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Chambers Collection

Background imageChambers Collection: George Square, Glasgow

George Square, Glasgow
George Square in the centre of Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. This fine square in dominated by the Italianate Municipal Chambers and the Sir Walter Scott memorial column

Background imageChambers Collection: Three lady golfers, 1914

Three lady golfers, 1914
Famous female golfers who fought a strenuous battle for the Cheshire Ladies Championship at Wallasey in April 1914. From left to right, Miss Gladys Ravenscroft (American champion)

Background imageChambers Collection: The Coronation Coach

The Coronation Coach
The State coach, weighing 4 tonnes, which first appeared on the streets of London at an opening of Parliament by George III has been used at every Royal coronation since that of George IV

Background imageChambers Collection: Advert, Gaskell & Chambers Ltd, Bar Fitters

Advert, Gaskell & Chambers Ltd, Bar Fitters
Advert for Gaskell & Chambers Ltd (incorporated with Yates & Greenways), Bar Fitters, Manufacturers of Beer Engines and Hotel Bar Requisites, Counters, Back Fittings, Seating

Background imageChambers Collection: Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers

Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers (1878 - 1960), English tennis player and seven time winner of the ladies singles title at Wimbledon between 1903 and 1914

Background imageChambers Collection: England / Milton Abbas

England / Milton Abbas
The distinctive charm of the village street of Milton Abbas, Dorset. Built in the 1780s by Sir William Chambers at the request of Lord Milton; an early English model village Date: 1950s

Background imageChambers Collection: Blitz in London -- Chambers Wharf, Bermondsey, WW2

Blitz in London -- Chambers Wharf, Bermondsey, WW2
Blitz in London -- firefighters in action with fire engines and hosepipes at Chambers Wharf, Bermondsey Wall, on 12 August 1944. Date: 1944

Background imageChambers Collection: Lawyers books, brief and wig in a leather chair

Lawyers books, brief and wig in a leather chair. Date: circa 1990s

Background imageChambers Collection: 1837 / COAL MINE

1837 / COAL MINE
A cross-section of a coal mine showing all the underground chambers and tunnels

Background imageChambers Collection: Advert, Thomas Rankine & Sons, Shoes, Edinburgh

Advert, Thomas Rankine & Sons, Shoes, Edinburgh
Advert for Thomas Rankine & Sons, Wholesale Shoewarehousemen and Importers, Chambers Street, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1905

Background imageChambers Collection: Lemon Squeezer 1889

Lemon Squeezer 1889
A lemon squeezer manufactured by Merritt & Chambers of Birmingham

Background imageChambers Collection: Fair / Car Ride, Kings Lyn

Fair / Car Ride, Kings Lyn
A petrol car ride (owned by F Thompson), Kings Lynn (cars manufactured by R E Chambers Co. USA)

Background imageChambers Collection: Carrington House Staircase, Whitehall

Carrington House Staircase, Whitehall
An architectural drawing of a double sided staircase below a dome shaped sky light within Carrington House, in Whitehall, the property was designed by architect William Chambers. Date: circa 1818

Background imageChambers Collection: The Tower of London, Various Views and Items

The Tower of London, Various Views and Items
Various views and items inside the Tower of London, including weapons, armour, tombs, council chambers, lower chambers, and large dungeon

Background imageChambers Collection: The New Council Chamber, Guildhall, London

The New Council Chamber, Guildhall, London
The new council chamber at the Guildhall, London. The administrative centre of the City of London has stood since 1411. The building was damaged by the Great Fire of London in 1666

Background imageChambers Collection: Ferro Advertisement Photo

Ferro Advertisement Photo
An advertisement photograph for Ferro A.M.P. Chambers, interior design company. The image shows an interior in Kooyana, Wayville, South Australia, designed by Ferro

Background imageChambers Collection: George Square, Glasgow with the City Chambers or Municipal Buildings that was built i 1889

George Square, Glasgow with the City Chambers or Municipal Buildings that was built i 1889. Date: 1890s

Background imageChambers Collection: Lock of Fort Augustus, situated at the south-western end of Loch Ness. Date: late 1890s

Lock of Fort Augustus, situated at the south-western end of Loch Ness. Date: late 1890s

Background imageChambers Collection: Comic postcard, Woman at a lending library

Comic postcard, Woman at a lending library Date: 20th century

Background imageChambers Collection: Warwick House

Warwick House
Large town house in St James London built in 1770-71 by Sir William Chambers (formerly Errington House), with additions in the 19th century

Background imageChambers Collection: Customs inspectors opening luggage at the border

Customs inspectors opening luggage at the border, 18th century. Searched by the Douaniers at the French frontiers. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by Thomas Rowlandson

Background imageChambers Collection: Great pyramid of Giza

Great pyramid of Giza
The great pyramid of Giza 1, interior chambers 2. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Friedrich Johann Bertuchs Bilderbuch fur Kinder (Picture Book for Children), Weimar, 1792

Background imageChambers Collection: Bailiff of the imperial chambers, Napoleonic era

Bailiff of the imperial chambers, Napoleonic era
Bailiff of the imperial chambers, Huissier de la Chambre de l Empereur, Napoleonic era.Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes Historiques de

Background imageChambers Collection: Charles Edward Chambers

Charles Edward Chambers (1883-1941). American illustrator and classical painter. Date: circa 1928

Background imageChambers Collection: Dorothea Lambert Chambers and son Graham at Frinton

Dorothea Lambert Chambers and son Graham at Frinton
Tennis supremo and Wimbledon champion Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers pictured at Frinton-on-Sea with her son Graham who was taking part in the childrens tennis tournament. Date: 1923

