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Terrace Collection

From historic landmarks to breathtaking views, terraces offer a glimpse into diverse worlds

Background imageTerrace Collection: War mural of Bobby Sands MP at Belfast

War mural of Bobby Sands MP at Belfast
Belfast. War mural of Bobby Sands MP in the end corner of the terrace house. Date: 2011

Background imageTerrace Collection: Madame Butterfly Poster

Madame Butterfly Poster

Background imageTerrace Collection: Modernist House At Chilwell, Nottingham

Modernist House At Chilwell, Nottingham
A pair of photographs, one shows the exterior view of a modernist house located at Hallams Lane, Chilwell, Nottingham, designed in 1937 by architect Raymond Myerscough Walker

Background imageTerrace Collection: The Imperial Hotel, Torquay, 1937

The Imperial Hotel, Torquay, 1937. From The Sphere - Coronation Record Number. [The Sphere, London, 1937]

Background imageTerrace Collection: London Terrace Apartments, New York

London Terrace Apartments, New York City, America

Background imageTerrace Collection: Lebanon - Zahle

Lebanon - Zahle
The Wadi (the Arabic term traditionally referring to a valley) at Zahle, Lebanon. The Beqaa Valley wine region. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageTerrace Collection: Label Sorrento Hotel

Label Sorrento Hotel
A panoramic view of Vesuvius is promised by the label of the HOTEL MEDITERRANEO at Sorrento, Italy, from its dining terrace

Background imageTerrace Collection: View over the seaside town of Sorrento

View over the seaside town of Sorrento, near Naples, Campania, Italy, Europe

Background imageTerrace Collection: Oxnead Hall, Norfolk

Oxnead Hall, Norfolk
A fine print of a splendid example of a stately home - Oxnead Hall, Norfolk, with its terrace and walled garden, and woods behind

Background imageTerrace Collection: Five adjacent pubs in Portsmouth, Hampshire

Five adjacent pubs in Portsmouth, Hampshire
Portsmouth was a town of many wonders in 1911. One of them was the possession of five fully licensed houses standing next to each other

Background imageTerrace Collection: Captain Berrys dachshunds in the park

Captain Berrys dachshunds in the park
A large number of dachshunds, one of them a rough coated specimen, are taken for a walk in the park. They belong to a Captain Berry of Queens Gate Terrace, South Kensington, London

Background imageTerrace Collection: RENOIR: TWO SISTERS, 1881. Pierre Auguste Renoir: Two Sisters on the Terrace. Oil on canvas, 1881

RENOIR: TWO SISTERS, 1881. Pierre Auguste Renoir: Two Sisters on the Terrace. Oil on canvas, 1881

Background imageTerrace Collection: Royal Crescent, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Avon, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Royal Crescent, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Avon, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageTerrace Collection: Bus embedded in house, Blackstock Road, London

Bus embedded in house, Blackstock Road, London
Bus embedded in the front of a house in Blackstock Road, London NW4, on 13 January 1974. The car in the foreground was shunted through a garden wall after being struck by the bus

Background imageTerrace Collection: Bomb damage in Kilgour Road, SE London, WW2

Bomb damage in Kilgour Road, SE London, WW2
Panoramic view of bomb damage in Kilgour Road, SE London, 18 November 1944. Rubble and debris can be seen on both sides of the road

Background imageTerrace Collection: Bomb damage and crater, Petherton Road, London, WW2

Bomb damage and crater, Petherton Road, London, WW2
Panoramic view of extensive bomb damage and a crater in Petherton Road, North London, 2 July 1944. A salvage operation took place, pumping out flooded basements

Background imageTerrace Collection: Belgium, West Flanders (Vlaanderen), Bruges (Brugge)

Belgium, West Flanders (Vlaanderen), Bruges (Brugge). Medieval guild houses and restaurants on Markt square at dusk

Background imageTerrace Collection: Morshead Mansions, Morshead Road, Maida Vale, London

