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Background imageStorey Collection: Australia, Queensland, Brisbane

Australia, Queensland, Brisbane. A Citycat ferry cruises beneath Brisbanes Story Bridge towards the city centre. AUSTRALIA, Queensland

Background imageStorey Collection: Birmingham Bull Ring

Birmingham Bull Ring
The old Bull Ring Centre, a notorious symbol of post World War Two modernism, now demolished. Completed in 1964; Britains first multi-storey fully enclosed shopping centre

Background imageStorey Collection: LCC-LFB Recruit fireman training at Brigade HQ, SE1

LCC-LFB Recruit fireman training at Brigade HQ, SE1
During the 1950s recruit firefighters were trained at the Brigade Headquarters, Lambeth. Here a fireman is undertaking a hook ladder drill on the stations nine-storey drill tower

Background imageStorey Collection: LCC-LFB Recruit firefighters training at Brigade HQ SE1

LCC-LFB Recruit firefighters training at Brigade HQ SE1
During the 1950s recruit firefighters were trained at the Brigade Headquarters in Lambeth. Here they are undertaking hook ladder drills on the stations nine-storey drill tower

Background imageStorey Collection: Union Workhouse, Brighton, Sussex

Union Workhouse, Brighton, Sussex
Brighton Union workhouse on Race Hill, at Elm Grove in Brighton, Sussex, which opened in 1867. From 1915 to 1920 it was the Kitchener Indian Hospital and later became Brighton General Hospital

Background imageStorey Collection: Rome / Colosseum 1827

Rome / Colosseum 1827
The four-storey structure had a moveable canopy, a safety net to protect the audience, a network of underground tunnels, and floors that could flood for mock sea battles!

Background imageStorey Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20107635

EyeUbiquitous_20107635
Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City, Bitexco Financial Tower modern office block

Background imageStorey Collection: Paternoster lift, usage and drive wheels, wood engravings, published 1888

Paternoster lift, usage and drive wheels, wood engravings, published 1888
Schematic representation of use, and the drive wheels of a paternoster lift. Created by Peter Hart (British engineer). Wood engravings, published in 1888

Background imageStorey Collection: Stables of Sidcup House

Stables of Sidcup House - Black and white lantern slide, depicting empty two-storey building.. Part of Box 399 of the Boswell Collection. Date: circa 1900

Background imageStorey Collection: Ida Hospital, Cookridge, Leeds

Ida Hospital, Cookridge, Leeds
The Ida Hospital for convalescent patients at Cookridge, near Leeds, opened in 1888 following a bequest by John North. The single-storey ward wings had verandahs on which beds could be placed in

Background imageStorey Collection: Fireboat tackling fire at Colonial Wharf, East London

Fireboat tackling fire at Colonial Wharf, East London
A fireboat tackles a fire at Colonial Wharf, Wapping High Street, East London, 27 September 1935. This was a typical big Thamesside fire of the sort which the London Fire Brigade has tackled for over

Background imageStorey Collection: Queen Elizabeths Hunting Lodge, Epping Forest, Essex, England

Queen Elizabeths Hunting Lodge, Epping Forest, Essex, England. This splendid timber- framed three-storey building was used by royalty when on hunting trips in the forest. Date: 16th century

Background imageStorey Collection: London Heathrow Car Park

London Heathrow Car Park
The multi-storey car park and new Terminal 1 buildings, London Heathrow Airport. Date: opened 1968

Background imageStorey Collection: Union Workhouse, Hertford

Union Workhouse, Hertford
A view of Hertford Union workhouse, Hertfordshire, opened in around 1869 on Ware Road, Hertford. The imposing three-storey building has a clock tower at its centre

Background imageStorey Collection: King St. C17Th

King St. C17Th
Timber-fronted buildings with protruding storey, common in London before the Great Fire. Tradition also allows this house to have been the residence of Oliver Cromwell

Background imageStorey Collection: Hozomon, the inner gate, and the five storey pagoda with cherry blossom at the Senso-Ji

Hozomon, the inner gate, and the five storey pagoda with cherry blossom at the Senso-Ji Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is the oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo, dedicated to Kannon

