A View of the Tower of London from the South-East

Object Title

A View of the Tower of London from the South-East

A View of the Tower of London from the South-East

Date

Early 19th Century

Reference

TOL PED/TOWER/88

Level

File

Scope and Content

A View of the Tower of London, from the south-east, showing the Pool of London with shipping and London Bridge and Southwark Bridge in the background. A view of the Wharf, with the proof house and other buildings, the entrance from St Katherine's and the east drawbridge clearly shown. There are figures in the foreground and a sentry guarding the entrances. Within the Tower the Ordnance office of c.1770 and the Irish Barracks and east side of the present Armouries are visible with the White Tower and Clock Turret of the Grand Storehouse behind.

W. Daniel, 'London', Plate 2.

Coloured aquatint.
Drawn, Engraved and Published by William Daniell, No. 9 Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, London, August 1 1804.

Extent

1 print

Access Conditions

Open Access

Contents

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