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Putney Bridge Collection

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. Creator: Unknown

Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. Creator: Unknown
Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. From The Romance of Modern Railways, by T. W. Corbin. [Seeley Service & Co. Limited, London, 1922]

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Oxford and Cambridge Universities Boat-Race: the start from Putney, 1869. Creator: Unknown

Oxford and Cambridge Universities Boat-Race: the start from Putney, 1869. Creator: Unknown
Oxford and Cambridge Universities Boat-Race: the start from Putney, [south London], 1869. Rowing match on the Thames between the two University crews of Oxford and Cambridge

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: The Opening of the new bridge over the Thames at Putney by the Prince and Princess of Wales, 1886

The Opening of the new bridge over the Thames at Putney by the Prince and Princess of Wales, 1886. Creator: Unknown
The Opening of the new bridge over the Thames at Putney by the Prince and Princess of Wales, 1886. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 33. January to June, 1886"

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Old Putney Bridge, 1879. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Old Putney Bridge, 1879. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Old Putney Bridge, 1879

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Little Putney Bridge, 1879. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Little Putney Bridge, 1879. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Little Putney Bridge, 1879

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Thames Regatta, Putney Bridge, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Thames Regatta, Putney Bridge, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Thames Regatta, Putney Bridge, 1844. Racing on the River Thames at Putney in south-west London. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Putney Bridge - The Return, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

Putney Bridge - The Return, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
Putney Bridge-The Return, 1872. Spectators cheer on the Oxford and Cambridge boatrace at Putney Bridge on the River Thames in West London. From, " LONDON

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Widening of Putney Bridge, London, 1931

Widening of Putney Bridge, London, 1931. View of extensive building works with cranes

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Old Putney Bridge, 1879 (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Old Putney Bridge, 1879 (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Old Putney Bridge, 1879 (1904). Etching. Plate taken from Whistler As I Knew Him, by Mortimer Menpes, published by Adam and Charles Black (London, 1904)

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Start of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, London, 1926-1927

Start of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, London, 1926-1927. The traditional university rowing race starts at Putney and finishes at Mortlake. The course is 4 miles and 374 yards (6, 779 m)

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Putney Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Putney Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Putney Bridge, London, 1829. The Old Putney Bridge over the Thames was built in the 1720s. It became a notorious location for duels

Background imagePutney Bridge Collection: Putney Bridge and Church by Moonlight, 1880. Artist: Robert Taylor Pritchett

Putney Bridge and Church by Moonlight, 1880. Artist: Robert Taylor Pritchett
Putney Bridge and Church by Moonlight, 1880. View of the village of Putney, (now a suburb of London) on the River Thames. An illustration from Windsor Castle


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