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The corner of Rotherhithe Street and Silver Street.
A scene at the corner of Rotherhithe Street and Silver Street around the beginning of the 20th century. Much of the architecture was typical for...
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.
The courtyard of the Thames Refinery.
The courtyard of Henry Tate's Thames Refinery in Silvertown. In the background, workers are unloading barrels of sugar from a waggon.
The cover of a map of Virginia, 1755.
The ornate cover of a map of the English colony of Virginia, dating from 1755. Virginia was a source of many valuable imports, particularly tobacco...
The construction of the Thames Tunnel.
This print illustrates a section through the Rotherhithe shaft showing the drainage cistern and the shield used during the construction of the Thames...
(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 Cities of London and Westminster accurately copied from the camera obscura in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich.
A print of the cities of London and Westminster accurately copied from the camera obscura in the Royal Observatory with St. Paul's Cathedral in the...
The City and Port of London from The Borough of Southwark showing the River & The Principal Buildings between the Temple & the Tower Bridge A.D.1919.
A panorama of the City of London and the Thames in 1919, in the style of panoramas from previous centuries.
The City of London viewed from the shot tower on the south bank of the Thames.
The City of London has been London's main business centre for centuries. In Georgian and Victorian eras the City became triumphant in style, with...
passing under London Bridge.
The collier SS 'Woodcote' (1924) passing under London Bridge. She carried coal from the North East to the Wandsworth and District Gas Company's works...
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