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Industrial architecture refers to the design and construction of buildings that are primarily used for industrial purposes

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Industrial Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station Collection
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Background imageIndustrial Collection: England, London, Battersea Power Station

England, London, Battersea Power Station
United Kingdom - England - Industrial Archeology. The Battersea Power Station in London

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Butlers Wharf c. 1910 BB87_09668

Butlers Wharf c. 1910 BB87_09668
BUTLERs WHARF, Shad Thames, London. View of the gantries c. 1910. Unknown photographer

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Shad Thames DD004547

Shad Thames DD004547
A view looking west along Shad Thames showing The Cardamom Building in the left foreground and the arch carrying Tower Bridge Road across Shad Thames just visible in the distance

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern, 1857, printed 1863-64

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Crossness Pumping Station DP183400

Crossness Pumping Station DP183400
Crossness Sewage Treatment Works, Crossness Pumping Station, Bazalgette Way, Erith Marshes, Bexley, Greater London. Interior view of the pumping station

Background imageIndustrial Collection: A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730
This is a striking colourful picture map of Birmingham in 1730, originally imagined & drawn from city records by Bernard Sleigh and lettered by I.A. Ellis, 1923

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Armstrongs hydro-electric machine

Armstrongs hydro-electric machine
Sir William Armstrongs hydro-electric machine invented in the mid 19th century. It was the most powerful means of developing frictional electricity at the time

Background imageIndustrial Collection: New Hydraulic Lift at the Victoria Docks, 1858. Creator: Walmsley

New Hydraulic Lift at the Victoria Docks, 1858. Creator: Walmsley
New Hydraulic Lift at the Victoria Docks, [London], 1858. The new graving-docks in connection with the Victoria Docks, the construction of which was commenced about two years back

Background imageIndustrial Collection: East Coast Joys, No 1 LNER poster, 1931

East Coast Joys, No 1 LNER poster, 1931
Poster produced for London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East Coast. This poster, which promotes walking tours

Background imageIndustrial Collection: A map of the Colne Valley Cloth District

A map of the Colne Valley Cloth District
Pictorial map of the Colne Valley Cloth District in Yorkshire, drawn by the poster artist and designer Leslie MacDonald Gill the year before his death, in 1946

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Bolsover Miners

Bolsover Miners
Miners from the Bolsover branch of the National Union of Mineworkers, Derbyshire, collect money for the strike fund Date: May 1984

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Drawings and Cross section of the Iron Bridge constructed in 1779 at Coalbrookdale

Drawings and Cross section of the Iron Bridge constructed in 1779 at Coalbrookdale
CHT289161 Drawings and Cross section of the Iron Bridge constructed in 1779 at Coalbrookdale, Shropshire, England, 1784 (pen, ink & w/c on paper) by French School

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Ibrox Aerial

Ibrox Aerial

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Staff from Schonhuts butchery factory, Rawmarsh, South Yorkshire, 1955. Artist

Staff from Schonhuts butchery factory, Rawmarsh, South Yorkshire, 1955. Artist
Staff from Schonhuts butchery factory, Rawmarsh, South Yorkshire, 1955. In this photograph, Mr George Schonhut can be seen on the far left of the group

Background imageIndustrial Collection: East Coast Joys No 2 - Sun-bathing, LNER poster, 1931

East Coast Joys No 2 - Sun-bathing, LNER poster, 1931
Poster produced by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East coast of England. This poster, entitled Sun Bathing

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Battersea Power Station a077607

Battersea Power Station a077607
BATTERSEA POWER STATION, London. View of the station in Battersea, as seen at dusk from across the River Thames in Westminster

Background imageIndustrial Collection: East Coast Joys No 3 LNER poster, 1932

East Coast Joys No 3 LNER poster, 1932
Poster produced by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East coast of England. This poster, entitled Safe Sands

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Oil Rig

Oil Rig

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Battersea Power Station a98_05903

Battersea Power Station a98_05903
BATTERSEA POWER STATION, London. View from the north bank of the River Thames at night. It was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1937 and was the largest brick building in europe

Background imageIndustrial Collection: FerryBridge AA98 / 05454

FerryBridge AA98 / 05454
FERRYBRIDGE, Brotherton, North Yorkshire. Cooling towers at Ferrybridge Power Station form the background to this view of the Church of St Edward at Brotherton, North Yorkshire

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Map of Australia

Map of Australia, showing her natural and industrial resources. 20th century

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Ruins of Wheal Coates Tin Mine engine house, near St Agnes, Cornwall, England

Ruins of Wheal Coates Tin Mine engine house, near St Agnes, Cornwall, England

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Pylon line Norfolk UK

Pylon line Norfolk UK
PM-10183 Pylon line Norfolk UK Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Didcot Power Station 27604_016

Didcot Power Station 27604_016
Didcot A Power Station, Oxfordshire. Photographed from the air in February 2013, prior to decommission & closure on 22nd March 2013

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_002

Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_002
Cammell Laird & Co shipyard, Birkenhead. Interior view showing a bay in the engine shop. One of a series of photographs of Cammell Laird works. Bedford Lemere. June 1913

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Consett Steel Works a98_06557

Consett Steel Works a98_06557
CONSETT STEEL WORKS, Durham. General view of the Consett Steel Works showing trackways and overhead piping. The works supplied the materials for everything from Blackpool Tower to Britains nuclear

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Clink Wharf Ltd. a98_05351

Clink Wharf Ltd. a98_05351
CLINK WHARF LIMITED, Clink Street, St Mary Overys Dock, Southwark, London. The River Thames in London was lined with wharves into the 1950s

