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Choose from 55 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1978 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.

British Postal Service - Mail Transport - London Featured Print

British Postal Service - Mail Transport - London

At London's Heathrow Airport, two centuries of postal transport line up. An 18th century mail stagecoach, which used to run between London and East Anglia, alongside Concorde. London postman Dennis Eyres, hands over the first supersonic Datapost pouch to Concorde captain Leo Budd. The Post Office's Datapost service flies daily by Concorde to New York, making it the swiftest in History

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Royalty - Queen and Prince Philip - The Good Life recording - London Featured Print

Royalty - Queen and Prince Philip - The Good Life recording - London

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh meet the cast of The Good Life at the BBC TV studios in Shepherd's Bush. They attended a recording of the show in aid of the Joint UK Appeal for the Commonwealth Games. The cast are (l-r) Paul Eddington, Penelope Keith, Felicity Kendal and Richard Briers.

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Yorkshire RAF defence centre Featured Print

Yorkshire RAF defence centre

The operational centre at RAF Fyligdales, Britain's early warning station perched atop the bleak Yorkshire moors. 02/08/00: MP's have recommended the Government should encourage Washington to seek other ways of dealing with the nuclear threat. * ...rather than pushing ahead with its controversial National Missile Defence (NMD) system. The NMD programme is a $60 billion ( 41 billion) system designed to protect the United States from rogue nuclear states such as North Korea. It relies on radar stations abroad, such as the Fylingdales early warning base in North Yorkshire. But opponents of the programme have expressed concern that it breaches the 1972 anti-ballistic missile treaty and could trigger a new arms race.