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Background imageListed Collection: Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
Jamaica Inn, a Grade II listed building on Bodmin Moor near Bolventor, Cornwall, built as a coaching inn in 1750. Popular with smugglers

Background imageListed Collection: The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales

The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
The Newport Transporter Bridge - a transporter bridge crossing the River Usk in Newport, South Wales (Monmouthshire). A Grade I listed structure, designed by French engineer Ferdinand Arnodin

Background imageListed Collection: Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales

Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales
Cornelia Bayley owner of Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire. She is seated in the sitting room with a very large dog

Background imageListed Collection: Ascent of Coxwells balloon, Crystal Palace, London

Ascent of Coxwells balloon, Crystal Palace, London
The scientific ascent of Mr H Coxwells Mammoth Balloon from the Crystal Palace, London. Listing below the names of various passengers of Mr Coxwell. 1862

Background imageListed Collection: Warrington Lodge (Colonnade Hotel), Maida Vale, London

Warrington Lodge (Colonnade Hotel), Maida Vale, London
Warrington Lodge (Colonnade Hotel), Maida Vale, West London. Date: circa 1905

Background imageListed Collection: Wartime poster, The British Colonial Empire (Ceylon)

Wartime poster, The British Colonial Empire (Ceylon)
Wartime poster, The British Colonial Empire, featuring a member of the Ceylon Garrison Artillery, with the Ceylon badge below, and the names of all the colonial countries listed on either side. 1940s

Background imageListed Collection: CAPE ADEN

CAPE ADEN
Cape Aden, with mount Shamsham in the distance. [not listed in Times atlas] Date: circa 1860

Background imageListed Collection: Man fishing, Fingle Bridge, Dartmoor National Park, Devon

Man fishing, Fingle Bridge, Dartmoor National Park, Devon
Man fishing near Fingle Bridge, a 17th-century stone arch packhorse bridge over the River Teign near Drewsteignton, Dartmoor National Park, Devon. Date: 1974

Background imageListed Collection: The Naze Tower, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

The Naze Tower, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
The Naze Tower at Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex. An historic landmark, it was built on the cliffs in 1721 by Trinity House as a navigation mark to guide shipping

Background imageListed Collection: Old Killingworth 4 wheeled engine by George Stephenson

Old Killingworth 4 wheeled engine by George Stephenson, 1823. Listed in RE Bleasdales Locomotive Engines catalogue, entry 1274. Taken for Stephenson Centenary. Date: 1881

Background imageListed Collection: William Hedleys engine

William Hedleys engine, 1813. Listed in RE Bleasdales Locomotive Engines catalogue, entry 1259. Long held at Crag Head, Newcastle and photographed there in 1881

Background imageListed Collection: Gatehouse and house, Lanhydrock House, Cornwall

Gatehouse and house, Lanhydrock House, Cornwall
Gatehouse and house, Lanhydrock House, a Grade I listed building near Bodmin, Cornwall. circa 1980s

Background imageListed Collection: Sketch of St Marys Church, Hartwell, Buckinghamshire

Sketch of St Marys Church, Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, by Reverend Baden Powell (1796-1860), father of Robert Baden Powell

Background imageListed Collection: Wartime poster, The British Colonial Empire (African Rifles)

Wartime poster, The British Colonial Empire (African Rifles)
Wartime poster, The British Colonial Empire, featuring a member of the Kings African Rifles, with the regiment badge below, and the names of all the colonial countries listed on either side. 1940s

Background imageListed Collection: Battle of Salehieh

Battle of Salehieh
Though not listed in any of our reference books, the battle of SALEHIEH is almost certainly an incident of Napoleons ill-fated Egyptian campaign, near Jerusalem

Background imageListed Collection: Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A Corsair II 153152

Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A Corsair II 153152
United States Navy - Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-4a-CV Corsair II 153152 (msn A61, base code 'AG', call-sign '400' ), of VA-12, embarked on USS Dwight D. Eisenhower

