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Choose from 50 pictures in our Crane 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.

Military - HMS Andromeda Launch - HM Dockyard, Portsmouth Featured Print

Military - HMS Andromeda Launch - HM Dockyard, Portsmouth

HMS Andromeda, the Royal Navy's 18th Leander-class frigate, at her launch at HM Dockyard, Portsmouth. She was named by Mrs Gerald Reynold (on dais), wife of the Minister of Defence (administration). The Andromeda, which has a standard displacement of about 2, 000 tons, has an overall length of 372 feet and a beam of 43 feet. It will have a complement of 17 officers and 246 ratings. Her armament will consist of 4.5 inch guns in a twin mounting directed by a fully automatic radar, controlled fire control and gun direction system, a Seacat ship-to-air launcher and anti-submarine mortar. She will also carry a helicopter for anti-submarine use.

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Transport - RMS Windsor Castle - Southampton Featured Print

Transport - RMS Windsor Castle - Southampton

A carnival atmosphere for a sad occasion. Streamers fly as the Union-Castle Windsor Castle leaves Southampton for her last scheduled voyage to Cape Town, South Africa. Windsor Castle (36, 000 tons) launched by the Queen Mother at Birkenhead in 1959 is being withdrawn along with Safmarine's SA Vaal because the first of the fleet of big container ships are coming into service on the route. Windsor Castle is due to be sold. SA Vaal is due to maker her last voyage on September 2nd.

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Royalty - Queen Elizabeth II Commonwealth Tour - Gibraltar Featured Print

Royalty - Queen Elizabeth II Commonwealth Tour - Gibraltar

Watched by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen symbolically accepts from the Governor, General Sir Gordon MacMillan, the four silver keys of the Fortress of Gibraltar. The royal visitors had just landed from the Britannia on the final visit of their Commonwealth tour. Hundreds of Soaniards, forbidden by General Franco to enter Gibraltar, watched the ceremonies from hills across the border.

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