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'The ancient palace at Greenwich called Placentia, the birthplace of Queen Elizabeth'
Elizabeth I was born at the Palace of Greenwich in 1533. Despite the title of the print, the Tudors no longer called the palace by its former name of...
The Anglican Cathedral from opposite the Creek, Zanzibar.
The Anglican Cathedral was built in 1887 to commemorate the end of the slave trade. The site chosen for the cathedral was formally the location of...
The Admiralty - Board Room. Meeting of the Lords of the Admiralty
Naval business is conducted at the Admiralty, Whitehall. The Admiralty boardroom fireplace contains carved wooden garlands and nautical instruments...
in the Lower Pool.
The Soviet training ship 'Tovarishch Kherson', formerly the German 'Garsh Fock' (1933), in the Lower Pool. The photograph was taken around 1975,...
close-hauled in a breeze.
The 'Royal Escape' was a coasting collier previously known as the 'Surprise', in which King Charles II escaped to France after his defeat by Cromwell...
The archway of the Painted Hall in 1951.
The fine archway of the Painted Hall of Greenwich Hospital, photographed in 1951 when the building was still occupied by the Royal Naval College.
The Bellot memorial at Greenwich.
Two pensioners and a group of men and women standing near the Bellot Memorial at Greenwich. It was erected in memory of Lt. Joseph-Rene Bellot...
The Council Chambers of Bermondsey Town Hall.
The ornate Council Chamber in Bermondsey Town Hall. It was destroyed by a V1 flying bomb in 1944.
(1924) passing under Southwark Bridge.
The collier 'Woodcote' (1924) passing under Southwark Bridge. She carried coal from the North East to the Wandsworth and District Gas Company's works...
The Chapel Royal, Greenwich.
This large print, by Edward Hopley may be after a drawing made by his wife or mother, shows the Chapel as reconstructed in Greek-revival style by...
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