Tombs in Westminster Abbey, Westminster Hall and Westminster Bridge. Young man pointing to a Latin inscription on a stone tomb in Westminster Abbey 52, horse-drawn coaches outside Westminster Hall 53 and view of Westminster Bridge on the Thames built in 1750 by engineer Charles Labelye 54. Woodcut engraving after an illustration by Isaac Taylor from City Scenes, or a Peep into London, by Ann Taylor and Jane Taylor, published by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, London, 1828. English sisters Ann and Jane Taylor were prolific Romantic poets and writers of children’s books in the early 19th

Tombs in Westminster Abbey, Westminster Hall and Westminster Bridge. Young man pointing to a Latin inscription on a stone tomb in Westminster Abbey 52, horse-drawn coaches outside Westminster Hall 53 and view of Westminster Bridge on the Thames built in 1750 by engineer Charles Labelye 54. Woodcut engraving after an illustration by Isaac Taylor from City Scenes, or a Peep into London, by Ann Taylor and Jane Taylor, published by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, London, 1828. English sisters Ann and Jane Taylor were prolific Romantic poets and writers of children’s books in the early 19th Stock Photo
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4285 x 7348 px | 36.3 x 62.2 cm | 14.3 x 24.5 inches | 300dpi

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8 June 2020

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Tombs in Westminster Abbey, Westminster Hall and Westminster Bridge. Young man pointing to a Latin inscription on a stone tomb in Westminster Abbey 52, horse-drawn coaches outside Westminster Hall 53 and view of Westminster Bridge on the Thames built in 1750 by engineer Charles Labelye 54. Woodcut engraving after an illustration by Isaac Taylor from City Scenes, or a Peep into London, by Ann Taylor and Jane Taylor, published by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, London, 1828. English sisters Ann and Jane Taylor were prolific Romantic poets and writers of children’s books in the early 19th century.

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