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Choose from 947 pictures in our Time 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.


BBC Television Shows - Doctor Who - The Five Doctors Featured Print

BBC Television Shows - Doctor Who - The Five Doctors

A gathering of previous time lords for the 20th anniversary episode The Five Doctors L-R: Richard Hurndall (who plays the part of the first Doctor replacing William Hartnell who died in 1975), Peter Davidson (The fifth Doctor and seated on robot dog K-9); a waxwork model representing Tom Baker (The fourth Doctor) Jon Pertwee (the Third Doctor) and Patrick Troughton (The Second Doctor

© PA/EMPICS

Examination Schools, Oxford K991484 Featured Print

Examination Schools, Oxford K991484

EXAMINATION SCHOOLS, Oxford. Entrance front on Merton Street. Built in 1882 and designed by architect Sir Thomas Jackson

© Jon Wyand

Clock, Iron Work, Time, Victorian

1987 storm wind strength record Featured Print

1987 storm wind strength record

1987 storm wind strength record. Data from a recording anemometer showing wind strength during the storm of 1987. A recording anemometer, or anemograph, consists of an instrument that is turned by the wind, attached to pens that trace the measurements on to a rotating drum. The traces show variations in wind force, and the strength and frequency of gusts over time. A break in the records was caused by a power failure. This storm hit the South East of England on 16th October 1987 bringing hurricane-force winds. It developed rapidly and forecasters were unable to predict its path or ferocity. Gusts measuring over 165 kilometres an hour were recorded on the South coast. The storm felled 15 million trees, severely damaged buildings, blew ships ashore and killed 18 people

© Michael Donne/Science Photo Library