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Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Tall buildings 29226_045

Tall buildings 29226_045
City of London. A cluster of tall buildings in the City. In the right foreground is the Walkie-Talkie building at 20 Fenchurch Street. Photographed in March 2015

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Cannon Street Station 27662_036

Cannon Street Station 27662_036
Cannon Street Station, City of London. A train emerging onto the railway bridge across the Thames. The agglomeration of riverside office buildings around the station gives it a futuristic appearance

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Tall buildings 27662_045

Tall buildings 27662_045
The Shard, Southwark, London. Designed by architect Renzo Piano and completed in 2012. Across the River Thames are another cluster of tall buildings in the City of London. Photographed in May 2013

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: The Walkie-Talkie 27662_025

The Walkie-Talkie 27662_025
20 Fenchurch Street, City of London. Popularly known as The Walkie-Talkie. Designed by Rafael Vinoly and completed in 2014. Photographed in May 2013

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Lloyds Building 27662_024

Lloyds Building 27662_024
1 Lime Street, City of London. The Lloyds Building was designed by Richard Rogers and completed in 1986. It was Listed in 2011. Photographed in May 2013

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Tall buildings 27662_018

Tall buildings 27662_018
A cluster of tall buildings in the City of London. View from the Heron Tower to the Shard in Southwark. Photographed in May 2013

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: The Cheese Grater 27662_010

The Cheese Grater 27662_010
122 Leadenhall Street, City of London. Amongst a cluster of other tall buildings in the City is this one popularly known as the Cheese Grater

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Finsbury 21765_01

Finsbury 21765_01
Finsbury, City of London. This picture was taken over Finsbury looking south-east to the square mile of the City. The large rectangular building with the green roof in the centre of the picture is

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: On guard DD75_00082

On guard DD75_00082
Church Street, Minories, City of London. Timber-frames buttress the wall of a building on Church Street, with a policeman guarding the entrance to the site

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Foggy London. Policeman, Strand a100360

Foggy London. Policeman, Strand a100360
The Strand, London. A City of London traffic policeman outside the Charing Cross Hotel, using outstretched arms to control vehicles, sometime between 1946 and 1959

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Cheapside EAW078320

Cheapside EAW078320
Cheapside and environs, City of London. Photographed in August 1959. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: St Mary Woolnoth CC97_01237

St Mary Woolnoth CC97_01237
St Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street, City of London. An exterior view of the west front. The church takes its name from its founder - a Saxon noble called Wulfnoth

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Copnall - St Thomas A Becket DP183102

Copnall - St Thomas A Becket DP183102
St Pauls Cathedral churchard, City of London. Bainbridge Copnall sculpture of St Thomas A Becket from west. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2015

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Brazdys - Ritual DP183075

Brazdys - Ritual DP183075
Coleman Street, City of London. Antanas Brazdys sculpture Ritual from north east. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2016

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Annan - Mural DP183029

Annan - Mural DP183029
Dorothy Annan Mural, Barbican Estate, City Of London. Formerly installed on The Central Telegraph Office, Farringdon, now reinstalled at the Barbican Estate. General view from east

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Elephant sculpture DP130353

Elephant sculpture DP130353
The Worshipful Company of Cutlers, Cutlers Hall, Warwick Lane, City of London. Main stair with elephant newel post

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Oxford Arms Inn AL1827_006_01

Oxford Arms Inn AL1827_006_01
Oxford Arms Inn, Oxford Arms Passage, Warwick Lane, City of London. Alfred and John Bool (1850-'1933) of Pimlico photographed the Oxford Arms Inn

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Angel Inn AL0144_080_01

Angel Inn AL0144_080_01
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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Final carriage for the Iron Duke CC97_01636

Final carriage for the Iron Duke CC97_01636
St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. The front of the car for the state occasion which bore the Duke of Wellington to his final resting place in the crypt of St Pauls in 1852

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: St Pauls Cathedral N110255

