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Bazalgette Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Bazalgette collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sublimated Sewage Station: The Engine House at Abbey Mills, c1935. Creator: Unknown
Sublimated Sewage Station: The Engine House at Abbey Mills, c1935. Creator: Unknown
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Victoria Embankment, showing Somerset House, London, 1887
Victoria Embankment, showing Somerset House, London, 1887
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Victoria Embankment, showing Temple Gardens and St Pauls Cathedral, London, 1887
Victoria Embankment, showing Temple Gardens and St Pauls Cathedral, London, 1887
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One of the sphinxes, Victoria Embankment, London, 1924-1926
One of the sphinxes, Victoria Embankment, London, 1924-1926
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Sir Joseph Bazalgette, CB, British civil engineer, 1877.Artist: Lock & Whitfield
Sir Joseph Bazalgette, CB, British civil engineer, 1877.Artist: Lock & Whitfield
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Woolwich Free Ferry, London, 20th Century
Woolwich Free Ferry, London, 20th Century
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Thames Embankment, London, 20th Century
Thames Embankment, London, 20th Century
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Joseph Bazalgette (1819-1891), English civil engineer, 1883. Artist: Edward Linley Sambourne
Joseph Bazalgette (1819-1891), English civil engineer, 1883. Artist: Edward Linley Sambourne
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Victoria Embankment, showing Somerset House, London, 1887 Featured Image

Victoria Embankment, showing Somerset House, London, 1887

Victoria Embankment, showing Somerset House, London, 1887. The Victoria Embankment is part of the Thames Embankment, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette in the 1860s to accommodate a modern sewer system as well as providing a thoroughfare along the river and relieving traffic congestion on Fleet Street and the Strand. First built for Lord Protector Somerset in 1547-1550, Somerset House was the first Renaissance palace in England. It was given to Anne of Denmark in 1603 and was known as Denmark House until 1645. It was substantially rebuilt to designs by Sir William Chambers in the late 18th century, at which time the Thames flowed up to the palace's frontage. Somerset House was the home of many royal societies in the 18th and 19th centuries. From 1836-1973 it housed the offices of the General Register of Births, Deaths and Marriages

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