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Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset, 1920. Aerial view of the Royal Crescent, built between 1767 and 1774 by John Wood the Younger. It is considered amongst the greatest examples of Georgian architecture.
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Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 1883. View looking down the Market Place from the parish church of the capital of the Cotswolds, showing the north side shop fronts with their awnings out over the pavement.
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Blackpool Tower and Pier, Blackpool, Lancashire, 1920. Aerial view.
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Ruins of Campden House, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, 1908. The remains of the house of 1612, destroyed in 1645. It is an important fragment of Sir Baptist Hick's magnificent Flemish-baroque mansion of fine quality ashlar. The remains comprise part of one wall, from the west side of the south front.
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Weir and lock keeper's house, St John's Lock, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, c1860-c1887. A man sits on the riverbank and contemplates the reeds and the River Thames. Published in Henry Taunt's New Map of the River Thames, 5th edition, 1886-1887.
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The children of Prince Henry of Battenberg and Prince Beatrice, c1896. These grandchildren of Queen Victoria are Prince Alexander (1886-1960), Princess Ena (1887-1969), Prince Leopold (1889-1922) and Prince Maurice (1891-1914). This is probably a mourning photograph, commemorating the death of their father. They are all wearing black and looking at a photograph frame that Alexander is holding, it is most likely a picture of their father. He died of a fever (malaria) whilst serving with the British Army out in West Africa in 1896, aged only 38. Tragically Prince Maurice, seen here aged 4, also died in the army. He was killed in 1914 in the First Battle of Ypres at the start of World War I, aged only 23. Photograph from the Ryde Album, Osborne House, Isle of Wight.
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Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall, 1937. Aerial view of Pendennis Castle, Falmouth Harbour and the Falmouth Roads.
EN_01326862_0008 IMA
Marlow regatta, Buckinghamshire, 1885. A view of the river filled with small rowing boats and houseboats during the regatta held annually between at least 1855 and 2001 on the River Thames (it has since transferred to Dorney Lake). All Saints Church and the suspension bridge can be seen in the distance.
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Young Highland calf at the Royal Show, Oxford, Oxfordshire, 1959.
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Long haired tortoiseshell cat standing on a mat looking up, 1970.
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Animal montage, 1970. Photograph of a promotional reference sheet of unusual photographs of animals.
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Lancaster, Lancashire, 1920. Aerial view of Lancaster with the castle, church and railway station. Lancaster Castle houses the Shire Hall and County Court and until 2011 it was used as a prison. The keep dates from the 12th century.
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Waterwheel, Old Mill, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, 1900. There are four watermills in Chipping Campden on the sites of medieval mills mentioned in the Domesday Book.
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Window, Netley Abbey, Hampshire, 1890. Ivy covering the abbey frames a window in the day room. Founded in the 13th century, Netley is the most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England. Even in ruins, the abbey continued to be influential, inspiring Romantic writers and poets. It is now in the care of English Heritage.
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FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 1929. The 1929 FA Cup Final in progress between Bolton Wanderers and Portsmouth. Bolton won 2-0 in a match attended by 92,576 spectators.
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FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 1928. The teams line up to greet the dignitaries before the 1928 FA Cup Final between Blackburn Rovers and Huddersfield Town. Blackburn won 3-1 in a match attended by 92,041 spectators.
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Old oak tree on the bank of the Great Lake, Blenheim Park, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, 1890. A man is sitting on the semi-circular bench underneath the tree.
EN_01326862_0018 IMA
Terrier dog, early 1950s. A close-up view of a small terrier dog, seated on a set of open-tread wooden steps within a farm building. Photographed at an unknown location in Wiltshire, but possibly in or near Castle Combe in North Wiltshire.
EN_01326862_0019 IMA
Floral Festival, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, 1896. A milkmaid with a calf followed by a cart bedecked in flowers and flags form part of the procession through the Cotswold town during the Floral Festival. The Flower Festival was part of Chipping Campden's long established tradition of Whitsun festivities that continued up until the outbreak of the First World War.
EN_01326862_0020 IMA
Victorian bathroom interior, 28 Ashley Place, Westminster, London, 1893. Bathroom with interior design by H and J Cooper. The image was commissioned by the lady of the house.
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Whiteknights Park, Reading, Berkshire, 1890. A landscape view in the park showing the ornamental bridge over the lake. The house can be seen in the background.
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Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire, 1890. View looking through the village with a small rustic footbridge crossing the River Eye.
EN_01326862_0023 IMA
Norman doorway of St Laurence's Church, Upton, Slough, Berkshire, 1883. Detail view of the restored doorway. The church dates from the Norman period but had fallen into disrepair by the early 19th century and was to be demolished until it was saved by a local farmer and restored by Benjamin Ferrey in 1850-1851.
