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Images Dated 2015 March

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Choose from 173 pictures in our Images Dated 2015 March 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.


Animals - Lord Bath - Longleat, Wiltshire Featured March Print

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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21 Mar 2015 Featured March Print

21 Mar 2015

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Mountain Climbing - British Patagonian Expedition - Liverpool Street Station, London Featured March Print

Mountain Climbing - British Patagonian Expedition - Liverpool Street Station, London

Some of the seven member joint British Patagonian Expedition, the team of climbers who in January conquered the 10, 000ft 'unclimbable' fortress mountain in the Patagonian Andes of Chile, are picture at Liverpool Street Station on their arrival in London after disembarking at Tilbury. (l-r) Gordon Hibberd, 32 year old electrician from Barnsley, Mrs Niki Clough, John Gregory, 25 year old trainee quarry manager from Sheffield and Niki's husband Ian Clough, from Glencoe, leader of the expedition. Mr Gregory and Mr Hibberd and Dave Nicol made the final assault on the summit. Mrs Clough has come home with her right leg in plaster after breaking it descending Cuernos mountain

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