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The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and one of the world's greatest libraries, and is located in London

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Background imageBritish Library Collection: Tower of London, Stepney, London, 1883. Artist: John Crowther

Tower of London, Stepney, London, 1883. Artist: John Crowther
Tower of London, Stepney, London, 1883. View of the Salt Tower, Cradle Tower and Well Tower at the Tower of London, Stepney. A row of cannons is in the foreground

Background imageBritish Library Collection: The Cornishman Express

The Cornishman Express
The Cornishman express of the Great Western Railway carries passengers from London to Cornwall (and back again if required)

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Queen Boudica of the Iceni Tribe

Queen Boudica of the Iceni Tribe. Commanded a combined army of British tribes which rose up and sacked Camulodunum (Colchester)

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with World Cup

Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with World Cup
World Cup Final 1966. Queen Elizabeth II presenting the World Cup trophy to Englands Bobby Moore victorious after winning the game against West Germany in London on 30 July 1966. Date: 1966

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Kingston Mkt / Vegetables

Kingston Mkt / Vegetables
KINGSTON MARKET A vegetable stallholder is caught by the camera as she pares her vegetables. Date: 1940s

Background imageBritish Library Collection: The Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman
The London and North Eastern Railways Flying Scotsman express, hauled by the 4-6-2 Pacific Papyrus locomotive

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, formed in 1968 from the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (top right), the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (bottom right)

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Watson and Crick with their DNA model

Watson and Crick with their DNA model
COMMERCIAL USE REQUIRES CLEARANCE. The discoverers of the structure of DNA. James Watson (b.1928) at left and Francis Crick (1916-2004), with their model of part of a DNA molecule in 1953

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Pendolino tilting train

Pendolino tilting train
A Pendolino tilting train, heading to London, tilts as it rounds a bend on the West Coast main line near Wolverton station, Bucks

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Mary Anning (1799-1847)

Mary Anning (1799-1847)
Pioneer fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset. Oil painting by an unknown artist, before 1842. Golden Cap is visible in the background. Held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Smithfield Market

Smithfield Market
Carcasses hanging from hooks and butchers wearing their traditional white overalls at Smithfield Market, London. Date: 1950s

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Lms Diesel Loco 10000

Lms Diesel Loco 10000
The London Midland and Scottish Railways diesel-electric loco no 10000

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Flying Scotsman C1927

Flying Scotsman C1927
The London and North Eastern Railways Flying Scotsman is hauled by Gresley Pacific 4475 Flying Fox locomotive

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Tablet of Shamash. beg. 9th c. BC. The sun-god

Tablet of Shamash. beg. 9th c. BC. The sun-god Shamash (right) receiving the Babylonian king Nabu-apla-iddina (left), between two interceding deities

Background imageBritish Library Collection: WW2 Poster -- Map of the British Army

WW2 Poster -- Map of the British Army
A Map of the British Army with Battle Honours, Military Achievements and Regimental Badges, first published in 1944 by HM Forces Savings Committee

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Claridges Hotel 1940S

Claridges Hotel 1940S
The front entrance of Claridges, one of Londons premier hotels

Background imageBritish Library Collection: First Christmas Card by Sir Henry Cole and John Horsley

First Christmas Card by Sir Henry Cole and John Horsley
Reputedly the first Christmas card, this was designed by Horsley in 1843, and a coloured version sent out by Sir Henry Cole in 1846

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Book of the Dead or Papyrus of Any. ca. 1275

Book of the Dead or Papyrus of Any. ca. 1275 BC. 19th Dynasty. Scene from the dead judgement before the presence of Osiris. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Painting. UNITED KINGDOM. London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Croydon Airport 1934

Croydon Airport 1934
Passengers disembarking from a plane at Croydon Airport. The painting is entitled The Airport of London, Croydon

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Police Officer London

Police Officer London
Police officer on duty in London with a George Vi helmet plate Metropolitan Police

Background imageBritish Library Collection: British Isles, satellite image

British Isles, satellite image
UK and Ireland. Satellite image of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (Eire). North is at top. Water is blue, vegetation is green, dry or barren areas are brown, and snow and ice are white

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, formed in 1968 from the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (top right), the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (bottom right)

Background imageBritish Library Collection: London Underground

London Underground
A Northern Line train in the standard red colour, on its way to Morden, southwest London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: University College Lond

University College Lond
University College, London. The impressive classical front

Background imageBritish Library Collection: British India Steam Navigation Company Ltd

British India Steam Navigation Company Ltd
A poster advertising the British India Steam Navigation Company, better known as B.I. and its shipping agent Gray Dawes & Co. of London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Festival of Britain View

