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Shepperton Collection

Shepperton, a picturesque town located in Middlesex, holds a rich history and captivating beauty that has stood the test of time

Background imageShepperton Collection: Shepperton Flood 1929

Shepperton Flood 1929
Three men wading through the River Thames, towing a boat loaded with a crate containing a large sow, part of the animal farm belonging to Mrs. Brown of Shepperton, England

Background imageShepperton Collection: Boats on River, Shepperton, MiddleseX

Boats on River, Shepperton, MiddleseX
Boats on River, Shepperton, near Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex, England. Date: 1907

Background imageShepperton Collection: George Eliot / Chilvers Ch

George Eliot / Chilvers Ch
GEORGE ELIOT Chilvers Coton Church, where she was baptised on 29 November 1819: it became a model for Shepperton Church in Scenes of Clerical Life

Background imageShepperton Collection: Shepperton Lock, River Thames

Shepperton Lock, River Thames

Background imageShepperton Collection: Shepperton Lock, River Thames, Victorian period

Shepperton Lock, River Thames, Victorian period

Background imageShepperton Collection: River Thames at Shepperton Lock, Surrey

River Thames at Shepperton Lock, Surrey - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J. Salmon, and reproduced as a local view postcard

Background imageShepperton Collection: Walton Bridges

Walton Bridges
This oil painting depicts the double span Walton bridges that ran across the Thames between the locks at Sunbury and Shepperton in Surrey. Date: circa 1806

Background imageShepperton Collection: Shepperton Church, as it was (engraving)

Shepperton Church, as it was (engraving)
725490 Shepperton Church, as it was (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustration of Shepperton Church, as it was)

Background imageShepperton Collection: Trouting on the Thames (engraving)

Trouting on the Thames (engraving)
6016460 Trouting on the Thames (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Trouting on the Thames)

Background imageShepperton Collection: The Mustangs at Littleton Park Farm, near Shepperton, lassoing a Colt (engraving)

The Mustangs at Littleton Park Farm, near Shepperton, lassoing a Colt (engraving)
1036431 The Mustangs at Littleton Park Farm, near Shepperton, lassoing a Colt (engraving) by Small, William (1843-1931) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Mustangs at Littleton Park Farm)

Background imageShepperton Collection: Chilvers Coton Church (photo)

Chilvers Coton Church (photo)
727561 Chilvers Coton Church (photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chilvers Coton Church)

Background imageShepperton Collection: Amateur punting championship held on the River Thames at Shepperton, Surrey, 1900 (b / w photo)

Amateur punting championship held on the River Thames at Shepperton, Surrey, 1900 (b / w photo)
6015100 Amateur punting championship held on the River Thames at Shepperton, Surrey, 1900 (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageShepperton Collection: Shepperton (engraving)

Shepperton (engraving)
818754 Shepperton (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: People fishing in Shepperton, Spelthorne, Surrey, England.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection

Background imageShepperton Collection: The Swan and Red Lion Hotels, Haliford (colour photo)

The Swan and Red Lion Hotels, Haliford (colour photo)
3096682 The Swan and Red Lion Hotels, Haliford (colour photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Swan and Red Lion Hotels, Haliford)

Background imageShepperton Collection: Filming of the comedy film called 'The Odd Job'begins at Shepperton Studios

Filming of the comedy film called "The Odd Job"begins at Shepperton Studios
Filming of the comedy film called " The Odd Job" begins at Shepperton Studios. Pictured, David Jason, one of the stars of the film. 3rd February 1978

Background imageShepperton Collection: Albert Finney on the set of 'The Victors'at Shepperton Studios

Albert Finney on the set of "The Victors"at Shepperton Studios
Albert Finney on the set of " The Victors" at Shepperton Studios. Albert Finney is donating his salary to the actors orphanage

Background imageShepperton Collection: Albert Finney and Senta Berger on the set of 'The Victors'

Albert Finney and Senta Berger on the set of "The Victors"
Albert Finney and Senta Berger on the set of " The Victors" at Shepperton Studios. Albert Finney is donating his salary to the actors orphanage

