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The Telectroscopes open to the public –
Thursday 22nd May onwards

New York

Queuing to look through the Telectroscope.

Queuing to look through the Telectroscope.

Looking through the Telectroscope.

Looking through the Telectroscope.

The Telectroscope with the Manhattan skyline behind.

The Telectroscope with the Manhattan skyline behind.

The Telectroscope with the Manhattan skyline behind.

The Telectroscope with the Manhattan skyline behind.


London

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

The Telectroscope and the Tower of London.

© Matthew Andrews

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

Albion primary school at the London Telectroscope.

© Matthew Andrews

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

Albion primary school waving to New Yorkers.

© Matthew Andrews

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

Albion primary school waving to New Yorkers.

© Matthew Andrews

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

Albion primary school waving to New Yorkers.

© Matthew Andrews

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

Children looking through the Telectroscope.

© Matthew Andrews

Security guards looking through the Telectroscope.

Security guards looking through the Telectroscope.

© Matthew Andrews

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

© Matthew Andrews

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

© Matthew Andrews

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

© Matthew Andrews

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

The Telectroscope with City Hall and Tower Bridge.

© Matthew Andrews

Amazing discoveries…

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Alexander Stanhope St George, inventor of the Telectroscope, was inspired by a chance meeting with the great British engineer Brunel when he was still a child. St George’s great–grandson found this photograph after his grandmother’s death.