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Choose from 40 pictures in our House and home collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Clifton EPW005463 Featured House and home Print

Clifton EPW005463

CLIFTON, Bristol. Aerial view of Clifton showing the Avon Gorge and Suspension Bridge photographed in March 1921. This area of Clifton includes a lot of Georgian and Regency housing including Royal York Crescent and The Paragon. The suspension bridge was designed in the 1830s and completed in 1864 to designs by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

© Historic England

Girl in prefab kitchen P_H00049_007 Featured House and home Print

Girl in prefab kitchen P_H00049_007

A young girl in the kitchen of a Uni-Seco prefabricated house in Lyham Road, Brixton, London. 22nd September 1945. Ministry of Works. Prefabricated houses were constructed in Lyham Road and other similar sites in the area, in spaces left between older houses, where buildings had been destroyed by bombing

© Historic England Archive

Bossington OP01574 Featured House and home Print

Bossington OP01574

Bossington, Somerset, 1890-??1910. Unknown photographer, probably Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte (1848-??1940), platinum print. Lyte'??s view of the village of Bossington in the decades before the First World War is full of interesting topographical details. The distant hill hints at the settlementa??s secluded valley setting; the ancient gnarled tree and the stone and thatched cottages, one with a massive external chimney, suggest a place of great antiquity; the stone pavement and steps outside the cottage on the right warn of deep winter mud, not least in the unpaved road. The peaceful scene suggests a rural idyll, but few inhabitants probably shared that view

© Historic England