RMD2G313–Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, London, UK
RMFPT774–Nelson's Column at Trafalgar Square
RFEHBEAF–Trafalgar Square, London, No Entry sign in fountain.
RMC0BX0A–The Battle of Trafalgar.
RMG2W676–'The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805', painting by J M W Turner, 1822-1824,
RMBFGJG8–Trafalgar Square at dusk at Christmas.
RMB5D6Y7–Young child singing Christmas carols, Trafalgar Square, London, England, Europe
RMKHW5DE–Painting titled 'The Battle of Trafalgar in 1805' by Clarkson Frederick Stanfield (1793-1867) an English marine painter. Dated 19th Century
RMA1AFEF–Nelsons Column Trafalgar Square London UK
RMA1E232–Trafalgar Square, London, England
RMAGBCCB–Trafalgar Square London England
RMA8MKDF–W L Wyllie Battle of Trafalgar Panoramic Detail 1805
RMABYHBE–Closeup of Nelson s Column Trafalgar Square London UK aerial view
RMKD75WH–Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square Houses of Parliament and the dome of the National Gallery in London UK
RFAD5G60–Rugby Parade 2003 Trafalgar Square London
RMBPFW8M–The Death of Nelson. Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté, 1758 – 1805. British flag officer in the Royal Navy.
RFAGFBD6–Fountain in Trafalgar Square
RMB4B5KA–Bow detail, HMS Victory, Portsmouth
RFB5JM27–Trafalgar Square, London England UK
RMG9K0AC–Soccer - FA Cup Final - Bolton Wanderers v Manchester United - Wembley Stadium. Manchester United fans in Trafalgar Square before the match
RMG16CWE–Trafalgar Square, from National Gallery, London, England. Trafalgar Square is a public space and tourist attraction in central London, built around the area formerly known as Charing Cross. It is situated in the City of Westminster. At its center is Nelso
RMMM3F1M–Trafalgar Square. London. 1938
RME97XX6–The Battle of Trafalgar by Joseph Mallord William Turner
RMKHTKWB–'The Battle of Trafalgar' by Nicholas Pocock
RMPGMXP5–Trafalgar Square, London, Victorian period
RMCWB1RY–Lord Horatio Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805
RMKHW5DF–Painting titled 'The Battle of Trafalgar in 1805' by Clarkson Frederick Stanfield (1793-1867) an English marine painter. Dated 19th Century
RM2CRBAWK–Trafalgar Square, 1965
RMER7JYB–The Battle of Trafalgar
RMA90576–Muslim family in trafalgar Square
RMBN3XXR–Fountains, Trafalgar Square, London, photo Francis Frith. England, 1860-70
RMRHPNEP–Nelson shot at the Battle of Trafalgar, 21st October 1805. By Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941). The Battle of Trafalgar (21st October 1805) was a naval engagement fought by the British Royal Navy against the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navies, during the War of the Third Coalition of the Napoleonic Wars. The Royal Navy led by Admiral Lord Nelson aboard HMS Victory defeated the French and Spanish coalition led by French Admiral Villeneuve. During the battle, Nelson was shot by a French musketeer and died shortly before the battle ended.
RMDDW6D2–SOUTH AFRICA HOUSE TRAFALGAR SQUARE LONDON UK
RMTWBJ08–The Algeciras at the Battle of Trafalgar, painting, 1879
RMCPKRPP–Aerial photograph of Trafalgar Square, 1937
RMERTC9W–Tourists in Trafalgar Square, London, 10th August 1969.
RMBNH3XB–Statue of King Charles I by Hubert Le Sueur in Trafalgar Square, London, England.
RMERG7XX–' Bloody Sunday' in Trafalgar Square, London, 13 November 1887. Demonstration against coercion in Ireland and to demand the
RF2HJTY5F–One of the Lions, Trafalgar Square. London (1913)
RMMM3K31–Trafalgar Square. London. 1910
RME81BFM–The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805
RM2GBKA2F–The Battle of Trafalgar by John Christian Schetky (1778-1874), oil on canvas, c. 1841
RF2BC0189–Winston Churchill with his wife, Clementine, drive in a landau through Trafalgar Square on their way to the coronation of King George V.22nd June 1911
RMCWB1T1–Admiral Horatio Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Engraving: 1862.
RMKHW5DM–Painting titled 'The Battle of Trafalgar in 1805' by Clarkson Frederick Stanfield (1793-1867) an English marine painter. Dated 19th Century
RM2GMRYBG–Don't shoot Trafalgar Square Lion - A suggested precaution in view of President Roosevelt's Visit to London
RMC1E4PE–TRAFALGAR SQUARE, London, in September 1940
RMBN3XY6–Stone Lion, Trafalgar Square, London, photo Francis Frith. England, 1860-70
RMDJ4TFC–Painting of HMS Victory at The Battle of Trafalgar 1805
RMDB6ENY–Cardinal Hume attends a peace rally on Trafalgar Square London UK
RMTWBJ02–Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar, painting, 1878
RMCPMD4K–The German auxiliary cruiser 'Cap Trafalgar', 1914
RMERT87J–Tourists in Trafalgar Square, London, 10th August 1969.
