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Background imageGreenwich Collection: Landing at Greenwich, c1780. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

Landing at Greenwich, c1780. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
Landing at Greenwich, c1780. Watercolour held at The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From The Studio Volume 124. [The Studio Ltd, London & New York, 1942]

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The New Learning, c1910, (c1900-1920). Artist: Frank Cadogan Cowper

The New Learning, c1910, (c1900-1920). Artist: Frank Cadogan Cowper
The New Learning, c1910, (c1900-1920). Erasmus (right) and Thomas More visit the children of Henry VII at Greenwich in 1499. The boy in the centre is the future King Henry VIII

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The Great Hall, Eltham Palace, Kent, 1804. Artist: J Storer

The Great Hall, Eltham Palace, Kent, 1804. Artist: J Storer
The Great Hall, Eltham Palace, Kent, 1804. Eltham Palace (now in Greater London), was founded as a medieval royal palace, but fell into disrepair until the ruins were converted into a private house

Background imageGreenwich Collection: A View of the Thames: Greenwich in the distance, 1820 Artist: Patrick Nasmyth

A View of the Thames: Greenwich in the distance, 1820 Artist: Patrick Nasmyth
A View of the Thames: Greenwich in the distance, 1820. Painting held at The Tate, London. From A Catalogue of the Pictures and Drawings in the collection of Frederick John Nettleford Volume III

Background imageGreenwich Collection: View of Woolwich with the River Thames in the distance, c1830. Artist: J Hinchcliff

View of Woolwich with the River Thames in the distance, c1830. Artist: J Hinchcliff
View of Woolwich with the River Thames in the distance, c1830

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Encampment on Blackheath, Greenwich, London, 1780. Artist: Paul Sandby

Encampment on Blackheath, Greenwich, London, 1780. Artist: Paul Sandby
View of an army encampment on Blackheath, Greenwich, London, 1780. Showing a windmill on the right and soldiers playing cards with a farmer in front

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Church of St Nicholas, Plumstead, Kent, c1800(?). Artist: AY

Church of St Nicholas, Plumstead, Kent, c1800(?). Artist: AY
Church of St Nicholas, Plumstead, Kent, c1800(?). View of the church with figures by a graveside

Background imageGreenwich Collection: View of London from Greenwich, 1825. Creator: JMW Turner

View of London from Greenwich, 1825. Creator: JMW Turner
View of London from Greenwich, 1825

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The First Fleet of the East India Company Leaving Woolwich, 1601, (1890. ) Creator: Unknown

The First Fleet of the East India Company Leaving Woolwich, 1601, (1890. ) Creator: Unknown
The First Fleet of the East India Company Leaving Woolwich, 1601, (1890). The East India Company formed to trade in the Indian Ocean region

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Greenwich Prime Meridian, London, England, UK, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies

Greenwich Prime Meridian, London, England, UK, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies
Greenwich Prime Meridian, London, England, UK, 2/3/10. Sculpture indicating the Prime Meridian, astronomical latitude zero, source of Greenwich Meantime, Greenwich Observatory, Greenwich, London

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Spys Taken at Greenwich, 1798

Spys Taken at Greenwich, 1798. Mother Windsor with four of her courtesans orders her girls to arrest Shute Barrington, the Bishop of Durham and the Duke of Queensberry

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Portions of a Field Armor, Greenwich, 1588 / 1590. Creator: Jacob Halder

Portions of a Field Armor, Greenwich, 1588 / 1590. Creator: Jacob Halder
Portions of a Field Armor, Greenwich, 1588/1590

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Burgonet with Falling Buffe possibly from an Armor of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke

Burgonet with Falling Buffe possibly from an Armor of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, Greenwich, c. 1555

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Pikeman Armor for an Officer, Greenwich, 1625 / 30. Creator: Unknown

Pikeman Armor for an Officer, Greenwich, 1625 / 30. Creator: Unknown
Pikeman Armor for an Officer, Greenwich, 1625/30

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Pikemans armour, British, probably Greenwich or London, ca. 1620-30