St Pauls Cathedral N110255
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. View showing Blackfriars Bridge and the River Thames with boats. Charcoal sketch by E Wilson, City of London School, 1914

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: St Pauls Cathedral N110253

St Pauls Cathedral N110253
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. View from Southwark Bridge 1825. Coloured Lithograph. Engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: St Pauls Cathedral, Samuel Rawles Observatory N110252

St Pauls Cathedral, Samuel Rawles Observatory N110252
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. Samuel Rawles Observatory 1821. Showing the observation platform above the pinnacle of St Pauls to allow the creation of a series of

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Nelsons last carriage N110251

Nelsons last carriage N110251
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. Car for Admiral Nelsons last journey. Engraving dated 1806. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Old St Pauls N110250

Old St Pauls N110250
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. View of the interior of the Nave of the old cathedral before the fire of 1666

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Old St Pauls N110249

Old St Pauls N110249
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. View of the interior of the Choir of the old cathedral before the fire of 1666

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Old St Pauls N110248

Old St Pauls N110248
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. View of the West End of the old cathedral before the fire of 1666

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Old St Pauls N110247

Old St Pauls N110247
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. View of the West End of the old cathedral in 1660 before the fire of 1666. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: London Bridge CC56_01072

London Bridge CC56_01072
LONDON BRIDGE, City of London. The bridge was rebuilt in 1825 as the old one could no longer cope with the increasing traffic, to a design by John Rennie

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: King Richard in great danger... N110032

King Richard in great danger... N110032
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. London 1381. " King Richard in great danger in the City of London and the rebels discomfited." Probably copied from a tapestry or painting

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Cannon Street and St Pauls CC73_01837

Cannon Street and St Pauls CC73_01837
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL from Cannon Street, City of London. A horse-drawn bus, a barrow boy and other traffic in Cannon Street, with St Pauls Cathedral forming a backdrop. Campbells Press Studio, 1905

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Old Guild Hall, London N840017

Old Guild Hall, London N840017
OLD GUILD HALL, City of London. Reconstruction drawing by Terry Ball (English Heritage Graphics Team) of the South West view of the Guidehall as it would have appeared c.1450

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Paternoster Square Column N080983

Paternoster Square Column N080983
PATERNOSTER SQUARE COLUMN, City of London. Monument to north of St Paul s

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat 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 imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: City of London N061024

City of London N061024
View from Waterloo Bridge along the River Thames towards the City of London at night

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: London Bridge CC97_01682

London Bridge CC97_01682
LONDON BRIDGE, City of London. A view looking north-west across a busy London Bridge with horse-drawn traffic and people. The bridge was built between 1823 and 1831. Photographed by York and Son

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Timber boarded house, City of London 1884 BL05123

Timber boarded house, City of London 1884 BL05123
BARTHOLOMEW CLOSE, City of London. General view of an old timber boarded house, latterly a shop, possibly medieval. Photographed by Bedford Lemere, 30th April 1884

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: London Bridge a073331

London Bridge a073331
LONDON BRIDGE, City Of London. A view of London Bridge from above looking across to the Southwark bank of the River Thames. Photograph by John Gay. Date range: 1960 - 1965

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Royal Exchange, London a065442

Royal Exchange, London a065442
ROYAL EXCHANGE, Threadneedle Street, City Of London. An oblique view of the central section of the east facade of the Royal Exchange, showing its bell tower and four central columns

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: The Bank of England CC97_01164

The Bank of England CC97_01164
BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A view of the Bank of England looking down Threadneedle Street and showing the decorations for Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee of 1897

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: Lloyds Building J060050

Lloyds Building J060050
LLOYDS BUILDING, 1 Lime Street, City of London. Evening View

Background imageCity of London Mouse Mat Collection: River Thames 21760_09

River Thames 21760_09
RIVER THAMES, London. Aerial view. The River Thames has always been of major importance to the City of London. It provided water (of varying quality), and a means of transportation and communication



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