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Putney is a town in London, England and is located on the south bank of the River Thames and is part of the London Borough of Wandsworth

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Background imagePutney Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a fire, Wildcroft Manor

Firefighters at the scene of a fire, Wildcroft Manor
Firefighters at the scene of a fire at Wildcroft Manor, Putney Heath, SW London

Background imagePutney Collection: Putney New Bridge CC63_00030

Putney New Bridge CC63_00030
PUTNEY NEW BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. The new five span bridge of 1882-6 designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette to replace the 26 span wooden bridge of 1727-9, busy with people and carriages

Background imagePutney Collection: The late Sir Lancelot Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor of England, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The late Sir Lancelot Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor of England, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The late Sir Lancelot Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor of England, 1850. Sir Lancelot Shadwell died...at his residence, Barn Elms, Putney. The death of so good and so able a man will be severely felt

Background imagePutney Collection: Putney Heath, London, 1926-1927. Artist: McLeish

Putney Heath, London, 1926-1927. Artist: McLeish
Putney Heath, London, 1926-1927. Illustration from Wonderful London, volume I, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, published by Amalgamated Press (London, 1926-1927)

Background imagePutney Collection: Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090

Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090
PUTNEY OLD BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. Exterior view of the old timber bridge looking across river from Putney. This bridge, rebuilt in stone in 1884-6 was once a notorious place for duels

Background imagePutney 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 Collection: PUTNEY, London

PUTNEY, London
The Star & Garter, a riverside pub at Putney

Background imagePutney Collection: England / London / Putney

England / London / Putney
Putney Bridge and the Thames, as seen from Mr Vanneck s

Background imagePutney Collection: The Green Man Pub - Putney Heath

The Green Man Pub - Putney Heath - operated by Youngs Brewery (Young & Co.s Pale Ales) - unchanged to this day. Date: 1905

Background imagePutney Collection: The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1957. Pictured at the start of the race

The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1957. Pictured at the start of the race at Putney Bridge. The race was held from the starting point at Putney Bridge on The River Thames in London

Background imagePutney Collection: London / Old Putney Bridge

London / Old Putney Bridge
Old Putney Bridge. Date: circa 1900

Background imagePutney Collection: London and the Thames, 18th century

London and the Thames, 18th century. This view looks westwards through London, over sailing ships on the River Thames. Prominent landmarks include St Pauls Cathedral (centre)

Background imagePutney Collection: April 1908 Suffragettes launch boat at Putney Bridge London with notices announcing

April 1908 Suffragettes launch boat at Putney Bridge London with notices announcing upcoming Votes For Women Meeting in Hyde Park London on Sunday June 21st - on Boat Race Day - Suffragette Mrs

Background imagePutney Collection: Thames Regatta, Putney Bridge 1846

Thames Regatta, Putney Bridge 1846
A number of spectators lining the banks of the River Thames for the Regatta. Date: 1846

Background imagePutney Collection: The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956. The race was held from the starting

The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956. The race was held from the starting point at Putney Bridge on The River Thames in London

Background imagePutney Collection: Blind soldiers regatta at Putney, WW1

Blind soldiers regatta at Putney, WW1
Blinded soldiers from St. Dunstans home for blinded sailor and soldiers in Regents Park, rowing in the boat they rowed to victory over the students of Westminster College

Background imagePutney Collection: Sculling match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper...Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn, 1865

Sculling match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper...Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Sculling match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper, in the Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn, [Norfolk], 1865. Engraving from a sketch by Robert Elwes

Background imagePutney Collection: Map of Barnes, Battersea, Putney and Wandsworth, 1746 (coloured engraving)

Map of Barnes, Battersea, Putney and Wandsworth, 1746 (coloured engraving)
7340513 Map of Barnes, Battersea, Putney and Wandsworth, 1746 (coloured engraving) by Rocque, John (c.1704-d.1762); 51x67 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imagePutney Collection: New Almshouses at Watford erected by the Salters Company of London, 1864. Creator: Unknown

New Almshouses at Watford erected by the Salters Company of London, 1864. Creator: Unknown
New Almshouses at Watford erected by the Salters Company of London, 1864. Engraving from a photograph by Mr. F. Downer. The original premises were burnt down in the Great Fire of 1666

