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Robert Gallery

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

Choose from 87 pictures in our Robert 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.


Rugby Union - New Zealand Tour of Great Britain, Ireland, France and North America - England v New Zealand - Twickenham Featured Print

Rugby Union - New Zealand Tour of Great Britain, Ireland, France and North America - England v New Zealand - Twickenham

New Zealand team (back row l-r) J. T Fitzgerald (touch judge), Ron Jarden, Hallard Leo White 'Snow', Kevin Skinner, Peter Jones, Nelson Dalzell, Bill Clark, Richard 'Tiny' White and Ivor David (referee). (Front l-r) Ron Hemi, Maurice ' Maurie' Dixon, Robert 'Bob' Stuart (Captain), Laurie Haig, Doug Wilson and Bob Scott. (sitting l-r) Keith Davis and Colin Loader. England won the match 5-0.

© S&G and Barratts/EMPICS Sport

Television - Brookside - The Grant Family - Croxteth Park, Liverpool Featured Print

Television - Brookside - The Grant Family - Croxteth Park, Liverpool

The Grant family from TV's latest soap opera, Brookside, which will be launched on Channel Four next month. The cast were meeting the Press today at the cul-de-sac in Croxteth Park, Liverpool, which has been taken over for the twice-weekly series. Playing the Grant family are (from l-r) Simon O'Brien (Damion), Paul Usher (Barry), Shelagh O'Hara (Karen), Sue Johnston (Sheila) and former building worker Eric Tomlinson as Robert Grant.

© PA/Press Association Images

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.

© PA/Press Association Images