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Goods Collection

Background imageGoods Collection: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason
The Fortnum and Mason lettering sign above the door of the famous store, selling luxury goods of all description, Piccadilly, London. Date: 1960s

Background imageGoods Collection: Scunthorpe Iron Works

Scunthorpe Iron Works
Iron-smelting works at Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England

Background imageGoods Collection: A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson

A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson (1844-1891)

Background imageGoods Collection: French Customs officers X-Ray for smuggled goods

French Customs officers X-Ray for smuggled goods 1897

Background imageGoods Collection: The Caledonian Market, London, 1912

The Caledonian Market, London, 1912
Shoppers viewing stalls of goods at the Caledonian Road Market, London, on a Friday in 1912. This image shows a real mix of London society looking through china, houseware and clothes. 1912

Background imageGoods Collection: Smugglers Unload Goods

Smugglers Unload Goods
A band of smugglers unload their cargo of contraband into a secluded coastal cave, constantly checking for any nearby customs men

Background imageGoods Collection: COAL TRAIN

COAL TRAIN
Coal train hauled by a 4-4-2 tank locomotive at the harbourside

Background imageGoods Collection: Gwaun Cae Gurwen incline, Carmarthenshire, South Wales

Gwaun Cae Gurwen incline, Carmarthenshire, South Wales
View of the Gwaun Cae Gurwen incline on the Great Western Railway near Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, Dyfed, South Wales, with a large number of trucks on the line

Background imageGoods Collection: Clink Street, London

Clink Street, London
Close to Southwark Cathedral, Clink Street was the site of the Clink Prison where, in the 16th century, heretics were held; the bridges are used for transportation of goods

Background imageGoods Collection: General view of Exeter Prison, Devon

General view of Exeter Prison, Devon
A general view of Exeter Prison in Devon. Railway lines in the foreground carry a variety of rolling stock including both goods wagons and passenger carriages

Background imageGoods Collection: Mrs Sullivan of Covent Garden Market

Mrs Sullivan of Covent Garden Market
Mrs Sullivan, or Auntie of the Garden, a famous character in Covent Garden Market who earned her living from looking after the carters whips

Background imageGoods Collection: Freight poster

Freight poster
Poster advertising a French freight company for the transportation of containers by rail. A vast railway network ensures swift delivery

Background imageGoods Collection: T & W Farmiloe Limited - Rochester Row, Westminster, London

T & W Farmiloe Limited - Rochester Row, Westminster, London
The warehouses of T & W Farmiloe Limited - Rochester Row, Westminster, London. In 1914 the company were manufacturing of Lead, White Lead, Paint, Colour and Varnish, Glass

Background imageGoods Collection: Model of a Norfolk Wherry

Model of a Norfolk Wherry - a sailing craft formerly widely used for goods transport on the East Norfolk rivers. Date: circa late 1930s

Background imageGoods Collection: Advert for Goblin teasmade 1954

Advert for Goblin teasmade 1954
How nice to receive a Goblin teasmade. Every morning of the year to be wakened to morning tea freshly made, ready at your bedside for enjoyment in cosy comfort

Background imageGoods Collection: Advertisement for Crane petite boilers

Advertisement for Crane petite boilers -- male model (Tony Gale) extending his hand. 1959

Background imageGoods Collection: Haverfordwest Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Haverfordwest Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Passengers waiting for the 1040 to Paddington, on the up platform of Haverfordwest Railway Station in Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Background imageGoods Collection: Poster depicting Colombo, Ceylon

Poster depicting Colombo, Ceylon
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board, depicting dock workers loading and unloading cargo at Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

Background imageGoods Collection: Lms Freight Train

Lms Freight Train
A London Midland and Scottish Railway goods train, hauled by a 4-6-0 Patriot locomotive

Background imageGoods Collection: Ipswich Shunting Yard

Ipswich Shunting Yard
Steam goods trains at the busy shunting yard of Ipswich railway station, Suffolk, England

Background imageGoods Collection: Items of interior decoration at the seat of Sir Savile Crossley - Somerleyton Hall near

Items of interior decoration at the seat of Sir Savile Crossley - Somerleyton Hall near Lowestoft - Household Gods. These include a marble statue of Sir Savile as a boy, a bronze figure of Atalanta

Background imageGoods Collection: Railway station at Chanute, Kansas, USA

Railway station at Chanute, Kansas, USA, on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad. Date: circa 1920

Background imageGoods Collection: Denver Dry Goods Co. Building - Denver, Colorado, USA

Denver Dry Goods Co. Building - Denver, Colorado, USA Date: circa 1910

Background imageGoods Collection: Santa Fe Depot, train station, San Bernardino, California

Santa Fe Depot, train station, San Bernardino, California, America

Background imageGoods Collection: Freight Train

Freight Train
A goods train hauled by a Beyer-Garratt locomotive

Background imageGoods Collection: Advert for Cussons Imperial Leather soap, one of a series of ads utilising the language of

Advert for Cussons Imperial Leather soap, one of a series of ads utilising the language of the fan. Date: 1954

Background imageGoods Collection: Louis Vuitton advertisment

Louis Vuitton advertisment
Advertisment for the Louis Vuitton showroom in New Bond street, London. 1928