RMGF8WK2–Public meeting in Trafalgar Square, London in 1892 commemorating the anniversary of Bloody Sunday in 1887, when a combined police and military attack against a crowd protesting British repression in Ireland and unemployment left 75 people injured.
RM2BWAH48–Japanese sailors in Trafalgar square
RMG7DR30–Travel, London Aerial Views. Aerial View of Trafalgar Square, London.
RF2H80EGT–CENTRAL LONDON. Burlington House to Trafalgar Square as aircraft sees it 1926
RMMM3F2F–Trafalgar Square. London. 1960
RM2JPJ5EW–The British HMS Sandwich fires at the French flagship Bucentaure (completely dismasted) in the battle of Trafalgar. Bucentaure also fights HMS Victory (behind her) and HMS Temeraire (left side of the picture). HMS Sandwich did not fight at Trafalgar and her depiction is a mistake by the painter. By Auguste Étienne François Mayer
RMKJ2C94–'The Battle of Trafalgar' by Thomas Luny. The painting shows the battle at around 2.30pm on 21st October 1805
RME92XGR–Trafalgar Square, London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1905
RME0TWM0–Reverend Billy Graham speaks at Trafalgar Square
RMF7P0MP–Trafalgar Square and National Gallery, London, England
RMW7DHTF–The departure of the Grenadier Guards, Trafalgar Square, London, 1854 (1857).Artist: DJ Pound
RMDCPKTY–TRAFALGAR SQUARE, London, with Whitehall beyond. Photo Tony Gale
RMDJ4TE9–HMS Victory at The Battle of Trafalgar by Artist William Clarkson Stanfield
RMCP7A4Y–Black and white engraving of the Battle of Trafalgar. Engraving by William Miller after J M W Turner in 1875.
RMTWBJ04–Churruca's Death at the Battle of Trafalgar, painting, 1892
RMCPJ7M3–The National Gallery at the Trafalgar Square in London, 1913
RMERXBJF–Ladies eating their packed lunch in Trafalgar Square, London, 26th August 1946.
RMF4JAT1–Trafalgar Square, London, UK
RM2BW2FD3–Trafalgar Day Celebrations. 1934
RMG810DJ–Maori dancers perform the canoe dance in Trafalgar Square during the Commonwealth Arts Festival.
RF2H80EGD–LONDON. Wet weather brightens the lights of Trafalgar Square 1926 old print
RM2A5YX81–Trafalgar Square and National Gallery, London, England
RMBNDE70–Meeting of workers unemployed in Trafalgar Square. London. United Kingdom.
RM2FNY90M–tourism, tourists, woman in London Trafalgar Square with doves on her head and shoulder, 1956,1950s, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMDWEF2K–Nelson's Last Signal at Trafalgar, 1805, Painting by Thomas Davidson
RME0XPK9–Aug. 08, 1967 - A Trafalgar square lion is star of a ''Wrap In'': One of the lions in Trafalgar Square was covered in dust sheets to be the star of a ''wrap in''. They moved into the Square with ladders, dust sheets, film equipment and police permission. The hippies climbed the ladders and wrapped one of the lions in the sheets, then they unwrapped it. Cameras were turning the whole six hours that these operations took, but the film will be cut into 20 minutes slow motion
RMF7P8HG–The National Gallery art museum in Trafalgar Square, London
RFHYC5BD–This painting, titled Naughty Child, is by the English painter, sculptor, and engraver Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873). Landseer was one of most most painters of his time. His best work is distinguished by simplicity and naturalness, which largely account for his great popularity. They are subject that everyone can appreciate, and, while technical perfection is all that one oculd desire, they also appal strongly to the average person with no artistic perception beyond the ordinary. Landseer also deisgned the lions at the base of the Nelson Column in Trafalgar Square.
RM2M9D14F–Battle Of Trafalgar
RMDCPKW2–TRAFALGAR SQUARE, London, with Whitehall beyond. Photo Tony Gale
RMARNXW3–Last Hours Of Nelson the dying Admiral Lord Nelson being taken below in his hour of triumph at the Battle of Trafalgar
RM2G7EXXG–NELSONS COLUMN TRAFALGAR SQUARE 1900 Victorian London. Trafalgar Square Date Created/Published: [ca. 1890-1906] color photochrom
RMFF855F–Trafalgar Square, London.
RMRRD1JW–The Battle of Trafalgar, Clarkson Frederick Stanfield, 1836, painting
RMDYYW0C–Auxiliary cruiser Cap Trafalgar, 1914
RMEJXWX8–A 56 foot Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square given to Londoners by the people of Oslo. 19th December 1958.
RMF6P64T–People in Trafalgar Square, London, UK
RM2BWAHNK–Mr Seymour hicks recruiting in Trafalgar square
RMG80KJJ–The Merry Men, a pop quartet from Barbados playing in Trafalgar Square during the Commonwealth Arts Festival