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Queen Victoria and her Children

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Young Queen Victoria
 
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Marriage of Victoria and Albert
 
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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
 
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Young Queen Victoria and her family
 
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Portrait of Queen Victoria
 
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Portrait of Queen Victoria
 
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Prince Albert 1842
 
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Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha
 
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Albert memorial
 
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Portrait of Queen Victoria 1887
 
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Victoria the Princess Royal
 
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Prince Edward at his coronation
 
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1901 portrait of Princess Louise
 
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Princess Alice
 
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Prince Alfred the Duke of Edinburgh
 
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Princess Helena
 
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Prince Leopold
 
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Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice
 
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Princess Beatrice
 
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Children in Victorian Times

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Exploited children cartoon
 
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Children at work in a coal mine
 
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Child working as a chimney sweep
 
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Dragging coal tubs
 
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Working as a door boy
 
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Child miner
 
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Sorting coal
 
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Kind of factory children would work in
 
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Two middle class daughters. They didn't work
 
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Working in a machine shop
 
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Coal pickers
 
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Scavengers and piecers
 
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Scavengers and piecers
 
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Working in a textile mill
 
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Working in a textile mill
 
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Thomas Savage a child criminal
 
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Portrait of a child from a well to-do family
 
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Poor children in the workhouse
 
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Victorian Christmas

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Christmas with a rich family
 
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Christmas plate
 
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Victorian Christmas jig saw
 
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Christmas card
 
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Christmas card
 
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Christmas card
 
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Christmas card
 
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Child's gift
 
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Parlour decorated for Christmas
 
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Parlour decorated for Christmas
 
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Christmas party
 
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Decorated parlour
 
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The custom of the decorated tree introduced to Britain by Prince Albert
 
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Victorian Christmas stocking
 
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Queen Victoria's Christmas dinner menu
 
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Victorian Clothes

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Working man's clothes
 
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Children's clothes
 
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Children's clothes
 
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Portrait of a child
 
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Shoes
 
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Ladies' corset
 
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Apon style busstle dress
 
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Bertha neckline
 
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Mother and daughter clothes
 
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Crinoline dresses
 
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Full crinoline
 
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Early Victorian
 
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Evening gown with a train
 
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Green train
 
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Slim fitted train dress
 
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Tailored suit
 
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Tiered frill busstle dress
 
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Victorian ladies
 
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Victorian fashions
 
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Victorian Events

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Tea time
 
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Crystal Palace
 
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The Great Exhibition
 
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The Great Exhibition
 
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The Great Exhibition
 
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The Great Exhibition
 
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The Great Exhibition
 
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Famous People

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Alexander Graham Bell
 
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Charles Darwin
 
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Charles Dickens
 
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Charles Dickens
 
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Charles parnell
 
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
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David Livingstone
 
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Benjamin Disraeli
 
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Thomas Edison
 
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Florence Nightingale
 
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The lady with the lamp
 
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W.G.Grace
 
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W.G.Grace
 
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Horatio Nelson
 
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Joseph Lister
 
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Louis Carroll
 
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Robert Stephenson
 
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Cecil Rhodes
 
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Robert Peel
 
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Percy Bysshe Shelley
 
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Alfred Lord tennyson
 
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William Ewart Gladstone
 
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Homes

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Victorian Gothic style house."Addams family"
 
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Terraced house
 
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Bathroom
 
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Bathtime
 
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Tin bath
 
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Outside toilet
 
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Earth closet
 
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Kitchen at Beamish museum
 
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Kitchen
 
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Cooking in the oven heated by the fire
 
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Kitchen parlour
 
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Mrs Beeton's book oh household management
 
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Knife cleaner
 
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Kitchen utensils
 
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Laundry
 
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Washboard and possers
 
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Mangle
 
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Crimping iron
 
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Iron
 
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Irons
 
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Doing the washing
 
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Cast iron radiator
 
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Cast iron fireplace
 
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The parlor
 
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The parlor
 
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Music at home
 
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A walled garden
 
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Inventions

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Penny Black
 
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Electro motor printing telegraph
 
