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View of the Monument and the Church of St Magnus the Martyr in Lower Thames Street Featured December Print

View of the Monument and the Church of St Magnus the Martyr in Lower Thames Street

View of the Monument and the Church of St Magnus the Martyr in Lower Thames Street. The church was destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666, but rebuilt under the guidance of Sir Christopher Wren and reopened in 1676. Date: circa 1800

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1800s, Carriages, Church, Churches, Drawn, Horse, London, Lower, Magnus, Martyr, Scene, St, Street, Thames

James Jollie (1757 - 1846), business man connected with many public institutions in Featured December Print

James Jollie (1757 - 1846), business man connected with many public institutions in

James Jollie (1757 - 1846), business man connected with many public institutions in Edinburgh, approaching Robert Sym (1752-1845). Sym owes his place in literary history as the character Timothy Tickler in the Noctes Ambrosiane published each month in Blackwood's Magazine between 1822 and 1835. A tall, thin man, who delighted in taking long walks whatever the state of the weather, Sym was a popular, though slightly eccentric figure in Edinburgh. Date: 1839

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The Great Northern Railway (GNR) was a British railway company incorporated in 1846 with Featured December Print

The Great Northern Railway (GNR) was a British railway company incorporated in 1846 with

The Great Northern Railway (GNR) was a British railway company incorporated in 1846 with the object of building a line from London to York. Reaching into the coalfields of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire, as well as establishing dominance in Lincolnshire and North London. The Granary (goods-shed), shows at one end the canal at Battlebridge, London, under the centre of the platform the boats can thus come into the shed and have goods of all kinds to or from the railway trucks as the case maybe

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