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Choose a picture from our 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.


'Paignton', GWR poster, 1937 Featured Print

'Paignton', GWR poster, 1937

Poster produced for the Great Western Railway (GWR) promoting rail travel to Paignton, South Devon. The poster shows a bathing belle waving a towel on the beach, with the promenade stretching out behind her and sunbathers enjoying themselves on the beach. Artwork by Charles Pears, a marine painter in oil who was an Official Naval Artist during the World Wars. He worked as a poster artist for rail companies and other clients and was also a book illustrator.

© NRM/Pictorial Collection

Old Royal Naval College AA065183 Featured Print

Old Royal Naval College AA065183

OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. Misty view of the wrought iron gates and gatepiers to the Royal Naval College on Romsey Road, showing the college beyond. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1955-1965.

© Historic England

D Usk, Gate, Georgian, Maritime, Mist, Naval, Stuart

'Lancaster Castle', BR (LMR) poster, 1950 Featured Print

'Lancaster Castle', BR (LMR) poster, 1950

Poster produced for British Railways (BR), London Midland Region (LMR), promoting rail travel to Lancaster Castle in Lancashire, showing a view of the castle, which includes an 11th century Norman keep, and later medieval additions initiated by John of Gaunt. Elizabeth I added fortifications to the castle as a defence against the Spanish Armada. Artwork by Kenneth Steel. Printed by Stafford & Co Ltd, Netherfield, Nottingham.

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