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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Engraving of Marble Hill House J900203

Engraving of Marble Hill House J900203
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Twickenham, Middlesex. " The Countess of Suffolks House" after Augustin Heckell. Coloured engraving. 1749

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Stella McCartney - Lucky Spot K041095

Stella McCartney - Lucky Spot K041095
BELSAY HALL, CASTLE & GARDENS, Northumberland. Fashion at Belsay, 2004. Stella McCartney art installation - Lucky Spot horse in the Great Hall of the castle

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Goya - Equestrian portrait of the Duke of Wellington N070532

Goya - Equestrian portrait of the Duke of Wellington N070532
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " Equestrian portrait of the Duke of Wellington" 1812 by Francisco GOYA (1746-1828). Wellesley

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518

Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518
LUDGATE CIRCUS, City of London. A busy street view of Ludgate Circus looking towards St Pauls Cathedral with horse-drawn buses in the foreground and a steam train on the bridge

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Copenhagen, the Duke of Wellingtons horse J050173

Copenhagen, the Duke of Wellingtons horse J050173
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Engraving of Copenhagen, the Duke of Wellingtons horse

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Piccadilly Circus c. 1893 CC97_00945

Piccadilly Circus c. 1893 CC97_00945
PICCADILLY CIRCUS, Westminster, London. A view of Piccadilly from the west looking towards Coventry Street and showing the London Pavilion

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Covent Garden BB90_05427

Covent Garden BB90_05427
COVENT GARDEN, Westminster, London. This 19th-century view shows Covent Garden as a bustling fruit and vegetable market. A public house now occupies the gabled building with the balcony in the middle

Background imageRelated Images Collection: East Pool Mine, Illogan, Cornwall. Late 1800s

East Pool Mine, Illogan, Cornwall. Late 1800s
Mining trolley between lodes. A horse/heave of ground between tin and copper lodes. One miner loading trolley and another miner with wheelbarrow. Photographer: John Charles Burrow

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Horse drawn milk float a98_16568

Horse drawn milk float a98_16568
BURY ST EDMUNDS, Suffolk. Some commodities were still delivered using a horse and cart in the post-war years. Coal and milk were two products that used this method of delivery until relatively

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Charles Darwin on horseback K970217

Charles Darwin on horseback K970217
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Photograph of Charles Darwin on horseback

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Smithfield Market BL22966_004

Smithfield Market BL22966_004
SMITHFIELD MARKET, London. Smithfield has been the site of a market since the Middle Ages, originally selling horses, cattle and pigs

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Whitehall Place CC97_00925

Whitehall Place CC97_00925
WHITEHALL PLACE, City of Westminster, London. Horse-drawn hansom cabs are waiting for fares outside the recently built National Liberal Club in the Victorian equivalent of a taxi rank

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Morris Dancing FF003010

Morris Dancing FF003010
Town Street, Thaxted, Essex. A group of morris dancers and a unicorn hobby horse at a Thaxted Morris Ring meeting. Photographed by John Gay in the mid-1960s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Horses pulling cart IC086_019

Horses pulling cart IC086_019
Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper showing heavy horses pulling a haycart or goods wagon, driven by two medieval Cistercian monks

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Leighton Buzzard Market Cross BB86_01958

Leighton Buzzard Market Cross BB86_01958
Market Cross, Market Square, Leighton Buzzard, Leighton-Linslade, Central Bedfordshire. A horse and cart beside the Market Cross, Leighton Buzzard, with a market taking place in the square

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aintree racecourse, Liverpool 20434_011

Aintree racecourse, Liverpool 20434_011
AINTREE RACECOURSE, Liverpool, Merseyside. Opened in 1829 for horse racing on the flat, steeplechasing was officially introduced in 1839, when the first Grand National was run at Aintree

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Rag and bone cart a064811

Rag and bone cart a064811
A horse-drawn rag and bone cart standing on the road outside the Builders Arms public house at 1 Kensington Court Place, Kensington, London, with St. Albans Mansions visible beyond. John Gay

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Westbury White Horse K022100

Westbury White Horse K022100
BRATTON CAMP & WHITE HORSE, Westbury Hill, Wiltshire. View of the Westbury White Horse from the south west. Cut into the hillside in 1778, this replaced an older horse

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Shoreham harbour BB060004

Shoreham harbour BB060004
Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. Two horse-drawn ballast carts in the sea beside the slipway of Stow and Son Yacht Builders, Shoreham Harbour. Photographed by E J Bedford between 1905 and 1925

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Shoreham harbour BB060002

Shoreham harbour BB060002
Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. A partly submerged horse-drawn ballast cart in the sea off Shoreham Harbour, in front of the premises of Stow and Son Yacht Builders

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544
ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, The Strand, London. A perspective view of the Royal Courts of Justice, looking east down The Strand towards St Dunstan in the West

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Birdoswald Roman Fort J050056

Birdoswald Roman Fort J050056
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. Reconstruction drawing by Philip Corke of the timber building on the site of the North granary. hadrian

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Farrier, Woodbastwick, Norfolk a98_13563

Farrier, Woodbastwick, Norfolk a98_13563
Woodbastwick, Norfolk. Interior of blacksmiths shop. A farrier shoeing a horse. A working horse would need re-shoeing about every five weeks

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Farrier, Cambridgeshire a98_10862

