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River Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 235 pictures in our River 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.

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Royalty - Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee

The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Gerald Ellison, in the new cope and mitre he will use for the first time at the Silver Jubilee service to be attended by the Queen in St Paul's Cathedral. With him is the designer, Beryl Dean, who made the cope with her students at the Stenhope Adult Education Institute in London. They have donated it to the City of London for the Bishop's use. The design includes St Paul's cathedral, 73 churches of the London Diocese, three Royal Peculiars and one house - no.42 Queen's Square, where the classes were held. The embroidery, on a fine cream coloured woollen background, is in synthetic gold thread and silk, on silk organza, and required 6, 015 hours work shared among 36 workers. The mitre and morse (cope fastening) are worked on cloth of gold. The mitre depicts, on the front, Westminster Abbey, and on the back, a ship symbolising the Christian Church.

© PA/Press Association Images

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Rowing - The 133rd Boat Race - Oxford University v Cambridge University - Photocall

Oxford captain Donald MacDonald rows as Cambridge captain Stephen Peel shows off the new Beefeater Trophy. MacDonald was the oldest ever oarsmen in the race at 31 years and three months and was also at the centre of a mutiny in the Oxford crew when he allegedly guaranteed himself a seat in the boat at the expense of a member of the US national rowing team who had enrolled at the University that year at the behest of Rick Ross, an oarsman for Oxford in the previous year's defeat, which was Oxford's first loss for eleven years. After the withdrawal of the Americans from the crew just six weeks before the race, a virtual reserve crew coached by Dan Topolski went on to win the race by four lengths

© S&G and Barratts/EMPICS Sport

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Buildings and Landmarks - Humber Bridge

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh after the Queen had declared the new Humber Bridge formally open. It actually opened to traffic 22 days earlier. The Queen and Duke then drove across the 91 million structure, the world's longest suspension bridge, from the Hull to the Grimsby side.