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Victoriana Metal Print Collection

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134 Metal Prints

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Victoriana Metal Print Collection: Victorian public buildings

Victorian public buildings Collection
38 Metal Prints

Victoriana Metal Print Collection: Victorian people and costumes

Victorian people and costumes Collection
79 Metal Prints

Victoriana Metal Print Collection: Victorian shopping and dining

Victorian shopping and dining Collection
32 Metal Prints

Victoriana Metal Print Collection: Victorian royal occasions

Victorian royal occasions Collection
16 Metal Prints

Victoriana Metal Print Collection: Victoria's Royal Household

Victoria's Royal Household Collection
111 Metal Prints

Victoriana Metal Print Collection: Victorian Exhibitions

Victorian Exhibitions Collection
25 Metal Prints

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Smithfield Market J940533

Smithfield Market J940533
SMITHFIELD MARKET, City of London. Interior view of Grand Avenue with red K2 and K6 type telephone kiosks

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Charles Darwin K980123

Charles Darwin K980123
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Portrait of Charles Darwin c 1880

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Plymouth Pier CC76_00445

Plymouth Pier CC76_00445
PLYMOUTH PIER, Devon. The pier was built in 1884 by E Birch and was quite short at only 465 feet long. It was damaged by enemy action in 1941 and demolished in 1953

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Engine House, GWR Works, Swindon BB94_04685

Engine House, GWR Works, Swindon BB94_04685
THE ENGINE HOUSE, Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, Wiltshire. 1846 interior view. Lithograph by John Cooke Bourne (1814-1896)

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Lord Frederic Leightons studio BL13090_A

Lord Frederic Leightons studio BL13090_A
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896). Interior view. The studio of Lord Frederic Leighton displaying recently completed works

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518

Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518
LUDGATE CIRCUS, City of London. A busy street view of Ludgate Circus looking towards St Pauls Cathedral with horse-drawn buses in the foreground and a steam train on the bridge

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Malmesbury BB95_10457

Malmesbury BB95_10457
MARKET SQUARE, Malmesbury, Wiltshire. A rooftop view looking over Market Square, showing the market cross (c.1500) and the abbey ruins

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Turner - The Iveagh Seapiece J910563

Turner - The Iveagh Seapiece J910563
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London. " The Iveagh Seapiece " by TURNER JMW. Also known as " Coast Scene of Fishermen Hauling a Boat Ashore "

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: St Marys Church K940840

St Marys Church K940840
ST MARYs CHURCH, Studley Royal, North Yorkshire. Interior view of the Winged Lion of Judah in the sanctuary supports one of the double tracery shafts in front of stained glass window

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Black Gate, Newcastle BB84_02876

Black Gate, Newcastle BB84_02876
BLACK GATE, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. The New Castle at Newcastle upon Tyne was founded by the Normans to command a crossing of the River Tyne

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Thames Embankment CC97_00283

Thames Embankment CC97_00283
THAMES EMBANKMENT, Westminster, London. Street view looking north east with Cleopatras Needle and Waterloo Bridge in the background. York and Son. Date range: 1870-1900

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Brompton Cemetery 35105_037

Brompton Cemetery 35105_037
Brompton Cemetery, Chelsea, Greater London Authority, 2021

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518crop

Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518crop
LUDGATE CIRCUS, City of London. A busy street view of Ludgate Circus with horse-drawn buses in the foreground and a steam train on the bridge

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Eaton Hall CC80_00432

Eaton Hall CC80_00432
Eaton Hall, Cheshire. The Dragon Fountain in the Italian Garden, with the south elevation of the house behind. Eaton Hall was built between 1870 and 1882

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Tower of London CC97_01606

Tower of London CC97_01606
TOWER OF LONDON, Stepney, London. A view across a street and towards the Tower of London to the south-east with Tower Bridge in the background

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: The pier at Lytham St Annes N990008

The pier at Lytham St Annes N990008
LYTHAM ST ANNES, Lancashire. The pier at Lytham St Annes, viewed here at sunset. First built in 1885 and subsequently remodelled, it is made of conventional iron column with a lattice girder design

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Piccadilly Circus c. 1893 CC97_00945

Piccadilly Circus c. 1893 CC97_00945
PICCADILLY CIRCUS, Westminster, London. A view of Piccadilly from the west looking towards Coventry Street and showing the London Pavilion