Background imagePutney Collection: 1921 Automotive 1921

1921 Automotive 1921
MARCH 30: Crowds around the University Boat Race, from Putney to Mortlake, London, with children watching from a coach during the Automotive 1921 on March 30, 1921. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePutney Collection: 1921 Automotive 1921

1921 Automotive 1921
MARCH 30: Traffic and crowds around the University Boat Race, from Putney to Mortlake, London during the Automotive 1921 on March 30, 1921. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePutney Collection: 1921 Automotive 1921

1921 Automotive 1921
MARCH 30: Traffic around the University Boat Race, from Putney to Mortlake, London, including a coach, horse drawn carts and a tram during the Automotive 1921 on March 30, 1921. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePutney Collection: Harry Kelly's Putney, 1867. Creator: Francis Seymour Haden

Harry Kelly's Putney, 1867. Creator: Francis Seymour Haden
Harry Kelly's Putney, 1867

Background imagePutney Collection: Youngs Brewery of Wandsworth still deliver some of their traditional draught beers by

Youngs Brewery of Wandsworth still deliver some of their traditional draught beers by horse and dray. In the pictures we have horses Wandle Royal

Background imagePutney Collection: Old Street Map of Chelsea, Putney and River Thames 1908

Old Street Map of Chelsea, Putney and River Thames 1908
Detailed colour Street Plan of London from 1908 covering the area around Chelsea, Putney and the River Thames. The image has been remastered from Bartholomews Handy Atlas of London and Suburbs 1908

Background imagePutney Collection: Putney Bridge 1950

Putney Bridge 1950
Aerial view of Putney Bridge over the Thames 1950

Background imagePutney Collection: 1921 Automotive 1921

1921 Automotive 1921
MARCH 30: Traffic and crowds around the University Boat Race, from Putney to Mortlake, London during the Automotive 1921 on March 30, 1921. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePutney Collection: 1921 Automotive 1921

1921 Automotive 1921
MARCH 30: Traffic around the University Boat Race, from Putney to Mortlake, London during the Automotive 1921 on March 30, 1921. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePutney Collection: The Five Principal Institutions founded by the late Dr. Andrew Reed, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Five Principal Institutions founded by the late Dr. Andrew Reed, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Asylum for Fatherless Children at Reedham, the Infant Orphan Asylum at Wanstead, the Idiot Asylum at Earlswood, the London Orphan Asylum at Clapton

Background imagePutney Collection: The Ackroydon Estate skyscraper village adjoining Wimbledon Common

The Ackroydon Estate skyscraper village adjoining Wimbledon Common on the Putney side. 28th April 1955

Background imagePutney Collection: Penelope Keith, star of BBC TV Series The Good Life

Penelope Keith, star of BBC TV Series The Good Life, as character Margo Leadbetter, pictured in the vegetable garden of her home in Putney, South London, 16th July 1976

Background imagePutney Collection: Eight people died in a gas explosion in London yesterday morning

Eight people died in a gas explosion in London yesterday morning. A further seven people were injured in the blast, which destroyed a block of flats three storeys high, in Putney

Background imagePutney Collection: Beatrice Henley, c1862, (1948). Creator: Lewis Carroll

Beatrice Henley, c1862, (1948). Creator: Lewis Carroll
Beatrice Henley, c1862, (1948). Portrait of a young girl holding a straw hat, the daughter of the vicar of Putney. From " The Saturday Book", Eighth Year, edited by Leonard Russell

Background imagePutney Collection: Bowling-Green House, (c1878). Creator: Unknown

Bowling-Green House, (c1878). Creator: Unknown
Bowling-Green House, (c1878). The house at Putney Heath occupied by the heaven-born minister, William Pitt, and in which he died, was called at that time Bowling-Green House

Background imagePutney Collection: Toll House on Putney Bridge, London

Toll House on Putney Bridge, London
Old Toll House at the Northern end of Putney Bridge, London. Built by local master carpenter Thomas Phillips to a design by architect Sir Jacob Acworth

Background imagePutney Collection: The Cedars OFH01_01_01_f09_02

The Cedars OFH01_01_01_f09_02
The Cedars, Ranelagh Road, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The western terrace of The Cedars, seen from the south west

Background imagePutney Collection: Albert Row OFH01_01_01_f08_09

Albert Row OFH01_01_01_f08_09
Albert Row, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The seventeenth century cottages of Albert Row, with Albert Place in the background. These buildings stood approximately where Weimer Street now stands

