From Cornwall to the Isle of Mull, thousands of John Piper’s unpublished photographs of Britain are made available on Tate’s website, many of them of unidentified locations. Piper originally began taking the photographs when he worked with John Betjeman on the Shell County Guides, capturing shots of ruined abbeys, churches, old shop fronts and country inns, often fascinated by remote or forgotten places. Tate is inviting online visitors to identify the unknown locations in the photographs, spotting local buildings, landscapes or even their homes, helping to complete this historic collection. Nearly 6000 black and white negatives celebrating Britain’s countryside and architectural heritage will be published from the Tate Archive, spanning 50 years from the 1930s to the 1980s. The collection brings to light an important

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