Product images of Greenwich Park for the London Magazine
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Greenwich Park for the London Magazine
An 18th century view showing the Queen's House under its title of the 'Ranger's House' as it was both during and after the period it was residence of the Governor of Greenwich Hospital (who held both posts until 1743), and then the Ranger's alone until 1806. The Observatory and the hill on which it stands are also identified as 'Flamsteed House' and 'Flamsteed Hill', with the vanished Keeper's House near the modern Bandstand.
Original size: 260 mm x 155 mm
- Image reference: PU2184
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London