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Choose from 322 pictures in our Britaincollectioncuratedtweets 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.


Submerged Church - Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire Featured Print

Submerged Church - Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire

The little village church at West End, near Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, is slowly disappearing beneath the water of a reservoir. The Washburn Valley has been dammed at Thruscross to form a reservoir for Leeds. With the gradual rise of the water, farmers and villagers have had to move from their homes. Soon the church will be completely submerged.

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Festival of Britain 1951 - Tightrope Walker Featured Print

Festival of Britain 1951 - Tightrope Walker

Frenchman M Elleano crosses the Thames by tightrope, finishing at the South Bank site of the Festival Exhibition. Although he cannot swim, he has already crossed the Rhine by this method, and hopes to do the same at Niagra. In the background is Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

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Transport - Heritage Railway - Bluebell Line's First Run - Sheffield Park, Sussex Featured Print

Transport - Heritage Railway - Bluebell Line's First Run - Sheffield Park, Sussex

Preparing the old locomotive Bluebell at Sheffield Park, Sussex, for reopening of the Bluebell Line. Paul Willis, 18, is on the loco and hands part of the funnel to Harold May, general manager of the new Bluebell Line. Also pictured is Albert Mills, permanent way inspector. The Bluebell Line, so called because it runs through 4-and-half-miles of the prettiest Sussex countryside, was closed by British Railways as uneconomic, but has been put back into working order by a group of enthusiasts. It will operate at weekends and in the summer. The locomotive Bluebell was formerly with the South Coast and Chatham Railway.

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