Entrance to Trafalgar Square underground station around 1906, (now Charing Cross Station)
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It's one of the most famous landmarks in the UK - and this unique shot shows Nelson's Column under construction in April 1844.

It's one of the most famous landmarks in the UK - and this unique shot shows Nelson's Column under construction in April 1844.

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Nelson's Column Trafalgar Square Coffee Mug

Nelson's Column Trafalgar Square Coffee Mug

Americanflat Nelson's Column London Framed Wall Art, Multicolor

Americanflat Nelson's Column London Framed Wall Art, Multicolor

HMS Queen Elizabeth is being built in sections, which are then transported by sea to the Number 1 Dock at Rosyth, just north of Edinburgh, to be welded together

HMS Queen Elizabeth is being built in sections, which are then transported by sea to the Number 1 Dock at Rosyth, just north of Edinburgh, to be welded together

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'The shame of Hot Springs' Rex Nelson's column on the closing of the Majestic Hotel

'The shame of Hot Springs' Rex Nelson's column on the closing of the Majestic Hotel

This is spring 1905 and the Steeplejack firm of W. Larkins Co Ltd. are at work cleaning Nelson's Column for the first time since it was erected in 1843.

This is spring 1905 and the Steeplejack firm of W. Larkins Co Ltd. are at work cleaning Nelson's Column for the first time since it was erected in 1843.

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Trafalgar Square before the building of Nelson's Column

Trafalgar Square before the building of Nelson's Column

View looking across Trafalgar Square from Charing Cross, towards the National Gallery and Nelson's Column, St Martin's Church on the far right, in the foreground to the left is the equestrian statue of Charles I, the surrounding streets busy with pedestrians, riders, coaches and carriages.  1852  Colour lithograph

View looking across Trafalgar Square from Charing Cross, towards the National Gallery and Nelson's Column, St Martin's Church on the far right, in the foreground to the left is the equestrian statue of Charles I, the surrounding streets busy with pedestrians, riders, coaches and carriages. 1852 Colour lithograph

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