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Entrance Collection (#2)

"Journey through Time: Captivating Entrances from Around the World" Step back in time to 1906 as you enter the historic Tottenham Hotspur football ground

Background imageEntrance Collection: United States, Florida, St Pete Beach, Gulf Of Mexico, Don CeSar Hotel, Pink Palace

United States, Florida, St Pete Beach, Gulf Of Mexico, Don CeSar Hotel, Pink Palace, 1928, National Register Of Historic Places

Background imageEntrance Collection: Greece, Santorini. A picturesque blue door is surrounded by pink bougainvillea in Firostefani

Greece, Santorini. A picturesque blue door is surrounded by pink bougainvillea in Firostefani

Background imageEntrance Collection: The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London

The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London
Board-mounted promotional poster for The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London - designed and erected under the personal superintendence of Mr. H. H. Bridgeman ARIBA Arch

Background imageEntrance Collection: Methodist College, Belfast

Methodist College, Belfast - a view from the entrance gates. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Antrim: Belfast). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageEntrance Collection: Trinity College of Music, Mandeville Place, London

Trinity College of Music, Mandeville Place, London -- Entrance Hall, showing main staircase leading upwards. circa 1922

Background imageEntrance Collection: Pier entrance, Imperial Beach, San Diego, California, United States of America, North

Pier entrance, Imperial Beach, San Diego, California, United States of America, North America

Background imageEntrance Collection: Al Khazneh (The Treasury), Petra, Jordan

Al Khazneh (The Treasury), Petra, Jordan
This little wonder measures 82 feet (25 meters) wide and 128 feet (39 meters) high. Its an absolute stunner and the first thing you see after walking through the canyon

Background imageEntrance Collection: Tooting Bec Asylum, Surrey

Tooting Bec Asylum, Surrey
A woman pushes a pram at the entrance to the Tooting Bec Asylum at Tooting Graveney, erected in 1899-1903 by the Metropolitan Asylums Board

Background imageEntrance Collection: Housesteads Roman Fort J000117

Housesteads Roman Fort J000117
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS ROMAN FORT (VERCOVICIUM), Northumberland. Reconstruction drawing of the North Gate in the 2nd century AD by Philip Corke

Background imageEntrance Collection: Birdoswald Roman Fort J050054

Birdoswald Roman Fort J050054
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. Reconstruction drawing by Philip Corke of the main West gate in the mid 3rd century AD

Background imageEntrance Collection: Staffordshire County Asylum, Cheddleton, near Leek

Staffordshire County Asylum, Cheddleton, near Leek
The Staffordshire County Lunatic Asylum was established in 1898 on Cheadle Road, Cheddleton, near Leek. It was later known as Staffordshire Mental Hospital, then St Edwards Mental Hospital

Background imageEntrance Collection: Asylum Lodge, Devizes, Wiltshire

Asylum Lodge, Devizes, Wiltshire
The entrance lodge to the County Lunatic Asylum at Devizes, Wiltshire opened in 1851. In 1924 it was renamed Wiltshire County Mental Hospital, then in 1948 renamed Roundway Hospital

Background imageEntrance Collection: Dorking General Hospital, Surrey

Dorking General Hospital, Surrey
Aerial view of Dorking General Hospital on Horsham Road, Dorking, Surrey. Designed by William Shearburn, the building opened in 1841 as the Dorking Union workhouse

Background imageEntrance Collection: Gypsy Woman on Caravan

Gypsy Woman on Caravan
A Gypsy woman stands by the entrance to the family caravan on an encampment in Surrey as a pet dog looks on

Background imageEntrance Collection: Stone Asylum, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

Stone Asylum, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Entrance to the Buckinghamshire County Lunatic Asylum at Stone, near Aylesbury. A porter stands at the right of the gateway

Background imageEntrance Collection: Bloomingdales

Bloomingdales, New York, USA

Background imageEntrance Collection: Audley End N071143

Audley End N071143
AUDLEY END HOUSE, Essex. Detail of the East door and bed of tulips in the parterre gardens

