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Piscine Deligny, Paris, 1939, KEYSTONE

Piscine Deligny, Paris, 1939, KEYSTONE

Description :

Unique vintage print coming directly from the KEYSTONE fund.

The 1928 flood was a disastrous flood of the River Thames that affected much of London on 7 January 1928, as well as places further downriver. Fourteen people died and thousands were made homeless when floodwaters poured over the top of the Thames Embankment and part of the Chelsea Embankment collapsed. It was the last major flood to affect central London, and, along with the disastrous North Sea flood of 1953, helped lead to the implementation of new flood-control measures that culminated in the construction of the Thames Barrier in the 1970s.

Photographer(s) :

Shooting date :

1928

Printing date :

1928

Topics :

  • Life Scene
  • Report
  • Towns

Signature :

Agency Stamp

State :

Good

Size (in) :

6 x 8

Image Size (in) :

6 x 8

Photo medium

Silver Print

Price :

500.00 €

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