Background imageListed Collection: The Royal Pavilion, Brighton - Illuminated

The Royal Pavilion, Brighton - Illuminated
Brighton Pavilion - Illuminated. The Royal Pavilion is a Grade I listed former royal residence located in Brighton, England

Background imageListed Collection: University of East London Stratford Campus, University House

University of East London Stratford Campus, University House
The University of East London Stratford Campus is based in and around University House, a Grade II* listed building (formerly the West Ham Technical Institute), located in Stratford

Background imageListed Collection: HMS Argus 149

HMS Argus 149
Royal Navy - HMS Argus 149, an aircraft carrier, seen in March 1939. Argus served from 1918 to 1944. After commissioning, the ship was involved for several years in the development of the optimum

Background imageListed Collection: White Star Line, RMS Titanic, Harland and Wolff date book

White Star Line, RMS Titanic, Harland and Wolff date book
White Star Line, RMS Titanic. Extremely rare Harland and Wolff hardbound employees build/date book chronicling the history of the ships built at the yard

Background imageListed Collection: A. S. Knight Ltd Advertisement

A. S. Knight Ltd Advertisement
An illustrated advertisement for A. S. Knight Ltd. accredited agents for a number of artists listed in the lower portion. The image shows a knight riding a strong war horse

Background imageListed Collection: Titanic fireman Lindsay continuous certificate of discharge

Titanic fireman Lindsay continuous certificate of discharge
RMS Titanic - fireman William Charles Lindsay, continuous certificate of discharge, showing Titanic listed as voyage No. 7 and described as intended New York

Background imageListed Collection: Broke Hall, Nacton, near Ipswich, Suffolk

Broke Hall, Nacton, near Ipswich, Suffolk
Broke Hall, English country house, listed Grade II*, at Nacton, near Ipswich, Suffolk

Background imageListed Collection: Thoresby Hall - Budby, Nottinghamshire

Thoresby Hall - Budby, Nottinghamshire
Thoresby Hall - a grade I listed 19th-century country house in Budby, Nottinghamshire, some 2 miles north of Ollerton. In the foreground is the River Meden. Date: 1905

Background imageListed Collection: Timetable, Plough Hotel Coach Office, Cheltenham

Timetable, Plough Hotel Coach Office, Cheltenham - Royal Mails and Light & Elegant Post Coaches daily to the places listed. Date: 1826

Background imageListed Collection: Wagon Hill memorial, Ladysmith, Natal Province, South Africa

Wagon Hill memorial, Ladysmith, Natal Province, South Africa
Wagon Hill (or Platrand) memorial, near Ladysmith, Natal Province, South Africa, commemorating fallen forces of the Gordon Highlanders

Background imageListed Collection: Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex

Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex
Brighton Pavilion, East Sussex. The Royal Pavilion is a Grade I listed former royal residence located in Brighton, England

Background imageListed Collection: St James, Bermondsey

St James, Bermondsey
View of St James Church, a Church of England parish church in Bermondsey, south London. It was completed and consecrated in 1829 and given a separate parish in 1840

Background imageListed Collection: Bermondsey

Bermondsey
View of St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey in 1809. It is an Anglican church dedicated to St Mary Magdalen in the London Borough of Southwark

Background imageListed Collection: Bruce Castle

Bruce Castle is a Grade I listed 16th-century manor house in Lordship Lane, Tottenham, London. It is named after the House of Bruce who formerly owned the land on which it is built. Date: 1875

Background imageListed Collection: The Spaniards Inn

The Spaniards Inn is an historic pub on Spaniards Road between Hampstead and Highgate in London, England. It lies on the edge of Hampstead Heath near Kenwood House

Background imageListed Collection: Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace
View of Alexandra Palace in 1876. Now it is a Grade II listed entertainment and sports venue in London, situated between Wood Green and Muswell Hill in the London Borough of Haringey

Background imageListed Collection: Castle Tavern

Castle Tavern
View of the Castle Tavern, Kentish Town road, London. This pub was present by 1651 and was rebuilt in 1848. In 1861 and earlier, it is listed at 23 Providence Place, Kentish Town

