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Choose from 666 pictures in our Striking 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.

National coal strike - demands of miners 1912 Featured Print

National coal strike - demands of miners 1912

National coal strike, to secure a minimum wage that lasted from February to early April 1912. This table shows how the wages differ per day in Great Britain and Ireland during 1910, of boys, youths, men and women.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1912, Britain, Coal, Country, Day, Demand, England, Industry, Kingdom, Men, Miner, Miners, Minimum, Money, Nationwide, Strike, Striking, United, Wage, Wages

Tornadic supercell thunderstorm Featured Print

Tornadic supercell thunderstorm

Tornadic supercell thunderstorm. Bolts of cloud- to-cloud lightning in a supercell thunderstorm at sunset. A tornado is seen forming at bottom centre. A supercell thunderstorm is a severe long- lived storm within which the wind speed and direction changes with height. This produces a strong rotating updraft of warm air, known as a mesocyclone, and a separate downdraft of cold air. Tornadoes may form in the mesocyclone, in which case the storm is classified as a tornadic supercell thunderstorm. The storms also produce torrential rain and hail. Photographed on 10 June 2004 in Red Cloud, Nebraska, USA.

© Chris Gullikson/Jim Reed Photography/Science Photo Library

Advertisement for The Graphic Featured Print

Advertisement for The Graphic

A striking advertisement for weekly illustrated magazine, The Graphic (founded 1869 by William Luson Thomas), showing a busy street scene with buses and trams advertising the paper. The tag line reads, Through Life's Traffic, Grab the Graphic. Published in The Bystander, sister paper of the Graphic. By the following year, both publications had been bought by the Illustrated London News and became part of the 'Great Eight'. Date: 1927

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