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Sonning Lock, Berkshire, 1900. A view along the towpath in summer looking towards the lock in the distance from below. Sonning Lock is said to be the prettiest on the River Thames.
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Maidenhead Railway Bridge, Berkshire, 1880s. A view of the graceful arches of Brunel's famous bridge as they cross the River Thames, seen here from the Berkshire riverbank. The bridge was built in 1838 to carry the Great Western Railway across the river and towpath.
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Animal montage, 1970. Photograph of a promotional reference sheet of unusual photographs of animals.
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'Plan of the coast of Kent from Ramsgate to Rye', 1740. Chart of the approaches to the Kent coast showing details of the coastal defences at Sandwich, Deal, Dover, Walmer and Sandgate. Map in the collection of Walmer Castle, Kent.
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Shambles Oak, Sherwood Forest, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, 1908. An informal portrait of a woman standing beside the base of the tree, also known as Robin Hood's Larder. Unfortunately, the old tree was set on fire by picnicers in 1913 and finally blew down in 1962.
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Lychgate, St Mary's Church, Aldworth, Berkshire, 1895. Looking towards the church which is visible through the trees with a woman passing through the lychgate in the foreground.
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Samuel Rawle's Observatory, St Pauls Cathedral, London, 1821. View showing the observation platform erected above the pinnacle of St Paul's to allow the creation of a series of topographic engravings of London. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Tree on a mound to the south-east of the ruins of St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, Kent, c1989. View showing the Sun breaking from behind clouds.
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Temple Bar, London, 1877. Engraving titled 'Forlorn condition of Temple Bar' showing ruinous and collapsed adjoining buildings. This incarnation of Temple Bar (the gate between the Cities of London and Westminster) was constructed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672. It was removed in 1878 in order to widen the road. A reconstruction using much of the original stonework can now be seen at Paternoster Square. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Interior of St Michael's Church, Bray, Berkshire, 1880. View looking east showing the early 14th century arcades and Victorian chancel arch. The timber roof nicely incorporates openings for natural light as a kind of clerestory.
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A boxer dog looking over the garden gate of a house, Aspenden, Hertfordshire, 1960.
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Arlington Row, Bibury, Gloucesrershire, 1901. Looking up the well-known row of Cotswold stone cottages on the river Coln. These were converted into dwellings in the early 17th century from a monastic sheephouse dating to c1380 with ten bays of cruck trusses.
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Ray Mill Cottage, River Thames, Maidenhead, Berkshire, 1885. View of the Thames between Ray Mills and Boulter's Lock from below on a quiet day. The area is one of the most beautiful on the Thames. The old mill on Ray Mill Island was still producing flour until the 1920s.
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Animal montage, 1970. Photograph of a promotional reference sheet of unusual photographs of animals.
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'Lyme Regis from the Cobb', Dorset, 1835. View showing small boats and fishing vessels with the town beyond. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
EN_01326862_0039 IMA
Horse and trap, c1896-c1920. The man in this picture is probably the groom, while the woman with the gun probably the lady of the house. The picture may be located in Ilmer, White Leaf or Monks Risborough, Buckinghamshire.
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Cow peering around the corner of a brick buttress at an unidentified farm on the Isle of Wight, 1960s.
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Dining room fireplace, Bath House, 82 Piccadilly, London, 1911. Interior view. The photograph was commissioned by Sir Julius Wernher, the then owner of the house, who had made his fortune in South African diamond mines and later in goldfields. Bath House was demolished in 1960.
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Windsor Castle from above Romney Lock on the River Thames, Berkshire, 1888. Although William the Conqueror had a castle on this site, the first stone buildings were put up by Henry II between 1165 and 1179. The raised flag suggests Queen Victoria was in residence at the time.
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Organ in the Long Library, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, 1912. The beautiful organ standing at one end of the Long Library, installed by the eighth Duke of Marlborough in 1891. The library is decorated with stucco work and hung with portraits of the Royal Family and the Marlboroughs.
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Chilswell Golf Links, Cumnor, Oxfordshire, c1860-c1922. A game of golf in progress at Chilswell Golf Links, watched by a large crowd at the 18th hole.
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Swan Inn, Newtown, Hampshire, 1895. Looking towards the inn and bridge beyond with the pool in the foreground. The inn dates from the 16th century and is constructed of close studded timber framing with decorative 'fish scale' patterned tiles hung in the top part of the gable.
