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>>>>> Battersea Park
>>>>> Big Ben
>>>>> Bishops Park
>>>>> Brick Lane
>>>>> British Museum
>>>>> Brockwell Park
>>>>> Buckingham Palace
>>>>> Bushy Park
>>>>> Camden Market
>>>>> Carnaby Street
>>>>> Chelsea Physic Garden
>>>>> Chiswick House
>>>>> Clissold Park
>>>>> Crystal Palace
>>>>> Gatwick Airport
>>>>> Green Park
>>>>> Greenwich Park
>>>>> Gunnersbury Park
>>>>> Hampstead Heath
>>>>> Hampton Court Palace
>>>>> Harrods
>>>>> Heathrow Airport
>>>>> High Court
>>>>> Holland Park
>>>>> Hyde Park
>>>>> Kensington Gardens
>>>>> Kensington Palace
>>>>> Kew Palace
>>>>> Kyoto Garden
>>>>> Leadenhall Market
>>>>> Lee Valley
>>>>> Limehouse Basin
>>>>> London Eye
>>>>> London Zoo
>>>>> New River
>>>>> Osterley Park
>>>>> Paddington Basin
>>>>> Palace of Westminster
>>>>> Piccadilly Circus
>>>>> Regents Park
>>>>> Richmond Park
>>>>> Serpentine
>>>>> Southwark Park
>>>>> Speakers Corner
>>>>> St James Park
>>>>> St Pauls Cathedral
>>>>> Syon House
>>>>> Syon Park
>>>>> Temperate House
>>>>> Thames Barrier
>>>>> Tower Bridge
>>>>> Tower of London
>>>>> Trafalgar Square
>>>>> Trent Park
>>>>> Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
>>>>> Victoria Park
>>>>> Waterlow Park
>>>>> Wellington Arch
>>>>> Whitehall
>>>>> Wimbledon Park
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The New Comet! Discovered on Sunday last, September, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Related Images Print

The New Comet! Discovered on Sunday last, September, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The New Comet! Discovered on Sunday last, September, 1844. The comet was discovered by ...Mr. Melhop, of Hamburgh...We lost no time in endeavouring to procure for our readers a correct drawing of its appearance, but owing to the continuance of cloudy and hazy weather, we were not able till late on Wednesday night to get a view of sufficient clearness for the purpose. At that time, favoured by the assistance of Sir James South, and the use of his powerful instruments, we succeeded in getting the sight from which the accompanying cut has been made. The comet appeared to be composed of a brilliant well defined nucleus, four or five seconds diameter, and a broad luminous tail of about two degrees in length'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Coronation, Crowning of King George VI 1937 Featured Related Images Print

Coronation, Crowning of King George VI 1937

Ceremony in Westminister Abbey, the moment when the pageant of religion and slendour, the Archbishop of Canterbury placed St. Edward's Crown on the King's head, at the sight where of the people with loud and repeated shouts, shall cry God Save the King'. This was followed bby the wonderfully beautiful fanfare of trumpets. During the putting-on of the Crown, only the King and Queen are seated the Queen still onher Chair of Estate. She can be seen on the left watching the ceremony and in the Royal Gallery behind are Queen Mary, Princess Elizabath (Queen Elizabath), Princess Margaret Rose and the Princess Royal. Date: 12 May 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Battle Areas - from the womans point of view, Helen McKie Featured Related Images Print

Battle Areas - from the womans point of view, Helen McKie

Impressions of Rheims by Miss Helen McKie. One in a series of sketches, drawn by Bystander artist Helen McKie during a visit to war torn France following the end of the First World War. 1. A big space has been cleared in one part of town hwere huge quantities of irons goods are stored. 2, Newsagent blowing a horn in the deserted streets to let houses know when the papers arrive. 3. Huge numbers of German prisoners are employed in clearing up debris. 4. A familiar sight in Rheims at this time. One the doors of those houses which it was possible to restore, are chalked up instructions to the effect that the house is to be kept, and that the owner is returning or has returned. Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans