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Background imageVictoriana Collection: Old Smithy, Leigh BB94_07538

Old Smithy, Leigh BB94_07538
OLD SMITHY, Junction of Market Street and Bradshawgate, Leigh, Greater Manchester. This photograph was taken the day before the Old Smithy was demolished

Background imageVictoriana Collection: The Guildhall, London BB91_17988

The Guildhall, London BB91_17988
THE GUILDHALL, City of London. The Guildhall has been the administrative headquarters of the City of London since at least the mid-12th century

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Chichester Cathedral, collapsed spire BB88_02179

Chichester Cathedral, collapsed spire BB88_02179
CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL, Chichester, West Sussex. Collapsed spire. Much of the present Chichester Cathedral dates from the 12th century

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Parade Ground, Tower of London 1868 BB83_04749

Parade Ground, Tower of London 1868 BB83_04749
TOWER OF LONDON, London. The garrison is drilled on the Parade Ground in front of the Waterloo Barracks. The Barracks were built in 1845, replacing the Grand Storehouse which burned down

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Trafalgar Square BB72_04780

Trafalgar Square BB72_04780
TRAFALGAR SQUARE, Westminster, London. A view looking east across Trafalgar Square with the fountains in the foreground and the equestrian statue of George IV

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Cannon Wharf, circa 1856 BB57_01541

Cannon Wharf, circa 1856 BB57_01541
CANNON WHARF, Westminster, London. This was a coal wharf off Cannon Row, downstream from Westminster Bridge. The whole area was swept away during the construction of the Victoria Embankment

Background imageVictoriana Collection: National Liberal Club BL08415

National Liberal Club BL08415
NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB, Whitehall Place, Westminster, London. Interior of the Reading Room, December 1887. Images taken in December 1887

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Whitehall Place CC97_00925

Whitehall Place CC97_00925
WHITEHALL PLACE, City of Westminster, London. Horse-drawn hansom cabs are waiting for fares outside the recently built National Liberal Club in the Victorian equivalent of a taxi rank

Background imageVictoriana Collection: National Liberal Club BL08407

National Liberal Club BL08407
NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB, Whitehall Place, City of Westminster, London. Interior detail of the fireplace and dais in the Gladstone Library, December 1887

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Brodsworth Hall K950506

Brodsworth Hall K950506
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Interior view of the Library

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Brodsworth Hall J900136

Brodsworth Hall J900136
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Interior view of the ground floor hall

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Stott Park Bobbin Mill J010125

Stott Park Bobbin Mill J010125
STOTT PARK BOBBIN MILL, Finthswaite, Lakeside, Cumbria. Interior view of the main lathe workshop

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Nelsons Column K060097

Nelsons Column K060097
THE NELSON MEMORIAL, Trafalgar Square, City of Westminster, London. Detail of Nelsons Column

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Great Wheel, Earls Court CC97 / 01620

Great Wheel, Earls Court CC97 / 01620
GREAT WHEEL, Earls Court, London. A view from the railway of the 310 feet high wheel with the entertainment grounds beneath (photo taken late 19th century)

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Ploughing J910039

Ploughing J910039
Reconstruction drawing of ploughing in Victorian times by Judith Dobie, English Heritage Graphics Team. Farming

Background imageVictoriana Collection: The Leas Lift, Folkestone

The Leas Lift, Folkestone
Only the 3rd lift in England to be built operating by water balance. Folkestone, Kent. IoE 175454

Background imageVictoriana Collection: East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby

East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby
Picturesque shot of the lighthouse at Whitby, North Yorkshire. IoE 437029

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Railway Footbridge, Wilmcote Station

Railway Footbridge, Wilmcote Station
Good surviving example of a Great Western Railway footbridge. IoE 305573

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Promenade Shelter, Weymouth

Promenade Shelter, Weymouth
Late C19 shelter opposite Chesterfield Place, Weymouth, Dorset. IoE 467626

Background imageVictoriana Collection: G-Mex

G-Mex
Railway station, now exhibition hall and car park, Manchester. IoE 458616

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Clock Tower

Clock Tower
Gothic cast iron clock tower located in Downham Market, Norfolk IoE 221149

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Denmark Hill Station

Denmark Hill Station
A rare and unusually complete example of a Victorian suburban station. IoE 471474

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Pottery Works, Stoke on Trent

Pottery Works, Stoke on Trent
Main range of pottery works, now visitor centre and factory shop. IoE 384378

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Fairbairn Steam Crane, Bristol

