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Choose from 958 pictures in our Walk collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Manchester, Lancashire - Whitsuntide Walk Featured Print

Manchester, Lancashire - Whitsuntide Walk

Princess Street walkers - Whitsuntide Walk, Manchester, Lancashire. The earliest known "Walks" can be traced to Manchester around 1800. Walking Days or Whit Walks as they became known sprang out of the Sunday School movement first pioneered in 1784. The idea behind this movement was to free the children: "Who worked under wretched conditions during the week in the manufacturies... were on Sunday allowed to run wild and free from all restraint." Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

WW2 - Patriotic Propaganda - Play on the initials A. R. P Featured Print

WW2 - Patriotic Propaganda - Play on the initials A. R. P

WW2 - Patriotic Propaganda - A play on the initials A. R. P. as "All - Right - Presently" with a jolly poem painting a rather rosy picture of londoners jauntily doing the Lambeth Walk into Air Raid Sheters when the warning sirens sound!! Date: circa 1941

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1940s, 2nd, Air, Arp, Couples, Down, Front, Home, Ii, Jollity, Lambeth, Presently, Riad, Silhouette, Silhouettes, Walk, War, Wartime, World, Ww2, Wwii

Charles Coburn Featured Print

Charles Coburn

Charles Coburn (June 19, 1877 August 30, 1961) billed here as The Tramp Comedian, Vocalist, Reciter and Story Merchant'. The text refers to The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (1890). With Two Lovely Black Eyes (1886). This song made Coburn a huge music hall star, but by 1926, the date of this card, the vogue for the 74 year old had waned and he was trying to boost his popularity by walking long distances between appearances. The card boasts of walks totalling 3000 miles, including London to John O Groats. Caricature drawn by Thomas Downey. Printers, Willsons Leicester. Date: 1950

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library