Morshead Mansions, Morshead Road, Maida Vale, London. Date: circa 1910

Background imageTerrace Collection: Barlow Fold Road, Romiley, Stockport, Greater Manchester

Barlow Fold Road, Romiley, Stockport, Greater Manchester
Terraced cottages on Barlow Fold Road, Romiley, Stockport, Greater Manchester Date: circa 1907

Background imageTerrace Collection: LCC-LFB Serious house fire in Notting Hill

LCC-LFB Serious house fire in Notting Hill
Firefighters using the 50 foot wheeled escape ladder to gain access to the upper floors of this terraced house affected by a serious blaze in Notting Hill, West London

Background imageTerrace Collection: Brunels SS Great Eastern, Milford Haven, South Wales

Brunels SS Great Eastern, Milford Haven, South Wales
Brunels iron sailing steamship, the SS Great Eastern, berthed at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, during the 1870s. The ship is so large that it runs the length of Hamilton Terrace

Background imageTerrace Collection: The Royal Crescent, Bath K991513

The Royal Crescent, Bath K991513
THE ROYAL CRESCENT, Bath, Avon. An oblique view of the Crescent showing its curvature with an ornate street lamp in the foreground

Background imageTerrace Collection: Courtlands Terrace, Goring by the Sea, Sussex

Courtlands Terrace, Goring by the Sea, Sussex
Courtlands Terrace, Goring by the Sea, Worthing, Sussex, England. Date: 1900s

Background imageTerrace Collection: Lawn Terrace, Silloth, Cumbria

Lawn Terrace, Silloth, Cumbria. Date: circa 1910

Background imageTerrace Collection: Ritz Tower

Ritz Tower
The Ritz Tower, built in 1925, was the tallest skyscraper in the world at the time of its completion, New York, New York, 1930s

Background imageTerrace Collection: The Holloway, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

The Holloway, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Scene in Gloucester Terrace, The Holloway, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, decorated with flags and bunting to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII

Background imageTerrace Collection: Bayham Street, Camden, London (Dickens)

Bayham Street, Camden, London (Dickens)
16 (now 161) Bayham Street, Camden, London - home to John Dickens and his family, who moved here from Chatham in 1823. Also the residence of Mr Micawber

Background imageTerrace Collection: SALTAIRE - 1909

SALTAIRE - 1909
Gordon Terrace, Saltaire, Metropolitan Borough of Bradford, West Yorkshire

Background imageTerrace Collection: Gravesend / Milton C1840?

Gravesend / Milton C1840?
Gravesend, Kent: proposed development at Milton-on-Thames at the Royal Terrace Pier and Gardens

Background imageTerrace Collection: Park District, Glasgow, 2009

Park District, Glasgow, 2009
Central Station, Glasgow, LANARKSHIRE, SCOTLAND facing West. NCAP: RCAHMS Aerial Survey - 24/04/2009

Background imageTerrace Collection: Misty evening a072866

Misty evening a072866
Looking along a tree-lined street towards the rear elevation of a row of terraced houses on a misty evening in winter, either in Islington or Shoreditch, London. Photographed by John Gay

Background imageTerrace Collection: Maesycrugiau Manor

Maesycrugiau Manor, Carmarthen, Wales with its balustraded terrace, designed by Arnold Mitchell

Background imageTerrace Collection: Keeling House K030092

Keeling House K030092
KEELING HOUSE, Claredale Street, Tower Hamlets, London. An exterior detail of the highrise tower block from the south looking along Canrobert Street

Background imageTerrace Collection: Your Britain - Fight for it NOW

Your Britain - Fight for it NOW - World War 2 public information Poster designed by Abram Games for the War Office - first published in 1942. Date: 1942

Background imageTerrace Collection: Children playing in Milton Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Children playing in Milton Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Children playing in Milton Street in Belfast, Northern Ireland -- some are swinging on ropes round a lamppost, while others are riding in a go-cart. Date: 1969

Background imageTerrace Collection: Harley Street, London W1

Harley Street, London W1
Harley Street (looking south), London. Date: circa 1910

Background imageTerrace Collection: Montgolfier balloon in flight over Paris

Montgolfier balloon in flight over Paris
First manned balloon ascent, made in the presence of the Dauphin, from the Jardin de la Muette, Paris, under the direction of Montgolfier

