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Choose from 50 pictures in our Hall 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.


Transport - New Euston Station - London Featured Print

Transport - New Euston Station - London

British Rail's new Euston station, London, which the Queen officially opens on Monday, was visited by the Press, and proved to be just the ticket for the modern traveller. This picture shows the new ticket office. The ticket counter is 80ft long with a low screen between the passenger and the ticket clerk. Meeting it at right angles is another counter, 85 feet long, completely open which deals with enquiries, reservations, travel to Ireland, and includes a portion for the London Tourist Board. Euston, the oldest main line rail terminal in London, has been completely rebuilt over the last five years at a cost of 15 million, and is now one of the most modern in Europe.

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Retirement Party - Cliff Morgan and Neil Kinnock - Brewers Hall - London Featured Print

Retirement Party - Cliff Morgan and Neil Kinnock - Brewers Hall - London

Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock (left) is welcomed to London's Brewers Hall by the BBC's Cliff Morgan on his retirement as head of outside sports broadcasts. The Labour leader joined joined top sporting personalities in paying tribute to the respected TV executive for his outstanding contribution to sport. Archive-pa222491-1

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Royalty - Duke of Edinburgh - TA Centre - Swindon Featured Print

Royalty - Duke of Edinburgh - TA Centre - Swindon

Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, speaking at the TA Centre, Swindon, Wiltshire. During the ceremony in which he presented his Trophy Challenge Shield to the 4th Battalion the Wiltshire Regiment, Territorial Army (which won it in 1959 for the second year in succession). The Duke of Edinburgh's Trophy competition is entered annually by Regular and Territorial Army units of which the Duke is Colonel-in-Chief, Colonel or Honorary Colonel, or Captain-General. The Trophy is awarded to the team making the highest number of points in the competition. The Challenge Shield goes to the TA unit making the largest number of points. In the 1959 overall competition the 4th Wiltshires' were placed fifth. The contest is a test of marksmanship coupled with physical fitness and endurance

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