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News: 24 June 2019

Find out more about a new website.

You can now search over ONE MILLION descriptions of photographs and records on our new website English Heritage Archives.

This shows some of the items held in the archive. For photographs, the search result will give you information about a photograph held - even though in most cases you won't be able to see the image online. This means you can get a more detailed picture of what we hold in the archive and if you're interested in seeing the photo or record, you can order a copy or arrange to visit the Public Search Room in Swindon.

There are over 10 million photographs, records, plans, and reports held by us, the National Monuments Record, the public archive of English Heritage. So if you can't see what you're looking for online - do contact us our Enquiry and Research Services team and we'll be able to search for you.

Images of England - A Quick Reminder.

This photographic archive is a historic record from the turn of the century; it is a snapshot of the built environment at a moment in time. For up to date information on listed buildings go to Listed Buildings Online on the Heritage Gateway.

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Battersea power Station, London
Battersea Power Station seen from the north bank of the Thames. It was designed in 1937 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and was the largest brick building in Europe. Taken by Eric de Mare, between 1945 and 1980. This is one of the historic images which can be seen on English Heritage Archives. Reference: AA98/05903. © English Heritage.NMR

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