Fairbairn Steam Crane, Bristol
Considered to be the only operational steam crane of the Fairbairn type in the country. IoE 380798

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Lime Street Station

Lime Street Station
Main entrance to Liverpool Lime Street, one of the first stations to send mail by train. IoE 359020

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Signal Box

Signal Box
Parbold Cabin Signal Box on Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. IoE 357858

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Ouseburn Viaduct

Ouseburn Viaduct
Railway Viaduct. One of the earliest bridges constructed in Britain using the Wiebeking system of laminated wood. IoE 304882

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Old Pump House

Old Pump House
Small octagonal openwork structure with circular brick piers. IoE 187357

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Truro Cathedral

Truro Cathedral
The grade I listed building, viewed from the south west across the rooftops. IoE 377394

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Meadow Mill

Meadow Mill
Constructed in the 1870 s, situated in Stockport, Greater Manchester. IoE 210882

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Roving Bridge, Bordesley Junction

Roving Bridge, Bordesley Junction
Cast Iron bridge over the Birmingham and Warwick Canal, Birmingham, West Midlands. IoE 217131

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Pillar Box

Pillar Box
Victorian Post Box alongside road, Malvern Hills, Worcestershire. IoE 152138

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Eaton Hall fireplace, 1887 BL08270

Eaton Hall fireplace, 1887 BL08270
EATON HALL, Eaton, Cheshire. The fireplace and ornate mantlepiece in the saloon at Eaton Hall. Eaton Hall was remodelled in the Gothic style in 1870-1882 by Alfred Waterhouse for the Duke of

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Illustrations dated 1851 N110048

Illustrations dated 1851 N110048
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Series of views 1851. Includes portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Coloured engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Illustrations dated 1851 N110047

Illustrations dated 1851 N110047
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Illustrations dated 1851. Includes Osborne House, the Great Exhibition, Prince Albert, and other views. Coloured engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Decorative glass, Great Yarmouth Row Houses N090576

Decorative glass, Great Yarmouth Row Houses N090576
GREAT YARMOUTH ROW HOUSES, Norfolk. Row 111. Decorative glass in door showing children at play

Background imageVictoriana Collection: St Marys Church, Studley Royal K022282

St Marys Church, Studley Royal K022282
ST MARYs CHURCH, Studley Royal, North Yorkshire. Interior detail of the ceiling above the altar

Background imageVictoriana Collection: St Marys Church, Studley Royal J940565

St Marys Church, Studley Royal J940565
ST MARYs CHURCH, Studley Royal, North Yorkshire. Interior detail of the ceiling

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Windmill, Norfolk a98_15877

Windmill, Norfolk a98_15877
HORSEY STAITHE, Norfolk. This mill was built in 1912 to replace a Victorian one. The shutterless sails power a water-pump, which helps to manage the low-lying Norfolk countryside

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Brodsworth Hall in the snow N090065

Brodsworth Hall in the snow N090065
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Snow covers the ground in front of Brodsworth Hall

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Leighton House BB83_00708

Leighton House BB83_00708
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) and now a museum. View of the exterior of the house designed by the owner and George Aitchison

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Leicester Square, London 1874 N060029

Leicester Square, London 1874 N060029
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " New Leicester Square: Birds Eye View", London. Woodcut, 1874

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Leicester Square, London 1874 N060028

Leicester Square, London 1874 N060028
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. " New Garden in Leicester Square, Opened on Thursday 2 July 1874", London. Woodcut

Background imageVictoriana Collection: London Bridge CC97_01682

London Bridge CC97_01682
LONDON BRIDGE, City of London. A view looking north-west across a busy London Bridge with horse-drawn traffic and people. The bridge was built between 1823 and 1831. Photographed by York and Son

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Salters Bros. boatyard in 1900 CC74_00380

Salters Bros. boatyard in 1900 CC74_00380
SALTERS YARD, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Looking across the Thames at Folly Bridge toward the Salter Brothers boatyard, established in 1858

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Terraced houses a064780

Terraced houses a064780
A terrace of four-storey houses decorated in the neo-classical style, including projecting porches with columns and balconies above them, probably in Kensington

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Anderton Boat Lift K900508

Anderton Boat Lift K900508
ANDERTON BOAT LIFT, Cheshire. General view

Background imageVictoriana Collection: Fort Brockhurst N990011

Fort Brockhurst N990011
FORT BROCKHURST, Gosport, Hampshire. Exterior view from the south east. Brick fortress built in the 1860s to defend Portsmouth Harbour



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