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Reflections Collection

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Background imageReflections Collection: Lily pond DP087242

Lily pond DP087242
Battle Abbey, Battle, Rother, East Sussex. Detail of lily pads on the lake in the gardens

Background imageReflections Collection: Crowsteps, Newbury

Crowsteps, Newbury
Crowsteps, Tydehams, Newbury, Berkshire, c 1930. Herbert Felton (c 1887-1968), silver gelatin DOP (developing out paper) print

Background imageReflections Collection: Anderton Boat Lift N000041

Anderton Boat Lift N000041
ANDERTON BOAT LIFT, Cheshire. Floodlit, night view of the boat lift from the west. It was built in 1875 to carry goods between the River Weaver and the Trent & Mersey Canal

Background imageReflections Collection: Blue skies reflected in glass tower blocks DP069225

Blue skies reflected in glass tower blocks DP069225
Blue skies reflected in glass tower blocks, Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands

Background imageReflections Collection: Lichfield Cathedral MOX01 / 01 / 001

Lichfield Cathedral MOX01 / 01 / 001
Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire. The Cathedral reflected in Minster Pool. One of a series of colourised lantern slides dated 1869

Background imageReflections Collection: Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570

Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL, Lincolnshire. A misty view with Lincoln Cathedral in the distance taken from the Swanpool. The Cathedral dates back to 1092 with later additions and remodelling

Background imageReflections Collection: Warwick Castle K991541

Warwick Castle K991541
WARWICK CASTLE, Warwick, Warwickshire. A view of the castle from the east with River Avon in the foreground

Background imageReflections Collection: Battersea Power Station a98_05903

Battersea Power Station a98_05903
BATTERSEA POWER STATION, London. View from the north bank of the River Thames at night. It was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1937 and was the largest brick building in europe

Background imageReflections Collection: Tower Bridge J060036

Tower Bridge J060036
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Tower Bridge at night with the river Thames in the forground and the " Gherkin" Swiss Re Tower framed by the bridge

Background imageReflections Collection: Goodrich Castle Chapel N071072

Goodrich Castle Chapel N071072
GOODRICH CASTLE, Herefordshire. Interior view of the Chapel. Stained glass window with light flooding lecturn and floor

Background imageReflections Collection: Durham Cathedral K011466

Durham Cathedral K011466
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. View of cathedral on hill by river. Built from 1073 to 1274

Background imageReflections Collection: Tyne Bridges N080495

Tyne Bridges N080495
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE / GATESHEAD, Tyne and Wear. Twilight view up river towards the Swing Bridge, High Level Bridge and Tyne Bridge

Background imageReflections Collection: Tower Bridge J060037

Tower Bridge J060037
TOWER BRIDGE, London. River Thames in the foreground with the " Gherkin" Swiss Re Tower framed by bridge

Background imageReflections Collection: Westminster Abbey Chapter House J020082

Westminster Abbey Chapter House J020082
WESTMINSTER ABBEY CHAPTER HOUSE, London. Interior view from the North showing stained glass windows

Background imageReflections Collection: Stella McCartney - Lucky Spot K041095

Stella McCartney - Lucky Spot K041095
BELSAY HALL, CASTLE & GARDENS, Northumberland. Fashion at Belsay, 2004. Stella McCartney art installation - Lucky Spot horse in the Great Hall of the castle

Background imageReflections Collection: Minster Lovell Hall K040702

Minster Lovell Hall K040702
MINSTER LOVELL HALL, Oxfordshire. View from the South East

Background imageReflections Collection: Wye Bridge, Hereford a98_05099

Wye Bridge, Hereford a98_05099
WYE BRIDGE, Hereford. Rowing boats for hire on the River Wye just downstream from the Wye Bridge, which was first built in 1490 but has since been much restored and widened

Background imageReflections Collection: Boathouse in Witley Court Gardens N090085

Boathouse in Witley Court Gardens N090085
WITLEY COURT AND GARDENS, Worcestershire. View of the Boathouse and lake beyond

Background imageReflections Collection: Kenwood House Concert Bowl OP04509

Kenwood House Concert Bowl OP04509
KENWOOD HOUSE CONCERT BOWL, Hampstead, London. Looking across the lake towards an evening open air concert in the grounds of Kenwood House. Photographed by John Gay during 1950s-1960s

Background imageReflections Collection: Audley End House K960595

Audley End House K960595
AUDLEY END HOUSE AND GARDENS, Saffron Walden, Essex. View of the house from the lake. Jacobean mansion built in 1603-14 by the 1st Earl of Suffolk

Background imageReflections Collection: Palace of Westminster J060218

Palace of Westminster J060218
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, City of Westminster, London. The Houses of Parliament including the Big Ben clock tower. A view from the south bank of the river Thames at night with reflection in the water

Background imageReflections Collection: Eltham Palace K050004

Eltham Palace K050004
ELTHAM PALACE, London. View of the moat and the medieval stone bridge in the snow

Background imageReflections 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 imageReflections Collection: Church of All Saints

Church of All Saints
Viewed from the south west across water, Aughton, East Riding of Yorkshire IoE 165263

Background imageReflections Collection: Whitby Abbey at sunrise N080791

Whitby Abbey at sunrise N080791
WHITBY ABBEY, North Yorkshire. View of the abbey at sunrise with reflections in the pond

Background imageReflections Collection: Fulham toll house OFH01_01_01_f02_16

Fulham toll house OFH01_01_01_f02_16
Old Putney Bridge, Fulham, Hammersmith and Fulham, Greater London. The north end of the old Putney Bridge with the Fulham toll house in the centre of the view

