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Crosses Collection

"Journey of Crosses: From Hannibal crossing the Alps to Sandbanks Chain Ferry No

Background imageCrosses Collection: Hannibal crossing the Alps

Hannibal crossing the Alps
Hannibal and his army crosses the Alps - an epic overland journey from Carthage to Italy during the Second Punic War in Italy (218-203 BC). Two of Hannibals war elephants are pictured

Background imageCrosses Collection: Islay Ferry

Islay Ferry
Port Askaig, a small village on the Sound, Isle of Islay Argyllshire, Scotland. Here terminates the ferry which crosses the Sound to Feolin on Jura. The Paps of Jura beyond

Background imageCrosses Collection: Replica of St. Johns cross stands proudly in front of Iona Abbey, Isle of Iona

Replica of St. Johns cross stands proudly in front of Iona Abbey, Isle of Iona, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Summit of the Hill of the Cross, Krizevac, Medjugorje, Bosnia Herzegovina, Europe

Summit of the Hill of the Cross, Krizevac, Medjugorje, Bosnia Herzegovina, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Crossing the Forthbridge

Crossing the Forthbridge
A London and North Eastern Railway train crosses the Forth Bridge, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Date: 1930s

Background imageCrosses Collection: The Crucifixion, 1340s. Creator: Pietro Lorenzetti

The Crucifixion, 1340s. Creator: Pietro Lorenzetti
The Crucifixion, 1340s

Background imageCrosses Collection: View towards Agua volcano, Antigua, Guatemala, Central America

View towards Agua volcano, Antigua, Guatemala, Central America

Background imageCrosses Collection: Jesus on the Cross

Jesus on the Cross
Jesus and two other condemned criminals on their crosses

Background imageCrosses Collection: Royal crowns and sceptre

Royal crowns and sceptre
Symbols of imperial Majesty: St Edwards Crown, with 444 precious stones, remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, being the official coronation crown

Background imageCrosses Collection: Very Long Dachshund Dog

Very Long Dachshund Dog
A very long Dachshund causes a problem for traffic when it crosses the road with his owner. Date: 1918

Background imageCrosses Collection: Burning crosses at the annual bonfire night parade held in Lewes, East Sussex

Burning crosses at the annual bonfire night parade held in Lewes, East Sussex
England, East Sussex, Lewes, The annual bonfire night parade celebrating 17 protestant martyrs killed in the fifteen hundreds

Background imageCrosses Collection: Sandbanks Chain Ferry No. 1 - Entrance to Poole Harbour

Sandbanks Chain Ferry No. 1 - Entrance to Poole Harbour
The No.1 steam-powered Sandbanks chain ferry. Sandbanks Ferry is a vehicular chain ferry which crosses the entrance of Poole Harbour in the English county of Dorset

Background imageCrosses Collection: The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales

The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
The Newport Transporter Bridge - a transporter bridge crossing the River Usk in Newport, South Wales (Monmouthshire). A Grade I listed structure, designed by French engineer Ferdinand Arnodin

Background imageCrosses Collection: Hannibal and his army crosses the Alps

Hannibal and his army crosses the Alps - an epic overland journey from Carthage to Italy during the Second Punic War in Italy (218-203 BC). Two of Hannibals war elephants are pictured

Background imageCrosses Collection: Procession for Christian festival of Rameaux, Axoum (Axum) (Aksum), Tigre region

Procession for Christian festival of Rameaux, Axoum (Axum) (Aksum), Tigre region, Ethiopia, Africa

Background imageCrosses Collection: Caesar Crosses Rubicon

Caesar Crosses Rubicon
Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon, marking the frontier of his province, thus symbolising his intention to invade Italy

Background imageCrosses Collection: Ethiopia - Abbysinian Clergy

Ethiopia - Abbysinian Clergy Date: circa 1930s

Background imageCrosses Collection: Auld Brig o Doon, Ayr, Scotland

Auld Brig o Doon, Ayr, Scotland
The Brig o Doon (Bridge of Doon) - a late medieval bridge used as the setting for the final verse of the Robert Burnss poem Tam o Shanter