Background imageEntrance Collection: The Guildhall, London BB91_17988

The Guildhall, London BB91_17988
THE GUILDHALL, City of London. The Guildhall has been the administrative headquarters of the City of London since at least the mid-12th century

Background imageEntrance Collection: Exterior view of the entrance to Villa Park football stadium

Exterior view of the entrance to Villa Park football stadium, home to Aston Villa Football Club. 1st August 1969

Background imageEntrance Collection: Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine, Fushimi ward, Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Kansai region, Japan

Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine, Fushimi ward, Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Kansai region, Japan

Background imageEntrance Collection: Ships figureheads over the gate at Castles Shipbreaking Yard, Westminster, London, 1909

Ships figureheads over the gate at Castles Shipbreaking Yard, Westminster, London, 1909
Ships figureheads over the gate at Castles Shipbreaking Yard, Baltic Wharf, Millbank, Westminster, London, March 1909. Entrance to the yard, with wooden figures salvaged from ships decorating the sign

Background imageEntrance Collection: Bunratty Castle, County Clare, Munster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Bunratty Castle, County Clare, Munster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Background imageEntrance Collection: Charon the ferryman engraving

Charon the ferryman engraving
Charon the ferryman of Hell engraving by Gustave Dore

Background imageEntrance Collection: Colosseum reflected at sunrise, Rome, Italy

Colosseum reflected at sunrise, Rome, Italy
The Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre) at sunrise, still illuminated by artificial light. Rome, Italy

Background imageEntrance Collection: Old Entrance of Porta Delgada - St. Michaels, The Azores

Old Entrance of Porta Delgada - St. Michaels, The Azores, Portugal. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageEntrance Collection: Swindon Works Tunnel Entrance, 1935

Swindon Works Tunnel Entrance, 1935
A sea of men can be seen leaving the Works, probably at lunchtime. This was the main entrance tunnel for the Works. The doors were promptly closed after each call for work

Background imageEntrance Collection: Durham Cathedral door knocker a98_05177

Durham Cathedral door knocker a98_05177
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. The famous Sanctuary door knocker on the north door of Durham Cathedral. The north door dates from 1140. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageEntrance Collection: Mint Street Workhouse, Southwark, south London

Mint Street Workhouse, Southwark, south London
View of the entrance (right of centre) to the St Saviours Union workhouse on Mint Street, Southwark, south London. Passers-by include a man carrying a small child

Background imageEntrance Collection: Driffield Union workhouse, East Yorkshire

Driffield Union workhouse, East Yorkshire
The entrance to the union workhouse (or Poor Law Institution) on Bridlington Road, Driffield, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Two inmates can be seen on the left, sitting on a bench

Background imageEntrance Collection: Four boys in a street in the East End of London

Four boys in a street in the East End of London
Four boys walking along a street in the East End of London, passing the premises of the East End News. Two of them have bare feet. Two are wearing hoods, though it doesn t appear to be raining

Background imageEntrance Collection: Withington Hospital, Manchester

Withington Hospital, Manchester
Entrance to Withington Hospital, Nell Lane, Manchester, opened in 1855 as Chorlton Union workhouse. A horse and carriage stands outside the gates

Background imageEntrance Collection: Whipps Cross Hospital, Essex

Whipps Cross Hospital, Essex
Entrance to Whipps Cross Hospital, Leytonstone, Essex. Several patients can be see in beds on the open balconies. The hospital was opened in 1903 by the West Ham Union for the sick poor in the area

Background imageEntrance Collection: Exminster Asylum, Devon

Exminster Asylum, Devon
The administrative building of the Exminster Asylum, opened in 1845 as the Devon County Lunatic Asylum. It was later known as the Devon County Mental Hospital, then as Exminster Hospital

Background imageEntrance Collection: Barming Asylum, Maidstone, Kent

Barming Asylum, Maidstone, Kent
The main building of Barming Asylum located on Hermitage Lane, Barming Heath, Maidstone, Kent, opened in around 1833. Also known as the Kent County Lunatic Asylum, then renamed Oakwood Hospital