Background imageReflections Collection: Lighthouse lens DP313373

Lighthouse lens DP313373
Lowestoft Lighthouse, Yarmouth Road, Lowestoft, East Suffolk. Detail of Lowestoft Lighthouse's Fresnel lens from the north, with sunlight glinting through it

Background imageReflections Collection: Clock House DP262516

Clock House DP262516
The Clock House, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent. General view of Ramsgate Harbour's Clock House of 1817 from the north-west with a hand-cranked crane in the foreground

Background imageReflections Collection: Fresnel Lens DP348530

Fresnel Lens DP348530
The Lighthouse, Lighthouse Road, Flamborough Head, Flamborough, East Riding of Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire. Detail of the middle of the lighthouse's first-order Fresnel lens

Background imageReflections Collection: Fresnel Lens DP348540

Fresnel Lens DP348540
The Lighthouse, Lighthouse Road, Flamborough Head, Flamborough, East Riding of Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire. Detail of shaped glass on the lighthouse's first-order Fresnel lens

Background imageReflections Collection: Toll house OFH01_01_01_f02_14

Toll house OFH01_01_01_f02_14
Old Putney Bridge, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The north end of the old Putney Bridge with the toll house on its right and the barge Rochester in the foreground

Background imageReflections Collection: Anderton Boat Lift a99_09245

Anderton Boat Lift a99_09245
ANDERTON BOAT LIFT, Cheshire. Floodlit night view from the west. The Boat Lift opened in 1875. It was built to transfer canal boats between the River Weaver Navigation and the Trent & Mersey Canal

Background imageReflections Collection: Michaelchurch a62_02755

Michaelchurch a62_02755
ST MICHAELs CHURCH, MICHAELCHURCH, TRETIRE WITH MICHAELCHURCH, HEREFORDSHIRE. The exterior of St Michaels Church seen from south-east across a pond, showing a reflection of the building on the water

Background imageReflections Collection: Romney Lock BB026184

Romney Lock BB026184
Romney Lock, Romney Lock Road, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, Berkshire. Romney Lock on the River Thames seen from the north, looking upsteam, with another photographer at work in the shot

Background imageReflections Collection: Manor House Bridge BB026165

Manor House Bridge BB026165
Manor House Bridge, Byfleet, Elmbridge, Surrey. Manor House Bridge crossing the River Wey at Byfleet. This rustic bridge was also known as Manor Bridge and Park Bridge

Background imageReflections Collection: Roebuck Ferry Cottage BB026142

Roebuck Ferry Cottage BB026142
Roebuck Ferry Cottage, Tilehurst, Reading, Berkshire. Roebuck Ferry Cottage at Tilehurst viewed across the River Thames. The sign on the front of the cottage reads " THAMES CONSERVANCY

Background imageReflections Collection: Reflections JLP01_10_47316

Reflections JLP01_10_47316
VAUXHALL CROSS, ALBERT EMBANKMENT, VAUXHALL, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. A night-time view across the River Thames during the construction of Vauxhall Cross

Background imageReflections Collection: The Helicon JLP01_10_61491

The Helicon JLP01_10_61491
The Helicon, South Place, Finsbury Pavement, Islington, Greater London. A view down from the top floor of the glazed central atrium at the Helicon building, Finsbury Pavement, London

Background imageReflections Collection: The Helicon JLP01_10_61486

The Helicon JLP01_10_61486
The Helicon, South Place, Finsbury Pavement, Islington, Greater London. A view towards the ceiling from the ground floor of the glazed central atrium at the Helicon building, Finsbury Pavement

Background imageReflections Collection: The Helicon JLP01_10_61481

The Helicon JLP01_10_61481
The Helicon, South Place, Finsbury Pavement, Islington, Greater London. A view from the top floor of the glazed central atrium at the Helicon building, Finsbury Pavement, London

Background imageReflections Collection: The Helicon JLP01_10_61484

The Helicon JLP01_10_61484
The Helicon, South Place, Finsbury Pavement, Islington, Greater London. A view towards the ceiling from the ground floor of the glazed central atrium at the Helicon building, Finsbury Pavement

Background imageReflections Collection: Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792015

Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792015
THE SHOPPING CENTRE, SILBURY BOULEVARD, MILTON KEYNES. A view of the Milton Keynes shopping centres northern facade. Looking along Silbury Boulevard from the junction with Secklow Gate

Background imageReflections Collection: Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792016

Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792016
THE SHOPPING CENTRE, SILBURY BOULEVARD, MILTON KEYNES. A view looking south west along Silbury Boulevard from the junction with Secklow Gate showing the Milton Keynes shopping centre

Background imageReflections Collection: Fountain JLP01_09_811054

Fountain JLP01_09_811054
Sir John Laing Building, Page Street, Mill Hill, Barnet, Greater London. A fountain outside the front entrance of the Sir John Laing Building, Mill Hill

Background imageReflections Collection: Steel House JLP01_10_05841

Steel House JLP01_10_05841
Steel House, Redcar and Cleveland. The office buildings for the headquarters of the British Steel Corporation at Redcar from the north west

Background imageReflections Collection: Canalside JLP01_10_49387a

Canalside JLP01_10_49387a
NATIONAL INDOOR ARENA, KING EDWARDS ROAD, BIRMINGHAM. A view looking north west across the canal towards the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham

Background imageReflections Collection: Green Park House JLP01_10_18311

Green Park House JLP01_10_18311
Green Park House, Poplar Walk, Croydon, Greater London. The exterior of the newly completed Prudential offices at Green Park House seen from the north west

Background imageReflections Collection: Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_16998

Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_16998
Finsbury Avenue, Broadgate, City of London. A night scene with the lights from the office block at 1 Finsbury Avenue reflected by the pool in front



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