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Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035 Featured Related Images Print

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035

LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the "Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), and is host to Middlesex County Cricket and the England and Wales Cricket Board. The Pavilion, shown here, was built in 1889-90 and is a Grade II* listed building. Primarily used by members of the MCC, it contains the famous Long Room, honours boards and the dressing rooms for the two teams

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The Duke of Devonshires racehorse Basto, c.1708-25 (oil on canvas) Featured Related Images Print

The Duke of Devonshires racehorse Basto, c.1708-25 (oil on canvas)

3934330 The Duke of Devonshire's racehorse Basto, c.1708-25 (oil on canvas) by Wootton, John (c.1682-1765); 101.5x127.5 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; ( Basto (1702-23) was a celebrated thoroughbred racehorse, sired by the Byerley Turk.); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; English, out of copyright

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White City Stadium EAW164317 Featured Related Images Print

White City Stadium EAW164317

White City Stadium, London. Originally built for the 1908 summer Olympics, it became the home of greyhound racing and hosted a number of other sports. Photographed here by Aerofilms in July 1966 set up for athletics. Two weeks later it played host to the World Cup match between Uruguay and France. The stadium was demolished in 1985

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