Festival of Britain View
Aerial view of the exhibition site of the 1951 Festival of Britain on Londons South Bank showing the Dome of Discovery, The Skylon and other pavilions

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Battle of Omdurman, Friday, September 2, 1898

Battle of Omdurman, Friday, September 2, 1898. Chromolithograph, after A Sutherland, published by G W Bacon and Company Limited, 127 Strand, London, 1900 (c)

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason
The Fortnum and Mason lettering sign above the door of the famous store, selling luxury goods of all description, Piccadilly, London. Date: 1960s

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Wimbledon tennis complex, UK

Wimbledon tennis complex, UK
Wimbledon tennis complex, aerial photograph. This complex is host to the Wimbledon tennis championships, the oldest tennis tournament in the world

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Sir Robert Peel, c. 1846

Sir Robert Peel, c. 1846
Engraving of Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), the English statesman and Prime Minister. Peel was a Conservative MP who held strong views on Irish Catholicism and Free Trade vs Protectionism

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Edmundo Ros Club

Edmundo Ros Club in Regent Street, London drawn by Arthur Ferrier. Couples sit at lamplit tables while people dance, the band plays and the singer croons

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Globe Performance

Globe Performance
A performance is watched by a packed house at the Globe theatre, London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks

Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks
Krakatoa sunsets. Artwork of the spectacular red and orange sunsets caused in London, England, by the August 1883 eruption of Krakatoa, a volcano thousands of kilometres away in Indonesia

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Cid Officers as Dockers

Cid Officers as Dockers
C.I.D officers cunningly disguised as dockers during investigations into drug smugglers at Limehouse Docks, London. One man (r) has a hook for a hand

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Pearly Kings & Queens

Pearly Kings & Queens
A procession of pearly Kings and Queens, Southwark, London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: England. Carta Magna (1212). Manuscript Add

England. Carta Magna (1212). Manuscript Add. 4838. UNITED KINGDOM. London. The British Museum

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Advertisement for linoleum manufacturers

Advertisement for linoleum manufacturers
An advertisement for M Nairn & Co, floor cloth and linoleum manufacturers of Kirkcaldy, Scotland, with premises also in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Paris. circa 1883

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Eurostar Channel Tunnel train

Eurostar Channel Tunnel train
Channel Tunnel train at a station. The Channel Tunnel provides a rail link between Britain and France. Each train is 800 metres long and carries up to 180 cars or 28 lorries

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Police Officers London

Police Officers London
Police officers wearing old and new uniforms. On left wearing 1980 uniform, on right the old from the period 1959-1980 Metropolitan Police in London near Houses of Parliament

Background imageBritish Library Collection: The London Palladium

The London Palladium

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Crossing the Forthbridge

Crossing the Forthbridge
A London and North Eastern Railway train crosses the Forth Bridge, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Date: 1930s

Background imageBritish Library Collection: The Brighton Belle

The Brighton Belle
The Southern Railways electric pullman express, the Brighton Belle between London and Brighton

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Inside the Great Exhibition of 1851

Inside the Great Exhibition of 1851
The Great Exhibition of All Nations - general view of the interior of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: First Remembrance Day 1919

First Remembrance Day 1919
On 11th November 1919, the first anniversary of Armistice day, the Britsh nation, in reponse to an invitation by King George V

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Jersey Airways Poster

Jersey Airways Poster
Jersey Airways Ltd poster, showing a passenger biplane flying from the south coast of Britain to Jersey. Listing duration and costs of flights from London and Portsmouth. 20th century

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Metropolitan Police officers, Battle of Cable Street

Metropolitan Police officers, Battle of Cable Street
Metropolitan Police officers attempt to dismantle a barricade set up by anti-fascist demonstrators in the East End of London

Background imageBritish Library Collection: Sheffield, UK, aerial image

Sheffield, UK, aerial image
Sheffield, UK, aerial photograph. Sheffield is a city of some 510, 000 people (2003) in South Yorkshire. The M1 motorway (running down right) links Sheffield with London (to the south)

Background imageBritish Library Collection: The education of British Youth: Stonyhurst College

The education of British Youth: Stonyhurst College
As part of their series on the education of British Youth, the Illustrated London News ran a feature on Stonyhurst College, Lancashire



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British Library Collection

The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and one of the world's greatest libraries, and is located in London, England and is a major research library with over 150 million items from many countries and cultures. The library holds a vast collection of books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, magazines, sound recordings and more. It also has an extensive digital collection that includes millions of digitised items such as e-books and audio recordings. They also hosts regular exhibitions on topics ranging from literature to science to history. Visitors can explore our collections through guided tours or by visiting its reading rooms for research purposes. With its rich history and diverse collections, the British Library offers something for everyone interested in learning about Britain's culture or exploring its past.
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