The Frith Collection
Reproduced courtesy of Francis Frith.
The 365,000 photographs, covering 7,000 cities, towns and villages, in the Francis Frith Collection were taken between 1860 and 1970 and provide an extraordinarily detailed visual record of the enormous social and structural changes that have taken place in Britain over the period. Each city, town or village has an average of 80 photographs, some taken from the same spot over many years. Now you have the opportunity to own one of these remarkable photographs.
Click on the photograph to visit the Frith Collection website.
Whatever your reason for being interested in the past, Cassini’s maps are perfect at helping to bring the history of your area to life. Cassini Historical Maps are created from Ordnance Survey’s definitive mapping series, surveyed and printed from the early 19th century onwards. Digitally enhanced, enlarged, exactly matching present-day Ordnance Survey's Landranger® maps and immaculately printed, there has never been a better way of discovering the landscape of the past.
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