UNITED KINGDOM. ENGLAND. Industrial Revolution. Children using machines in a textile factory. Engraving.
UNITED KINGDOM. ENGLAND. Industrial Revolution (1886). Public dining hall. Queuing for the tickets to get soup. Published in ...
UNITED KINGDOM. ENGLAND. Industrial Revolution (1886). Public dining hall. Queuing for the tickets to get soup. Published in 'The Illustrated London News'. Engraving.
'Industry Statue by Thorneycroft', 1854-1858
Acupuncture needles, probably from China or Japan, 1800s
St Pancras Station Hotel, London, 1866-1870.
Specimen of crown glass showing method of cutting, c 19th century.
Ironbridge, a World Heritage site. Near Manchester. England. UK.
Interior view of Derby Station, Derbyshire, 1830-1844.
Richard S Lawrence, American engineer, late 19th century.
Cooke and Wheatstone two-needle telegraph, 1844.
The destruction of the ‘Victoria & Albert’ balloon, 16 June 1851.
Nipple shield, English, 1799.
´Interior of the Well House, Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight’, c 1850s.
‘View from the Gates of the Palace’, 1 December 1783.
Trade card of John Mottram, engraver, c 1851.
Top, side and end elevation drawings of James Watt's 'Lap' engine, 1788.
John Herschel´s drawing of a clockwork device, c 1830s.
Economy. 19th century. Mining. Coal mine with several floors. Colored engraving. "The Art of the Illustration", 1888.
Tuning fork, c 1869-1874.
´Pass-Room Bridewell´, 1808.
´Give me the first one that comes´, c 1850.
French 120-gun warship, c 1793-1815.
Dental forceps, Indian, c 19th century.
The strike of Creusot of 1870. Meeting of factory workers in the pay moment. Engraving. FRANCE. ‘LE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Nationa...
The strike of Creusot of 1870. Meeting of factory workers in the pay moment. Engraving. FRANCE. ‘LE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. National Library.
´Marienbrucke in Dresden’, Germany, c 1840.
Cuba, Havana Province, Camilo Cienfuegos, ruins of the former US-built Hershey sugar factory
England. Bus powered by steam locomotive. Engraving in "The Spanish and American Illustration" (1872).
Battleground of Resaca, Georgia, USA, 1866.
Model of a 50-gun frigate, 1813
The erecting shop at the Grand Junction Railway engine-works, Crewe, 1849
Lighthouse lamp reflector mirror, early 19th century.
Railway suspension bridge, near Stockton, 19th century.
The ‘Nassau’ balloon over London, c 1836.
Specimen of early tinned food, c 1899-1902.
Outfall of the Kings Scholars-pond sewer, London, early 19th century.
George Parker Bidder, mathematician, engineer and child prodigy, 1815.
SS ´Great Britain´ ashore in Dundrum Bay, Ireland, 1846.
Naval schooner ´Express´, 1815.
Blanchard’s first ascent in a balloon, 2 March 1784.
The first manned free flight ascent in a balloon, 21 November 1783.
Mortising machine, Yard No 1896, c 1800.
Pocket watch in silver pair case, c 1800.
´New-bridge, Oxfordshire’, 1799.
Marie Francois Xavier Bichat, French pathologist, c early 19th century.
Multiplying glass, 1840-1850.
800 hp double cylinder engines fitted to HMS ´Retribution´, 1842.
Rectangular protractor, late 18th century.
Charing Cross Railway Station, London, late 1860s.
´The Menai Bridge’, Wales, c 1830.
Chart of the planetary system, c 1850.
Spanish school. They still say that fish is expensive. ¡Y aún dicen que el pescado es caro! . 1894. Oil on canvas 151x204 CM-...
Spanish school. They still say that fish is expensive. ¡Y aún dicen que el pescado es caro! . 1894. Oil on canvas 151x204 CM-NºINV 4649. Madrid, Retiro Build. Author: SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, JOAQUIN. Location: CASON DEL BUEN RETIRO-PINTURA, MADRID, SPAIN.
Telegraph House at Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, 1858.
'Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions' 1843
Maudslay´s table engine, 1807.
Louis Jacques Thenard, French chemist, 1824.
Cyanotype of Himanthalia Lorea, c 1843.
‘The Great Eastern rounding the point opposite Blackwall’, London, c 1859.
Stockton & Darlington no 58 'Woodlands'
Steam Locomotive Black Prince
'Hadrian T 94', 1854-1858
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, c 1850s.
´Railway Phobia or the March of Speculation´, mid 19th century.
Gutta percha inkstand, c 1850.
St Pancras station roof, London, 1868.
High Level Bridge in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, l9th century.
Rotative compound beam engine, 1838.
John Watkins Brett, British engineer, c 1860s.
Confederate ´Quaker guns’, Centreville, Virginia, USA, March 1862.
George Walker Arnott, Scottish botanist, 1854-1859.
Sir Edward Barry, English religious and medical writer, c 1800-1822.
´Seven Feet, Old Passenger´, steam locomotive, 1857.
Construction of the Metropolitan District Railway, Blackfriars, London, c 1869.
Denbigh Hall Bridge from the road, 25 June 1837.
Chamber pot, 19th century.
Homeopathic medicine chest, 1830-1850.
Barber’s shaving bowl, French, c 1770-1870.
Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London, 1851.
Detail of Babbage printer for Babbage´s Difference Engine No 2, 2002.
Wheatstone stereoscope, c 1850.
Kew photoheliograph, 1857.
Steam engine and boiler made for Stringfellow’s flying machine of 1847-8.
The Thames Tunnel, London, before 1843
Fabric from the Caroline Islands, (Micronesia), 1822-1825.
Hetton Colliery, Hetton-le-Hole, County Durham, c 1822.
United States, California, San Francisco, Mission District, the Revolution mural painted by Cuba and the Revolution Cafe
Satire on steam-powered flight, Germany, 1829-1845.
Trial piece for Babbage’s Difference Engine No 2, 1985-91.
‘Parker´s Prestometer Tablet’, c 1860.
John Herschel, English astronomer and scientist, 1866-1871.
´The Thames Tunnel’, London, 1827.
Telegraph station at Hearts Content, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, 1866.
Steam locomotive ´Royal George´, October 1827.
BOULTON, Matthew (1728-1809). English engineer. Litography.
Hetton Colliery, Hetton-le-Hole, County Durham, c 1822.
´Hydraulics’, late 19th century.
Candelabra, 19th century.
´The Mining Establishment Buildings’, Durrnberg, Austria, 19th century.
Cuba, Trinidad, Plaza Mayor, Sancti Spiritus.
Sadi Carnot, French theoretical physicist, 1806.
Spain (19th c.). Paper mill 'La Guipuzcoana', in Tolosa (Basque Country). Engraving.
‘Break of gauge’, Gloucester, June 1846.
TEJEDORA JOVEN CATALANA APRENDE EN UN TELAR DE TIPO GARROTE - 1882. Author: PLANELLA Y RODRIGUEZ JOAN. Location: PRIVATE COLL...
TEJEDORA JOVEN CATALANA APRENDE EN UN TELAR DE TIPO GARROTE - 1882. Author: PLANELLA Y RODRIGUEZ JOAN. Location: PRIVATE COLLECTION, BARCELONA, SPAIN.
´Phenomena of Volcanoes and Earthquakes´, 1852.
´The Late Sarti´s New Florentine Anatomical Model’, printed notice, 1854.
Bobbins at mechanized loom. Pawtucket. Rhode Island. USA
England, West Yorkshire, Leeds. A statue of James Watt (whose improvements to the Newcomen steam engine in the 18th century w...
England, West Yorkshire, Leeds. A statue of James Watt (whose improvements to the Newcomen steam engine in the 18th century were key to the industrial revolution) in Leeds city square.
Gear work mechanism of an uncompleted orrery, 1762-1800.
George England, English locomotive maker, mid-19th century.
Locks, basin and docks on the River Thames at London, 1796.
Metallurgical analysis equipment, 19th century.
Side lever engine plan for a 20 hp engine, July 1825.
