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Choose from 42 pictures in our Empty 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.


Horse Racing - Cancelled January Meeting - Kempton Park Racecourse Featured Print

Horse Racing - Cancelled January Meeting - Kempton Park Racecourse

The snow-covered course at Kempton Park, where racing should have taken place tomorrow. The heavy snowfall means the racing has had to be called off.

© S&G and Barratts/EMPICS Sport

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Bowls - Inter-County Championships - Semi-Final - Northamptonshire v Cumberland - Watney's Sports Club, London Featured Print

Bowls - Inter-County Championships - Semi-Final - Northamptonshire v Cumberland - Watney's Sports Club, London

Bowls players from Northamptonshire and Cumberland teams ignore the rain by wearing waterproof clothes and an umbrella during their semi-final match in the English Bowling Association's Inter-County Championships at Watney's Sports Club, Mortlake, London. The player under the umbrella is R. Gargate, of Northamptonshire.

© PA/Press Association Images

Transport - London to Yorkshire Motorway - The M1 - Nr Dunstable Featured Print

Transport - London to Yorkshire Motorway - The M1 - Nr Dunstable

A workman sweeps rubble off a finishes part of the new London to Yorkshire motorway on the longest straight section, six miles long, near Dunstable road junction. On November the 2nd 1959 the first section of the motorway linking London and Birmingham, from the north end St. Albans by-pass near Luton to connections with the Birmingham and Holyhead roads at Dunchurch and Crick (near Rugby) were formally opened to traffic. Construction of this section took 19 months.

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