Single Image Page

Single Image Page

Title

CRYSTAL PALACE, SYDENHAM, UPPER NORWOOD

The Crystal Palace, Sydenham Hill. Originally built in 1851 for the Great Exhibition at Hyde Park and re-erected here as The Crystal Palace in 1852-1854. Burnt down in 1936. View of the trial of Steam Fire Engines in the grounds of the Palace in 1863.Engraving by unknown artist from a book published by Hudson and Kearns Ltd. for the auction on the 28th November 1911.Ref: 18/831/p.14b

Copies cannot be purchased on the site as the image is copyright to a third party.
Please send enquiries about copies and use to archives@lambeth.gov.uk.


Details
Collection:
Image type:Photograph
Artist:
Ref:01444
Original ref:18/831/p.14B
Date:1863

1850 - 1875BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREEMERGENCY SERVICESENTERTAINMENTPeoplePhotographUPPER NORWOOD

Buy This Print

Buy This Print

Size Price (inc VAT) Shipping UK
(6"x4" & 10"x8" £2.50)
(Other £3.99)
Worldwide
(£5.99)
6"x4" £8.75
10"x8" £15.50
16"x12" £25.00
20"x16" £31.25

Other Photos Nearby

Other Photos Near Map