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Triang toy store CC80_00296 Featured July Image

Triang toy store CC80_00296

WERNETH GOODS STATON, MIDDLETON ROAD, WERNETH, OLDHAM. A display of Triang toys including dolls houses, trains, pedal cars and tricycles. The toys displayed here were manufactured by Lines Bros Ltd. under the Triang brand. The photograph was probably taken in a warehouse at Werneth Goods Station where Lines Bros Ltd. had their northern depot

© Historic England Archive

Totem Pole BAR03_01_552 Featured July Image

Totem Pole BAR03_01_552

Windsor Great Park, Totem Pole, Runnymede, Surrey. The Totem Pole in Windsor Great Park, viewed from the south-west, with people gathered around it. The totem pole in Windsor Great Park was presented to Queen Elizabeth II in June 1958 by Chief Mungo Martin of the Kwakiutl or Kwakwaka'wakw or Kwakiutl. The pole is 100 ft high and marks the centenary of British Columbia, which was proclaimed a Crown Colony in 1858 by Queen Victoria. A 600 year old tree was felled in order to create the pole, which was carved by Chief Mungo Martin. A second, identical totem pole was carved and remained in Vancouver, Canada. The totem pole in Windsor Great Park was repainted in 1985 by delegates of the Kwakwaka'wakw

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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_009 Featured July Image

Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_009

SHOT TOWER AND LEAD WORKS, BELVEDERE ROAD, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. A view across the River Thames towards the shot tower at Lambeth Lead Works in 1936. Shows the demolition of the old Waterloo Bridge on the left, and in the foreground a rowing boat crossing the river.
The shot tower of the Lambeth Lead Works was designed by David Ridall Roper and was built in 1826 for Thomas Maltby & Co. At the time of this photograph it was operated by Walkers, Parker & Co but it was later demolished in 1962 to make way for the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The Waterloo Bridge, which is shown during its demolition, was designed by John Rennie and opened in 1817

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