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Steam carriage
 
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Charles Babbage
 
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Babbage's difference engine
 
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Bicycle for two
 
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel
 
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Brunel's Royal Albert bridge in Devon
 
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Clifton suspension bridge
 
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Menai suspension bridge
 
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Victorian dentistry at Beamish
 
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An early water closet
 
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The Rocket
 
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Stephenson's Rocket
 
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Samuel Morse
 
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Launch of SS Great Britain
 
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Victorian microscope
 
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Law and Order

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Caricature of shool punishments
 
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Convict ship HMS Warrior
 
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HMS Warrior
 
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Below decks on HMS Warrior
 
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Convicts crammed in cells
 
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The guilty could be hanged for many crimes
 
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Newspaper headline
 
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Dennis Fairey aged 9yrs
 
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Manacles
 
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Millbank prison in London
 
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Prison cell
 
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A meaningless punishment
 
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Working on the treadmill
 
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Robert Peel inventor of the modern police force
 
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Life in the City

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Billingsgate fish market, London
 
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Inner city slum
 
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Slum housing
 
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Mobile shop
 
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London smog
 
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City street Sevendials
 
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Shops
 
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Stepcote
 
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Victorian shops Prestonhall museum _ Cleveland
 
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Victorian shops Prestonhall museum _ Cleveland
 
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Victorian shops Prestonhall museum _ Cleveland
 
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Victorian shops Prestonhall museum _ Cleveland
 
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Victorian shops Prestonhall museum _ Cleveland
 
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Victorian shops Prestonhall museum _ Cleveland
 
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Victorian quarter - Leeds
 
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Victorian quarter - Leeds
 
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Victorian quarter - Leeds
 
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Life in the Country

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Braunston village
 
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Rural transport
 
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Wedding in the village
 
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Locality

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Interior of a grand Victorian building
 
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Manchester Town Hall
 
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Arches and columns
 
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House in Victorian style
 
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Victorian spiral staircase
 
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Grand Victorian staircase
 
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Victorian mansion
 
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Pastimes

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Children playing
 
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Cupball
 
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Cycling
 
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Playing hoops
 
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Jacob's ladder
 
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Piano girls
 
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Simple toys
 
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Dressed for tennis
 
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The Poor

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Preparing food
 
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Cottage industry, making garters
 
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Cottage industry, repairing trousers
 
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Middle class family portrait
 
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Middle class family portrait
 
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Middle class family portrait
 
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Vagrants
 

The Rich

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Rich family ball
 
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School

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Text book
 
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Victorian classroom
 
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Ragged school
 
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Lessons
 
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Classroom
 
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Classroom
 
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Role playing
 

Seaside

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A bathing hut
 
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Swimming hut
 
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Seaside bustle
 
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Early Victorian swimwear
 
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Swimwear
 
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Toys

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Simple toys
 
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Toy cart made from tin
 
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Victorian doll
 
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Transport

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Early passenger carriage
 
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Engine 46220 at York Railway museum
 
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Travelling mail coach
 
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Puffin Billy
 
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Liverpool Street station
 
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Handsome cab
 
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Hen and chicks
 
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Mailcoach
 
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Omnibus
 
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Penny farthing
 
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Women

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At home
 
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Woman in pink
 
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Victoria and her children
 
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Charlotte Bronte
 
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Christina Rossetti
 
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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson
 
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Elizabeth Barret Browning
 
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Elizabeth Blackwell
 
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George Eliot
 
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Mary Seacole
 
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Women at work making locks
 
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Work

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19th century maids
 
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At the animal market
 
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Cross sweeps
 
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Labourers
 
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Rubbish carter
 
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Waiting to be hired
 
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Women in a mine
 
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Entrance to a workhouse
 
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At a sawmill
 
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Victorian Artefacts


The following photographs are courtesy of Paul Elliott, Martongate School, Bridlington.
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Bottles
 
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Carpet beater
 
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Doctor's case
 
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Flat-irons
 
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Hanging frying pan
 
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Jam jar
 
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Jelly mould
 
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kettle
 
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Lamps
 
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Medicine bottles
 
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Posher
 
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Spinning top
 

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