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  • 18th and 19th Century Gallery

    Laing Art Gallery, New Bridge Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AG

    Important Pre-Raphaelite paintings by William Holman Hunt and Edward Burne-Jones.

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  • James Watt and our World

    Science Museum

    Explore the legendary attic workshop of engineer James Watt, preserved as it was when he died in 1819.

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  • Energy Hall

    Science Museum

    The Energy Hall traces the remarkable story of steam and how it shaped the world we live in today.

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  • Trade Expansion and Legal Quay: 1600 – 1800

    Museum of London Docklands, No. 1 Warehouse West India Quay Hertsmere Road, London, E14 4AL

    As the British Empire spread across the globe, London became a world centre for trade.

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  • First Port of Empire: 1840 – 1939

    Museum of London Docklands, No. 1 Warehouse West India Quay Hertsmere Road, London, E14 4AL

    This busy gallery tells the story of the Docks in its heyday, when London was the capital of the world’s largest empire, and its port handled vast quantities of goods from around the world.

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  • London, Sugar & Slavery

    Museum of London Docklands, No. 1 Warehouse West India Quay Hertsmere Road, London, E14 4AL

    In the setting of this historic sugar warehouse, the London, Sugar & Slavery gallery reveals how London’s involvement in slavery has shaped the capital since the 17th century.

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  • Gallery VI: 400 years of European art

    Gallery VI: 400 years of European art

    Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

    A gallery of artwork, all focusing on the theme of “400 years of European art”.

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  • Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle

    Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle

    Royal Museums Greenwich

    Yinka Shonibare’s sculpture Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle is on permanent display at the National Maritime Museum.

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  • George Romney

    Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Abbot Hall, Kendal, LA9 5AL

    On display in the Georgian interiors downstairs at Abbot Hall is a selection of works by George Romney (1734-1802), one of the greatest of all eighteenth-century portrait painters.

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  • City and River 1820 – 1840

    Museum of London Docklands, No. 1 Warehouse West India Quay Hertsmere Road, London, E14 4AL

    Vast new docks brought immense changes to London’s river and port.

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