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Opening of the Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London, 1851. from the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Towpath beside the River Thames, near Sonning, Berkshire, 1885. A man carrying a couple of baskets stands on the towpath below the lock, with the 18th century bridge in the distance.
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Towpath of the Kennet and Avon Canal, Greenham, near Newbury, Berkshire, 1890. View looking east from beyond the wharf along the towpath, with a man passing through the gate ahead.
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Workman Bridge, Evesham, Worcestershire, 1883. A view of the bridge built in 1866 leading into the town from Bengeworth. It shows the River Avon, Bridge Street and the 16th century bell tower of Evesham Abbey.
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FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 1925. The 1925 FA Cup Final in progress between Sheffield United and Cardiff City. Sheffield United won 1-0 in a match attended by 91,763.
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Mongewell Rectory, Oxfordshire, 1900. Looking toward the Rectory from the lake, with numerous chimneys and an ivy-covered wing visible.
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Temple Island, Remenham, Berkshire, 1878. A view of the River Thames showing the Henley Royal Regatta course, with the temple on Temple Island in the distance. Built in 1771 to a design by James Wyatt, the temple was originally a fishing lodge for nearby Fawley Court.
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Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire, 1920. Aerial view.
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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, June 1920. Aerial view of the Market Place.
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Interior of the north porch of Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire, c1860-c1922. The interior of the Norman porch looking toward the elaborate zig-zag five order doorway with a tunnel vaulted roof. The minster was founded before the Conquest in the 950s , and afterwards became one the major churches of the region.
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Chester Castle, Cheshire, 1920. Aerial view. The forecourt complex at Chester Castle was entirely rebuilt between 1788 and 1822 by Thomas Harrison in the Neo-Classical style. A new prison was also constructed within the castle proper. Parts of the medieval castle survive including the Agricola Tower and the curtain walls.
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Factories in Worcester, Worcestershire, March 1921. Aerial view of the Diglis area of Worcester, adjacent to the Worcester and Birmingham Canal. The factories and kilns on Portland Street and Mill Street were associated with the porcelain works.
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Woman cycling along a road raised up above the surrounding fenland, Cambridgeshire, early 1950s.
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Round barrow, near Bourton on the Water, Gloucestershire, c1860-c1922. View of a tree-covered round barrow sitting on a hill, surrounded by a dry stone wall.
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Abingdon Abbey, Oxfordshire, 1892. Overgrown arcades and windows of the sham abbey ruin in the gardens of Abingdon Abbey.
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'The Great Frost, or London in 1814', 1814. A frost fair on the River Thames. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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'Gambols on the River Thames, Feb 1814', 1814. Cartoon depicting a frost fair on the River Thames. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Postwoman emptying a postbox at an unidentified location in Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901. Although it was relatively unusual for women to hold positions such as this at the time, it was not unknown, and many women were starting to campaign for equality through movements such as the suffragettes. Women over 21 achieved the vote in 1928, 27 years after this picture was taken.
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Lych gate of St Andrew's Church, Sonning, Berkshire, c1860-c1922. The wooden lych gate of the church, built in the Victorian period, with a narrow lane behind.
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Chiswick House, Hounslow, London, 1750. 'A View of the Cascade and West Front of the Earl of Burlington's House at Chiswick'. The Serpentine River, terminating in the cascade, was created by landscaping and canalising the Bollo Brook. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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St Mary's Abbey, York, Yorkshire, 1720. View showing the ruined arcades with a gatehouse in the distance. St Mary's Abbey was once the wealthiest abbey in the north of England. It was closed in 1539 as part of Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Eastnor Castle, near Ledbury, Herefordshire, March 1921. Aerial view of the castle, built for the 2nd Baron Somers in 1812-1820 by Robert Smirke to look like a medieval castle.
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The Red Room, Bath House, Piccadilly, London, 1911. Interior view showing display cases containing part of Sir Julius Wernher's collection. The photograph was commissioned by Wernher, who had made his fortune in South African diamond mines and later in goldfields. Bath House was demolished in 1960.
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The Red Room, Bath House, Piccadilly, London, 1911. Interior view showing a display case containing part of Sir Julius Wernher's collection. The photograph was commissioned by Wernher, who had made his fortune in South African diamond mines and later in goldfields. Bath House was demolished in 1960.
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Station Master, Finmere Station, Oxfordshire, 1904. In 1898-1899 the Great Central Railway Company (formed 1897) created a main railway route from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London. The line was closed in the late 1960s and subsequently was largely dismantled.
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Entrance to Reading Abbey, Berkshire, 1890. The ruins of the entrance to the east cloister looking south. The Abbey was founded by King Henry I in 1121. It became a royal palace of King Henry VIII after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1537.
