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Ironbridge Gorge EAW024219 Featured Georgian Life Print

Ironbridge Gorge EAW024219

THE IRONBRIDGE GORGE, Shropshire. In addition to the famous bridge, Ironbridge was home to a number of the key elements that drove the Industrial Revolution, including the Bedlam Furnaces (bottom right, near to the gasworks cylinder, which is now a picnic area). Also in this view are a foundry, limekilns, coppiced woodland used for charcoal production, claypits, quarries and coal mines, brick and tile works, and the Great Western Railway Severn Valley branch line. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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Delph Locks Featured Georgian Life Print

Delph Locks

A closely-spaced flight of narrow locks on the Stourbridge Canal. Known locally as "Nine Locks" although only eight now remain. IoE 217976

© Colin Cundy Source: Images of England

Listed, Lock Gate, Transport, Victorian, Water, Water Way, West Midlands

Temple Bar in 1797 N110161 Featured Georgian Life Print

Temple Bar in 1797 N110161

MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Temple Bar, City of London. "West View of Temple Bar". Actually shows the Westminster side. This incarnation of Temple Bar (the gate between the Cities of London and Westminster) was constructed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672. It was removed in 1878 in order to widen the road. A reconstruction using much of the original stonework can now be seen at Paternoster Square. Coloured engraving dated 1797

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