Farrier, Cambridgeshire a98_10862
Soham, Cambridgeshire. A blacksmith, or farrier, shoeing a horse with a young boy looking on. Traditional skills and crafts are learned by starting young and through generations of experience

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Kneller & Wyck - Mohammed Ohadu, Moroccan Ambassador J970154

Kneller & Wyck - Mohammed Ohadu, Moroccan Ambassador J970154
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. " Mohammed Ohadu, the Moroccan Ambassador" 1684 by Sir Godfrey KNELLER (1646-1723) and Jan WYCK (c.1640-1702). Equestrian portrait. British School

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Coach outside Bidston Court BL12855_C

Coach outside Bidston Court BL12855_C
BIDSTON COURT, Birkenhead (Architects - Grayson and Ould). A coach and four horses in front of the house. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in July 1894 for Reverend Hudson

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Euston Arch, London CC97_01007

Euston Arch, London CC97_01007
EUSTON ARCH, London. View of the arch at Euston Station with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The arch was built by Philip Hardwick in 1837

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Natural History Museum CC97_01692

Natural History Museum CC97_01692
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, London. A perspective view of the museum from the road with horse-drawn vehicles. The building was designed by Alfred Waterhouse and built in 1881

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Palace of Westminster CC97_01069

Palace of Westminster CC97_01069
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. A complete view of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben taken from Parliament Square with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bratton Camp & White Horse N070972

Bratton Camp & White Horse N070972
BRATTON CAMP AND WHITE HORSE, Westbury, Wiltshire. Aerial view. Below an Iron Age hill fort, enclosing a much earlier long barrow, stands the Westbury White Horse

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Fitzalan Square OP13267

Fitzalan Square OP13267
Fitzalan Square, Sheffield. Horse-drawn taxis and electric trams photographed around 1900. Electric trams first started to run in Sheffield from 1899

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Coaching Inn BL23951

Coaching Inn BL23951
The Old White Horse Inn, Hockliffe, Bedfordshire. The entrance front of the Old White Horse Inn on Watling Street. Photographed by Henry Bedford Lemere for Curtis and Henson house agents, July 1917

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Newbury Jubilee Clock CC97_02767

Newbury Jubilee Clock CC97_02767
NEWBURY, Berkshire. The clock that commemorates the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria (1887) stands at the three-way junction of the London and Bath roads in the town

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Burford Bus CC57_00488

The Burford Bus CC57_00488
BURFORD, Oxfordshire. A horse drawn bus " The Burford Bus" with passengers standing outside the Bull Hotel. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860 - 1922)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cherhill Down, Wiltshire N072067

Cherhill Down, Wiltshire N072067
CHERHILL DOWN, Wiltshire. General aerial view showing the obelisk, hillfort (Oldbury Castle) and white horse

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Horse-drawn trams, Oxford c. 1905 CC73_01178

Horse-drawn trams, Oxford c. 1905 CC73_01178
HIGH STREET, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Two horse-drawn trams passing in the street with advertising panels attached to the roofs

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Billericay Windmill, Essex a78_01556

Billericay Windmill, Essex a78_01556
BILLERICAY WINDMILL, Essex. Today Billericay is on the outskirts of Greater London, but at the turn of the century, when this picture was probably taken, the area was still rural

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04333

Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04333
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Clifton, Bristol. View of the Clifton Suspension Bridge seen from the river bank below. It was designed in the 1830s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Disc harrowing, Lincolnshire a98_09683

Disc harrowing, Lincolnshire a98_09683
Disc harrowing near Honington, Lincolnshire. The mechanisation of agricultural practices made farming more intensive and productive

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Elizabeth I being welcomed to Kenilworth Castle N090094

Elizabeth I being welcomed to Kenilworth Castle N090094
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Warwickshire. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper showing Queen Elizabeth I being welcomed to Kenilworth

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Kenilworth Castle M863028

Kenilworth Castle M863028
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Warwickshire. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper of a knight on horseback at a jousting tournament with the castle in the distance

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cierva W11 Air Horse Cutaway Drawing

Cierva W11 Air Horse Cutaway Drawing

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Horse and canal barge a064520

Horse and canal barge a064520
GRAND UNION CANAL, Paddington, London. A white horse tethered to railings on the tow path by two moored canal barges. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: January 1962 - May 1964

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Horse feeding from nosebag a065985

Horse feeding from nosebag a065985
KINGS CROSS, London. The head of a horse with head down feeding from a nosebag, with one of the gasometers at Kings Cross behind. Date range: 1946-1969, John Gay

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Trafalgar Square BB72_04780

Trafalgar Square BB72_04780
TRAFALGAR SQUARE, Westminster, London. A view looking east across Trafalgar Square with the fountains in the foreground and the equestrian statue of George IV

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Landseer - The Hon. E. S. Russell and His Brother J960119

Landseer - The Hon. E. S. Russell and His Brother J960119
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. " The Hon. Edward Southerell Russell and His Brother" 1834 by Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Crossing the pond CC73_01138

Crossing the pond CC73_01138
EWELME, Oxfordshire. A young man with a horse and cart, laden with a barrel, crossing the village pond. Probably the water carrier. Photographed by Henry Taunt sometime between 1860 and 1922

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Boudicca statue SAM01_01_0074

Boudicca statue SAM01_01_0074
Victoria Embankment, London. Boudicca (Boadicea) and her daughters riding in a chariot. 1850s bronze sculpture by Thomas Thornycroft. List entry Number: 1237737



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