Background imagePutney Collection: Eight Bells OFH01_01_01_f08_08

Eight Bells OFH01_01_01_f08_08
Eight Bells Public House, Lower Richmond Street, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The old Eight Bells public house on Lower Richmond Road (then Windsor Street) seen from Putney embankment

Background imagePutney Collection: Lower Richmond Road OFH01_01_01_f08_05

Lower Richmond Road OFH01_01_01_f08_05
Lower Richmond Road, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The view looking east along Lower Richmond Road (then Windsor Street) towards St Mary's Church with Dyos's Platt alleyway in the foreground

Background imagePutney Collection: Red Lion OFH01_01_01_f08_04

Red Lion OFH01_01_01_f08_04
Lower Richmond Road, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The view from outside St Mary's Church looking towards Lower Richmond Road (then Windsor Street)

Background imagePutney Collection: Eight Bells OFH01_01_01_f08_03

Eight Bells OFH01_01_01_f08_03
Lower Richmond Road, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The view looking south east along Lower Richmond Road (formerly Windsor Street)

Background imagePutney Collection: Putney High Street OFH01_01_01_f07_13

Putney High Street OFH01_01_01_f07_13
PUTNEY HIGH STREET, PUTNEY, WANDSWORTH, GREATER LONDON. The view looking north along Putney High Street from the junctions of Norroy Road (right) and Disraeli Road (right)

Background imagePutney Collection: Railway Hotel OFH01_01_01_f07_11

Railway Hotel OFH01_01_01_f07_11
Railway Hotel, Upper Richmond Road, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The crossroads of Putney High Street (foreground)

Background imagePutney Collection: Butchers shop OFH01_01_01_f07_02

Butchers shop OFH01_01_01_f07_02
Putney High Street, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. The exterior of Pook's butcher's shop at 15 Putney High Street. This image appears in William Field's Photographs of Putney

Background imagePutney Collection: Butchers shop OFH01_01_01_f07_01

Butchers shop OFH01_01_01_f07_01
Putney High Street, Putney, Wandsworth, Greater London. A crowd posed outside the premises of Stephen Lydiatt, butcher and dairyman, on Putney High Street

Background imagePutney Collection: Fairfax House OFH01_01_01_f06_17

Fairfax House OFH01_01_01_f06_17
FAIRFAX HOUSE, HIGH STREET, PUTNEY, WANDSWORTH, GREATER LONDON. The side and rear of Fairfax House seen from the yard

Background imagePutney Collection: Fairfax House OFH01_01_01_f06_10

Fairfax House OFH01_01_01_f06_10
FAIRFAX HOUSE, HIGH STREET, PUTNEY, WANDSWORTH, GREATER LONDON. Fairfax House, seen looking south east from Putney High Street with the stables immediately beyond the house

Background imagePutney Collection: Old Bull and Star OFH01_01_01_f06_06

Old Bull and Star OFH01_01_01_f06_06
PUTNEY HIGH STREET, PUTNEY, WANDSWORTH, GREATER LONDON. The view looking north along Putney High Street with the Old Bull and Star public house and shops close to Pepper Alley



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Putney Collection

Putney is a town in London, England and is located on the south bank of the River Thames and is part of the London Borough of Wandsworth. A long history as it was first recorded in 959 AD and was home to many famous people throughout its history including Sir Francis Drake and Henry VIII. The area has many attractions such as Putney Bridge which crosses the river Thames, Putney Heath which offers stunning views across London and Richmond Park which is one of the largest Royal Parks in London. There are also numerous shops, restaurants and pubs to explore in this vibrant town. Putney offers something for everyone making it an ideal place to visit or live.
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The Putney collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the beautiful town of Putney in London. Our collection showcases stunning images capturing the essence of this charming town located on the banks of River Thames. With its picturesque landscapes and historic landmarks such as St Mary's Church and Putney Bridge, our collection is perfect for anyone who loves London or wants to add a touch of elegance to their home decor. Whether you are looking for a unique gift or want to decorate your own space with high-quality artwork that celebrates the beauty of Putney, Media Storehouse has something for everyone. From classic black and white photographs to vibrant color prints, each piece in our collection is carefully curated to showcase the best that Putney has to offer. So why not explore this wonderful selection today?
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