect Robert Adam, in the neo-classical style

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Goddard House, Shellingford, Oxfordshire BB97_11879

Goddard House, Shellingford, Oxfordshire BB97_11879
Goddard House, Shellingford, Oxfordshire with the inhabitants standing outside in the vegetable garden. Photographed by Frederick Ault. Date range: 1860 - 1914. Part of the Henry Taunt collection

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Blackpool OP00473

Blackpool OP00473
Blackpool Winter Gardens and Big Wheel. A view over the rooftops looking down on the Winter Gardens and the Big Wheel from Blackpool Tower

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Yeomen DD97_00239

Yeomen DD97_00239
A group of Yeomen Warders at the Tower of London. The Warders were usually warrant officers from the army or navy with a service record of at least 22 years. Photographed by York & Son 1870-1900

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Flower sellers CC97_00872

Flower sellers CC97_00872
Flower sellers outside the Royal Exchange, City of London. These Victorian flower sellers are in a a prime location located by the Royal Exchange building of 1844

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Royal Naval College CC53_00158

Royal Naval College CC53_00158
ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. A view of the Royal Naval College from the opposite bank of the Thames with a moored barge in the foreground

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Kenilworth Castle c. 1870 BB86_08584

Kenilworth Castle c. 1870 BB86_08584
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Warwickshire. Victorian visitors in front of an ivy covered Great Hall. Photographed by Francis Bedford c. 1870

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Leicester Square, London 1874 N060029

Leicester Square, London 1874 N060029
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " New Leicester Square: Birds Eye View", London. Woodcut, 1874

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Leicester Square, London 1874 N060028

Leicester Square, London 1874 N060028
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " New Garden in Leicester Square, Opened on Thursday 2 July 1874", London. Woodcut

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Moorish Room BL11409

Moorish Room BL11409
ROLLESTON HALL, Staffordshire. Interior of the Moorish Room (by architects J Waring & Sons) showing the fireplace and furnishings. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in March 1892

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey DD97_00183

Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey DD97_00183
WESTMINSTER ABBEY, Westminster, London. An exterior view of the Henry VII Chapel from the south-east. Building work was begun by Henry VII in 1503 and was finished by his son, Henry VIII

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Henry VIII horse armoury CC97_01052

Henry VIII horse armoury CC97_01052
TOWER OF LONDON, Stepney, London. An interior view of the Horse Armoury from the east. There has always been an armoury at the Tower but this collection dates from the reign of Henry VIII

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Henry VIII horse armoury CC97_00953

Henry VIII horse armoury CC97_00953
TOWER OF LONDON, Stepney, London. An interior view of the eastern side of the Horse Armoury. There has always been an armoury at the Tower but this collection dates from the reign of Henry VIII

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Henry VIII horse armoury CC97_00950

Henry VIII horse armoury CC97_00950
TOWER OF LONDON, Stepney, London. A view of the interior of the western side of the Horse Armoury. There has always been an armoury at the Tower but this collection dates from the reign of Henry VIII

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Windsor Castle CC97_00909

Windsor Castle CC97_00909
WINDSOR CASTLE, Berkshire. Henry VIII Gate. View taken from castle hill with a guard and sentry box to the left of the gate. Photograph by York and Son (1870-1900)

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Henry VIII armour CC97_00399

Henry VIII armour CC97_00399
TOWER OF LONDON, Stepney, London. Interior view of the Armoury showing an effigy of Henry VIII in armour on horseback. Photograph by York and Son (1870-1900)

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: St James Palace CC97_00365

St James Palace CC97_00365
ST JAMES PALACE, Westminster, London. Exterior view of the gatehouse. This is the only part of the original palace built by Henry VIII to survive. Photograph by York and Son (1870-1900)

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Euston Arch, London CC97_01007

Euston Arch, London CC97_01007
EUSTON ARCH, London. View of the arch at Euston Station with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The arch was built by Philip Hardwick in 1837

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: Charles Darwins sons with their Uncle Erasmus K970513

Charles Darwins sons with their Uncle Erasmus K970513
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Charles Darwins sons with their uncle Erasmus in 1870. From left Frank (Francis), Leonard, Erasmus, Horace and William

Background imageThe 1870s Collection: The Royal Albert Hall DD97_00168

The Royal Albert Hall DD97_00168
ALBERT HALL, London. A view of the hall from Hyde Park with horse-drawn carriages in the foreground. The concert hall opened in 1871 and was partly financed by a 999-year leasehold of over 1



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