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Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection

Step back in time and celebrate the groundbreaking innovations of the Industrial Revolution with our Historic collection of Greetings Cards from Media Storehouse. Each card showcases intricate details and vibrant colors, transporting you to the era of steam power, textile mills, and factory production. Perfect for expressing thoughtfulness and appreciation, these cards are a unique and captivating way to connect with loved ones and mark special occasions.

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2,253 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Coal mining

Coal mining Collection
44 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Cotton mills

Cotton mills Collection
70 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Factory

Factory Collection
396 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Industrial cities

Industrial cities Collection
107 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Inventions and inventors

Inventions and inventors Collection
39 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Machinery

Machinery Collection
354 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Railways

Railways Collection
214 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Steam engine

Steam engine Collection
334 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Textile industry

Textile industry Collection
164 Greetings Cards

Industrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Urbanization

Urbanization Collection
46 Greetings Cards

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card 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 revolution Greetings Card Collection: Blowing glass in a British factory, 1800s

Blowing glass in a British factory, 1800s
Workers in a crown-glass factory, Great Britain, early 1800s. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Albany & Buffalo Railroad schedule, 1843

Albany & Buffalo Railroad schedule, 1843
Albany & Buffalo Railroad timetable, showing fares and routes, 1843. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century printed piece

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: National Union, Gas worker and General Labourers, 1889 (colour litho)

National Union, Gas worker and General Labourers, 1889 (colour litho)
XCF272232 National Union, Gas worker and General Labourers, 1889 (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Coal mine in England, 1850s

Coal mine in England, 1850s
Removing coal in the Bradley mine, Staffordshire, England, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Industrial Revolution in the 1800s

Industrial Revolution in the 1800s - scanned 1878 engraving

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card 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 revolution Greetings Card Collection: Train crossing Stockport viaduct on London & North Western Railway. Note pollution of river banks

Train crossing Stockport viaduct on London & North Western Railway. Note pollution of river banks, smoking chimneys and complete domination of scene by railway viaduct

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: The Iron Foundry, Burmeister & Wain, 1885, by Peder Severin

The Iron Foundry, Burmeister & Wain, 1885, by Peder Severin
Peder Severin Kroyer (1851-1909). Danish painter. The Iron Foundry, Burmeister & Wain, 1885. National Museum of Art. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: A Factoryscape in the Potteries, (1938)

A Factoryscape in the Potteries, (1938). Smoke from chimneys in the industrial area known as the Staffordshire Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: WRIGHT: COTTON MILL. Arkwrights Cotton Mills by Night, in Cromford, Derbyshire, England

WRIGHT: COTTON MILL. Arkwrights Cotton Mills by Night, in Cromford, Derbyshire, England. Oil on canvas by Joseph Wright, c1782-83

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Schematic view of George Stephensons locomotive The Rocket of 1829

Schematic view of George Stephensons locomotive The Rocket of 1829
STEPHENSONs ROCKET, 1829. Schematic view of George Stephensons locomotive " The Rocket" of 1829

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great

England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great
The Crystal Palace. Cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London for Great Exhibition of 1851. Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton (1803-1865). Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway

Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway. The purpose of this railway was to link the four largest cities of England by joining the existing

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway

Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway. The purpose of this railway was to link the four largest cities of England by joining the existing

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Fresh Air from the Potteries

Fresh Air from the Potteries
" Fresh Air from the Potteries" A sarcastic caption accompanying a fine photograph of the skyline of dark satanic mills which characterised the Potteries (Stoke-on-Trent)

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Victorian London - A shady place

Victorian London - A shady place
Vintage engraving showing a scene from 19th Century London England. A dark alley in Whitechapel circa 1870

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: The fourth state, work by Giuseppe Pelliza da Volpedo

The fourth state, work by Giuseppe Pelliza da Volpedo

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Train crossing Stockport viaduct on the London & North Western Railway, c1845

Train crossing Stockport viaduct on the London & North Western Railway, c1845. Note the pollution of the river banks, smoking chimneys and the complete domination of the scene by the viaduct