Background imageStorey Collection: Cherry Blossom or Sakura season, Tokyo, Japan

Cherry Blossom or Sakura season, Tokyo, Japan
A cherry blossom tree beside the five storey pagoda at the Sensoji Temple at Asakusa in Tokyo, Japan. Viewing the cherry blossom, or Sakura

Background imageStorey Collection: The Harem - Topkapi Palace, Seraglio Point, Istanbul, Turkey

The Harem - Topkapi Palace, Seraglio Point, Istanbul, Turkey. Date: circa 1819

Background imageStorey Collection: Two connected buildings at Gyantse - the Kumbum, a multi-storied set of Buddhist chapels (L)

Two connected buildings at Gyantse - the Kumbum, a multi-storied set of Buddhist chapels (L), and the Palcho Monastery (R)

Background imageStorey Collection: Baillie Scott Holiday House

Baillie Scott Holiday House
An architectural illustration of a single storey holiday house nestled in the countryside, known as the house with the purple shutters. Date: circa 1906

Background imageStorey Collection: Residential Flats Architectural Competition Winner

Residential Flats Architectural Competition Winner
A winning architectural design for a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd. This perspective shows a five storey reinforced concrete residential flat

Background imageStorey Collection: Modernist House, Sydenham Hill

Modernist House, Sydenham Hill
A pair of photographs showing different angles of a modernist house at Sydenham Hill, designed in 1935 by architects Valentine Harding and Tecton

Background imageStorey Collection: Modernist Bungalow, Whipsnade, Interior

Modernist Bungalow, Whipsnade, Interior
A photograph of a hallway to a one storey modernist house in Whipsnade, Bedfordshire, designed in 1936 by architects Berthold Romanovich Lubetkin and Tecton. Built in pre-cast reinforced concrete

Background imageStorey Collection: Modernist Bungalow, Whipsnade

Modernist Bungalow, Whipsnade
A pair of photographs showing a general view and a bird eye view of a one storey modernist house in Whipsnade, Bedfordshire, designed in 1936 by architects Berthold Romanovich Lubetkin and Tecton

Background imageStorey Collection: The King's House, Burhill, Surrey

The King's House, Burhill, Surrey, architect Charles Beresford Marshall, built for King George V Date: 1936

Background imageStorey Collection: Old House, Lyme Regis

Old House, Lyme Regis
An etching of an old, derelict three storey house in Lyme Regis, a town in west Dorset, England. Date: circa 1915

Background imageStorey Collection: Christchurch Hall, Oxford

Christchurch Hall, Oxford
Etching of Christchurch Hall, Oxford. Date: circa 1929

Background imageStorey Collection: Fruit Stall Traders

Fruit Stall Traders
An Aquatint showing some fruit stall merchants at a market, plying their trade. Date: circa 1929

Background imageStorey Collection: Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford

Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford
An Etching of Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford, displaying Romanesque and English Gothic styles of architecture. Date: circa 1929

Background imageStorey Collection: Field Workers

Field Workers
An aquatint showing three workers, two women and one man on an expansive crop field. Date: circa 1929

Background imageStorey Collection: The Pittsfield Building, Chicago, Illinois, USA

The Pittsfield Building, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageStorey Collection: A fine townhouse on Angell Road, Brixton

A fine townhouse on Angell Road, Brixton - Angell Town was an estate of houses for the wealthy laid out in the 1850's and 1860's with Wiltshire Road its main axis. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageStorey Collection: A street scene, 61st Street between 1st and 3rd Avenues, New York, 1938. Creator: Walker Evans

A street scene, 61st Street between 1st and 3rd Avenues, New York, 1938. Creator: Walker Evans
New York, New York. 61st Street between 1st and 3rd Avenues. A street scene

Background imageStorey Collection: House fronts, 61st Street between 1st and 3rd Avenues, New York, 1938. Creator: Walker Evans

House fronts, 61st Street between 1st and 3rd Avenues, New York, 1938. Creator: Walker Evans
New York, New York. 61st Street between 1st and 3rd Avenues. House fronts

Background imageStorey Collection: Plantation Ormond above New Orleans, Louisiana, 1935 or 1936. Creator: Walker Evans

Plantation Ormond above New Orleans, Louisiana, 1935 or 1936. Creator: Walker Evans
Plantation Ormond above New Orleans, Louisiana

