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Go See: 1926: Britain Through the Lens at Getty Images Gallery

Getty Images Gallery
A cow being milked on a platform at Kings’ Cross Railway Station, London
Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images

1926:  Britain Through The Lens, is opening at the Getty Images Gallery on May 18th. It takes us back to the year when Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born.  In exploring both daily life and the events of ninety years ago, the exhibition reveals some intriguing similarities and some inevitable contrasts. The images were researched from Getty Images’ world-famous Hulton Archive and hand printed from the original glass plate negatives using time-honoured methods.
The exhibition runs until  2nd July and admission is free. Getty Images Gallery is situated in central London, just a stone’s throw away from Oxford Circus.

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