Background imageTerrace Collection: Swanley road widening. 1938

Swanley road widening. 1938

Background imageTerrace Collection: Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion

Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion
The Halaszbastya or Fishermans Bastion. A terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style on the Buda bank of the Danube (on the Castle hill), Budapest, around Matthias Church

Background imageTerrace Collection: Gatwick airport, 1936

Gatwick airport, 1936
The improved Gatwick airport at the time of its official opening, 1936. The new Martello tower-style design enabled the airport to deal with six big air liners at once. 1936

Background imageTerrace Collection: Bingham Canyon Copper Mine or Kennecott Mine

Bingham Canyon Copper Mine or Kennecott Mine
Bingham Canyon Copper Mine (Kennecott Copper Mine), Utah, USA Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTerrace Collection: Peru, Andes, Andes

Peru, Andes, Andes Mountains, Machu Picchu, Ancient Machu Picchu, last refuge of the vanished Inca civilization in the Andes Mountains, Peru

Background imageTerrace Collection: The FA Cup Final 1899

The FA Cup Final 1899
The 1899 FA Cup Final was contested by Sheffield United and Derby County at Crystal Palace, London. Sheffield United won 4-1, with goals scored by John Almond, Walter Bennett

Background imageTerrace Collection: 5 Chester Terrace, Regents Park, by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson

5 Chester Terrace, Regents Park, by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson
A watercolour and pen painting of the Chester Terrace, Regents Park, London. The Illustrated London News featured a long running series of paintings of Londons architecture by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson

Background imageTerrace Collection: View from the Nottingham Castle Terrace Looking East

View from the Nottingham Castle Terrace Looking East
Artist: Walker, John Rawson - Title: View from the Nottingham Castle Terrace Looking East - Date: c.1845 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 55.9 x 76.8

Background imageTerrace Collection: View from Pyramid of the Moon of the Avenue of the

View from Pyramid of the Moon of the Avenue of the Dead and the Pyramid of the Sun in background, Teotihuacan, 150AD to 600AD and later used by the Aztecs, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageTerrace Collection: Garden of Villa Rufolo

Garden of Villa Rufolo
Villa Rufolo, Ravello, Costiera Amalfitana (Amalfi Coast), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Campania, Italy, Europe

Background imageTerrace Collection: Marske-by-Sea - North Yorkshire, England - Cliff Terrace

Marske-by-Sea - North Yorkshire, England - Cliff Terrace. Date: circa 1920



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From historic landmarks to breathtaking views, terraces offer a glimpse into diverse worlds. In Belfast, the war mural of Bobby Sands MP stands tall, reminding us of the struggles and resilience of a community. Across the Atlantic, London Terrace Apartments in New York exude elegance and charm with their classic architecture. Venturing further into England's countryside, Oxnead Hall in Norfolk boasts a terrace that transports you back in time with its grandeur and beauty. Meanwhile, Zahle in Lebanon showcases a terrace where locals gather to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and stunning vistas. In Italy's enchanting Sorrento, Label Sorrento Hotel offers an idyllic retreat overlooking both the town and sparkling seaside below. On another note, Kilgour Road's bomb damage from World War II serves as a somber reminder of history's impact on our surroundings. Heading south along England's coast brings us to Portsmouth, Hampshire - home to five adjacent pubs that buzz with laughter and camaraderie. And who can resist Captain Berry's dachshunds frolicking on a sunny park terrace? Back in London’s Maida Vale neighborhood lies Morshead Mansions' charming terrace - an oasis amidst bustling city life. Notting Hill has also witnessed its share of trials like the serious house fire battled by LCC-LFB firefighters. Finally, we arrive at Bath's iconic Royal Crescent - an architectural masterpiece that epitomizes elegance throughout centuries. Whether it be tales of resilience or moments frozen in time; terraces hold stories waiting to be discovered.