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Gorbals area of Glasgow; Two young boys walking along a street in 1948

Gorbals area of Glasgow; Two young boys walking along a street in 1948
31st January 1948: Two boys walking along a street in the run-down Gorbals area of Glasgow. The Gorbals tenements were built quickly and cheaply in the 1840s

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Dunbar Wharf, Limehouse, London a002456

Dunbar Wharf, Limehouse, London a002456
DUNBAR WHARF, Narrow Street, Limehouse, London. This Thames-side wharf was built in the early 19th century for Duncan Dunbar & Sons

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Display of JCB Extradig diggers in a field

Display of JCB Extradig diggers in a field
Display of bright yellow JCB Extradig Sitemaster diggers in a field, with a Turbo 4x4 underneath. Date: circa 1980s

Background imageIndustrial Collection: East Coast Joys, No 6, LNER poster, 1931

East Coast Joys, No 6, LNER poster, 1931
Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East Coast of England. This poster, entitled Sea Sports

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Barrow-in-Furness shipyard 1920 EPW004064

Barrow-in-Furness shipyard 1920 EPW004064
BARROW-IN-FURNESS, Cumbria. Aerial view of the shipyard in July 1920 with four ships in various stages of completion. The shipyard was first established in 1852; by 1920 it was operated by Vickers

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Bakelite telephone

Bakelite telephone. Dial telephone with bakelite casing. Bakelite, the first plastic to be used for widespread commercial purposes

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Singer sewing machine ad, 1890s

Singer sewing machine ad, 1890s
Advertisement for the Singer Automatic sewing machine, 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

Background imageIndustrial Collection: The Hoover Building J950085

The Hoover Building J950085
THE HOOVER BUILDING, Western Avenue, Perivale, London. Exterior view at night

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Singer Sewing Machines - factory in Clydebank

Singer Sewing Machines - factory in Clydebank, Scotland. 1932

Background imageIndustrial Collection: East Coast Joys - No 5, LNER poster, 1931

East Coast Joys - No 5, LNER poster, 1931
Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East Coast of England. This poster, entitled Sea Fishing

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Miners working at the coalface, South Wales

Miners working at the coalface, South Wales
Two miners, stripped to the waist, working at the coalface in a coal seam in South Wales

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Tate & Lyle Refinery

Tate & Lyle Refinery
A coastal barge sailing by the famous Tate and Lyle sugar refinery works, Plaistow Wharf, off Silvertown, North Woolwich, east London

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Austin Motor Plant EPW047811

Austin Motor Plant EPW047811
AUSTIN MOTOR PLANT, Longbridge, Birmingham. Aerial view of the car production plant in June 1935. Much of the manufacture at this time would have been the Austin 7. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Liverpool Docks

Liverpool Docks
The Princes Half-tide Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, showing a steam ship pulling an industrial barge

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Botallack Mine K021793

Botallack Mine K021793
BOTALLACK MINE, Cornwall. View of the mine buildings on cliff overlooking the sea

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Coal miners in shaft lift, South Wales

Coal miners in shaft lift, South Wales
Several coal miners with blackened faces stand in the shaft lift at the end of their shift in a coal mine in South Wales

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Scunthorpe Iron Works

Scunthorpe Iron Works
Iron-smelting works at Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Engine House, GWR Works, Swindon BB94_04685

Engine House, GWR Works, Swindon BB94_04685
THE ENGINE HOUSE, Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, Wiltshire. 1846 interior view. Lithograph by John Cooke Bourne (1814-1896)

Background imageIndustrial Collection: Industrial Revolution in the 1800s

Industrial Revolution in the 1800s - scanned 1878 engraving

Background imageIndustrial Collection: 3052524a

3052524a
Stockport Station, 3052524a



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Industrial Collection

Industrial architecture refers to the design and construction of buildings that are primarily used for industrial purposes. These structures are typically large, functional, and utilitarian in nature, with a focus on efficiency and practicality over aesthetics. Industrial architects must consider factors such as safety regulations, environmental impact, and the specific needs of their clients when designing these buildings. Common features architecture include high ceilings, large open spaces for machinery or storage, and durable materials such as steel or concrete. While often overlooked in terms of architectural beauty, these structures play a crucial role in supporting industries such as manufacturing, logistics, and transportation.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Industrial collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning selection of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and grandeur of industrial architecture. Our collection features a diverse range of images, including photographs of factories, power plants, bridges, and other structures that are both functional and aesthetically impressive. Each piece in our collection has been carefully selected for its quality and visual impact. Whether you're looking to add some character to your home or office space or simply appreciate the unique design elements found in industrial architecture, our collection is sure to inspire. From black-and-white photographs that capture the stark beauty of abandoned factories to colorful images that highlight the intricate details of modern skyscrapers, there's something for everyone in this impressive collection. With high-quality printing techniques used on each piece, you can be assured that your chosen artwork will look stunning for years to come.
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What are Industrial (Architecture) art prints?

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We take pride in delivering your Industrial art prints to you in the safest and most secure way possible. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your prints are protected during transit. Your artwork will be carefully rolled up and placed into a sturdy tube for delivery. We work with trusted courier partners who provide reliable shipping services to ensure that your order arrives at your doorstep on time and in perfect condition. You can track the progress of your shipment online using the tracking number provided once it has been dispatched. Our team is committed to providing excellent customer service, so if you have any questions or concerns about the delivery of your Industrial art prints, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to help.