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Images Dated 16th June 2021

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Football Stadium - Aston Villa Villa Park Study 2 Featured 16 Jun 2021 Image

Football Stadium - Aston Villa Villa Park Study 2

Football Stadium - Villa Park Study 2. Villa Park is a football stadium in Aston, Birmingham, England, with a seating capacity of 42,749.[4] It has been the home of Premier League side Aston Villa since 1897. The ground is less than a mile from both Witton and Aston railway stations and has hosted sixteen England internationals at senior level, the first in 1899 and the most recent in 2005. Villa Park has hosted 55 FA Cup semi-finals, more than any other stadium

© Sports Stadia Art Ltd

Royal Institute Museum AA41_00129 Featured 16 Jun 2021 Image

Royal Institute Museum AA41_00129

Royal Institute Museum, Albion Street, City of Kingston upon Hull. An exterior view of the Royal Institute Museum, built in 1852 by Cuthbert Brodrick and destroyed by the Hull blitz, photographed in 1941.
The museum was built by Cuthbert Brodrick (b.1821-d.1905) c 1852, with it opening in 1854. The Hull Literary and Philosophical Society was established in 1822 and resided at the museum. In c1941 the department store Thornton-Varley Ltd relocated to the Royal Institue as it's former home had been damaged in the blitz. However, the institute was later bombed, in 1943. The front facade had a large Corinthian portico of five bays, and two projecting bays on either side, with fluted columns surrounding the ground floor windows, and capped with a pediment. Above was a balustraded parapet and a central rectangular plinth with a statue, most likely of Britannia, with a spear in her right hand, and two figures reclining under her feet

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Master Mariners Almshouses AA41_00139 Featured 16 Jun 2021 Image

Master Mariners Almshouses AA41_00139

MASTER MARINERS ALMSHOUSE, CARR LANE, CITY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. An exterior view of the Master Mariner's Almshouses, damaged in an air raid in 1941, seen from the east with the former Cecil Theatre in the background. The almshouses consisted of two blocks; the first was the Master Mariner's Almshouse, built in 1834, and the second was the Mariners Almshouse, built in 1837. Both blocks were built for the Corporation of the Trinity House and housed retired and ill seamen and their families. The almshouses were damaged in 1941 by bombs, and were demolished post-war. The Theatre in the background was originally built in 1911, on the corner of Anlaby Road and the Ferensway, rebuilt in 1925 and renamed the Cecil Theatre. It also suffered bomb damage in May 1941, but the ruins were not cleared away until 1953

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