British Isles (island group)
Found in 924 Collections and/or Records:
Captioned 'Campbell Gray' in bottom right-hand corner.
Cannon of Muhammed II, cast A.H. 868 (A.D. 1464): Enlarged view. Shewing [sic.] the manner in which the body of the gun and powder chamber are screwed together. They weigh, respectively 8 tons 16 cwt 3 qrs, and 9 tons 18 cwt [1860s], 1860 - 1869
Cannon of Muhammed II, cast A.H. 868 (A.D. 1464): View taken from behind. The man in the background is holding a Copper ladle for introducing the powder [1860s], 1860 - 1869
70 x 45 mm.
70 x 40 mm.
45 x 70 mm.
70 x 45 mm.
110 x 80 mm.
176 x 117 mm. A group portrait, taken at the top of a hill, with sea or a loch in the background. Identified beneath the print are: Lt Col Tyers; Guide; Capt Hammell, CB; Cdr Noel; Secretary Donaldson; Fleet paymaster Curgens.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Men at work].
70 x 50 mm.
50 x 70 mm.
221 x 170 mm. (oval print). Showing two Army cadets seated in a carriage and pair in front of the entrance to an unidentified building (possibly the Military Academy at Woolwich).
180 x 140 mm. (vignetted oval print). Showing a group of Army Cadets poling a raft (composed of wooden barrels strapped to timbers) across a stretch of water. A triangular block and tackle on the craft supports the barrel of a cannon. A photograph probably taken during a course at the Woolwich Militay Academy. The print is stamped: 'Photo. Estab. War Dept.'
190 x 144 mm. A view looking along a beach towards distant cliffs, with a figure posed behind a ruined house in the foreground. Exact location unidentified, probably near Castletownsend [i.e. Castletownshend ?], County Cork.
189 x 145 mm. A view looking along the waterfront towards the house seen in the preceding print, with a church on the hill in the background.
197 x 148 mm. Showing the east wing of Castletownsend [i.e. Castletownshend] House, a building with two square crenellated wings connected by a centre part.
184 x 137 mm. Showing the estuary at Castletownsend [i.e. Castletownshend ?] (in County Cork, four miles E SE of Skibbereen with sailing and rowing boats beached in the foreground.
194 x 149 mm. A view looking along the beach of the harbour estuary, with a woodland path at the left.
Original photograph. Captioned 'Photo. Campbell-Gray' in bottom right-hand corner.
165 x 122 mm. A view of a bridge and waterfall.
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