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Choose from 1,363 pictures in our Transportation collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Fine Art Storehouse.


Dominion Monarch Featured Transportation Print

Dominion Monarch

The liner QSMV Dominion Monarch, of the Shaw Savill Line, at Cape Town, South Africa, circa 1950. Built in 1938 by Swan Hunter, the ship operated a UK to New Zealand service until it was scrapped in 1962. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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104109359, 17213, J161627401, Ship, Passenger, Black, People, Ship, Sea, Outdoors, Day, No, White, Diry

blue, british, history, horizontal, locomotive, mallard, no people, public transport Featured Transportation Print

blue, british, history, horizontal, locomotive, mallard, no people, public transport

blue, british, history, horizontal, locomotive, mallard, no people, public transport, side view, smoke, steam train, studio shot, train, transportation, watercolour painting, white background, 20th century, Dorling Kindersley Prints, 98193347

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20th Century, 98193347, Blue, British, History, Horizontal, Locomotive, Mallard, No People, Public Transport, Side View, Smoke, Steam Train, Studio Shot, Train, Transportation, Watercolour Painting, White Background

Loss of the HMS Birkenhead Featured Transportation Print

Loss of the HMS Birkenhead

"Vintage engraving from 1878 showing the loss of the Birkenhead. The Birkenhead was an iron paddle steamer of 1400 tons, and was launched in December 1845. On 26 February 1852, while transporting troops to Algoa Bay, she was wrecked at Danger Point near Gansbaai on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa. There were not enough serviceable lifeboats for all the passengers, and the soldiers famously stood firm, thereby allowing the women and children to board the boats safely. Only 193 of the 643 people on board survived."

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