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Choose from 729 pictures in our 00112 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


The Southern Railway's chief mechanical engineer Oliver Bulleid (formerly Gresley' Featured 00112 Image

The Southern Railway's chief mechanical engineer Oliver Bulleid (formerly Gresley'

The Southern Railway's chief mechanical engineer Oliver Bulleid (formerly Gresley's right-hand man on the LNER) introduced his spectacular Merchant Navy class in 1941.
That such a deluxe express design should be built at the height of the war caused adverse criticism. Production was allowed as these were classified as mixed traffic (ie for passenger and freight work).
Roaring through Surbiton at 60mph, No. 21C9 Shaw Savill pulls the longest train ever to leave London Waterloo, in May 1943, proving the Merchant Navies did their bit for the war effort. Shaw Savill is currently dismantled awaiting sale at Ian RileyOs Engineering Works at Bury, East Lancashire Railway.
*** Local Caption *** One of the new Merchant Navy class engines drawing the longest train ever seen from Waterllo Station in London, roaring through Surbiton at around 60 MPH.
May 1943

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Here it is! The car for the Op Art girl (optical art girl Featured 00112 Image

Here it is! The car for the Op Art girl (optical art girl

Here it is! The car for the Op Art girl (optical art girl) who likes all her accessories to match, pictured 24th March 1966.
The art was designed & applied by amateur artist Danae Brook, and the car is for sale in Thames Ditton, Surrey; costing £385. But this does not include the cost of the dress, designed by Shubelle & which costs 79 shillings

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You beaut! Miss Australia is top of the world: An Australian girl who once arrived Featured 00112 Image

You beaut! Miss Australia is top of the world: An Australian girl who once arrived

You beaut! Miss Australia is top of the world: An Australian girl who once arrived penniless in London looking for a job was crowned Miss World last night. She is Miss Australia 20-year-old Belinda Green, a 34-24-34 photographic model from Melbourne. Beauty Belinda said: "I know the bookies had me second favourite, but I thought I was more of a 50-1 shot." Second in the contest, at London's Albert Hall, was Miss Norway, Ingeborg Sorensen, 24. Third was Miss Israel, 17-year-old schoolgirl Hanna Ordan. December 1972

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