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London Landmarks Collection

A selection of some of our famous London landmarks and iconic buildings.

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Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, c1948. Creator: Unknown

Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, c1948. Creator: Unknown
Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, c1948. From " Newnes Pictorial Knowledge Volume 3". [George Newnes Limited, London]

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Inside the clock face of Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905

Inside the clock face of Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905. Photo published in Parliament Past and Present by Arnold Wright and Philip Smith, (London, c1905)

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Hyde Park Corner, c1838. Creator: J Harris

Hyde Park Corner, c1838. Creator: J Harris
Hyde Park Corner, c1838. After Jas Pollard. Wellington Arch, also known as Constitution Arch or (originally) as the Green Park Arch

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Tower Bridge, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies

Tower Bridge, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies
Tower Bridge, one of the most famous in the world and an iconic image for London, built in the late 19th century and crossing the River Thames, from the South Bank to the City, London, SE1 to EC3

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Borough Market, Southwark, London, 3 / 9 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies

Borough Market, Southwark, London, 3 / 9 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies
Borough Market, Southwark, London, 3/9/10. Sign at the entrance to Borough Market, London, SE1, England, UK

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Docklands and Canary Wharf, London, England, UK, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies

Docklands and Canary Wharf, London, England, UK, 2 / 3 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies
Docklands and Canary Wharf, London, England, UK, 2/3/10. Sheep at Mudchute Farm with Canary Wharf in the distance. Docklands, London, E14, England, UK

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Camden Lock, London, UK, 30 / 1 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies

Camden Lock, London, UK, 30 / 1 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies
Camden Lock, London, UK, 30/1/10. Sculpture showing horses. Recalling when the area was known as the Stable Market. Camden Lock Market, Camden, London, NW1, England, UK

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: London Bridge, c1900s. Creator: Eyre & Spottiswoode

London Bridge, c1900s. Creator: Eyre & Spottiswoode
London Bridge, c1900s. Traffic on London Bridge over the River Thames, with Fishmongers Hall on the left, the church of St Magnus the Martyr on the right, and the Monument behind

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: The Tower Bridge, c1900s. Creator: Eyre & Spottiswoode

The Tower Bridge, c1900s. Creator: Eyre & Spottiswoode
The Tower Bridge, c1900s. View of Tower Bridge with bascules open, and the River Thames. The construction of Tower Bridge was begun in 1881 to designs by Sir Horace Jones and it opened in 1894

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace and Guards, London, 1930s. Creator: Unknown

Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace and Guards, London, 1930s. Creator: Unknown
Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace and Guards, London, 1930s. This magnificent memorial tothe late Queen Victoria stands in front of Buckingham Palace

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Houses of Parliament, & Westminster Bridge, London, c1900s. Creator: Unknown

Houses of Parliament, & Westminster Bridge, London, c1900s. Creator: Unknown
Houses of Parliament, & Westminster Bridge, London, c1900s. View of Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster in London, with horse-drawn vehicles and trams on the bridge. Hand-coloured postcard

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Night Rain Has Turned The Pavements To A Pool of Reflections, c1935. Creator: Calkin

Night Rain Has Turned The Pavements To A Pool of Reflections, c1935. Creator: Calkin
Night Rain Has Turned The Pavements To A Pool of Reflections, c1935. The fountains in Trafalgar Square, central London. On the left is the National Gallery

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Houses of Parliament, c1935. Creator: Unknown

Houses of Parliament, c1935. Creator: Unknown
Houses of Parliament, c1935. The Royal Air Force Memorial at Whitehall Steps in London was erected in 1923 as a memorial to all ranks of the Royal Navy Air Service, Royal Flying Corps

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Swiss Re Gherkin, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies

Swiss Re Gherkin, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies
St Helens Square with the Church of St Andrew Undershaft dating from 1520 in the foreground and the St Mary Axe office building, known as the Gherkin, in the background, London, EC3, England

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: St Pancras Station, 2012. Creator: Ethel Davies

St Pancras Station, 2012. Creator: Ethel Davies
‘ The Meeting Place, a 30 foot high, 20 tonne bronze statue of a couple embracing by Paul Day, representing the traditional meeting place of under the clock at a railway station

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: St Jamess Park, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies

St Jamess Park, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies
View of the London Eye and Horseguards buidling, with a bridge over the lake, at St Jamess Park, Westminster, central London, SW1, England

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Camden Lock, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies

Camden Lock, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies
Boat going through the lock at Camden Lock on the Regents Canal alongside the market, Camden Town, London, NW1, England

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: National Gallery, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies

National Gallery, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
View from St-Martin s-in-the-Fields towards Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery, an art collection of international importance, founded in1824, with the current building opened in 1834, London

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Big Ben views, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies

Big Ben views, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
Iron railings at Parliament Square with The Elizabeth Tower, better known as Big Ben (which is actually just the name of the bell), behind, Houses of Parliament, London, SW1, England

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: South Bank views, 2007. Creator: Ethel Davies

South Bank views, 2007. Creator: Ethel Davies
Sunset silhouette view of the Coca Cola London Eye, completed in 2000, once the largest ferris wheel in the world, now the 4th

