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Images Dated 2018 June

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Choose from 28 pictures in our Images Dated 2018 June collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Featured June Print

Houseman's Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010

The roofless shell of Houseman's Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine, Minions, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. List entry number: 1140490. Photographed by Eileen Deste. Date range 1960-1976. The mine was originally opened as Wheal Prosper in the 1830s. In 1836 it was amalgamated with other small mines to form the Cornwall Great United Mines and was later renamed Wheal Phoenix and then South Phoenix. Copper was originally mined at the site, although, as reserves of this dimished, the mine changed to extracting tin. This engine house was added to the site in the mid-19th century. The mine closed in the early 20th century and the engine house in now the Minions Heritage Centre

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Featured June Print

St Michael and the devil UXC01_01_01_0009_18

St Michaels Cathedral, Coventry, Coventry, Coventry. Detail of the Jacob Epstein sculpture of St Michael over Lucifer holding a long spear in his right hand, arms and wings outstretched, with Lucifer's feet bound by chains and his arms bound behind his back. The sculpture is attached to the baptistery wall near the porch. It is hung so that Lucifer's nearly horizontal body aligns with the top of the steps that ascend towards the porch, and the top of St Michael's wings nearly reach halfway up the porch. Photographed by Ursula Clark after 1955

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Featured June Print

Audley End BL10624

The north entrance porch at Audley End, Audley Park, Saffron Walden, Essex. The image was taken for Lord Braybrooke, C C Neville, the owner of Audley End. The house was built 1605-1614 by John Thorpe and Bernard Janssen. The Bedford Lemere daybook contains the following statement: 'Built for Earl of Suffolk, Treasurer to James I. The Countess received large sums of money from Spain from which fund Audley End was chiefly built. The Architect was probably a relative of Cornelius Jansen, portrait painter.'

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