Background imageCrosses Collection: Kaiser Wilhelm II presenting medals, Warsaw, WW1

Kaiser Wilhelm II presenting medals, Warsaw, WW1
Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), German Emperor, presenting Iron Crosses to troops in Warsaw, Poland, soon after the city was captured by the Austro-German Army during the First World War

Background imageCrosses Collection: Rail / Chat Moss / 1831

Rail / Chat Moss / 1831
LIVERPOOL - MANCHESTER RAILWAY The railway crosses the Chat Moss peat bog, a major feat of civil engineering on the part of George Stephenson

Background imageCrosses Collection: Long Dachshund Dog

Long Dachshund Dog
The solution to the problem for traffic when a very long Dachshund crosses the road with is owner. Simply tie its body in a knot

Background imageCrosses Collection: Female Blondin / Tightrope

Female Blondin / Tightrope
Madame Genevieve Young, the Female Blondin crosses the Thames between Battersea and Cremorne

Background imageCrosses Collection: Famous hill of crosses, Siauliai, Lithuania, Baltic States, Europe

Famous hill of crosses, Siauliai, Lithuania, Baltic States, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Ascension Cathedral, near Omsk, Russia

Ascension Cathedral, near Omsk, Russia
View of the Ascension Cathedral, with belfry on the left, 55km south of the city of Omsk, Siberia, Russia. It belongs to the Achairsky Monastery, which was founded in 1905

Background imageCrosses Collection: UK - Alnmouth coastal village and holiday resort, view from Church Hill, Northumberland, England, UK

UK - Alnmouth coastal village and holiday resort, view from Church Hill, Northumberland, England, UK
USH-2473 Alnmouth coastal village and holiday resort, view from Church Hill Northumberland, England, UK Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageCrosses Collection: Chamonix, France - Crossing the Bossons Glacier

Chamonix, France - Crossing the Bossons Glacier circa 1910s

Background imageCrosses Collection: Memorial to the HMS Sheffield hit offshore by Exocet missile in May 1982

Memorial to the HMS Sheffield hit offshore by Exocet missile in May 1982, Sea Lion Island, Falkland Islands, South America

Background imageCrosses Collection: Bet Giorgis church, Lalibela, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ethiopia, Africa

Bet Giorgis church, Lalibela, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ethiopia, Africa

Background imageCrosses Collection: Caesar Crosses Rubicon

Caesar Crosses Rubicon
Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon, marking the frontier of his province, thus symbolising his intention to invade Italy

Background imageCrosses Collection: Greek Orthodox icon depicting Christ on the cross, Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece

Greek Orthodox icon depicting Christ on the cross, Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Coptic cross, Wadi Natroun, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Coptic cross, Wadi Natroun, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageCrosses Collection: UK - Alnmouth coastal village and holiday resort, view from Church Hill, Northumberland, England, UK

UK - Alnmouth coastal village and holiday resort, view from Church Hill, Northumberland, England, UK
USH-2472 Alnmouth coastal village and holiday resort, view from Church Hill Northumberland, England, UK Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageCrosses Collection: The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageCrosses Collection: Golgotha and the Crucifixion, 1893. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett

Golgotha and the Crucifixion, 1893. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
Golgotha and the Crucifixion, 1893. Albumen print, stereo, from the series " The Chicago Panorama of the Crucifixion"

Background imageCrosses Collection: A Tigray woman has a cross of the Ethiopian Orthodox

A Tigray woman has a cross of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church tattooed on her forehead while two silver crosses hang round her neck

Background imageCrosses Collection: Heart of the Andes, 1859. Creator: Frederic Edwin Church

Heart of the Andes, 1859. Creator: Frederic Edwin Church
Heart of the Andes, 1859

Background imageCrosses Collection: How the elephant crosses a river

How the elephant crosses a river
A man, somewhere in the Asian subcontinent, crosses a river standing on the back of an elephant. The man has rudimentary reins attached to the elephants tusks

