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Boats and barges on the River Thames, below London Bridge, taken by Charles Job (1853-1930). Job was a noted pictorial photographer, best known for his photographs of English rural landscapes. He first took up photography in about 1870 and became a member of the Royal Photographic Society in 1893 and the Linked Ring in 1900. He showed his work for many years in national and international exhibitions.
'The Thames Below London Bridge', c 1900.