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Victorian Exhibitions Collection

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Background imageVictorian Exhibitions 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 imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace interior DP004613

Crystal Palace interior DP004613
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A circa 1859 view of the giant figures which dominated the tropical transept at the north end of the Crystal Palace

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace CC97_01549

Crystal Palace CC97_01549
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A view of the palace from the south east looking over the grounds (late 19th century). It was built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Agricultural Hall, Islington BL15826_009

Agricultural Hall, Islington BL15826_009
AGRICULTURAL HALL, Islington, London. Interior view of the hall in 1900 during the Tramway Exhibition. The hall was later called the Royal Agricultural Hall

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110261

Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110261
GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851, Hyde Park, Westminster, London. Crystal Palace. Opening of the Great Exhibition. Interior etching by G Cruikshank. Proof engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace FF91_00334

Crystal Palace FF91_00334
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The interior of the vast nave of the Crystal Palace, which was over 100 feet high and about three quarters of a mile long

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110264

Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110264
GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851, Hyde Park, Westminster, London. Crystal Palace. The Great Exhibition Building in Hyde Park. Bragg delin. Lithograph in black and tints. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110263

Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110263
GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851, Hyde Park, Westminster, London. Crystal Palace. Interior of the Great Exhibition looking West. Durond lith in black and tints. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace after the fire 1936 rhw11521_h6133

Crystal Palace after the fire 1936 rhw11521_h6133
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham Hill, London. View of the remains of the Crystal Palace after the fire in November 1936. Although 89 fire engines and over 400 firemen attended the blaze

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace FF91_00333

Crystal Palace FF91_00333
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. These giant figures depicting the Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II, copied from the temple at Abu Simbel

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004634

Crystal Palace DP004634
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The Medieval Court, showing examples of Norman and Gothic architecture in the Garden Gallery of the Fine Art Courts. Photographed in 1859 by Philip Henry Delamotte

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004626

Crystal Palace DP004626
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The fountains playing in the courtyard of the Alhambra Court at the Crystal Palace are based on the Lion Fountain in the Court of the Lions in the Alhambra Palace

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004602

Crystal Palace DP004602
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The magnificent fountains on the Italian terraces of the Crystal Palace, which had 11, 788 jets and rose to a height of 200 feet (70 metres)

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Queen Victoria at the Royal Naval Expo BL10832A

Queen Victoria at the Royal Naval Expo BL10832A
ROYAL HOSPITAL, Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3. A group portrait of Queen Victoria with Edward, Prince of Wales behind her

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: International Exhibition of 1862 N110266

International Exhibition of 1862 N110266
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF 1862, Kensington, London. The exhibition building. Aston Bragg delin. Lithograph in black and tints from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110265

Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110265
GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851, Hyde Park, Westminster, London. The Crystal Palace of Industry from the North West. Le Bihan delin. Lithograph in black and tints, coloured. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110262

Great Exhibition in Hyde Park 1851 N110262
GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851, Hyde Park, Westminster, London. Crystal Palace. Interior of the Great Exhibition. Woodcut in black and coloured. Engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions 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 imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace entrance arcade a98_06470

Crystal Palace entrance arcade a98_06470
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, Greater London. Interior view showing the entrance arcade from the station below the Crystal Palace Parade. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004632

Crystal Palace DP004632
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The entrance to the Medieval Vestibule, designed by Augustus Pugin (1812-1852), the renowned architect and writer who championed medieval craftsmanship

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004620

Crystal Palace DP004620
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The Egyptian Court, showing the portico from the Memnonium, Thebes; the statues represent the god Osiris. The temple was part of a large complex built by Rameses II

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004606

Crystal Palace DP004606
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The interior of the vast nave of the Crystal Palace, viewed from the gallery above the Queens Screen at the south end

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: Crystal Palace DP004603

Crystal Palace DP004603
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A view of the fountains from the terrace of the Crystal Palace. This photograph is believed to show the visit of 42

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: 1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00015

1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00015
1862 EXHIBITION, Kensington, London. The 1862 Exhibition was the successor to the Great Exhibition of 1851. A temporary exhibition venue was built on Cromwell Road. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageVictorian Exhibitions Collection: 1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00012

1862 Exhibition, Kensington BB80_00012
1862 EXHIBITION, Kensington, London. The 1862 Exhibition was the successor to the Great Exhibition of 1851. A temporary exhibition venue was built on Cromwell Road


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