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Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg, Londinium, c. 1572 - detail of London Bridge

London’s bridge in Shakespeare's time. London Bridge was lined with houses and shops, and was a route regularly travelled by Shakespeare from his lodgings in the city to his work across the river ...


Grandborough. 1890s

Halford. Bridge

The bridge and River Stour at Halford. 1930s

Halford. Old Fosse Road and bridge

The Old Fosse Road and bridge at Halford. 1930s

Hampton Lucy. River Avon

The bridge over the River Avon, Hampton Lucy. 1920s

Harbury. G.W.R. railway cutting

Great Western Railway cutting, Harbury; showing the track and railway bridge. 1910s

Harbury. Railway Station

Southam Road and Harbury G.W.R. Station, showing diesel train on the track. 1959

Hartshill. Canal

View of Coventry Canal showing bridge, lock and lock buildings, narrow boat, Hartshill. October 4th 1959

Hartshill. Canal and bridge

The Coventry Canal and two bridges, Hartshill. 1930s

Hillmorton. Construction of bridge over Oxford Canal

Workers seen constructing a new bridge over the Oxford Canal at Crick Road, Hillmorton. December 1960

Hillmorton. Great Central Railway bridge

Great Central Railway bridge over Ashlawn Road, Hillmorton and construction work on the line. 1890s

Hillmorton. Oxford Canal bridge

Process of building a railway bridge for L.N.W.R over the Oxford Canal at Hillmorton. 1880

Hockley Heath. Canal and bridge

The Stratford upon Avon canal and bridges at Hockley Heath. 1940s

Honington. Bridge

Bridge over River Stour at Honington. 1910s

Hunningham. Bridge over River Leam

Stone bridge spanning River Leam, Hunningham. 10th September 1951.

Hunningham. Red Lion Hotel and Bridge

The Bridge and The Red Lion Hotel and public house, Hunningham. 1920s

John Norden, The View of London Bridge from east to west, [1597]

London Bridge, looking upstream in Shakespeare's time. London's medieval bridge was thronged with passers-by entering the city. At the south end (left on this contemporary engraving) lay the gate above ...

John Norden, The View of London Bridge from east to west, [1597] - detail of bridge and houses above

A coach enters Shakespeare's London. The centre of London Bridge had one short section where the houses did not loom five or six storeys high above the roadway. Norden shows a coach and a stream of ...