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Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518

Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518
LUDGATE CIRCUS, City of London. A busy street view of Ludgate Circus looking towards St Pauls Cathedral with horse-drawn buses in the foreground and a steam train on the bridge

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London Bridge (new), London, 1831

London Bridge (new), London, 1831
View of London Bridge, London, opened by King William IV and Queen Adelaide in 1831. In the foreground figures stand on decorated ships and barges looking towards the dome of St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Poster, Night Mail

Poster, Night Mail, quoting part of the poem by W H Auden written for and narrated in the documentary film of the same name (1936). circa 1930s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Fleet Street, London, c. 1894

Fleet Street, London, c. 1894
Photograph showing the view east along Fleet Street, towards Ludgate and St. Pauls Cathedral, c.1894. A large number of horse-drawn carriages can be seen rushing along the street as a steam train

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Meeting Place, bronze sculpture by Paul Day, St. Pancras Station, London

The Meeting Place, bronze sculpture by Paul Day, St. Pancras Station, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St. Paul's and Ludgate Hill, c. 1887 (oil on canvas)

St. Paul's and Ludgate Hill, c. 1887 (oil on canvas)
CH405696 St. Paul's and Ludgate Hill, c.1887 (oil on canvas) by Logsdail, William (1859-1944); 73.3x55 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christie's Images

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Sunrise looking down the river Thames to Tower Bridge, the Shard and city, London

Sunrise looking down the river Thames to Tower Bridge, the Shard and city, London, England, UK

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London GWR poster, 1923-1947

London GWR poster, 1923-1947
Great Western Railway poster showing St Pauls Cathedral and the River Thames. Artwork by Frank Mason

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral - Section through Wrens Dome

St Pauls Cathedral - Section through Wrens Dome
A section drawing through the dome of St Pauls Cathedral, the architectural masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren. The inner brick dome stands 218 ft from the floor of the cathedral

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant

The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant
A rare mezzotint of High Leicestershire Lights of the past enjoying breakfast before a hunt. From left to right are Massey Stanley, the Earl of Wilton, Count Matuszevic, Lord Gardner

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987

St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. St Pauls, viewed from Bull Wharf on the river frontage, seems to dominate the Victorian City. Photograph pre-1876. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral CC97_00536

St Pauls Cathedral CC97_00536
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. A general view looking across the River Thames from bankside and towards St Pauls with a passenger paddle steamer moored at the opposite bank

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064

Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, London. The southern approach to the bridge looking towards St Pauls at dusk / night

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01

St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01
View of St Pauls Cathedral from Southwark Bridge, London. Attributed to Alfred Rosling. c.1855. Albumen print

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: John Milton, English poet

John Milton, English poet
John Milton (1608-1674), English poet. Milton was born in London and was educated at St. Pauls School and at Christs College, Cambridge

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: UK, London, The City, Waterloo Bridge over River Thames

UK, London, The City, Waterloo Bridge over River Thames
UK, London, The City and St. Pauls Cathedral, Waterloo Bridge over River Thames

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge, London, England, United Kingdom

St Pauls Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: GWR Publicity Poster, London, 1946

GWR Publicity Poster, London, 1946
The poster was produced by the GWR just after the Second World War. It was designed by Frank Henry Mason. The huge dome of St Pauls Cathedral dominates the skyline

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Sunrise looking down the river Thames to Tower Bridge, London, England, UK

Sunrise looking down the river Thames to Tower Bridge, London, England, UK

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London - St Pauls Cathedral, LNER poster, 1939

London - St Pauls Cathedral, LNER poster, 1939
London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) poster showing St Pauls Cathedral, London. Artwork by James Bateman

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: A New Map of the Roman Empire, from A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, pub

A New Map of the Roman Empire, from A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, pub
BAL42841 A New Map of the Roman Empire, from A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, pub. by Bassett & Chiswell, 1676 (hand coloured plate engraving) by Speed

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: An Exact Delineation of the cities of London and Westminster and the suburbs (engraving)

An Exact Delineation of the cities of London and Westminster and the suburbs (engraving)
XJF2639696 An Exact Delineation of the cities of London and Westminster and the suburbs (engraving) by Faithorne, William (1616-91) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London by LMS, LMS poster, c 1925

London by LMS, LMS poster, c 1925
Poster produced by London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail services to London. The poster shows a view across the Thames to St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Panorama of London, 1616 (engraving)

Panorama of London, 1616 (engraving)
XOS1448854 Panorama of London, 1616 (engraving) by Visscher, Nicolaes (Claes) Jansz (1586-1652); Private Collection; (add.info.: View of London from South bank with its Tudor theatres)

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral N110254

St Pauls Cathedral N110254
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. " Die Paulskirche im London." View from the River Thames with boats. German engraving dated 1850. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: UK, London, St. Pauls Cathedral from South Bank

