RM2DB5NC3–Antique c1850, engraving, The New Houses of Parliament. The Palace of Westminster serves as the meeting place for the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London, England. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING
RMKB7W7B–The new Houses of Parliament, a 19th Century view
RM2GG5WBT–Charles Barry (1795-1860). English architect, famous for his participation in the rebuilding of the Palace of Westminster. Portrait showing Barry with a pair of compasses in his hand, along with architectural plans for the new Houses of Parliament, under construction, in the background. By John Prescott Knight (1803-1881), ca.1851. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMG49E9D–Prince William and his new bride Kate pass the Houses of Parliament, London, in a carriage after their wedding at Westminster Abbey.
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RMEEEFNB–The New Bus for London passing the Houses of Parliament
RM2G7F20F–Victorian Stereo image Vintage 1900's Westminster Bridge and Houses of Parliament, London, England with horse drawn traffic crossing Westminster Bridge Creator(s): American Stereoscopic Company, publisher Date Created/Published: New York, U.S.A. : American Stereoscopic Company, c1900 December 29. photographic print on stereo card : stereograph. Photograph shows Westminster Palace, London, England with horse drawn carriages and pedestrian traffic on bridge in the foreground.
RMKHD706–LONDON - NOVEMBER 16, 2016: Double-decker sightseeing tour bus passes Big Ben near the entrance to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.
RMCMMTJ8–New Year fireworks and Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
RM2AHJYHB–Westminster, London, 30th Dec 2019. The new blue and gold-leaf coloured clock face of the Elizabeth Tower is visible on the Houses of Parliament, silhouetted at sunset. A beautifully sunny winter day in London concludes with a soft pastel sunset in Westminster. Credit: Imageplotter/Alamy Live News
RMRKM3EG–The old House of Commons and House of Lords. Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants, the Palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London, England. On 16 October 1834, a fire broke out and both Houses of Parliament were destroyed. In 1840 the foundation stone was laid of a a new parliament by Charles Barry based on the neo-classical principle of symmetry. Although most of the work had been carried out by 1860, construction was not finished until a decade afterwards.
RFJ3G1K0–London, England - April 20, 2016: Freshly painted direction signs on the new East-West Cycle Superhighway outside the Houses of Parliament in central