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Lloyds, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies

Lloyds, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies
The Lloyds Building, headquarters of the insurance company Lloyds of London, a Grade II listed building, unusual mostly due to its pipes and ducts constructed on the outside

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Riverside views, 2007. Creator: Ethel Davies

Riverside views, 2007. Creator: Ethel Davies
View of the City buildings, including Lloyds and St Mary Axe (the Gherkin), over the River Thames, from the London Bridge on the South Bank, London, SE1, England

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: View of the dipping well in Hyde Park, Westminster, London, c1810

View of the dipping well in Hyde Park, Westminster, London, c1810

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Buckingham House, Westminster, London, 1819. Artist: Thomas Sutherland

Buckingham House, Westminster, London, 1819. Artist: Thomas Sutherland
Buckingham House, Westminster, London, 1819. Buckingham House was reconstructed as Buckingham Palace in the 1820s

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Montage of images with St Pauls, c1855. Artist: Jules Louis Arnout

Montage of images with St Pauls, c1855. Artist: Jules Louis Arnout
Montage of images with St Pauls, c1855. An unusual composition showing a quay with an anchor and a carved tablet in the foreground

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: View of HMS London sailing beneath Tower Bridge, London, 1988

View of HMS London sailing beneath Tower Bridge, London, 1988
View of the warship HMS London sailing beneath Tower Bridge, Stepney, London, 1988. a fireboat sprays fountains of water into the air in the foreground

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: View of the west side of Tower Bridge, London, c1950

View of the west side of Tower Bridge, London, c1950
View of the west side of Tower Bridge, Stepney, London, c1950, from the beach at Tower Wharf, showing children playing. Barges pass along the river in the background

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Blackfriars Bridge, London

Blackfriars Bridge, London
View of the disembarkation of the Lord Mayor at Blackfriars Bridge after the Lord Mayors procession from the Tower of London to Westminster

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Tower Bridge, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies

Tower Bridge, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies
Tower Bridge, one of the most famous in the world and an iconic image for London, built in the late 19th century and crossing the River Thames, seen from a paved walkway on South Bank

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Kensington Palace, London, 1730. Artist: Johannes Kip

Kensington Palace, London, 1730. Artist: Johannes Kip
Kensington Palace, London, 1730. Originally built in the 17th century as the residence of the Earl of Nottingham, Kensington Palace was acquired by King William III in 1689

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: The exterior, Great Exhibition, Hyde Park, London, 1851 (1854)

The exterior, Great Exhibition, Hyde Park, London, 1851 (1854). From Dickinsons Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851, published 1854

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Greenwich Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park, London

Greenwich Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park, London. The observatory was built by Christopher Wren (1632-1723) on the orders of Charles II with the aim of providing accurate navigation tables

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Statue of Boudicca, The London Eye, London

Statue of Boudicca, The London Eye, London

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Fliration, Hyde Park. Artist: De Nittis, Giuseppe (1846-1884)

Fliration, Hyde Park. Artist: De Nittis, Giuseppe (1846-1884)
Fliration, Hyde Park. Found in the collection of Galleria Vittoria Colonna, Napoli

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Globe Theatre, Bankside, Southwark (right) and the Bear Garden, c1597 (1825)

Globe Theatre, Bankside, Southwark (right) and the Bear Garden, c1597 (1825)
Globe Theatre, Bankside, Southwark (right) and the Bear Garden c1599 (1825). The Globe Theatre was opened in 1599 and is associated with performances of Shakespeares plays

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: London, Marble Arch, c1906

London, Marble Arch, c1906. Marble Arch, London. Standing at the nothern entrance to Hyde Park, the Marble Arch is one of the most prominent sights of London

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Monument, London

Monument, London

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, c1930s. Artist: Herbert Felton

Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, c1930s. Artist: Herbert Felton
Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, c1930s. St Martin-in-the-Fields was designed by James Gibbs and built in 1726

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Pigeons in Trafalgar Square, London, 1926-1927

Pigeons in Trafalgar Square, London, 1926-1927. From Wonderful London, volume II, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, published by Amalgamated Press (London, 1926-1927)

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: The Tower of London with London Bridge, c1500, (c1901)

The Tower of London with London Bridge, c1500, (c1901). Charles, Duke of Orleans can be seen writing inside the Tower of London, and also at a window and in the courtyard, sending a letter

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Gallery above the clock face, Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905

Gallery above the clock face, Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905. Photo published in Parliament Past and Present by Arnold Wright and Philip Smith, (London, c1905)

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Kensington Palace and Queen Victorias Statue, London, 20th Century

Kensington Palace and Queen Victorias Statue, London, 20th Century. Originally built in the 17th century as the residence of the Earl of Nottingham

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, London, 20th Century

Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, London, 20th Century. A Benedictine monastery was founded on this site in the 7th or 8th century

Background imageLondon Landmarks Collection: Tower Bridge, London, 20th Century

Tower Bridge, London, 20th Century. The construction of the bridge was begun in 1881 to designs by Sir Horace Jones and it opened in 1894


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