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Road Gallery

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

Choose from 229 pictures in our Road 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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Animals - Lord Bath - Longleat, Wiltshire

A Rolls Royce car waits for a Lion to pass on Lord Bath's estate at Longleat, Wiltshire. In the car were Marcus Lipton M.P, Lord Bath and Jimmy Chipperfield, the co-originator of the project at Longleat where Lord Bath had introduced the lions as an additional attraction to visitors to the estate. Mt Marcus Lipton, who is to raise a question in the Commons about having lions in the park, was at Longleat at the invitation of Lord Bath to see the security arrangements.

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Soccer - 1958-59 British Home Championship - Training Session - Scotland Team - Elm Park, Reading

Ten members of the Scotland team to meet England in the 195859 British Home Championship at Wembley on Saturday are pictured at Elm Park, Reading football ground in Norfolk Road, where they are training. (From l-r) Bobby Collins (Everton), Tommy Docherty (Arsenal), Willie Ormond (Hibernian), Graham Leggat (Fulham), captain Bobby Evans (Celtic), Eric Caldow (Rangers), Duncan McKay (Celtic), David Herd (Arsenal), John Dick (West Ham) and Bill Brown (Dundee).

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M6 Bridge Restaurant - Keele

Patrons will be able to watch the busy traffic on this section of the M6 (the Birmingham-Preston Motorway) from the unique bridge restaurant spanning the roadway at Keele, Staffordshire. The restaurant, with seating close to 300, is included in a 500, 000 service area to be operated by Forte's & Co, Ltd. There will be snack bars and transport cafes, serving each side of the road, parking facilities for 240 cars and 70 lorries and a mothers' room staffed by trained stewardesses. The Keele section of the motorway is due to be opened in the autumn.

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