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Battersea Power Station AA077607 Featured Industrial Print

Battersea Power Station AA077607

BATTERSEA POWER STATION, London. View of the station in Battersea, as seen at dusk from across the River Thames in Westminster, and showing steam rising from its four distinctive chimneys and lights illuminating the surrounding industrial machinery. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1955 - 1960

© Historic England

Dusk, Industrial, River

Ghent (Gand), Belgium - Statue of/Monument to Lievin Bauwens (by sculptor Pieter De Vigne Featured Industrial Print

Ghent (Gand), Belgium - Statue of/Monument to Lievin Bauwens (by sculptor Pieter De Vigne

Ghent (Gand), Belgium - Statue of/Monument to Lievin Bauwens (by sculptor Pieter De Vigne) in the Lieven Bauwensplein Square. Lieven Bauwens (1769- 1822) was a Belgian entrepreneur and industrial spy who was sent to Great Britain at a young age and brought a spinning mule and skilled workers back to the European continent. Date: circa 1900s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Labour Union Poster - Great London Dock Strike Featured Industrial Print

Labour Union Poster - Great London Dock Strike

Labour Union Poster Commemorating the Great London Dock Strike of 1889. This industrial dispute involving dock workers in the Port of London broke out on 14 August 1889, resulting in a victory for the 100,000 strikers and establishing strong trade unions amongst London dockers, one of which became the nationally important Dock, Wharf, Riverside and General Labourers Union. The strike is widely considered a milestone in the development of the British labour movement, symbolising the growth of the New Unions of casual, unskilled and poorly paid workers, in contrast to the craft unions already in existence. The strike helped to draw attention to the problem of poverty in Victorian Britain and the dockers cause attracted considerable public sympathy. Date: 1889

© Mary Evans Picture Library