Background imageChambers Collection: Lawyers books, brief and wig in a leather chair

Lawyers books, brief and wig in a leather chair. Date: circa 1990s

Background imageChambers Collection: Temple Gardens, in the centre of London, between Fleet Street and stately Embankment

Temple Gardens, in the centre of London, between Fleet Street and stately Embankment. With trees surrounding a garden with a fountain, it must of been a lovely place to escape from Londons streets

Background imageChambers Collection: Interior of Court of Exchequer Chamber, showing the ancient ceremony of chopping sticks

Interior of Court of Exchequer Chamber, showing the ancient ceremony of chopping sticks and counting horse-shoes and hob-nails, this tradition was abolition in 1882. Date: 1844

Background imageChambers Collection: American advert for McCray Refrigerators - Snow White Opal Glass

American advert for McCray Refrigerators - Snow White Opal Glass. Food compartments with run an electric motor with nickel-plated trimmings lined with white opal glass

Background imageChambers Collection: Penstock Chamber at Old Ford, London 1861

Penstock Chamber at Old Ford, London 1861
Interior of the Penstock Chamber in the sewers at Old Ford, London, 1861. Penstock chambers usually have large, moveable watertight doors and are used to control the flow of material in drains

Background imageChambers Collection: Cumbernauld New Town, Scotland - Housing & Town Centre

Cumbernauld New Town, Scotland - Housing & Town Centre
Cumbernauld New Town, North Lanarkshire, Scotland - Housing & Town Centre. Cumbernauld is the clearest example of a modernist new town vision in the UK. Date: circa 1969

Background imageChambers Collection: Dorothea Lambert Chambers, tennis champion

Dorothea Lambert Chambers, tennis champion
Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers (1878 - 1960), English tennis player and seven time winner of the ladies singles title at Wimbledon between 1903 and 1914

Background imageChambers Collection: Horse drawn turntable-ladder at LFB HQ, Southwark

Horse drawn turntable-ladder at LFB HQ, Southwark
The turntable-ladder was introduced into the London Fire Brigade in 1905 and could be extended to a height of 85 feet. The ladders were self supporting

Background imageChambers Collection: York Street Chambers, York Street, London W1

York Street Chambers, York Street, London W1. Date: circa 1905

Background imageChambers Collection: Scotland / Glasgow 1960S

Scotland / Glasgow 1960S
George Square, the centre of Glasgow, Scotland. This fine square is dominated by the Italianate Municipal Chambers, with the Cenotaph in front and the Scott Column. Date: 1960s

Background imageChambers Collection: Bristol Siddeley Gamma Mk201 rocket engine

Bristol Siddeley Gamma Mk201 rocket engine showing the four swivelling combustion chambers

Background imageChambers Collection: Brill Brothers, New York

Brill Brothers, New York
Building, Brill Bros. 283 Broadway. Brill Brothers clothing store at 283 Broadway, between Chambers and Reade Streets; Childs Restaurant visible next door, electric sign visible

Background imageChambers Collection: Cosmopolitan Hotel in New York City, USA

Cosmopolitan Hotel in New York City, USA
Cosmopolitan Hotel at the corner of Chambers Street and West Broadway in New York City, USA. The Cosmopolitan Hotel was founded in 1845 making it one of the oldest hotels in New York. 1919

Background imageChambers Collection: Waterloo Chambers, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire

Waterloo Chambers, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire - Room with Red wallpaper, Portraits and Vaulted ceilings. Part of Box 247 Boswell Collection. Date: circa 1900

Background imageChambers Collection: Denuded Cairn, Lough Crew Showing Arrangements of Chambers

Denuded Cairn, Lough Crew Showing Arrangements of Chambers - a view of an open cairn showing the chambers laid out. (Location: Republic of Ireland: County Meath: Lough Crew). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageChambers Collection: Interior, No. 3. Cairn, Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo

Interior, No. 3. Cairn, Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo
Interior, No.3. Cairn, Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo - an interior vertical shot showing the burial chambers. (Location: Republic of Ireland: County Sligo: Carrowkeel). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageChambers Collection: Interior, No. 3. Cairn, Looking to Entrance, Carrowkeel

Interior, No. 3. Cairn, Looking to Entrance, Carrowkeel
Interior, No.3. Cairn, Looking to Entrance, Carrowkeel - an interior shot showing the burial chambers, looking towards the entrance. (Location: Republic of Ireland: County Sligo: Carrowkeel)

Background imageChambers Collection: Burial Chambers in No. I. Cairn, Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo

Burial Chambers in No. I. Cairn, Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo
Burial Chambers in No.I. Cairn, Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo. (Location: Republic of Ireland: County Sligo: Carrowkeel). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageChambers Collection: Raffles Chambers Building, Singapore

Raffles Chambers Building, Singapore Date: circa 1909

Background imageChambers Collection: William Chambers, Publ

William Chambers, Publ
WILLIAM CHAMBERS Scottish publisher with his autograph Date: 1800 - 1883

Background imageChambers Collection: William Chambers Jr

William Chambers Jr, part of the land owning Chambers family of Wales. An active JP, he played a major role in suppressing the Rebecca Riots 1839 - 1843

Background imageChambers Collection: Sir William Chambers

Sir William Chambers
SIR WILLIAM CHAMBERS Landscape designer, the architect of Somerset House and the Kew Gardens Pagoda. Date: 1726 - 1796

Background imageChambers Collection: John Thurlow (Chambers)

John Thurlow (Chambers)
John Thurlow (1616 - 1668) Statesman, secretary to Oliver Cromwell



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