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Chatham Collection

Background imageChatham Collection: German cruiser SMS Emden attacked by HMAS Sydney, WW1

German cruiser SMS Emden attacked by HMAS Sydney, WW1
The German light cruiser SMS Emden attacked by HMAS Sydney on 9 November 1914, at the Battle of Cocos. Date: 1914

Background imageChatham Collection: Chatham / Kent / Medway / 1907

Chatham / Kent / Medway / 1907
Chatham, Kent: looking down the Medway from Chatham Pier

Background imageChatham Collection: HMAS Sydney - Chatham Class Light Cruiser Built 1911-13

HMAS Sydney - Chatham Class Light Cruiser Built 1911-13, Australia. New Royal Australian Navy. Photograph taken on convoy by the HMS Dublin in 1917

Background imageChatham Collection: William Pitt (1708-1778). British politician

William Pitt (1708-1778). British politician
PITT, William (London 1708-Hayes, 1778), first Earl of Chatham, called Pitt the Elder or Prime Pitt. Also konwn as The Great Commoner. British politician. He joined the ranks of Commons Whig in 1735

Background imageChatham Collection: General Gordon Statue, Chatham

General Gordon Statue, Chatham
Memorial to General Gordon at Chatham - Royal Engineers Barracks

Background imageChatham Collection: Poster advertising The Better Ole, Theatre Royal, Chatham

Poster advertising The Better Ole, Theatre Royal, Chatham
Poster advertising a comedy produced by Charles Cochran, The Better Ole, or The Romance of Old Bill, at the Theatre Royal, Chatham. Performed twice nightly, with a Wednesday matinee

Background imageChatham Collection: The Death of Ellen Bright at Wombwells Menagerie, 1850

The Death of Ellen Bright at Wombwells Menagerie, 1850
Engraving showing Ellen Bright (1832-1850), a Lion Queen animal trainer, being attacked by a tiger during the course of a performance at Wombwells Menagerie, Chatham, January 1850

Background imageChatham Collection: The Gaiety music hall Chatham

The Gaiety music hall Chatham
Showing the front of the Gaiety, Chatham. Large posters for Florrie Forde and Nellie Colman with Florrie Forde?s name on billboard

Background imageChatham Collection: German cruiser SMS Emden, WW1

German cruiser SMS Emden, WW1
The German light cruiser SMS Emden after being attacked by HMAS Sydney on 9 November 1914, at the Battle of Cocos. Escaping crew can be seen in a boat in the foreground. 1914

Background imageChatham Collection: Jezreels Tower, Gillingham, Kent

Jezreels Tower, Gillingham, Kent
Jezreels Tower, Gillingham, near Chatham, Kent, England. Date: 1907

Background imageChatham Collection: Hansom cabs outside Victoria Station, London

Hansom cabs outside Victoria Station, London. Date: circa 1905

Background imageChatham Collection: Old Palace, Maidstone, Kent

Old Palace, Maidstone, Kent
Old Palace, Maidstone, near Chatham, Kent, England. Date: 1910s

Background imageChatham Collection: HMS Shannon

HMS Shannon, view of the armoured cruiser, taken from the fighting top, shows the deck and some of the chief guns. Built in Chatham Dockyard, England, fro the Royal Navy in the mid-1900s

Background imageChatham Collection: Insane Soldiers Asylum, Chatham, Kent, 1857

Insane Soldiers Asylum, Chatham, Kent, 1857
Engraving showing the exterior of the Asylum for the Temporary Reception of Insane Soldiers at Fort Pitt, Chatham, 1857

Background imageChatham Collection: Street scene outside the Dockyard Gates, Chatham, Kent

Street scene outside the Dockyard Gates, Chatham, Kent. Date: circa 1910

Background imageChatham Collection: LCC-LFB Northcote fire station, Battersea, SW London

LCC-LFB Northcote fire station, Battersea, SW London
Built by the London County Council, Northcote fire station was located at 59-61 Chatham Road, SW8. The widespread adoption of motorised fire engines by the LFB led to a reduction in the number of

Background imageChatham Collection: The Turbine Steamer Queen, 1903

The Turbine Steamer Queen, 1903
Photograph of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway Companys turbine steamer Queen, during sea trials, June 1903. This vessel was announced to be the first turbine steamer to enter cross-Channel

Background imageChatham Collection: SEandCR locomotive, Victorian period

SEandCR locomotive, Victorian period

Background imageChatham Collection: HMS Dublin - a Chatham class light cruiser

HMS Dublin - a Chatham class light cruiser that took part in the search for the Goeben and the Breslau in 1914, the early stages of the Gallipoli campaign and the Battle of Jutland. Date: circa 1919

Background imageChatham Collection: Chatham Railway Street early 1900s

Chatham Railway Street early 1900s

Background imageChatham Collection: Chatham Military Street early 1900s

Chatham Military Street early 1900s

Background imageChatham Collection: Railway Street, Chatham early 1900's

Railway Street, Chatham early 1900's

Background imageChatham Collection: Military Street, Chatham early 1900's

Military Street, Chatham early 1900's

Background imageChatham Collection: Chatham early 1900's

Chatham early 1900's

Background imageChatham Collection: Ludgate Circus London Victorian period

Ludgate Circus London Victorian period

Background imageChatham Collection: HMS Pembroke, Royal Naval Barracks, Chatham Dockyard, Kent