Pikemans armour, British, probably Greenwich or London, ca. 1620-30. The quality of this armor and its decoration suggest that it was worn by an officer

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Helmet for a Harquebusier, British, London or Greenwich, ca. 1630-40

Helmet for a Harquebusier, British, London or Greenwich, ca. 1630-40

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Armour Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned 1509-47), British

Armour Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned 1509-47), British, Greenwich, dated 1527

Background imageGreenwich Collection: London from Greenwich (Liber Studiorum, part V, plate 26), January 1, 1811

London from Greenwich (Liber Studiorum, part V, plate 26), January 1, 1811

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Shinnie, by the Club of True Highlanders, on Blackheath, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Shinnie, by the Club of True Highlanders, on Blackheath, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Shinnie, by the Club of True Highlanders, on Blackheath, 1845. Players of an...ancient Scottish game at Blackheath in south London

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The Fete Champetre at Charlton House - the North American Indians encamped in the park

The Fete Champetre at Charlton House - the North American Indians encamped in the park - sketched by G. Harrison, 1845. Garden party at Charlton House at Greenwich in south-east London

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The Fete Champetre at Charlton House, sketched by G. Harrison, 1845. Creator: Unknown

The Fete Champetre at Charlton House, sketched by G. Harrison, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Fete Champetre at Charlton House, sketched by G. Harrison, 1845. Garden party at Charlton House at Greenwich in south-east London

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Opening of 'Horn Fair'at Charlton, in 1745, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Opening of "Horn Fair"at Charlton, in 1745, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Opening of " Horn Fair" at Charlton, in 1745, 1845. Annual fair in south London; a scene inspired by...a drawing of that period, in the possession of Sir Thomas Maryon Wilson

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Embarkation of Her Majesty, 1842. Creator: Unknown

Embarkation of Her Majesty, 1842. Creator: Unknown
Embarkation of Her Majesty, 1842. Queen Victoria descending steps to the Admiralty barge before boarding the Royal George, River Thames, London. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Woolwich Dock Landing Place, Her Majestys Arrival, week ending Saturday, September 3

Woolwich Dock Landing Place, Her Majestys Arrival, week ending Saturday, September 3, 1842. Queen Victoria at Woolwich on the River Thames in London

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Jack Cades cavern, Blackheath, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Jack Cades cavern, Blackheath, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Jack Cades cavern, Blackheath, 1844. Men using a flaming torch to explore the caves below the caves under Blackheath, south-east London. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Departure of the funeral procession, on Tuesday, December 1844. Creator: Unknown

Departure of the funeral procession, on Tuesday, December 1844. Creator: Unknown
Departure of the funeral procession, on Tuesday, December 1844. Mourners outside Rangers House in south London where the body of Princess Sophia of Gloucester

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Embarkation of Her Majesty, at Woolwich, 1844. Creator: Ebenezer Landells

Embarkation of Her Majesty, at Woolwich, 1844. Creator: Ebenezer Landells
Embarkation of Her Majesty, at Woolwich, 1844. Her Majesty [Queen Victoria], Prince Albert, and the Princess Royal, embanked at Woolwich Dockyard on Monday morning

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Barrows in Greenwich Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Barrows in Greenwich Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Barrows in Greenwich Park, 1844. Ancient earthworks in London: There the Britons, in the fifth century, opened a vast burial field

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Parade of Cadets in the Stone Court, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Parade of Cadets in the Stone Court, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Parade of Cadets in the Stone Court, 1844. Soldiers at the Royal Military Academy in Wooolwich, south-east London, outside the Gothic Dining Hall, with its elegant colonnade

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Cadets, in the New Appointments, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Cadets, in the New Appointments, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Cadets, in the New Appointments, 1844. Soldiers at the Royal Military Academy in Wooolwich, south-east London: Gentleman Cadets

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Launch of the 'Boscawen'at Woolwich, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Launch of the "Boscawen"at Woolwich, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Launch of the " Boscawen" at Woolwich, 1844. Crowds cheer as the warship HMS Boscawen is launched on the River Thames in London:ranges of seats