‘First Ascension of a Montgolfier at Annonay’, France, 5 June 1783.
Wheatstone Polar Clock, 1848-1860.
´The Railway Station´, 1862.
Dry collodion plate camera, c 1860.
Handbill advertising Gypson’s balloon ascent, 1 October 1841.
Kew photoheliograph, 1857.
Buddhist prayer wheel made from a human skull, Tibetan, 18th-19th century.
Boulton and Watt´s ´Sun and Planet´ engine, 1797.
Buddhist priest´s apron, Tibetan, 18th-19th century.
Title page to the ‘Elements of Euclid’, 1847.
Stephenson´s ´Rocket´, 1829. ´O´ gauge Ful
The ‘Great Circle’, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 1862-1876.
Demolition of the old London Bridge, 1832.
Robert Stephenson, English mechanical and civil engineer, c 1850s.
Funeral of King Philip V of Spain, 1746.
Handbill announcing Sadler’s balloon ascent, 1814.
London Road Station, Manchester, 1848.
George Stephenson, railway engineer, 1830-1836.
New iron bridge at Civitavecchia, Italy, c 1859.
Furnaces of Dupont, Chantelinau, Belgium, 1830-1860.
Detail of the Scheutz Difference Engine No 3, 1859.
Boulton and Watt condensing engine, c 1800.
Leather attache case belonging to Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 19th century.
'Sport From the Statue by Thorneycroft', 1854-1858
Viaduct across the Sankey Valley, Warrington, Cheshire, February 1831.
UNITED KINGDOM. ENGLAND. Birmingham. Industrial Revolution.Birmingham in 1860, by Percival Skelton. Engraving.
Mahogany medicine chest, 19th century.
England, Shropshire, Ironbridge. Snow on the banks of the River Severn at Ironbridge, Telford.
Brunel´s coaking machine, c 1804.
Trevithick steam locomotive, October 1804.
´Puffing Billy´ steam locomotive, outside the Patent Museum, London, 1876.
Chest of dental instruments, c 1840-1870.
Benjamin Fothergill, c 1850s.
Baron Jean Baptiste Fourier, French mathematician, c 1810.
A selection of early synthetic dyes and dyed material, mid 19th century.
Observations from Rastrick´s notebook of the Rainhill trials, 1829.
Sir William Fothergill Cooke, English inventor, c 1870s.
Clanny’s first safety lamp for mines, c 1813.
Clipper Steamship Stirling Castle. 19th century. Colored engraving.
Pisa, The Leaning Tower, eastern extremity of Cathedral´, 25 June 1841.
Bradley Mine, West Midlands, c 1808.
´Nelson´s Column under Construction, Trafalgar Square, London´, April 1844.
Doges´ Palace, Venice, Italy, c 1841.
Incense burner, Indian, 1801-1900.
Textile factory, Carlsviks, Stockholm, Sweden, c 1840.
Abraham Rees, English encyclopedist, 1796.
Lenton Station, Lincolnshire, 19th century.
John Russell Hind, astronomer, 1854-1866.
John Scott Russell, Scottish naval architect and engineer, c 1860-1869.
Jacques de Vaucanson milling cutter, 1833-1928.
Manchester & Leeds Railway first class carriage, c 1844.
England, Shropshire, Ironbridge. The famous Iron Bridge over the River Severn at the Ironbridge Gorge in Winter.
Cyanotype of Aspidium trapezoides, 1853
Isambard Kingdom Brunel, English engineer, c 1850s.
´Principal eminences of the British Isles´, 1852.
Details of ´Novelty´ from Rastrick´s notebook, Rainhill Trials, 1829.
Detail of printout from Babbage’s Difference Engine No 2, 2002.
The first Channel crossing by balloon, 7 January 1785.
Christian Doppler, Austrian physicist, c 1840s.
Boulton and Watt Chelsea Waterworks Pumping Engine, c 1780.
Workers at George Spill & Company, Stepney Green, London, 1855-1864.
Assouan, Egypt, 1856-1860.
Model of Montgolfier balloon.
James Manby Gully, physician, 1876