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HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, 1845
HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, 1845
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Tate & Lyle Refinery
Tate & Lyle Refinery
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Westminster Bridge and St Thomas Hospital, London
Westminster Bridge and St Thomas Hospital, London
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LCC-LFB fireboat Massey Shaw, Westminster, London
LCC-LFB fireboat Massey Shaw, Westminster, London
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Kingston-Upon-Thames
Kingston-Upon-Thames
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The Thames Tunnel between Wapping and Rotherhithe
The Thames Tunnel between Wapping and Rotherhithe
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Hammersmith Bridge
Hammersmith Bridge
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THAMES BARGE SARA
THAMES BARGE SARA
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Festival of Britain
Festival of Britain
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Thames/Wapping Old Stair
Thames/Wapping Old Stair
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LCC-LFB Massey Shaw fireboat at Blackfriars
LCC-LFB Massey Shaw fireboat at Blackfriars
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The Prospect of Whitby
The Prospect of Whitby
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HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, 1845 Featured Print

HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, 1845

Engraving showing HMS Erebus (left) and HMS Terror, pictured on the River Thames, 1845. In 1845 the British Admiralty sent two polar exploration ships, HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, to look for the Northwest passage round the northern coast of Canada. The expedition, commanded by Sir John Franklin, disappeared from view late in 1845 and none of the men were ever seen again. In fact the ships made it to the King William Island region, then got stuck in the ice. With supplies running out the surviving crew abandoned ship and headed south. However, none made it to safety and it is assumed all died from disease, exposure or starvation. From 1848 onwards a number of relief expeditions were sent to find Franklin, but it was only in 1859 that Francis Leopold McClintock was able to confirm Franklin's fate

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Frost Fair on the Thames by Pauline Baynes
Frost Fair on the Thames by Pauline Baynes
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Silent Highwayman
Silent Highwayman
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Pool of London/Shipping
Pool of London/Shipping
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Threshing Wheat
Threshing Wheat
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London arms and seals
London arms and seals
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Poster, River Thames at Westminster, London
Poster, River Thames at Westminster, London
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London in fog
London in fog
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Thames Mudlarks
Thames Mudlarks
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Mapledurham Lock, Berkshire
Mapledurham Lock, Berkshire
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Eel Pie Island from Twickenham
Eel Pie Island from Twickenham
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The great international university boat race On the river Th
The great international university boat race On the river Th
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Doggetts Coat and Badge Race, River Thames, London
Doggetts Coat and Badge Race, River Thames, London
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Doggetts Coat and Badge Race, River Thames, London Featured Print

Doggetts Coat and Badge Race, River Thames, London

Watermen on duty at the end of Doggett's Coat and Badge Race on the River Thames. They are wearing the livery of the Fishmongers Company. This is believed to be the oldest rowing race in the world, the competitors being a maximum of six apprentice watermen. It has been held every year since 1715, running between London Bridge and Cadogan Pier, Chelsea, passing under a total of eleven bridges en route. The winner's prize is a traditional waterman's red coat with a silver badge, plus a lapel badge. There are also various money prizes given by the Fishmongers Company. Thomas Doggett was an actor and comedian who relied on watermen for transport -- he instigated the race in 1715, and left instructions in his will for it to continue after his death in 1721

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Gravesend/Milton C1840?
Gravesend/Milton C1840?
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Female Blondin/Tightrope
Female Blondin/Tightrope
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A Flood at Staines
A Flood at Staines
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The Boat Race
The Boat Race
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London and the Thames (15th c.). Gothic art
London and the Thames (15th c.). Gothic art
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Shrove Tuesday Football Match, Kingston-Upon-Thames, 1846
Shrove Tuesday Football Match, Kingston-Upon-Thames, 1846
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Thames/Wallingford C1910
Thames/Wallingford C1910
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Whitehall/Hollar 1647
Whitehall/Hollar 1647
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Westminster Bridge and Parliament on a Christmas card
Westminster Bridge and Parliament on a Christmas card
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Tower Bridge jams in summer heat
Tower Bridge jams in summer heat
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Henley Regatta
Henley Regatta
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A tug boat passes under Southwark Bridge, London
A tug boat passes under Southwark Bridge, London
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Henley Regatta Featured Print

Henley Regatta

A stylised illustration of a view at Henley Regatta, started in 1839 by a local solicitor and one of the highlights of the summer social calendar being the most famous rowing event of the year (with the exception of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race). The course of the famous regatta begins 300 yards below Temple Island, and ends at Poplar Point, immediately opposite Phyllis Court (a fashionable riverside club). The course of 1 mile 450 yards was watched with enthusiasm by great crowds which line the river banks and enjoy picnics in fine weather. Date: 1927

© Mary Evans Picture Library

London Bridge over the River Thames, London
London Bridge over the River Thames, London
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RSS Discovery moored on Thames Embankment, London
RSS Discovery moored on Thames Embankment, London
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Training Ship Exmouth
Training Ship Exmouth
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Royal visit to Henley Regatta by State Barge
Royal visit to Henley Regatta by State Barge
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Hammersmith Bridge, London
Hammersmith Bridge, London
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PUTNEY, London
PUTNEY, London
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Royal Festival Hall 1951
Royal Festival Hall 1951
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Zeppelin L15 on Thames
Zeppelin L15 on Thames
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Thames/Richmond 1948
Thames/Richmond 1948
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Brunels Thames Tunnel
Brunels Thames Tunnel
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Magna Carta/Rogers
Magna Carta/Rogers
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England/London/Putney &
England/London/Putney &
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