Holloway, Dealer in Marine Stores at the corner of Trenchard and Colston Streets, taken from Colston Street in the north-east. These buildings were demolished in Trenchard Street, City Of Bristol Date 1866 Photographer: John Hill Morgan
CC76/00446 A view looking north-east along a busy George Street, Plymouth, towards Derry's Clock Tower, with a carriage and a crowded omnibus outside the portico of the Theatre Royal on the south side. The clock tower and bank building to the east are the only two structures in the area to survive the Blitz. The area has since been redeveloped and the road renamed as Old George Street. Date: 05 Jul 1893 Photographer: London Midland and Scottish Railway
Two men stacking peat to dry in a field in Shapwick, Somerset. The peat is stacked in such a way so that air can circulate around the blocks and dry them, after which it can then be stored away for later use.
Interior view of cast iron columns with open scrolled brackets supporting the gallery around the swimming pool at Bristol North Baths, Gloucester Road, City Of Bristol. Date: 05 Oct 2006 Photographer: James O Davies
Interior of a room in the Friends' Meeting House on Chestnut Hill, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire Date 1957 Photographer: Herbert Leo Felton
AA083400 Salisbury, Wiltshire. Photographer: John Gay. Please visit http://archive.historicengland.org.uk/SingleResult/Default.aspx?id=1645906&t=Quick&cr=AA083400&io=False&l=all for more information or to search our collections. Click the image to visit our image sales site.
IC025/001. Reconstruction painting showing the interior of the courtyard of Houses 6 at Chysauster Ancient Village, shown as it may have appeared during its occupation in the Iron Age. Please click for more information or to search our collections.
JLP01/01/041/11 View showing the construction of the Wall's ice cream factory production block taken from the north west. Wall's Ice Cream Factory, Gloucester, Gloucestershire. This image was catalogued in 2013 as part of a pilot project funded by the John Laing Charitable Trust. 23 Feb 1960.
A woman leaning against the low stone wall on the west side of the moat around the Bishop's Palace, holding a posy of flowers in her hand Place: Wells, Somerset Date : 29 Jun 1898 Photographer: London Midland and Scottish Railway
CC72/01978 A general view from the south of St Sampson's Church, Cricklade. The impressive tower was built in the sixteenth century at the expense of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, beheaded by Mary I in 1553 for his involvement in the Lady Jane Grey plot. Date 1883 Photographer: Henry W Taunt
AA78/06722 General view looking over the floating harbour to St Thomas's Church and warehouses on Redcliff Street, taken from Welsh Back in the west. St Thomas The Martyr's Church, City Of Bristol. There is a ship named 'Durdham' prominent in the foreground. The photographer’s notes state: ‘St Thomas's Church, behind warehouses in Redcliff Street, seen across the Floating Harbour from Welsh Back, at a point opposite the E. end of King Street.' Date 20 Oct 1930 Photographer: P E W Street