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Royal Exchange, Looking south westward. London.For the Beauties of England and Wales EWB. No. 40 - 2.
Before the Royal Exchange building was built, Lombard Street was the traditional meeting place for merchants to conduct their business. Here, they...
Royal Aquatic excursion to Greenwich Hospital.
Despite being published over a year after the accession of Queen Victoria, this appears to show one of her uncle King William IV's visits to...
Roofs of London.
William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) was born into an artistic family. He is well-known today as a splendid maritime artist. He painted a number of...
Royal Naval College, Greenwich from the river.
A view from the Isle of Dogs, 1889, slightly off the central axis to the west, with neither the Queen's House nor Royal Observatory visible. Thames...
Royal Naval Museum, Somerset House, Exhibtion of models.
When the Admiralty moved into new premises in Whitehall in 1725, it was decided that the Navy Board, over whom the Admiralty had responsibility,...
Ruins of Irongate Wharf after the late fire.
The 'Illustrated London News' regularly reported on fires, explosions and other serious accidents in London. This engraving from January 1847 shows...
Royal visit to the
and passage down the Thames to Sheerness and Chatham.
The royal visit to the 'Tiger' and passage down the Thames to Sheerness and Chatham. Graphite and grey wash drawing by Willem Van de Velde, The...
Royal Naval Museum, Somerset House.
Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers and built between 1776 and 1801 to house government departments, especially those occupied by the...
Robert Stephenson and the Britannia railway bridge.
Robert Stephenson and Sir Joseph Fairbairn's Britannia railway bridge over the Menai Strait to Angelsey was opened in 1850. The tubular sections of...
Robert Saunders Dundas, FRS KT Viscount Melville.
Robert Saunders Dundas (1771 - 1851) was a politician, lawyer and First Lord of the Admiralty. Dundas was the only son of Henry Dundas (1742 - 1811),...
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