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Choose from 127 pictures in our 01035 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a 'medieval football" Featured 01035 Image

The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a "medieval football"

The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a "medieval football" game played annually on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday in the town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire.
Guest of honour Sir Stanley Matthews "turns up" the ball to start the game for the villagers.
22nd February 1966

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Onwards lies The Humber. A tug and a powered barge head for the Humber Featured 01035 Image

Onwards lies The Humber. A tug and a powered barge head for the Humber

Onwards lies The Humber. A tug and a powered barge head for the Humber, while on the right of the picture lighters wait to unload or receive new cargoes. Taken from Rank's high building, this view also shows the tower of Holy Trinity Church and, in the far distance, the cranes of Riverside Quay and Albert Dock . 1st May 1964

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The 102 foot Wiberforce monument overlooking Queen's Gardens, Hull Featured 01035 Image

The 102 foot Wiberforce monument overlooking Queen's Gardens, Hull

The 102 foot Wiberforce monument overlooking Queen's Gardens, Hull. The column is 90 feet and the statue on top is 12 feet tall, carved out of hard-wearing millstone grit. The statue was, in fact, an after-thought by the monument committee . It was sculpted by a Mr Feort in Dock Street and erected on the column in November 1835.
The Monument originally stood by Princes Dock for almost 100 years until Queens Dock closed in the 1930s. A new road layout was proposed for Queen Victoria Square area and the monument was making traffic flow very difficult.
In 1935 over four months the Monument was moved to it's present location. 24th July 1958

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