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Frequented Collection

Background imageFrequented Collection: Spain - The Alcazar Interior, Seville

Spain - The Alcazar Interior, Seville
Black and white lantern slide of royal palace, the Alcazar. Here, we can see the geometric patterns frequented by Muslim architecture in the interior arches

Background imageFrequented Collection: Lear / Nonsense / Dundee

Lear / Nonsense / Dundee
There was an Old Man of Dundee, who frequented the top of a tree; When disturbed by the crows, he abruptly arose, and exclaimed, I ll return to Dundee

Background imageFrequented Collection: Tudor Close, Rottingdean

Tudor Close, Rottingdean
A photograph of an outside bench under a window of a Tudorbethan style property at Tudor Close, Rottingdean, the residence inspired the board game Cluedo

Background imageFrequented Collection: RMS Carpathia, salvaged red octagonal floor tile

RMS Carpathia, salvaged red octagonal floor tile
RMS Carpathia, salvaged red patterned earthenware octagonal floor tile from an unknown location on the ship, approx. 0.875 (d) x 5.875 (w) x 6 inches (diameter)

Background imageFrequented Collection: The Farthing Pie House

The Farthing Pie House or Pye House in what is now the Euston Road was so called because mutton pies could be bought there for a farthing

Background imageFrequented Collection: Bedford Head tavern

Bedford Head tavern
The old Bedford Head Tavern, a once celebrated eating house in Southampton Street, London, frequented by Horace Walpole

Background imageFrequented Collection: The Three Cranes

The Three Cranes in Thames Street was a famous tavern as early as the reign of James I. It was one of the taverns frequented by the wits in Ben Jonsons time

Background imageFrequented Collection: Farnham Hole

Farnham Hole
Mother Ludlams Hole at Farnham, Surrey : she was a white witch and herbalist, known as GOOD Mother Ludlam, much frequented and esteemed by the locals. Date: circa 1770

Background imageFrequented Collection: India Haridwar

India Haridwar
The Ganges at Haridwar, much frequented by Hindu pilgrims. Date: circa 1840

Background imageFrequented Collection: England / Luddenham

England / Luddenham
Luddenham village, near Halifax, Yorkshire, England. It was the Lord Nelson public house that Branwell Bronte frequented while working as a railway clerk Date: 1950s

Background imageFrequented Collection: Ye Olde Swiss Cottage

Ye Olde Swiss Cottage
Ye Old Swiss Cottage, an old inn in north west London, reputed to have been named after Rossinis opera Le Chalet. It was frequented by Charles Dickens. Date: 19th century

Background imageFrequented Collection: Lear / More Nonsense / C19Th

Lear / More Nonsense / C19Th
There was an Old Man of Shields, Who frequented the valleys & fields; All the mice & the cats, & the snakes & the rats, Followed after that person of Shields

Background imageFrequented Collection: Cock Tavern, Fleet St

Cock Tavern, Fleet St
The dining room of the Cock Tavern on Fleet St. Like other pubs in the area, the Cock was frequented by luminaries like Pepys, Johnson and Tennyson. It was destroyed in 1886

Background imageFrequented Collection: Horse Guards 1804

Horse Guards 1804
Horse Guards Parade, after it had been cleared as a parade ground, much frequented by Londoners as a social venue


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