Houses of Parliament from the River Thames (1871 engraving) - Illustration

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Upload date:June 06, 2013


The Houses of Parliament, City of Westminster, seen from the River Thames, with Westminster Abbey behind - an engraving from 'Collins' Illustrated Guide to London and Neighbourhood', price one shilling; published by William Collins, Sons & Company, London, in 1871. The construction of the iconic Gothic-inspired buildings was started in 1840 to replace those destroyed by fire in 1834 and work continued until around 1870.
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