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Choose from 742 pictures in our Britain 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Universal Images Group (UIG).


Wrought iron tubular trussed bridge over the river Wye at Chepstow, c1885. This bridge Featured Britain Print

Wrought iron tubular trussed bridge over the river Wye at Chepstow, c1885. This bridge

Wrought iron tubular trussed bridge over the river Wye at Chepstow, c1885. This bridge, constructed 1849-1852, was an innovative design by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859) and the use of wrought iron tubular girders is considered to be a dummy run for his last great masterpiece, the Royal Albert bridge over the Tamar at Saltash. The Chepstow bridge carried the South Wales Railway over the Wye. Brunel was engineer to the railway. From The Popular Educator. (London, c1885)

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The Siege of Namur. Scene before the final attack, 5 August 1695 when the attackers Featured Britain Print

The Siege of Namur. Scene before the final attack, 5 August 1695 when the attackers

The Siege of Namur. Scene before the final attack, 5 August 1695 when the attackers finally took the town from the French. In foreground William III king of England in grey with prince Emmanuel of Bavaria and their staff. War of the Grand Alliance (Dutch, Spanish, German, England). Jan van Huchtenburg (1647-1733). Oil on canvas. Private collection

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Essence of Parliament: Cartoon by Harry Furniss marking the opening of the first Featured Britain Print

Essence of Parliament: Cartoon by Harry Furniss marking the opening of the first

Essence of Parliament: Cartoon by Harry Furniss marking the opening of the first session of Parliament for 1883, showing the politicians as microbes in a drop of water. From Punch, London, 17 February 1883. At this time public lectures were being given showing lantern slides of a drop of dirty water from river Thames seen under a microscope. Wood engraving

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