An English tea party wedding in Derbyshire - vintage wedding ideas
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Paddington station, 1950. The mainline station, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was built with private funds and owned by the Great Western Railway. Isambard Kingdom, London Paddington, Paddington Stations, London Training, London Circa, Circa 1900, Kingdom Brunel, Westerns Railway, London Railway
PADDINGTON STATION, LONDON circa 1900
victorian simulated ivory porcelain, sterling silver England
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Victorian Era England
Victorian Era Post Box
The Exotic Down And Outs Of Victorian London- These fascinating black and white pictures taken by photographer John Thompson show the reality of existence in the 1800s when photography was in its infancy. In 1876 he set out with writer Adolphe Smith and together the pair spoke to people and the shots were later published in magazine, Street Life in London. Photos, London Nomad, London Street, Street Life, Vintage, Gypsy Caravan, Gypsy Wagon, Gypsy Life, John Thomson
Photos of Victorian London
iCLIPART - Royalty Free Photo of Two Victorian Women
Queen Victoria - born in England on May 24, 1819. when she was eighteen, she ascended the English throne after the death of William IV. It was her reign that made England grow both economically and socially. Called the Victorian Era, it was known for Victoria's laizze-faire ways, meaning "hands-off." Her first law was passed in 1832, the Reform Act that gave legislative authority to the House of Lords and executive authority to the House of Commons. Royal Families, English History, Victorian Age, Queen Victoria, Queens Victoria, Victorian Life, Queens Of England, Victorian England, Victorian Era
Queen Victoria - born in England on May 24, 1819. when she was eighteen, she ascended the English throne after the death of William IV. It was her reign that made England grow both economically and socially. Called the Victorian Era, it was known for Victoria's laizze-faire ways, meaning "hands-off." Her first law was passed in 1832, the Reform Act that gave legislative authority to the House of Lords and executive authority to the House of Commons.
Gail Carriger's tale of feisty Alexia Tarabotti is not to be missed. Tea drinking, parasols and supernaturals. Oh my! Sleuthing about in ornate gowns and harassing hunky werewolves. What's not to love? Worth Reading, Gail Carriger, Vampires, Book Worth, Werewolves, Parasol Protector, Paranormal Romances, Steampunk, Soulless
Parasol Protectorate #1 Set in Victorian England, it has a little bit of steampunk feel. Not a typical sci-fi adventure, with lots of humor and just the right amount of proper behaviour!
Tyntesfield, Somerset England Eras of Elegance - Victorian Architecture: Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Stick-Eastlake, and Queen Anne Styles
Jeremy Brett's Sherlock Holmes. How I got into the preppy-by-way-of-Victorian-England business.
In 1876, John Thompson used the new medium of photography to document the difficulties of urban life in Victorian London, showing a wide range of issues people of the time faced Read more at http://www.iheartchaos.com/post/20468033795/photographs-of-street-life-in-1870s-victorian-london#wUfWyEHw2zDzamKe.99 History, Photos, Street Life, Vintage, Victorian London, Castiron, Victorian Era, John Thomson, Cast Iron
Victorian England 1880s.