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London, GWR poster, 1938 Featured Tower of London Print

London, GWR poster, 1938

Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote rail travel to London. The poster shows an aerial view of the Tower of London. Artwork by Frank Henry Mason (1876-1965), who was educated at HMS Conway and spent time at sea. He painted marine and coastal subjects and was involved in engineering and shipbuilding. He designed posters for several railway companies

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Agas Map of London, c1561 Featured Tower of London Print

Agas Map of London, c1561

Agas Map of London, c1561. Sheet 10, showing part of Southwark, London Bridge, ships on the River Thames, part of the City of London and the Tower of London with its moat

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London and the Thames, 18th century Featured Tower of London Print

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 Paul's Cathedral (centre), Westminster Abbey (upper left), the Monument to the Great Fire of London (centre right) and the Tower of London (lower right). This artwork was produced circa 1760 by the printing company Bowles and Carver. An earlier artwork of 1751 by Thomas Bowles shows houses on Old London Bridge (foreground), not present in this artwork. These houses were removed in the period 17581762. The other two bridges, since replaced by modern bridges, are: Putney Bridge (opened 1729) and Westminster Bridge (opened 1740)