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Trafalgar Square is a public space in the heart of London, England and is one of the most famous squares in Europe and is a popular tourist attraction

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Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: A1 Grand Prix Launch

A1 Grand Prix Launch
The A1 Grand Prix car beneath Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square. A1 Grand Prix Launch, 30 September 2004, London, England. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Arrival of the first train of the Atlantic and Great Western Railroad at James Town... 1860

Arrival of the first train of the Atlantic and Great Western Railroad at James Town... 1860. Creator: Unknown
Arrival of the first train of the Atlantic and Great Western Railroad at James Town from New York, 1860....the line just opened [supplies] an immediate connected highway from the chief emporium of

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Nelson Day: Scene in Trafalgar Square, London, 1895, (c1900). Creator: Unknown

Nelson Day: Scene in Trafalgar Square, London, 1895, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
Nelson Day: Scene in Trafalgar Square, London, 1895, (c1900)....the Nelson column was decked with wreaths, in commemoration of the ninetieth anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar [1805]'

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: The Peace Illuminations - The National Gallery, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illuminations - The National Gallery, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illuminations - The National Gallery, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War. It was necessary that the people should share, or appear to share

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Proclamation of Peace at Trafalgar-Square, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Proclamation of Peace at Trafalgar-Square, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Proclamation of Peace at Trafalgar-Square, 1856. Crowds in London at an official ceremony to mark the end of the Crimean War

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Homeward Bound Through Trafalgar Square, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Homeward Bound Through Trafalgar Square, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Homeward Bound Through Trafalgar Square, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Recruiting for the Army outside St. George's Barracks, Trafalgar Square, 1891. Creator: Henri Lanos

Recruiting for the Army outside St. George's Barracks, Trafalgar Square, 1891. Creator: Henri Lanos
Recruiting for the Army outside St. George's Barracks, Trafalgar Square, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: The Rioting in the West End of London, February 8th. 1886. Creator: Unknown

The Rioting in the West End of London, February 8th. 1886. Creator: Unknown
The Rioting in the West End of London, February 8th. 1886. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 33. January to June, 1886"

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Trafalgar Square during the meetings of the Unemployed and the Social Democrats, 1886

Trafalgar Square during the meetings of the Unemployed and the Social Democrats, 1886. Creator: Unknown
Trafalgar Square during the meetings of the Unemployed and the Social Democrats, 1886. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 33. January to June, 1886"

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: The Creation of Adam, modelled by J. Physick, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Creation of Adam, modelled by J. Physick, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Creation of Adam, modelled by J. Physick, 1850. This figure, illustrative of the "Creation of Adam, " has just been modelled by Mr

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Bronze Alto-Rilievo, by Woodington, for the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar-Square... 1850

Bronze Alto-Rilievo, by Woodington, for the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar-Square... 1850. Creator: Unknown
Bronze Alto-Rilievo, by Woodington, for the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar-Square - the Battle of the Nile, 1850. The second alto-relievo has just been placed upon the Nelson Column

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Bronze Relief, by Ternouth, for the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar-Square... 1850. Creator: Unknown

Bronze Relief, by Ternouth, for the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar-Square... 1850. Creator: Unknown
Bronze Relief, by Ternouth, for the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar-Square - the Bombardment of Copenhagen, 1850. The Bombardment of Copenhagen is the incident in the life of the great Admiral forming

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Parade Formula Street

F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Parade Formula Street
F1 Live London. London, United Kingdom. Wednesday 12 July 2017. A line-up of Formula 1 cars in Trafalgar Square ahead of the London F1 street demonstration

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Parade Formula Street

F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Parade Formula Street
F1 Live London. London, United Kingdom. Wednesday 12 July 2017. A line-up of Formula 1 cars in Trafalgar Square ahead of the London F1 street demonstration

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Parade Formula Street

F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Parade Formula Street
F1 Live London. London, United Kingdom. Wednesday 12 July 2017. A line-up of Formula 1 cars in Trafalgar Square ahead of the London F1 street demonstration

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Lewis Hamilton Book Launch

Lewis Hamilton Book Launch
The cover of the new Lewis Hamilton book "My Story". Lewis Hamilton Book Launch, Trafalgar Square, London, England, 5 November 2007

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Fountain in the Royal Horticultural Society's Gardens, designed by Hubert, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Fountain in the Royal Horticultural Society's Gardens, designed by Hubert, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Fountain in the Royal Horticultural Society's Gardens, designed by Hubert, 1862. Engraving from a photograph by L. Birnstingl and Co

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Lewis Hamilton Book Launch

Lewis Hamilton Book Launch
Lewis Hamilton (GBR) McLaren poses for photographers with his new book. Lewis Hamilton Book Launch, Trafalgar Square, London, England, 5 November 2007

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Crowds gather round Nelsons column in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the victory of

Crowds gather round Nelsons column in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the victory of French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805. Date: 21 October 1890s

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Trafalgar Square, Westminster LB: Trafalgar Square looking east to Charing Cross

Trafalgar Square, Westminster LB: Trafalgar Square looking east to Charing Cross
1786765 Trafalgar Square, Westminster LB: Trafalgar Square looking east to Charing Cross, 1896 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); London Metropolitan Archives

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Couple meet on a foggy day, Trafalgar Square, London, Sunday 7th December 1952

Couple meet on a foggy day, Trafalgar Square, London, Sunday 7th December 1952, with a solitary pigeon as witness, the couple, one from Islington, the other from Coulsdon in Surrey

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Nelsons Column, Trafalgar Square, London. Picture shows people crossing

