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Wrought Gallery

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Choose from 127 pictures in our Wrought collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Landore Viaduct construction, near Swansea, South Wales Featured Print

Landore Viaduct construction, near Swansea, South Wales

View of construction work on the Landore Viaduct, over the Swansea valley and the River Tawe, on the Great Western Railway, Glamorgan, South Wales. The original timber viaduct was designed by Brunel, and completed in 1852. The new structure, completed in 1889, used wrought iron for the central span

© Mary Evans / Roger Worsley Archive

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Elephant goad Featured Print

Elephant goad

Elephant goad, 1802 (c); wrought iron open work staff with pointed ends; constructed from six bars, each divided by six discs which are pierced and hold a brass bell; decorated with painted gold and silver designs; reputedly made in India during the nineteenth century. Date: circa 1802

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Elegant Koraibashi Bridge, Osaka, Japan Featured Print

Elegant Koraibashi Bridge, Osaka, Japan

Elegant Koraibashi Bridge, Osaka, Japan. In 1870, the original wooden bridge was replaced by an iron bridge built by Alt & Co.1, a firm from Nagasaki established around 1861 by the British merchant William J. Alt (1840-1905). It was the first iron bridge in Osaka (and only the second one in Japan) and was lovingly called Kuroganebashi. Entirely of wrought iron, from the pillars to the handrail, the populace were extremely proud of their modern bridge. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection