11 x 14” heavy brown photo album that measures around 3” thick. Contains around 136 photos which look to be albumen prints, measuring between 3.5 x 4.75” and 5 x 3.5” which are glued to the thick, gilded-edge pages. The prints are accompanied by neatly handwritten annotations identifying the places in the photos. The album starts in the University of Oxford and Lincoln Cathedral. The album then moves to the Borgund Stave Church in Norway, the city of Bergan, the Romsdalsfjord, the Göta Canal, Stockholm, and Copenhagen. While most of the prints are of waterfalls, glaciers, hotels and other buildings, there are also photos of tourists on a ship and some gorgeous photos of the sunset on the water. There are also photos of people that the annotations identify as “Lapp peasants”, “Hardanger peasants”, and “Thelemarken peasants.” The album is likely from the mid to late 1800s. The pages are in sections and detached from the covers which have rubbing and edge wear.