Story posted: Friday, 27. May 2011 by Andrew Danskin
Another new gallery has been added, for images of Victorian Britain. This will comprise topographical views taken from c1850 up to 1899 and enables us to upload some of the very early photographs we have, instead of waiting until we have enough views of a particular place to make it worthwhile creating a new gallery for it. If you are searching for a particular place, simply type the name into the Search box and it will find all of the views from the various galleries. Cheltenham, for instance, can now be found in Victorian Britain, Gloucestershire Railways and Places By County.
A considerable number of new images has also now been added into the British Social History gallery, so virtually all of the images uploaded to the site are now live and can be accessed, meaning the counter on the front page is now reasonably accurate. It will never be correct because it counts all of the images on the site, some of which are smaller and for display purposes only.
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