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Choose from 84 pictures in our 01051 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.


Jim Whitt of Tipton, Staffs, is a well-known motorcycle 'scrambler" Featured 01051 Image

Jim Whitt of Tipton, Staffs, is a well-known motorcycle "scrambler"

Jim Whitt of Tipton, Staffs, is a well-known motorcycle "scrambler" both round the Midland circuits and the Continent. His greatest fan is his four-year-old son Craig. who wants to one day emulate him. Jim has built a 50cc machine which Craig handles with ease and his little sister, 16-month-old Mandy, loves to ride as passenger, leaning over to help the machine round corners. 1st June 1969

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Construction workers and stone masons pose under the arch of the nearly completed Featured 01051 Image

Construction workers and stone masons pose under the arch of the nearly completed

Construction workers and stone masons pose under the arch of the nearly completed memorial to the 54,000 missing British and Commonwealth soldiers lost on the battlefield of the Ypres Salient. The memorial at Ypres is located at the eastern exit of the town and marks the starting point for one of the main roads out of the town that led Allied soldiers to the front line. The arch to be known as the Menin Gate has been designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield and is due to be unveiled on 24 July 1927.
Circa June 1927

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Vice Admiral Sir Roger Keyes and Lord Emmott laying the foundation stone of the Zeebrugge Featured 01051 Image

Vice Admiral Sir Roger Keyes and Lord Emmott laying the foundation stone of the Zeebrugge

Vice Admiral Sir Roger Keyes and Lord Emmott laying the foundation stone of the Zeebrugge Mole Memorial. The memorial is sited at the shore close to the mole made famous during Royal Navy's raid on the Belgium port towards the end of the First World War. The raid was led by Sir Roger Keyes. 24th April 1923

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