Nelsons Column, Trafalgar Square, London. Picture shows people crossing the road on this autumn day in the capital. Picture taken 3rd November 1931

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Trafalgar Square, looking toward Whitehall, London. Picture taken 10th

Trafalgar Square, looking toward Whitehall, London. Picture taken 10th September 1932

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Charing Cross Station in the distance, on The Strand and next to Trafalgar Square

Charing Cross Station in the distance, on The Strand and next to Trafalgar Square. Picture shows pedestrians and the bustling London traffic

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Charing Cross Station, on The Strand and next to Trafalgar Square

Charing Cross Station, on The Strand and next to Trafalgar Square, showing bust London traffic. Picture taken 20th November 1933

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Celebrations in Trafalgar Square, London, on 11th November 1918

Celebrations in Trafalgar Square, London, on 11th November 1918, after World War One was declared over and a victory to the allies

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Blue Peters John Noakes, climbs to the top of Nelsons Column

Blue Peters John Noakes, climbs to the top of Nelsons Column. He talks at the top to workmen who are washing Nelson. 29th April 1977

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Mrs Norah Dacre Fox, General Secretary of the Women

Mrs Norah Dacre Fox, General Secretary of the Womens Social and Political Union speaking in aid of the War Effort in Trafalgar Square, London, Friday 9th July 1915

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Scenes in Trafalgar Square Fountain as the New Year comes in

Scenes in Trafalgar Square Fountain as the New Year comes in. Thousands congregated on the square for the occasion. 1st January 1960

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: The Queen in the Gold State Coach passing Charring Cross Road

The Queen in the Gold State Coach passing Charring Cross Road, Trafalgar Square on her way to Westminster Abbey for her coronation. 2nd June 1953

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: A view of London, looking down Whitehall, taken from the top of Nelson

A view of London, looking down Whitehall, taken from the top of Nelsons Column as it is being cleaned. Trafalgar Square, London, 2nd March 1968

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Nelsons Column Lions Trafalgar Square London. One of the four Lion statues at the base of

Nelsons Column Lions Trafalgar Square London. One of the four Lion statues at the base of Nelsons column was given a large bowl of bones for Christmas by an anonymous admirer

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Two dinosaurs as high as a double decker bus fight each other in London

Two dinosaurs as high as a double decker bus fight each other in Londons Trafalgar Square. The event is to publicise the Boys and Girls Exhibition which will open at Alexandra Palace on march 10th

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Coracle fishermen in London. One of the fishermen paddles his coracle round Trafalgar

Coracle fishermen in London. One of the fishermen paddles his coracle round Trafalgar Square fountain to the interest of visitors. 1st April 1972

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Crowd gathers on a statue in Trafalgar Square London 1945 on VE night

Crowd gathers on a statue in Trafalgar Square London 1945 on VE night, end of WW2 in Europe 8th May 1945

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Passing out Parade, five boy sailors fainted under the heat at an annual Trafalgar Day

Passing out Parade, five boy sailors fainted under the heat at an annual Trafalgar Day celebration in Trafalgar Square, London, Sunday 24th October 1971

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Trafalgar Square London October 1967 Battle of Trafalgar Commemoration

Trafalgar Square London October 1967 Battle of Trafalgar Commemoration Trafalgar day service. The Royal Navy holds it annual service in front of Nelsons Column

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: South African President Nelson Mandela addressing the crowds from the balcony of South

South African President Nelson Mandela addressing the crowds from the balcony of South Africa House In Trafalgar Square, on the last day of his state visit to the United Kingdom 12th July 1996

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Chinese New Year Celebration Trafalgar Square London February 1977 140ft Chinese

Chinese New Year Celebration Trafalgar Square London February 1977 140ft Chinese Dragon. A Chinese Dragon dance, the first ever seen in Britain was performed in Trafalgar Square

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: The Royal Messenger Coach posting pass St Martins in the Field church in Trafalgar

The Royal Messenger Coach posting pass St Martins in the Field church in Trafalgar Square, London Circa 1963

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Actress and former model Madeline Smith was forcibly moved on by the law in company with

Actress and former model Madeline Smith was forcibly moved on by the law in company with a dodo in a pram in Trafalgar Square

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Six young ladies pushing prams on a sunny day in Trafalgar Square

Six young ladies pushing prams on a sunny day in Trafalgar Square, is not a sight that would normaly stop sightseers in their tracks

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen

The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queens coach passing through Admiralty Arch on the way to Westminster Abbey before the ceremony. 2nd June 1953

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: CND Ban the Bomb Demonstration London 10th September 1961

CND Ban the Bomb Demonstration London 10th September 1961. Seated at the base of Nelsons Colum are Diana Collins (A speaker), Constance Cummings (A speaker)

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Election night scene in Trafalgar Square. Revellers celebrating in the fountains after

Election night scene in Trafalgar Square. Revellers celebrating in the fountains after Ted Heaths Conservative party gained a surprising victory June 1970

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: 17 year old Bindi Williams an aboriginal boy actor, flew into London to see the first

17 year old Bindi Williams an aboriginal boy actor, flew into London to see the first transmission in colour of a new Australian series called " Woobinda

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: Anti-Vietnam War demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London

Anti-Vietnam War demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. Placards read: Black Dwarf, Axel Springer Today! Cecil King Tomorrow

Background imageTrafalgar Square Collection: VJ Day celebrations

VJ Day celebrations
People dancing in the Trafalgar Square fountain on VJ Day



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Trafalgar Square Collection

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