Background imageStorey Collection: Sean Storey

Sean Storey England Embassy World Snooker Crucible, Sheffield, England 20 April 2003 Date: 20 April 2003

Background imageStorey Collection: Lord Dorcet

Lord Dorcet Ridden By B.Storey 23 March 1999 Date: 23 March 1999

Background imageStorey Collection: Strong Mission

Strong Mission Ridden By Brian Storey 30 October 1998 Date: 30 October 1998

Background imageStorey Collection: Wilfred Storey

Wilfred Storey Race Horse Trainer 05 January 2000 Date: 05 January 2000

Background imageStorey Collection: Brian Storey

Brian Storey Jockey 01 December 1994 Date: 01 December 1994

Background imageStorey Collection: Reginald Morphew, Architect (colour litho)

Reginald Morphew, Architect (colour litho)
3652267 Reginald Morphew, Architect (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Reginald Morphew, Architect)

Background imageStorey Collection: Palace, Loreto (engraving)

Palace, Loreto (engraving)
3635551 Palace, Loreto (engraving) by Brewer, Henry William (fl.1858-d.1903); Private Collection; (add.info.: Palace, Loreto)

Background imageStorey Collection: Gallery of the first storey, Angkor Vat (engraving)

Gallery of the first storey, Angkor Vat (engraving)
5200272 Gallery of the first storey, Angkor Vat (engraving) by de Beerski, Pierre Jeannerat (fl.1920-30); Private Collection; (add.info.: Gallery of the first storey, Angkor Vat)

Background imageStorey Collection: Fred Storey, actor, in three different theatrical roles

Fred Storey, actor, in three different theatrical roles Date: 1890s

Background imageStorey Collection: Fred Storey and Harry Grattan in The Vigilance Committee

Fred Storey and Harry Grattan in The Vigilance Committee Date: 1890s

Background imageStorey Collection: The Niagara, Niagara Falls, NY State, USA. Listed on the National Register of Historic

The Niagara, Niagara Falls, NY State, USA. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. The hotel was built by Niagara Falls businessman Frank A

Background imageStorey Collection: city wall and pagoda, Canton, Gunagzhou, China

city wall and pagoda, Canton, Gunagzhou, China
c.1900 vintage photograph: city wall and five storey pagoda, Canton, Gunagzhou, China

Background imageStorey Collection: Front cover of The Tatler featuring a portrait of Countess Poulett

Front cover of The Tatler featuring a portrait of Countess Poulett, formerly the actress Sylvia Storey, who married Lord Poulett in 1908



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"Exploring the Fascinating Storeys of Australia: From Queensland to Brisbane" Embark on a captivating journey through the storeys of Australia, as we delve into intriguing locations such as Queensland and Brisbane. Witness the bravery and dedication of LCC-LFB Recruit firemen in their rigorous training at Brigade HQ SE1, leaving no stone unturned in their quest to protect lives and property. Marvel at the bustling Birmingham Bull Ring, where vibrant energy meets architectural splendor, creating an unforgettable shopping experience for all. Travel back in time to Union Workhouse in Brighton, Sussex, uncovering stories of resilience amidst adversity that shaped this historic institution. Transport yourself to ancient Rome with a glimpse of Colosseum's grandeur captured in 1827; let your imagination run wild as you envision gladiatorial battles echoing within its walls. Experience the relentless efforts of fireboats tackling blazes at Colonial Wharf, East London – a testament to human courage against raging infernos. Admire the intricate mechanics behind Paternoster lifts' usage and drive wheels showcased through wood engravings published in 1888; marvel at how innovation has transformed our vertical transportation systems over time. Discover Ida Hospital nestled amidst Cookridge's serene landscapes near Leeds - witness compassionate care provided by dedicated healthcare professionals who nurture hope and healing within these storeys. Uncover tales from Union Workhouse Hertford - a historical landmark that sheds light on societal challenges faced by those less fortunate throughout history. Immerse yourself in King St. C17th's rich heritage - walk along its storied paths lined with centuries-old buildings whispering secrets from times long gone. Storeys hold more than just physical spaces; they encapsulate narratives that shape our understanding of cultures, traditions, and human triumphs. Join us as we unravel these enthralling stories woven into every corner of our world.