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Choose from 899 pictures in our Running 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.

Womens Vote Featured Print

Womens Vote

1853: A cartoon about the effects of giving women the vote with the ladies candidate being a dashing young man and the men's just the opposite. Illustration - Cruikshank - The Rights of Women or The Effects of Female Enfranchisement (Photo by Rischgitz/Getty Images)

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Tyrannosaurus rex hunting Featured Print

Tyrannosaurus rex hunting

Tyrannosaurus rex hunting. Computer artwork of a Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur hunting an Ornithomimus dinosaur. T. rex was among the largest carnivorous dinosaurs. It was about 6 metres tall and weighed about 7 tonnes. T. rex lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. The head is heavily built and has the sharp teeth of a predator. T. rex is thought to have scavenged as well as hunted for food. The Ornithomimus dinosaur was about 6 metres long and 2 metres tall. It was an omnivore. It was fast and agile, thought to have been capable of speeds of up to 70 kilometres per hour. It lived from 76-65 million years ago

© Mark Garlick/Science Photo Library

Non-stop ! The famous Windmill Theatre girls work hard, but they know how to play Featured Print

Non-stop ! The famous Windmill Theatre girls work hard, but they know how to play

Non-stop !
The famous Windmill Theatre girls work hard, but they know how to play when they get a brief break between shows. London's own beach by the Thames at Tower Bridge is near enough to the theatre for the girls to change into swimsuits and enjoy a brief breather with hundreds of Londoners who are enjoying a spell of early summer. Picture shows left-to-right Josephine Hamlett, Jill Anstey, Anita D'Ray, Avril Amos, Toni Leighton and Mavis Greenaway springing on the beach as the Tower Bridge go up in the background.
30 May 1947