Background imageEntrance Collection: Wreck of the SS Chusan, Ardrossan, 1874

Wreck of the SS Chusan, Ardrossan, 1874
Engraving showing the wreck of the paddle-steamer Chusan near the entrance to Ardrossan Harbour, Scotland, 1874

Background imageEntrance Collection: Entrance to the Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York

Entrance to the Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States of America, North America

Background imageEntrance Collection: The Jordanian flag in front of Al Deir (the Monastery) at sunset, Petra

The Jordanian flag in front of Al Deir (the Monastery) at sunset, Petra, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jordan, Middle East

Background imageEntrance Collection: Ishtar Gate

Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Iraq, Middle East

Background imageEntrance Collection: Abbesses Metro station, Paris, France, Europe

Abbesses Metro station, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageEntrance Collection: Black faced sheep looking through gate on the Cotswold Way, Stanway village

Black faced sheep looking through gate on the Cotswold Way, Stanway village, The Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageEntrance Collection: Euston Arch, London CC97_01007

Euston Arch, London CC97_01007
EUSTON ARCH, London. View of the arch at Euston Station with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The arch was built by Philip Hardwick in 1837

Background imageEntrance Collection: View from Waterloo Station a062059

View from Waterloo Station a062059
WATERLOO STATION, London. Looking from an arch shaped gateway at Waterloo Station across the Thames towards Big Ben clock tower and the Houses of Parliament. John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageEntrance Collection: Smithfield Market entrance BL25748

Smithfield Market entrance BL25748
SMITHFIELD MARKET, London. A 1921 view of the grand entrance archway to Sir Horace Joness Smithfield Meat Market which opened in 1868

Background imageEntrance Collection: Regents Canal / Limehouse

Regents Canal / Limehouse
Regents Canal (Grand Union), entrance at Limehouse

Background imageEntrance Collection: Chiswick House K010138

Chiswick House K010138
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. View looking up the entrance right hand steps towards the portico

Background imageEntrance Collection: Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire K991565

Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire K991565
UPPER SLAUGHTER, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire. Detail of a wall mounted post box and wooden gate

Background imageEntrance Collection: Kings College, Cambridge K991393

Kings College, Cambridge K991393
KINGS COLLEGE, Kings Parade, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. View of the front gate with post box to the right

Background imageEntrance Collection: Windsor Castle K011600

Windsor Castle K011600
WINDSOR CASTLE, Berkshire. A misty sunrise view of the Round Tower, built 1170




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"Journey through Time: Captivating Entrances from Around the World" Step back in time to 1906 as you enter the historic Tottenham Hotspur football ground, where legends were born and dreams came alive. The grandeur of The Royal London Hospital's main entrance in Whitechapel welcomes all with open arms, a gateway to healing and compassion. Embark on an extraordinary pilgrimage along El Camino de Santiago de Compostela, where every entrance leads to spiritual enlightenment and self-discovery. Immerse yourself in the vibrant music scene of Liverpool at The Cavern Club's entrance on Matthew Street, echoing with echoes of legendary performances that shaped rock 'n' roll history. Hoover Tower stands tall near Stanford University's Main Quad, its majestic entrance symbolizing knowledge and innovation within the bustling San Francisco Bay Area. Dublin's Brazen Head pub beckons visitors into its ancient walls since 1198 AD, offering a warm embrace amidst Europe's oldest licensed establishment – a true testament to Irish hospitality. Transport yourself to Harlem during the 1930s as you catch a glimpse of the iconic Cotton Club's entrance; step inside for an unforgettable night filled with jazz rhythms and boundless energy. Discover Tintagel Castle's mystical allure as you pass through its ancient doorway perched upon Cornwall cliffs—a portal connecting past legends with present-day wonderment. St Pancras Old Church invites contemplation within its serene surroundings—a tranquil refuge nestled amid London’s bustling streets—where history whispers secrets only it knows. Travel back in time to Claridge’s Hotel in the 1940s—an elegant haven where glamorous entrances set against war-torn skies offered respite from life’s uncertainties for many weary souls. Knock on Durham Cathedral’s magnificent door knocker—the guardian of centuries-old traditions—and be transported into a world where faith, artistry, and architectural marvels intertwine.