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Traditions Gallery

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

Choose from 131 pictures in our Traditions 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.


Weather - Floods Protest - Pickering Featured Print

Weather - Floods Protest - Pickering

Residents of Pickering in North Yorkshire sat down on living room furniture they moved into the river, which runs through the town, to recreate the scenes they faced in the devastating floods of last year. Topsy Clinch (seated left), 91, who was flooded out of her home, was one of those there to draw attention to the lack of flood defences in the town, along with Gordon Clitheroe and Kath Grayston. The residents claim the Government pulled the plug on funding for flood defences for the town after the Environment Agency spent 750, 000 five years ago designing a viable scheme.

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Royalty - Coronation Rehearsal - Westminster Abbey, London Featured Print

Royalty - Coronation Rehearsal - Westminster Abbey, London

The eminence of his nearest neighbour has no inhibiting effect on the Hon. Robin Boyd, page to Lord Kilmarnock, as, holding the peer's coronet, he gives way to laughter outside Westminster Abbey after the final rehearsal for the Coronation ceremony. Robin is standing beside the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, the other side of the Primate is seen Jeremy Clyde, page to the Duke of Wellington.

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Leisure & Tourism - Dale End - Lake District Featured Print

Leisure & Tourism - Dale End - Lake District

Mountain sheep wander among the tents of holiday campers at Dale End, overlooking Grasmere in the Lake District. This site, with it's lovely views, is considered to be one of the most picturesquely situated spots open to campers in Great Britain. Beyond the lake are Helm Crag (to the left) and Seat Sandal (2, 415ft. high) with the pass of Dunmail Raise between

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