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Agricultural Machinery : Mr Chris Lambert, of Horsmonden, Kent, was a steam haulage contractor

Agricultural Machinery : Mr Chris Lambert, of Horsmonden, Kent, was a steam haulage contractor. A greater part of his work was steam ploughing - where two traction engines hauled a plough on a steel

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Ironbridge Gorge 21131_07

Ironbridge Gorge 21131_07
Ironbridge Gorge and Buildwas Power Station, Shropshire. The cradle of the Industrial Revolution. Abraham Darby established his iron works at Coalbrookdale in 1708

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Glass factory workers in Britain, 1800s

Glass factory workers in Britain, 1800s
Manufacturing glass at a flint-glass factory, Great Britain, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Iron Bridge N070066

Iron Bridge N070066
IRON BRIDGE, Telford, Shropshire. View of the bridge down river with reflections shown in the water

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Ironbridge Gorge EAW024219

Ironbridge Gorge EAW024219
THE IRONBRIDGE GORGE, Shropshire. In addition to the famous bridge, Ironbridge was home to a number of the key elements that drove the Industrial Revolution

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Saltaire, model textile factory and town near Bradford, Yorkshire, England. Founded by Titus Salt

Saltaire, model textile factory and town near Bradford, Yorkshire, England. Founded by Titus Salt (1803-1776) in 1851. Shops, library, etc

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)

Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)
6034701 Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames)

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: The Forge, 1859 (engraving)

The Forge, 1859 (engraving)
XJF425395 The Forge, 1859 (engraving) by Sharples, James (1825-93); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: New Lanark Mills, Scotland. Robert Owens (1771-1858) model community of cotton mills

New Lanark Mills, Scotland. Robert Owens (1771-1858) model community of cotton mills, housing, education, worlds first day nursery, evening classes, village shop (beginning of Co-operative movement)

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: First sewing machine, 1846

First sewing machine, 1846
Elias Howes sewing machine, 1846. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Bedlam Furnaces IC146_014

Bedlam Furnaces IC146_014
Bedlam Furnaces, Ironbridge, Shropshire. Reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, of the furnaces from across the River Severn as they may have appeared in the late 18th or early 19th century

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Stott Park Bobbin Mill N140031

Stott Park Bobbin Mill N140031
STOTT PARK BOBBIN MILL, Cumbria. General view lit at twilight. This fully-working mill is a unique survivor of the many Lakeland mills which turned bobbins for the Lancashire textile industry

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: First Atlantic crossing by steamship, 1819

First Atlantic crossing by steamship, 1819
American paddlewheeler " Savannah, " the first steamship to cross the Atlantic, 1819. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Canal workers N070949

Canal workers N070949
STOURPORT, Worcestershire. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team, showing workers building a canal c.1770

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: The Dinner Hour, Wigan, 1874 (oil on canvas)

The Dinner Hour, Wigan, 1874 (oil on canvas)
MAN62941 The Dinner Hour, Wigan, 1874 (oil on canvas) by Crowe, Eyre (1824-1910); 76.3x107 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: by Eyre Crowe); © Manchester Art Gallery

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Liverpools old courts built in the days of the industrial revolution

Liverpools old courts built in the days of the industrial revolution, long outlived their use as a home. But although living conditions were dreadful there was often good living in the courts

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Diagram of Watts steam engine

Diagram of Watts steam engine
Vintage engraving of the Watt steam engine, alternatively known as the Boulton and Watt steam engine, was the first practical steam engine

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: The Orator of the Strike, 1890-1891

The Orator of the Strike, 1890-1891. Found in the Collection of Banca di Credito Cooperativo, Barlassina

Background imageIndustrial revolution Greetings Card Collection: Newcomen steam engine, 1747

Newcomen steam engine, 1747. Thomas Newcomen (1663-1729) designed his atmospheric or steam engine in 1712. Water was heated in the boiler and the resulting steam was let into the cylinder



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