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Somerset House Terrace from Waterloo Bridge, ca. 1819. Creator: John Constable
Somerset House Terrace from Waterloo Bridge, ca. 1819. Creator: John Constable
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Appalling accident at Blackfriars Bridge, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Appalling accident at Blackfriars Bridge, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Blackfriars Bridge, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Blackfriars Bridge, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown
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Traffic jam on Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Traffic jam on Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1911. Creator: Unknown
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South-Eastward View from Bush House as Far as Blackheath, c1935. Creator: Unknown
South-Eastward View from Bush House as Far as Blackheath, c1935. Creator: Unknown
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Embankment and Blackfriars from the South End of Waterloo Bridge, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
Embankment and Blackfriars from the South End of Waterloo Bridge, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
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A Farewell Look at Wonderful London from the Cross on St. Pauls Dome, c1935. Creator: Unknown
A Farewell Look at Wonderful London from the Cross on St. Pauls Dome, c1935. Creator: Unknown
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The City of London, c1872. Creator: Unknown
The City of London, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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Laying the Foundation-Stone of Blackfriars Bridge, 1760, (1897). Creator: Unknown
Laying the Foundation-Stone of Blackfriars Bridge, 1760, (1897). Creator: Unknown
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New Bridge Street and the Obelisk in 1755, (1897). Creator: Unknown
New Bridge Street and the Obelisk in 1755, (1897). Creator: Unknown
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Westminster from Blackfriars Bridge - Night, 1891. Artist: William Luker
Westminster from Blackfriars Bridge - Night, 1891. Artist: William Luker
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New Bridge Street and the Obelisk in 1755, (1897). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

New Bridge Street and the Obelisk in 1755, (1897). Creator: Unknown

New Bridge Street and the Obelisk in 1755, (1897). View of the obelisk on New Bridge Street at the junction of Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill in London, looking towards Blackfriars Bridge. The Atlas Insurance Office is on the left. For over a century and a half after his death, it was believed ... that [John] Wilkes was commemorated by an obelisk with lights attached to it at the southern end of Farringdon Street ... An inspection of the Corporation Records in 1949, however, proved that this had originally been erected by the Blackfriars Bridge Committee as a street lamp, and had had Wilkes name placed on it only because it was put up in his mayoralty. The obelisk had deterioriated to such an extent by this time, that, when in the following year, an attempt was made to dismantle it, it disintegrated. From Old and New London, Volume I, by Walter Thornbury. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1897]

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Blackfriars Bridge from the Surrey side, London, c1875 (1878)
Blackfriars Bridge from the Surrey side, London, c1875 (1878)
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St Pauls Cathedral, London, late 19th century
St Pauls Cathedral, London, late 19th century
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A man sleeping on Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1926-1927.Artist: Walter Benington
A man sleeping on Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1926-1927.Artist: Walter Benington
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Bankside, around Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1926-1927.Artist: Paterson
Bankside, around Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1926-1927.Artist: Paterson
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The two bridges at Blackfriars, London, 1926-1927
The two bridges at Blackfriars, London, 1926-1927
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A man and a boy feeding the birds by Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1926-1927
A man and a boy feeding the birds by Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1926-1927
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The mouth of the Holebourne, where it finds the Thames as the Fleet Ditch, London, 1926-1927
The mouth of the Holebourne, where it finds the Thames as the Fleet Ditch, London, 1926-1927
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Blackfriars Bridge and St Pauls Cathedral, London
Blackfriars Bridge and St Pauls Cathedral, London
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A Poor Sweep, Sir!, Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1805
A Poor Sweep, Sir!, Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1805
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Fire in London, 1808. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
Fire in London, 1808. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
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Fire in London, 1791. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
Fire in London, 1791. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
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Chartists procession from the mass meeting towards Blackfriars Bridge, London, 10 April 1848
Chartists procession from the mass meeting towards Blackfriars Bridge, London, 10 April 1848
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Fire in London, 1808. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson Featured Image

Fire in London, 1808. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

Fire in London, 1808. Albion Mills, on the south side of Blackfriars Bridge, London, burning, on 3 March 1791, after the mills were set alight by arsonists. Firemen with hand-powered pumps are doing their best to control the flames, and further pumps are being rushed across the bridge from the city. On the far side of the the river Thames, St Paul's Cathedral towers over all other buildings. Built by Boulton and Watt in 1786, Albion Mills was the first steam-powered flour mill in London. The engineer for the mill machinery was John Rennie (1761-1821), and the architect was James Wyatt (1746-1813). From The Microcosm of London published by Rudolph Ackermann. (London 1808-1810)

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Queen Victoria Opening Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1869
Queen Victoria Opening Blackfriars Bridge, London, 1869
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