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The Examination in the Dining-Hall, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Examination in the Dining-Hall, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Examination in the Dining-Hall, 1844. Soldiers sitting exams at the Royal Military Academy in Wooolwich, south-east London: Tuesday, the 18th of June

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Sub Tegmine... 1859. 1859. Creator: Francis Seymour Haden

Sub Tegmine... 1859. 1859. Creator: Francis Seymour Haden
Sub Tegmine... 1859

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Charlton House with Seated Figures in Foreground, 1850s. Creator: Unknown

Charlton House with Seated Figures in Foreground, 1850s. Creator: Unknown
Charlton House with Seated Figures in Foreground, 1850s

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Trumpeter Gritten and Trumpeter Lang at Woolwich, 1856. Creator: Cundall & Howlett

Trumpeter Gritten and Trumpeter Lang at Woolwich, 1856. Creator: Cundall & Howlett
Trumpeter Gritten and Trumpeter Lang at Woolwich, 1856

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Coiling the Cable in the Large Tanks at the Works of the Telegraph Construction

Coiling the Cable in the Large Tanks at the Works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company of Greenwich, 1865, 1865

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The Cable Passed From the Works into the Hulk (the Old Frigate Iris) Lying in the Thames

The Cable Passed From the Works into the Hulk (the Old Frigate Iris) Lying in the Thames at Greenwich, 1865-66

Background imageGreenwich Collection: The Reels of Gutta-percha Covered Conducting Wire Conveyed into Tanks at the Works

The Reels of Gutta-percha Covered Conducting Wire Conveyed into Tanks at the Works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company, at Greenwich, 1865-66

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Greenwich Hospital (recto); Study of a Building (verso), ca. 1831

Greenwich Hospital (recto); Study of a Building (verso), ca. 1831

Background imageGreenwich Collection: One Tree Hill, Greenwich Park, 1802. 1802. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

One Tree Hill, Greenwich Park, 1802. 1802. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
One Tree Hill, Greenwich Park, 1802

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Plate 19, from World in Miniature, 1816. 1816. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Plate 19, from World in Miniature, 1816. 1816. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Plate 19, from " World in Miniature", 1816

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Golfers at Blackheath, 1790, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Golfers at Blackheath, 1790, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Golfers at Blackheath, 1790, (1947). A gentleman golfer and his caddy at Blackheath, now a part of south-east London. The golfer wears buckled shoes, silk stockings, breeches

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Glimpses of Greenwich, Stamford, and Norwalk, 1874. Creator: John J. Harley

Glimpses of Greenwich, Stamford, and Norwalk, 1874. Creator: John J. Harley
Glimpses of Greenwich, Stamford, and Norwalk, 1874. Norwalk Harbor, Glimpse in Greenwich, Stamford, Connecticut, USA. About twenty miles from our great commercial metropolis lies the first station

Background imageGreenwich Collection: A Greenwich Boat Traveller, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

A Greenwich Boat Traveller, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
A Greenwich Boat Traveller, 1872. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold. [Grant and Co. 72-78, Turnmill Street, E.C. 1872]

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Greenwich - In the Season, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

Greenwich - In the Season, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
Greenwich-In the Season, 1872. Crowded balconies overlook the River Thames at Greenwich. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold. [Grant and Co

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Royal Naval College, Greewich, London, England, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies; Davies, Ethel

Royal Naval College, Greewich, London, England, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies; Davies, Ethel
Royal Naval College, Greewich, 2/3/10. Site of the Old Royal Naval College, a UNESCO Heritage site dating from the 17th and 18th century

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Queens House, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. London, SE10, England. Creator

Queens House, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. London, SE10, England. Creator
Queens House, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. View of the distant hillside Royal Observatory from the arcade that connects the National Maritime Museum and the Queens House, Greenwich, London

Background imageGreenwich Collection: Greenwich Park, London, England, UK, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies

Greenwich Park, London, England, UK, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies
Greenwich, London, England, UK, 2/3/10. Pavilion Tea House, Greenwich Park, Greenwich, London, SE10, England, UK



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