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All Saints Church, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, 1883. View from the Compleat Angler Hotel, looking across the Thames with the bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark in 1832, and the church beyond. The church was rebuilt in 1832-1835 by CF Inwood on the site of a medieval church. The chancel dates from 1875-1876 and the spire and tower were altered again in 1898-1899.
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Animal montage, 1970. Photograph of a promotional reference sheet of unusual photographs of animals.
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The Needles, Isle of Wight, 1920. Early aerial view of this famous landmark of chalk stacks rising out of the sea, culminating in the Needles Lighthouse, built in 1859.
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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, 1920. Aerial view of the town, abbey remains and St Edmundsbury Cathedral. The Cathedral was formerly the Church of St James within the abbey precinct. Adjoining it is the Norman Gate (1120-1148) which leads from the town into the abbey interior. Abbeygate, to the right, leads onto the Great Court - the public area in front of the abbey complex. It was rebuilt after 1327 when rioting destroyed the original gate.
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Tree-lined path in the gardens of West Ilsley House, Berkshire, c1860-c1922. A pretty pathway or sunken lane lined with trees in the garden of the 18th century manor house.
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Bibury, Gloucestershire, 1906. View looking along the river towards the stone bridge beside Arlington Row. The Cotswold village of Bibury was described as the most beautiful village in England by William Morris.
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Women sitting on steps of an unidentified building, Hellidon, Northamptonshire, c1896-c1920.
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Malvern Hills, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, 1921. Aerial view looking south at Upper Colwall. Jubilee Drive winds through a plantation along the western side of the ridge.
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Didcot Junction, Oxfordshire, 1904. View looking from the east at a signal box towards the junction station, with an engine approaching and a line of carriages to the right. The Branch Junction to Oxford and the erection of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's covered station was completed in 1844.
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Bell tower of Magdalen College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, 1885. A street view looking along the High Street towards the 144 foot high bell tower of Magdalen College. It is from this tower that the College choir sing on May Day morning in a ceremony that dates back centuries.
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'North West View of Lanercost Priory in the County of Cumberland', 1739. Lanercost Priory was an Augustinian monastery founded in c1169 by Robert de Vaux.
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Finmere Station, Oxfordshire 1904. The Great Central Railway Company built this station on the line from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London in 1898-1899. A new Great Central Railway terminus was built at Marylebone. Behind these porters are posters advertising tickets for trips to London. These journeys would be unthinkable for most people before the coming of the railways.
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Interior of the Yellow Drawing Room, Buckingham Palace, London, 1840. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Frost fair on the River Thames, London, 1683. A true description of the blanket fair upon the River Thames in the time of the Great Frost in the year of our Lord 1683.From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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River Thames frozen near Oxford, Oxfordshire, 1895. A crowd of people and horse-drawn carriages standing on the frozen River Thames, with barges moored against the riverbank in the background.
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Maidenhead Bridge, Berkshire, 1885. The north aspect of the bridge seen from the Buckinghamshire bank, with a small party of girls walking along the riverside path. The graceful bridge is built from Portland stone and was constructed in the 1770s, opening for traffic in 1777.
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Ploughing in the Buckinghamshire countryside, c1896-c1920. A horse and plough team at work possibly in Ilmer, Whiteleaf or Monks Risborough.
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Chiswick House, London, 1750. 'A View of the Rt Hon the Earl of Bulington's House at Chiswick and part of the Town'. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Hampton Court Palace, Richmond-upon-Thames, London, 1920. Aerial view of the palace, the gardens and the River Thames.
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Holy Trinity Church, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 1890. The church exterior from the north-west. Made from Forest Marble and with a stone roof, it was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and built in 1850-1851.
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Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London, 1851. Interior view looking west. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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St Paul's Cathedral, Blackfriars Bridge and boats on the River Thames, London, 1914. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Ancient yew tree, Aldworth, Berkshire, 1895. The old yew tree in the churchyard, which is at least 1000 years old. It was uprooted by a storm in 1976. A part of the old root still survives and had produced new growth.
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Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, 1920. Aerial view of the castle with the River Avon in the foreground, with the church and town beyond.
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Bargate, Southampton, Hampshire, 1885. Exterior view looking south through the medieval gatehouse at the northern entrance to the town. Workmen pose with their cart in front of the gate.
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Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London, 1851. Interior of the Great Exhibition. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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A boxer dog looking over the garden gate of a house, Aspenden, Hertfordshire, 1960.
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Old St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, 1660. View of the west end of the cathedral before the fire of 1666. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Hampton Court, Richmond-upon-Thames, London, 1920. Aerial view of Hampton Court Palace, the gardens and the River Thames.