HMS Pembroke, Royal Naval Barracks, Chatham Dockyard, Kent Date: circa 1900s

Background imageChatham Collection: HMS Mutine

HMS Mutine
Royal Navy - HMS Mutine, a turbine-powered Algerine-class minesweeper, pictured on 1 May 1958 whilst on the reserve at Chatham

Background imageChatham Collection: SECR Steam Locomotive 4-4-0 No. 470

SECR Steam Locomotive 4-4-0 No. 470
SECR (South Eastern and Chatham Railway) Steam Locomotive 4-4-0 No. 470 passing Shakespeare's Cliff, Dover, with a down train

Background imageChatham Collection: Launch of HMS Immortalite at Chatham Dockyard, Kent

Launch of HMS Immortalite at Chatham Dockyard, Kent
The Launch of HMS Immortalite at Chatham Dockyard, Kent, 7 June 1887 Date: 1887

Background imageChatham Collection: HMS Seagull, minesweeper

HMS Seagull, minesweeper
HMS Seagull was a Sharpshooter-class torpedo gunboat, converted to be a minesweeper. She was built at Chatham Dockyard from 1888-1891

Background imageChatham Collection: McDonnell F-101B Voodoo 57-0351

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo 57-0351
Canadian Armed Forces - McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo 101029 (msn 529), on arrival at RCAF Chatham, New Brunswick, for 416 Squadron CAF

Background imageChatham Collection: HMS Vulture - a Clydebank three funnel - 30 knot destroyer

HMS Vulture - a Clydebank three funnel - 30 knot destroyer
Royal Navy - HMS Vulture, a Clydebank three funnel - 30 knot destroyer ordered under the 1895 - 1896 Naval Estimates. She was the fifth ship to carry this name since it was introduced in 1776 for a

Background imageChatham Collection: Lying in state of Wiliam Pitt the Elder, 1778

Lying in state of Wiliam Pitt the Elder, 1778
William Pitt the Elder, 1st Earl of Chatham, lying in state in Westminster Abbey. Drawn on the spot, 8th June 1778. Date: 1778

Background imageChatham Collection: WILLIAM PITT THE ELDER -DEATH

WILLIAM PITT THE ELDER -DEATH
PITT THE ELDER 1ST EARL OF CHATHAM English politician - prelude to his death 7 April 1778

Background imageChatham Collection: A Royal Train South Eastern and Chatham Railway

A Royal Train South Eastern and Chatham Railway
A, Royal, Train, South, Eastern, and, Chatham, Railway, No, 516, Steam, Locomotive, Watercolour, painting, Charles, T, Howard, 12021830

Background imageChatham Collection: Cricket Team Photograph - The Cotswold Hunt XI

Cricket Team Photograph - The Cotswold Hunt XI which beat the Beaufort Hunt in a match at Stowell Park, Cheltenham by 77 runs

Background imageChatham Collection: Cricket Team Photograph - The Gentlemen of Herefordshire Date: 1932

Cricket Team Photograph - The Gentlemen of Herefordshire Date: 1932

Background imageChatham Collection: Sketch of Command House PH, Chatham, Kent

Sketch of Command House PH, Chatham, Kent. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Sketch of the pub. The back of the print (available on request) details: Nothing for the Command House

Background imageChatham Collection: The old Arctic exploring ship, HMS Resolute, broken up at Chatham Dockyard

The old Arctic exploring ship, HMS Resolute, broken up at Chatham Dockyard. Two sailors contemplate the wreck. Date: 1879

Background imageChatham Collection: Greenwich Pensioners

Greenwich Pensioners
Group of Greenwich Pensioners, the Naval equivalent of a Chelsea Pensioner. Although the initial concept of a Greenwich pensioner was that of someone living in the Royal Hospital Greenwich

Background imageChatham Collection: Railway locomotives, 1837-1886

Railway locomotives, 1837-1886
Great Western, North London, London Chatham & Dover, St Helens and Sligo Leitrim & Northern County Railways locomotives, 1837-1886. Each illustrated with key details/measurements for the engines

Background imageChatham Collection: Map of underground and overground stations, South London

Map of underground and overground stations, South London
Map of underground and overground stations connecting the City to South London. The overground lines are the London & South Western Railway and the London Chatham & Dover Railway

Background imageChatham Collection: Railway station at Margate, Kent 1864

Railway station at Margate, Kent 1864
Railway station at Margate, Kent, on the East Kent (London, Chatham and Dover) Railway route. Date: 1864

Background imageChatham Collection: Chatham naval barracks and William Congreves rockets

Chatham naval barracks and William Congreves rockets for the British military used in the Napoleonic Wars from 1804. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes

Background imageChatham Collection: Poster, South Eastern & Chatham Railway, ferry crossings

Poster, South Eastern & Chatham Railway, ferry crossings from Calais to Dover and from Boulogne to Folkestone. circa 1901

Background imageChatham Collection: Entrance to Victoria Station, London

Entrance to Victoria Station, London. Date: circa 1908

Background imageChatham Collection: Royal Engineers Memorial Arch, Chatham, Kent

Royal Engineers Memorial Arch, Chatham, Kent
Royal Engineers, South African Memorial Arch, Brompton Barracks, Chatham, Kent, commemorating those who served in the Boer War. Date: 1905

Background imageChatham Collection: View of Chatham Street, Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

View of Chatham Street, Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), with people and rickshaws. Date: circa 1930s



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