Background imageListed Collection: Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church, in Marylebone, Westminster, London, is a Grade I listed former Anglican church, built in 1828 by Sir John Soane

Background imageListed Collection: Marlborough House

Marlborough House, a Grade I listed mansion in St Jamess, City of Westminster, London, is the headquarters of the Commonwealth of Nations and the seat of the Commonwealth Secretariat

Background imageListed Collection: The Izjer Tower seen through the Pax Gate, Dixmuide

The Izjer Tower seen through the Pax Gate, Dixmuide
Listed as an International Peace Centre, the Tower is a symbol of Flemish Nationalism which came to a head during the First World War. The Towers history goes back to the 18th Century

Background imageListed Collection: Scene on Holne Bridge across the River Dart, Dartmoor, Devon

Scene on Holne Bridge across the River Dart, Dartmoor, Devon
Scene with a delivery van on the narrow Holne Bridge across the River Dart, Dartmoor, Devon. The bridge dates back to medieval times and is Grade II* listed. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageListed Collection: Model of John Blenkinsops rack-rail engine

Model of John Blenkinsops rack-rail engine. Being a steam locomotive propelled by a toothed wheel engaging in a rack on one of the rails

Background imageListed Collection: Rocket locomotive model - owned by George Robert Stephenson

Rocket locomotive model - owned by George Robert Stephenson
Rocket locomotive model. Owned by George Robert Stephenson, made 1829. Listed in RE Bleasdales Locomotive Engines catalogue, entry 1268. Taken for Stephenson Centenary. Date: 1881

Background imageListed Collection: The Clock Tower, Machynlleth, Powys, Wales

The Clock Tower, Machynlleth, Powys, Wales
The Clock Tower, a Grade II Listed Building in Machynlleth, Powys, Wales - fine example of a High Victorian Gothic 3-stage square tower with spire. Date: 1953

Background imageListed Collection: London Underground station booking hall

London Underground station booking hall, with automatic ticket machines at different prices. Date: circa 1930

Background imageListed Collection: Wardley Hall (The Skull House), near Manchester

Wardley Hall (The Skull House), near Manchester (completed c.1500) - an early medieval manor house and a Grade I listed building in the Wardley area of Worsley, Salford, in Greater Manchester

Background imageListed Collection: View of St Nicholas Church, Barfreston, Kent

View of St Nicholas Church, Barfreston, Kent
View from the south-east of St Nicholas Church, Barfreston (Barfrestone), near Eythorne, Kent, a Norman church dating back to the 12th century. Date: circa 1845

Background imageListed Collection: Advert, Booseys Musical Cabinet, Drawing Room Pieces

Advert, Booseys Musical Cabinet, Drawing Room Pieces
Advert, Booseys Musical Cabinet, Drawing Room Pianoforte Pieces, listing works by composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Meyerbeer and Verdi. Date: late 19th century

Background imageListed Collection: Advert, Boosey & Co, Song Books and Operas

Advert, Boosey & Co, Song Books and Operas
Advert, Boosey & Co, The Royal Song Books, The Royal Edition of Operas, Ballad Operas, and Booseys Cabinet Operas for Pianoforte Solo. Date: late 19th century

Background imageListed Collection: Advert, Booseys Cabinet Classics, Pianoforte Solo

Advert, Booseys Cabinet Classics, Pianoforte Solo, listing works by composers including Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, Brahms and Bach. Date: late 19th century

Background imageListed Collection: Canadian Regiment la Chaudiere Memorial d Anguerny

Canadian Regiment la Chaudiere Memorial d Anguerny
Although the names are clearly marked neither Laudry nor Dallaire are listed in the Commonwealth War Graves Database. Both Louis & Arthur Roy come from Kedgwick New Brunswick so are probably related

Background imageListed Collection: Commemorative card, picnic to celebrate a wedding

Commemorative card, picnic to celebrate a wedding
Commemorative card for a picnic to celebrate the wedding of John Watkins and Maggie Laing, 3 August 1883, Grahamstone Farm, Loch Leven, Scotland, listing the names of all who attended. Date: 1883



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