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2000s Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 66 pictures in our 2000s 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.


World Cup winners meet the Queen Featured Print

World Cup winners meet the Queen

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II poses, with the England rugby squad at a reception at Buckingham Palace in London to celebrate winning the Rugby World Cup. Earlier the squad had paraded the trophy through the West End in a procession of open-topped buses. Back row (L-R): Jason Robinson, Julian White, Trevor Woodman, Steve Thompson, Mike Catt, Iain Balshaw, Dan Luger, Stuart Abbott, Andy Gomarsall, Josh Lewsey and Jason Leonard. Centre row ( L-R): Mike Tindall, Ben Cohen, Joe Worsley, Martin Corry, Ben Kay, Danny Grewcock, Will Greenwood, Lewis Moody, Richard Hill, Mark Regan and Simon Shaw. Front row (L-R): Matt Dawson, Paul Grayson, Dorian West, Lawrence Dallaglio, Martin Johnson, Her Majesty, Clive Woodward, Jonny Wilkinson, Neil Back, Phil Vickery and Kyran Bracken. 26/10/2004 The squad are lining up to receive their honours from the Queen, Tuesday October 26, 2004. Fly-half Jonny Wilkinson and then team captain Martin Johnson have already received recognition from the Queen for their contribution. Now it is the turn of the rest of the team who will receive OBEs at the Palace from 11am. Back row (L-R): Jason Robinson, Julian White, Trevor Woodman, Steve Thompson, Mike Catt, Iain Balshaw, Dan Luger, Stuart Abbott, Andy Gomarsall, Josh Lewsey and Jason Leonard. Centre row ( L-R): Mike Tindall, Ben Cohen, Joe Worsley, Martin Corry, Ben Kay, Danny Grewcock, Will Greenwood, Lewis Moody, Richard Hill, Mark Regan and Simon Shaw. Front row (L-R): Matt Dawson, Paul Grayson, Dorian West, Lawrence Dallaglio, Martin Johnson, Her Majesty, Clive Woodward, Jonny Wilkinson, Neil Back, Phil Vickery and Kyran Bracken.

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Mini Cooper Featured Print

Mini Cooper

Mark Bostock (L) and Russell Barrett, from Paragon Mini, drive one of the new BMW Mini Cooper along a stretch of newly-constructed sewer in Hull, mirroring scenes from the film, 'The Italian Job' which starred Michael Caine. * The Yorkshire Water sewer which runs alongside the Humber estuary, is part of a 200 million project stretching 10 km and is 3.6 metres in diameter. * The BMW-built car was taken for the unusual drive dubbed "The Hull Job" as the finishing touches are applied to a six-mile tunnel. The tunnel forms part of the 200 million HumberCare sewerage scheme.

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Steve Bennett - Nova II Rocket Featured Print

Steve Bennett - Nova II Rocket

Amateur rocket enthusiast Steve Bennett, 39, from Duckinfield, Greater Manchester, who is hoping to become the first amateur to fly in space in a privately developed craft, sits next to the new Nova II rocket capsule at its launch in Manchester. *...His Starchaser firm today unveiled the single seater capsule, which is being readied for shipment to the US, where it is to be fitted with a parachute system before being tested. *160703*Amateur rocket enthusiast Steve Bennett, 39, from Duckinfield, Greater Manchester. The rocket enthusiast is hoping to become the first amateur to fly into space and has written to David Beckham offering him a journey to the stars. Real Madrid's new signing has reportedly said he would love to fly into space following the end of his football career. This prompted Steve Bennett, the boss of Greater Manchester-based Starchaser Industries, to write to Beckham to offer him a 500, 000 trip. In the letter he said: We are delighted to hear you have expressed an interest in space tourism and in particular a trip to the moon.

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