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Choose from 101 pictures in our Public 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.

Somers Town Community Festival - Pram Race - London Featured Print

Somers Town Community Festival - Pram Race - London

Comedian Max Wall is pushed around in a pram by actor Jonathan Coy. They formed one of the teams entered by the Shaw Theatre in a Pram-Pub Race, part of Camden Council's Somers Town community festival. Max was being pushed to nine pubs, stopping off to drink half a pint of beer at each.

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Transport - Panda Pedestrian Crossing - York Road, Waterloo Station, London Featured Print

Transport - Panda Pedestrian Crossing - York Road, Waterloo Station, London

Ernest Marples, Minister of Transport, and A. C. Dennis, Mayor of Lambeth, are the first to use the new Panda pedestrian crossing at York Road, outside Waterloo Station. The minister had just inaugurated the crossing, first of the new type to operate in London. The Panda crossings, to be tried for an experimental 12 month period, have flashing warning lights operated by push button controls. They have blunted chevron markings on the carriageway and black and amber striped beacons.

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Manchester trams Featured Print

Manchester trams

Scottish transport minister Sarah Boyack on board one of Manchester's trams on a visit to the city to inspect it's transport infrastructure. 23/04/2004: A report from the National Audit Office has said that some of Britain's light rail systems are losing money and have had little impact on reducing road congestion. The NAO said not enough use was being made of complementary park-and-ride schemes, systems took too long to put in place and instead of going for standard rolling stock designs, proud councils wanted their own distinctive designs and this was driving up costs.

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