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Brownlow Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Brownlow collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Her Majesty's return - Weedon Station, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Her Majesty's return - Weedon Station, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Curious staircase, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Curious staircase, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Her Majesty's visit to Burghley - the Banquet in the Great Hall, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Her Majesty's visit to Burghley - the Banquet in the Great Hall, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Arch at Wolthorpe, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Arch at Wolthorpe, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, c1832. Creator: Unknown
A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, c1832. Creator: Unknown
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Brownlow North L.L.D., Bishop of Winchester'. Creator: Unknown
Brownlow North L.L.D., Bishop of Winchester'. Creator: Unknown
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Stockwell, 1849-1871, (1911)
Stockwell, 1849-1871, (1911)
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Lieutenant-Colonel Brownlow, C.B., c1880
Lieutenant-Colonel Brownlow, C.B., c1880
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Her Majesty's return - Weedon Station, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Her Majesty's return - Weedon Station, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Her Majesty's return - Weedon Station, 1844. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert return to London by train after their stay at Burghley House. At the town and station of Weedon great numbers of people had collected. The military...lined the road, and there was a guard of honour...under the command of Captain Gordon. The Marquis of Exeter, who had arrived previously, and Sir Henry Dryden, the high sheriff of the county, were at the station to receive her Majesty. At a quarter past two the approach of her Majesty to the station was announced by the elevation of the Royal standard, and in a few minutes more the Royal party entered the station...On the departure of the Queen and Prince Albert, the Prince shook hands with the Marquis of Exeter, and the train started, amidst the cheers of the people, at five minutes to three o'clock'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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