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Essex Gallery

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Choose from 173 pictures in our Essex 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.


Elsenham Station, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Elsenham Station, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Elsenham Station, 1845. Railway station at Elsenham in Essex, one of the stops on the newly opened line from London to Cambridge and Ely. The line was highly to the credit...of the engineer, Mr. Robert Stephenson, and of the contractors, that the work has been executed in so admirable a manner; during the whole transit of the train, no jolting, no undulating motion was perceptible; the engine and the carriages ran as smoothly as balls on a billiard-table, and not an oscillation was felt. Leaving Bishop Stortford station, the train passed on by Standstead station...by Elsenham and Newport stations; all built in the Elizabethan, or Tudor, style of architecture, neat and commodious; the houses of the last-named village presenting their white sides and fronts to the spectator, and standing out well from the green landscape by which they are surrounded'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Birth Place of the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon, Kelvedon, Essex, mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Birth Place of the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon, Kelvedon, Essex, mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Birth Place of the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon, Kelvedon, Essex, mid-late 19th century. The Wheatsheaf Inn in the village of Kelvedon, birthplace of British Baptist preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892), who preached his first sermon at the age of sixteen. Spurgeon quickly became known for his oratory skills, and people from all walks of life would flock to hear him preach. In 1861 the Metropolitan Tabernacle in Newington opened. This had been specifically built for him, as the halls he preached in could not hold the numbers of people that came to listen. He was minister there until his death. Spurgeon also instigated the establishment of many institutions, such as a pastors college founded at Camberwell in 1856, which transferred to the Metropolitan Tabernacle in 1861; and an orphanage founded in 1867 at Stockwell

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The Siege of Colchester by the Parliament Forces..., 1648, (1944). Creator: W Keymer Featured Print

The Siege of Colchester by the Parliament Forces..., 1648, (1944). Creator: W Keymer

The Siege of Colchester by the Parliament Forces Under the Command of General Fairfax, 1648, (1944). Map of the town of Colchester in Essex which was attacked by Parliamentary commander Lord-General Thomas Fairfax. The Royalists resisted for eleven weeks but eventually surrendered. From "Battlefields in Britain, by C. V. Wedgwood. [Collins, London, 1944]

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