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Choose from 919 pictures in our Office collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Youth Groups - Boy Scouts - Leaping Scout - West Yorkshire Featured Print

Youth Groups - Boy Scouts - Leaping Scout - West Yorkshire

Life long scout, 79 year-old George Corner, jumps over his personal pillar-box in the garden of his home in Batley, West Yorkshire. He bought the box from the Post Office so he can keep in trim for his "woggle-hopping", the top of the box normally reaches the woggle of his scout's neckerchief. He recently raised 1, 000 for handicapped children from leap frogging over the mail boxes

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Mr. Alderman Owden, the new Lord Mayor of London, illustration from 'The Illustrated Featured Print

Mr. Alderman Owden, the new Lord Mayor of London, illustration from 'The Illustrated

XJF488944 Mr. Alderman Owden, the new Lord Mayor of London, illustration from 'The Illustrated London News', 1877 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir Thomas Owden was Lord Mayor of London in 1877.); English, out of copyright

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Alderman, Beard, Bearded, Chain, Collar, Councillor, Half Length, Illustration, London, Lord Mayor, Male, Mayoral, Office, Official, Owden, Portrait, Robes, Sir Thomas

GWR Wartime Emergency Headquarters in Berkshire, 1940 Featured Print

GWR Wartime Emergency Headquarters in Berkshire, 1940

A busy office scene pictured here in 1940. This office was part of the GWR's Emergency Headquarters located at Aldermaston, Berkshire. 12 departments were evacuated from the head office at Paddington at the start of the war and relocated to this purpose built site, comprising of 6 separate buildings. Special trains conveyed clerical staff from their homes to the station at Aldermaston each day. Other country houses on the outskirts of London were also used to accommodate head office workers.