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974

Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Bristol. The bridge under construction. Work began on the bridge in 1836 under the supervision of Isambard Kingdom Brunel but stopped due to lack of funds

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Horse and carriage BB88_04100

Horse and carriage BB88_04100
A carriage with a horse and coachman wait outside the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand, London. This was a scene which only finally disappeared from London around 1920

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Paddington Station K030802

Paddington Station K030802
PADDINGTON STATION, Eastbourne Terrace, City of Westminster, London. Interior detail of train shed arched trusses

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Harrods illuminated at night K000058

Harrods illuminated at night K000058
HARRODS DEPARTMENT STORE Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London. View of Harrods lit up at night. Photographed in February 2000

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Delph Locks

Delph Locks
A closely-spaced flight of narrow locks on the Stourbridge Canal. Known locally as " Nine Locks" although only eight now remain. IoE 217976

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Brunels landmark bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, Bristol. IoE 379208

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print 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 Metal Print Collection: Market Court, Kensington High Street BB77_09230

Market Court, Kensington High Street BB77_09230
MARKET COURT, London. A photograph of Market Court on the south side of Kensington High Street, three years before the site was demolished. The inhabitants pose for the camera

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Glass - His Last Return for Duty N070530

Glass - His Last Return for Duty N070530
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " His Last Return for Duty" 1853 by James W GLASS (1825-57). Wellington riding from Horse Guards. WM 1562-1948

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Hurst Castle N071873

Hurst Castle N071873
HURST CASTLE, Hampshire. Aerial view of the castle showing its position on the spit

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Terraced houses EPW024326

Terraced houses EPW024326
Serried ranks of close-packed working class housing in Leeds, West Yorkshire, photographed in 1928. By the 1930s much of Leeds Victorian housing stock were regarded as slums

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: St Pauls Cathedral DD97_00307

St Pauls Cathedral DD97_00307
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. A view across the roof tops looking towards St Pauls Cathedral. The Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496

Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496
LAMBETH SUSPENSION BRIDGE, London. The bridge was constructed across the River Thames in 1861-2. In the foreground a crane unloads bricks from a barge onto a horse drawn cart

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Hampton Court Bridge in 1875 CC73_00446

Hampton Court Bridge in 1875 CC73_00446
HAMPTON COURT BRIDGE, Richmond Upon Thames, London. Looking toward the third bridge over the Thames at the site, designed by E.T. Murray, built between 1864 and 1866

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Stott Park Bobbin Mill N080122

Stott Park Bobbin Mill N080122
STOTT PARK BOBBIN MILL, Cumbria. Interior view, ground floor. Bobbin mill machinery

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Fort Brockhurst N990009

Fort Brockhurst N990009
FORT BROCKHURST, Gosport, Hampshire. Exterior view from the south of the moated keep. Brick fortress built in the 1860s to defend Portsmouth Harbour

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Eastbourne Pier N071211

Eastbourne Pier N071211
EASTBOURNE PIER, East Sussex. The pier boardwalk at sunset

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Burnet - The Greenwich Pensioners Commemorating Trafalgar N070524

Burnet - The Greenwich Pensioners Commemorating Trafalgar N070524
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " The Greenwich Pensioners Commemorating Trafalgar" 1841 by John BURNET (1784-1868)

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987

St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. St Pauls, viewed from Bull Wharf on the river frontage, seems to dominate the Victorian City. Photograph pre-1876. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print 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 imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Brodsworth Hall K950504

Brodsworth Hall K950504
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Interior view of statues, chairs and pillars in the South Hall

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Wellingtons boots J920030

Wellingtons boots J920030
WALMER CASTLE AND GARDENS, Kent. Duke of Wellingtons boots

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Clevedon Pier N030021

Clevedon Pier N030021
CLEVEDON PIER, Marine Parade, Clevedon, North Somerset. Sunset view

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Sussex Cottage DD67_00014

Sussex Cottage DD67_00014
ROBERTSBRIDGE COTTAGE, Salehurst, East Sussex. A half-timbered cottage in a poor state of repair. Photographed between 1857 and 1861

Background imageVictoriana Metal Print Collection: Old Battersea Bridge, London BB82_13057

Old Battersea Bridge, London BB82_13057
OLD BATTERSEA BRIDGE, London. The timber bridge of 1771-2, photographed here from the tower of Chelsea Old Church, was built by John Philips under the direction of Henry Holland



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