Background imageCrosses Collection: Concepts / Angels

Concepts / Angels
A Guardian Angel watches over a child as she crosses a dangerous bridge

Background imageCrosses Collection: Retablissement du culte catholique, 1802, (1921). Creator: Thomas-Charles Naudet

Retablissement du culte catholique, 1802, (1921). Creator: Thomas-Charles Naudet
Retablissement du culte catholique, 1802, (1921). The restoration of Catholic worship - First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

Background imageCrosses Collection: Erreurs populaires, Pluie de croix en 1503 (engraving)

Erreurs populaires, Pluie de croix en 1503 (engraving)
3644687 Erreurs populaires, Pluie de croix en 1503 (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Erreurs populaires, Pluie de croix en 1503)

Background imageCrosses Collection: Three Crosses at the castle hill, Janowiec, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland

Three Crosses at the castle hill, Janowiec, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland

Background imageCrosses Collection: Otherton Cross

Otherton Cross, near East Budleigh, Devon, England, is a Georgian brick column capped by a cross. Dated 1743, it carries plaques with place names and travel verses. Date: 18th century

Background imageCrosses Collection: Winchester City Cross

Winchester City Cross
The City Cross of Winchester, Hampshire, England, built in the reign of King Henry VI. Date: 15th century

Background imageCrosses Collection: Sitting Bulls Hat, 1897

Sitting Bulls Hat, 1897
Illustration of a hat depicting the life of Sitting Bull, the Native American Indian Chief. Tiny crescents denoted how many animals were captured by Sitting Bull

Background imageCrosses Collection: Kryziu Kalnas (Hill of Crosses), in the Siauliai area of Lithuania, Baltic States, Europe

Kryziu Kalnas (Hill of Crosses), in the Siauliai area of Lithuania, Baltic States, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Stone Cross and old lighthouse

Stone Cross and old lighthouse (Twr Mawr) in silhouette at sunset on rocky tip of Llanddwyn Island National Nature Reserve, Newborough, Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Hill of Crosses

Hill of Crosses, near Siauliai, Lithuania, Baltic States, Europe

Background imageCrosses Collection: Rock-hewn Christian church of Bieta Ghiorghis (St. George s), Lalibela

Rock-hewn Christian church of Bieta Ghiorghis (St. George s), Lalibela, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wollo region, Ethiopia, Africa



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"Journey of Crosses: From Hannibal crossing the Alps to Sandbanks Chain Ferry No. 1" The symbol has transcended time and continents, with stories like Hannibal's epic journey across the treacherous Alps, where he defied all odds. On the tranquil waters of Islay Ferry, a cross stands tall as a beacon of hope and safe passage for travelers venturing through Scotland's picturesque landscapes. Crossing the iconic Forthbridge in Scotland is not just about reaching your destination; it's also an experience that leaves you in awe of human engineering marvels. Royal crowns and sceptre adorned with intricate crosses represent power, authority, and centuries-old traditions that have shaped monarchies around the world. A replica of St. John's cross proudly graces the entrance to Iona Abbey on Isle of Iona, reminding visitors of its historical significance as a spiritual center. As you gaze towards Agua volcano in Antigua, Guatemala, Central America reveals a breathtaking view where nature meets spirituality - an intersection marked by ancient crosses. Atop Hill of the Cross in Medjugorje, Bosnia Herzegovina lies a summit that holds profound religious importance for pilgrims seeking solace and divine connection. In Lewes, East Sussex every year during bonfire night parade burning crosses illuminate the sky as part of a tradition steeped in history and remembrance. Railways have long been instrumental in connecting people across vast distances; Chat Moss bridge built-in 1831 carries trains over this marshy landscape marked by sturdy iron crosses. The Transporter at Newport serves as more than just an entryway into Monmouthshire; it represents progress and modernity while honoring traditional symbols like crosses along its path. A whimsical sight awaits those who encounter Very Long Dachshund Dog.