Background imageShepperton Collection: The filming of S. O. S. Titanic at Shepperton Studios

The filming of S. O. S. Titanic at Shepperton Studios
The filming of S.O.S. Titanic at Shepperton Studios. Pictured, Ian Holm who plays the part of The Owner J Bruce Ismay. 11th April 1979

Background imageShepperton Collection: Moira Shearer, the famous dancer who is accustomed to wearing very light clothes

Moira Shearer, the famous dancer who is accustomed to wearing very light clothes, had to wear more clothes than shes ever worn in her life

Background imageShepperton Collection: Richard Johnson, Kim Novak, Lilli Palmer, Vittorio De Sica

Richard Johnson, Kim Novak, Lilli Palmer, Vittorio De Sica and Angela Lansbury on the set of The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders filming a scene set in Newgate Prison, at Shepperton Studios

Background imageShepperton Collection: Filming of Oliver! at Shepperton studios. Harry Secombe playing the part of Mr Bumble

Filming of Oliver! at Shepperton studios. Harry Secombe playing the part of Mr Bumble, the workhouse keeper. 3rd August 1967

Background imageShepperton Collection: COUNCILLOR / VOTER 1970S

COUNCILLOR / VOTER 1970S
The councillor-elect Rupert Kinross talks to a constituent in Shepperton Date: 1970s

Background imageShepperton Collection: Spelthorne TW17 9 Map

Spelthorne TW17 9 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Spelthorne TW17 9

Background imageShepperton Collection: Spelthorne TW17 8 Map

Spelthorne TW17 8 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Spelthorne TW17 8

Background imageShepperton Collection: WW1 - What did you do in the Great War, Daddy?

WW1 - What did you do in the Great War, Daddy?
Child: " And is the War really over, Daddy? Father: " Practically, My Boy." Child: " Then may I ask you a question about it which I couldn t ask till it WAS over

Background imageShepperton Collection: Source Size = 3802 x 5044

Source Size = 3802 x 5044
The Mustangs at Littleton Park Farm, Near Shepperton, Lassoing a Colt

Background imageShepperton Collection: View of Shepperton on the River Thames, unknown artist, 18th century, British

View of Shepperton on the River Thames, unknown artist, 18th century, British

Background imageShepperton Collection: Tatler front-cover: Paulette Goddard

Tatler front-cover: Paulette Goddard
Paulette Goddard, the American film actress in the role of Mrs Cheveley, during the filming of Oscar Wildes An Ideal Husband at the London Film Studios at Shepperton



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Shepperton, a picturesque town located in Middlesex, holds a rich history and captivating beauty that has stood the test of time. One notable event etched in its past is the Shepperton Flood of 1929, where the resilience and unity of its community shone through amidst adversity. Boats gracefully glide along the River Thames, offering a serene view of Shepperton's tranquil waters. This idyllic scene captures the essence of this charming town, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in its peaceful ambiance. George Eliot once found solace in Shepperton's embrace, as Chilvers Ch became her sanctuary for inspiration and creativity. The echoes of her literary genius can still be felt within these hallowed grounds. The historic Shepperton Lock on the River Thames stands as a testament to Victorian engineering marvels. Its sturdy structure has withstood the test of time while serving as a gateway between land and water for countless vessels throughout history. Walton Bridges connect neighboring towns with Shepperton, acting as vital arteries that bring people together. These architectural wonders symbolize connectivity and progress within this thriving region. In times gone by, during World War I, brave men from Shepperton answered their nation's call with unwavering courage. "What did you do in the Great War Daddy?" resonates through generations as we remember their sacrifices made for our freedom. The enchanting silhouette Church takes us back to an era long ago when life moved at a slower pace. An engraving preserves its original charm and serves as a reminder that even amidst change; some things remain timeless. Trouting on the Thames was once an exhilarating activity enjoyed by locals who sought adventure along these majestic waters. An engraving immortalizes those moments filled with laughter and excitement shared among friends and family alike. At Littleton Park Farm near Shepperton, witness an awe-inspiring sight captured forever in an engraving.