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Kew Gardens, Richmond upon Thames, London, 1920. Aerial view of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Yellow Drawing Room, Bath House, Piccadilly, London, 1911. The Yellow Drawing Room, commissioned by Sir Julius Wernher. Bath House was demolished in 1960.
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The Red Room, Bath House, Piccadilly, London, 1911. Interior view showing the fireplace in the Red Room at Bath House, commissioned by Sir Julius Wernher. Bath House was demolished in 1960.
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St Lawrence's Church, Mickleton, Gloucestershire, c1860-c1922. A couple posing by a gate with the spire of the Saxon church and surrounding countryside in the background.
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'South East View of Lanercost Priory in the County of Cumberland', 1739. Lanercost Priory was an Augustinian monastery founded in c1169 by Robert de Vaux.
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Kiftsgate Court, Mickleton, near Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire, c1860-c1922. A distant view of the house from the road. The origins of the house are late 18th century. It was built for Walwyn Graves (1744-1813), with the remainder of house built in a 17th century style between 1887 and 1891.
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Cat and dog, late 1950s or early 1960s. A cat sitting next to railings on a wall, looks down at a dog which looks back up at the cat.
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Vickers aircraft, 1920. Aerial view of what appears to be a Vickers Vimy commercial aircraft in flight (with the unusual registration 17-X on the tail fin). The same basic airframe was used for the Vickers Vernon, adopted by the RAF as a cargo aircraft between 1921 and 1927. Photographed around the time of the first aerial Pageant at Hendon (3 July 1920).
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Parkland surrounding Highclere Castle, Hampshire, c1860-c1922. View looking down a road which runs through the park, with a large oak tree in the foreground.
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Chapter House, Netley Abbey, Hampshire, c1860-c1922. The arches of the Chapter House in this Cistercian abbey, which were designed to allow people outside the room to hear the discussions being held within.
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Windmill Hill, West Ilsley Downs, Berkshire, 1890s. Women and children walking in the beautiful landscape of the West Ilsley Downs. A meandering path leads the eye on towards the windmill on Windmill Hill. It seems that the windmill fell into disrepair soon after, by 1907. The unfenced Downs were huge sheep pastures.
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Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 1883. General view of the main entrance and tower from the tree-lined approach road.
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East St Helen Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, 1890. View looking towards St Helen's Church.
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Eltham Palace, London, c1653. A view of the palace just before the major demolitions in the 1650s. The queen's apartments are to the left and the king's to the right.
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Lime walk in the snow, Trinity College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, 1880. The walk probably dates to the 1680s when formal parts of the garden were laid out.
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Hodcot Lane, West Ilsley, Berkshire, 1895. Looking down a rural lane towards the West Ilsley Downs in the distance.
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FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 1926. Aerial photograph showing the match, between Bolton Wanderers and Manchester City, in progress. Bolton won 1-0 before a crowd of 91,447.
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'Frost Fair on the Thames in the Reign of Charles II', London, 1683. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Old St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, 17th century (1707). View of the West End of the old cathedral before the Great Fire of London of 1666. Illustration from Les delices de la Grand Bretagne... by James Beeverell. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Funeral car of Admiral Lord Nelson, 1806. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Animal montage, 1970. Photograph of a promotional reference sheet of unusual photographs of animals.
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Market Place, Fairford, Gloucestershire, 1890. A woman in a horse and trap outside a clothier's shop in the picturesque Cotswold town.
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Statue of the Duke of Wellington, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, London, 1825. Cartoon showing a statue of the Duke with a raised shield in a heroic classical pose. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Demolition of Temple Bar, London, 1878. 'The last of Temple Bar - sketched on Saturday January 12, 1878'. Scene showing the steam-powered crane being used to help dismantle the stonework. This incarnation of Temple Bar (the gate between the Cities of London and Westminster) was constructed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672. It was removed in order to widen the road. A reconstruction using much of the original stonework can now be seen at Paternoster Square. From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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First bible reading in the crypt of old St Paul's Cathedral, London, 1541 (19th century). From the Mayson Beeton Collection.
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Ambassador's Residence, British Embassy (Kharitonenko Mansion), Moscow, USSR, 1950. Exterior view of the garden block from the east, with military trucks and diplomats' cars in the courtyard.
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British Embassy (Hotel de Charost), 39 Rue de Fauborg Saint Honore, Paris, France, 1964. The state dining room at the Hotel de Charost, the British Ambassador's residence in Paris. Photographed for the Ministry of Public Building and Works.
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Collection of Roman coins found at Richborough Roman Fort, Kent, 2012.

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