Background imageGoods Collection: Traffic congestion, Covent Garden, London WC2

Traffic congestion, Covent Garden, London WC2
Traffic congestion in the Covent Garden area, London WC2, showing a view along Henrietta Street from the corner of Bedford Street during the morning of 26 March 1959

Background imageGoods Collection: Aerial View - Railway Goods Station at Marylebone Station

Aerial View - Railway Goods Station at Marylebone Station
This photograph shows a portion of the extensive Railway Goods Station at Marylebone Station, Great Central Railway. The illustration consists chiefly of the roof of the sheds

Background imageGoods Collection: Barge and windmill, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

Barge and windmill, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
A picturesque view of a sailing barge and Archers Windmill at Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex. The Georgiana, a spritsail barge owned by Smeed Dean & Co of Kent

Background imageGoods Collection: Wrecked goods train, Llanelli railway strike riots, Wales

Wrecked goods train, Llanelli railway strike riots, Wales

Background imageGoods Collection: Steam lorry, Llandyssil, Powys, Mid Wales

Steam lorry, Llandyssil, Powys, Mid Wales
A steam lorry (Manns patent steam cart) belonging to Evans & Jones, haulage contractors, laden with goods which have just been loaded from a train at Llandysul (or Llandyssil)

Background imageGoods Collection: Royal Mail Line Poster

Royal Mail Line Poster
Striking poster for the Royal Mail Shipping Line to South America, depicting a large ship or passenger liner nearing a harbour

Background imageGoods Collection: Asprey Christmas presents, 1926

Asprey Christmas presents, 1926
Colour advertisement for Asprey of Bond Street displaying a wide variety of Christmas present ideas, including an attache case, a shagreen cigarette box, leather handbag, crocodile handbag pochette

Background imageGoods Collection: London Street Scene

London Street Scene
Leadenhall Street, London, with wagon unloading goods, stage coach and horse bus, as well as passers-by

Background imageGoods Collection: Mays Stores / Shepherd Mkt

Mays Stores / Shepherd Mkt
Shepherd Market, Mayfair, previously the site of the May Fair from which the district takes its name. It was laid out in c.1735 by architect Edward Shepherd

Background imageGoods Collection: Pickfords Dray 1862

Pickfords Dray 1862
A dray belonging to Pickfords company delivers the goods

Background imageGoods Collection: Customs, 19th Century

Customs, 19th Century
THE CUSTOM HOUSE Searching imported goods and luggage thoroughly

Background imageGoods Collection: Patriotic poster, Buy British - Britain Always First

Patriotic poster, Buy British - Britain Always First
Britain Always First - poster celebrating Britihs achievements in breaking speed records on land, water, air and rail. Part of a government campaign to tackle a balance of payments crisis

Background imageGoods Collection: Manchester Goods on horse cart, LNWR Goods Depot, Camden

Manchester Goods on horse cart, LNWR Goods Depot, Camden
A load of Manchester Goods transported by horse cart to the LNWR (London & North Western Railway Co.) Goods Depot at Camden, London. Date: circa 1907

Background imageGoods Collection: Advert for Finnigans Dressing Cases, London, 1921

Advert for Finnigans Dressing Cases, London, 1921 Date: 1921

Background imageGoods Collection: London Trade Card - Thomas Pickett, Brasier

London Trade Card - Thomas Pickett, Brasier (late servant to Mr Hancock in Pall Mall), at the sign of the Frying Pan in Compton Street, corner of Frith Street, Soho

Background imageGoods Collection: Rail / Break of Gauge

Rail / Break of Gauge
The break of gauge at Gloucester: the trans-shipment of goods from the broad gauge to the narrow gauge carriages

Background imageGoods Collection: The Golden Man, Saka warrior of south-eastern Kazakhstan

The Golden Man, Saka warrior of south-eastern Kazakhstan
Saka (Scythian) warrior of Issyk Kurgan, from a skeleton found in a burial mound in south-eastern Kazakhstan. The discovery was named The Golden Man because of the rich burial goods included with it

Background imageGoods Collection: The Old Wicker Railway Station, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

The Old Wicker Railway Station, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
The Old Wicker Railway Station building in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, which opened in 1838. In 1870 it was closed to passengers, being used for freight and renamed Wicker Goods. Date: circa 1840s

Background imageGoods Collection: Railway map, Acton, Kew, Turnham Green, London

Railway map, Acton, Kew, Turnham Green, London
Railway map, Acton, Kew, South Acton & Turnham Green, London, with colour coding of the various railway companies. Date: 1913

Background imageGoods Collection: Railway map, Clapham Junction area, London

Railway map, Clapham Junction area, London
Railway map, Clapham Junction, Stewarts Lane, Lavender Hill and Longhedge, SW London, with colour coding of the various railway companies. Date: 1912

Background imageGoods Collection: A stuffed and mounted Polar Bear at Somerleyton Hall near Lowerstoft

A stuffed and mounted Polar Bear at Somerleyton Hall near Lowerstoft, one of 57 bears shot in five weeks at Spitzbergen and in no-mans land by Sir Savile Crossley and Mr Arnold Pike. Date: 1905



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