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Choose from 206 pictures in our Damage 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.


St. Rocks, Quebec, after the late fire - sketched by a correspondent, 1845 Featured Print

St. Rocks, Quebec, after the late fire - sketched by a correspondent, 1845

St. Rocks, Quebec, after the late fire - sketched by a correspondent, 1845. Devastation in Canada: The scene of desolation and despair it is beyond human power to describe...the unfortunate refugees yielded themselves up to apathetic despair. From street to street they wended their way, laden with their children and the most precious of their household goods, but still the insatiate cause of their misfortune traced their path with unrelenting fury. In the greater number of instances, the inmates of dwellings barely escaped with their lives, and many of these were severely burnt...Women, children, nay even men, sat weeping by the road-side, bereft of their little property, and beggared by the destruction...Upwards of twelve hundred houses are supposed to have been burnt, and the inmates of these are not only houseless but pennyless too...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Ruins of the Octagon Building, 1844. Creator: Ebenezer Landells Featured Print

Ruins of the Octagon Building, 1844. Creator: Ebenezer Landells

Ruins of the Octagon Building, 1844. Damage after a fire at New Cross railway station in south-east London: ...at the works attached to the station of the South Eastern, Brighton, and Croydon Railways at New-cross, resulting in the destruction of property to an enormous amount...It consists of an assemblage of vast workshops, large lathe and planing machine rooms, furnace rooms, carpenters and painters rooms, carriage and fire engine houses; and a grand octagonal engine house...The upright walls of the upper story, or lantern, which was supported by four stone pillars, while the body of fire was raging beneath, was so charred and splintered by the intensity of the heat...while the wreck of the several locomotives was to be seen along the extensive line of shedding, presenting a most serious loss of this valuable property of the company'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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The Torpedoing of the Channel Steamer Sussex, First World War, March 1916, (c1920) Featured Print

The Torpedoing of the Channel Steamer Sussex, First World War, March 1916, (c1920)

The Torpedoing of the Channel Steamer Sussex, First World War, March 1916, (c1920). ...view of the vessel beached at Boulogne, showing how the bows were blown clean off by the explosion'. On 24 March 1916, the passenger ferry SS Sussex was torpedoed by a German U-boat in the Channel between Folkestone and Dieppe. The ship was severely damaged and many passengers were drowned - some sources say at least 50 were killed, with the figure 80-100 also suggested. From "The Great World War: A History", Volume V, edited by Frank A Mumby. [The Gresham Publishing Company Ltd, London, c1920]

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