'View of Taplow from Maidenhead Bridge' by Thomas McLean, 1818
Colour print of the river with barges travelling on the river past an island with eel bucks. Buildings on the bank in the distance amongst the trees.
'The Weir from Marlow Bridge'
Print by William Havell, engraved by Robert Havell and published by Thomas McLean in London 1818.
The print shows some people fishing on a river below a weir, a barge transporting goods and some men working on the weir. Trees and a white building are in the background.
Coloured aquatint entitled ' Abingdon Bridge and Church' engraved by Robert Havell after a watercolour by William Havell, 1811.
Landscape of the river at Abingdon, flowing under a stone arched bridge with the church spire in the background.
'Oxford Beating Cambridge at Henley, June 10, 1829'
Framed copy of a print of the 1829 Boat Race.
The Oxford & Cambridge Rowing Match at Henley on Thames 1829
Drawn by W. Havell. Engraved by John Pye II as one of a series for 'Peacock's Polite Repository or Pocket Almanac' worked on from 1813 to 1858.
'Staines Church, With the City Stone on the Banks of the Thames'
Coloured aquatint engraved by Robert Havell after a watercolour by William Havell, 1811 and published in London by Thomes McLean on 1st August, 1818.
A view across the river to a church on the opposite bank. There is a rainbow in the sky and men working in boats on the river in the foreground.
'Datchet Ferry near Windsor'
Print by William Havell, engraved by Robert Havell and published by Thomas McLean in 1818.
River scene of Datchet Ferry crossing the river with some passengers and a horse and carraige on it, to the tollhouse beside the bridge on the opposite bank.
'Wallingford Castle taken in 1810 while the bridge was repairing.'
Landscape of a river scene with a pair of barges in the centre of the picture. Behind them on the far bank is a coffer dam where men are working on the stone foundations of a bridge. In the centre right there is a wooden bridge and riverside buildings and in the left background an old church behind some trees. In the distance there are some ruins on the hill.
Framed aquatint engraved by Robert Havell after a watercolour by William Havell. Published as Plate No 3. in a set of 12 in 1818 as 'A Series of Picturesque Views of the River Thames' by Thomas McLean.