UK, London, St. Pauls Cathedral from South Bank
UK, London, St. Pauls Cathedral from Southbank

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: UK, London, The City, Waterloo Bridge over River Thames

UK, London, The City, Waterloo Bridge over River Thames
UK, London, The City and St. Pauls Cathedral, Waterloo Bridge over River Thames

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral EAW011371

St Pauls Cathedral EAW011371
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. Aerial view. In this photograph of October 1947 the Cathedral still survives, but the widespread devastation caused by bombing during the Second World War is apparent in

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral a077337

St Pauls Cathedral a077337
ST PAULS CATHEDRAL, London. Part of the west facade of St. Pauls Cathedral in the City of London, as seen past road traffic on Ludgate Hill to the west, with London buses in the foreground

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Panorama of the City of London, 1710. Artist

Panorama of the City of London, 1710. Artist
Panorama of the City of London, 1710. View of the City of London from the south bank of the River Thames with the Royal arms in the top left and the City arms in the top right

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Wellingtons last procession K020718

Wellingtons last procession K020718
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. Watercolour. After the Late Duke of Wellingtons death at Walmer Castle in September 1852 he was honoured with an official state occasion at St Pauls Cathedral, London

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral in bomb damaged surroundings a093716

St Pauls Cathedral in bomb damaged surroundings a093716
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. The cathedral in mist with the snow-covered ruins of a bomb damaged building in the foreground. Photographed by John Gay in 1947

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: City of London N061025

City of London N061025
View from Waterloo Bridge along the River Thames towards the City of London at night. An illuminated St. Pauls Cathedral under a full moon

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Messrs Pellatt & Green, St Pauls Churchyard 1809 J000148

Messrs Pellatt & Green, St Pauls Churchyard 1809 J000148
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " Messrs Pellatt & Green, St Pauls Churchyard" London. Interior view. Print for " No 5 of Ackermanns Repository of Arts" 1809

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge, London, England, United Kingdom

St Pauls Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral N020040

St Pauls Cathedral N020040
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. Aerial view of St Pauls and surrounding City landscape

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Sir Richard Steeles Cottage, Hampstead, 1831 to 1832. Creator: John Constable

Sir Richard Steeles Cottage, Hampstead, 1831 to 1832. Creator: John Constable
Sir Richard Steeles Cottage, Hampstead; A View of London, with Sir Richard Steeles House; Sir Richard Steeles Cottage; Hampstead Heath; Sir Richard Steeles Cottage at Hampstead; View of London with

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret - George V Silver Jubilee

Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret - George V Silver Jubilee
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Rose waiting before the start of the Thanksgiving Service marking King George Vs Silver Jubilee at St. Pauls Cathedral, London. Date: 1935

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London from Parliament Hill, pub. 1923. Creator: Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson 

London from Parliament Hill, pub. 1923. Creator: Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson 
London from Parliament Hill, pub. 1923 (etching)

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: A tug boat passes under Southwark Bridge, London

A tug boat passes under Southwark Bridge, London
A tug boat passes under the newly re-opened Southwark Bridge on the Thames River in London, 1921. St Pauls Cathedral is seen silhouetted in the background. 1921

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral and a Sergeant of City of London Police

St Pauls Cathedral and a Sergeant of City of London Police Date: circa 1950

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Carts and boxes full of fruit and vegetables in Covent Gardens flower, fruit

Carts and boxes full of fruit and vegetables in Covent Gardens flower, fruit and vegetable market. A sign giving directions to St Pauls Church, Covent Garden, London, is seen on the building

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral dominates the view of the area north of Cannon Street (left) Rebuilding

St Pauls Cathedral dominates the view of the area north of Cannon Street (left) Rebuilding is now well underway on sites bombed during the blitz

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London street scene. Busy horse - drawn traffic at Ludgate Hill, looking towards St

London street scene. Busy horse - drawn traffic at Ludgate Hill, looking towards St. Pauls Cathedral, St Brides Church and the railway bridge. Early 1900s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London, GWR poster, 1940s

London, GWR poster, 1940s
Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote train services to London. Although the style of the artwork would suggest a date in the 1940s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Princess Diana, William and Harry meeting firefighters

Princess Diana, William and Harry meeting firefighters
Princess Diana and her sons, Princes William and Harry, meeting firefighters at the The Blitz Remembered Service at St Pauls Cathedral, London, on 25 October 1990

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Blitz Remembered Service at St Pauls Cathedral

The Blitz Remembered Service at St Pauls Cathedral
Princess Diana an her sons, the princes William and Harry attending the The Blitz Remembered Service at St Pauls Cathedral, London

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: SR1E86510N92C

SR1E86510N92C
Britains Queen Elizabeth smiles as she leaves St Pauls Cathedral with its Dean, David Ison (L) and the Canon Pastor, Michael Colclough (R)



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St Pauls Cathedral Collection

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