Provides research resources for the study of all aspects of Victorian Britain.
British smuggling in the 18th and 19th centuries. Directions to smugglers' pubs, coves, caves and tunnels, together with the full, indexed text of a book on smuggling.
Information about Dr.William Palmer, the "Rugeley Poisoner", the "Prince of Poisoners", a nineteenth century Staffordshire character, his life, his crimes, his trial and public hanging.
Victorian artefacts, objects, news, photographs, presented in an innovative way for schools, parents and those interested in the Victorian era.
Explores how the British nation acquired and governed an empire greater in size than any in history and how the Victorians adapted to the idea of imperialism.
Digitisation project examining social, political and economic developments in Victorian Britain (1837-1901). Sections on health, transport, education, housing, work and industry. Biographies of prominent Victorians.
A survey of British and European culture in the early 19th century including: George IV, Princess Charlotte, The Crown Jewels of France and England, Napoleon's Carriage, the evolution of boxing, the tea table, period card games, the evolution of the thoroughbred, period fly-fishing, a growing selection of London addresses.
An online museum of Victorian-era British military photographs from the far corners of the empire.
Sir Robert Peel dominated parliament throughout the period 1830-50. Marjie Bloy covers many social, political and economic issues of the period.
Archive of Punch cartoons by John Leech 1841-1860, indexed by keywords, title and year.