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01111 Gallery

Choose from 46 pictures in our 01111 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.


These are university constables of Cambridge or as they are commonly called the Bulldogs Featured 01111 Image

These are university constables of Cambridge or as they are commonly called the Bulldogs

These are university constables of Cambridge or as they are commonly called the Bulldogs. They are seen here in on their nightly patrol. They are there to enforce law and order among the undergraduates and in earlier times they even had a great say in the town to see that the undergraduates did not get diddled out of their money by local merchants 1st March 1954

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British sculptor Antony Gormley stands beside his latest work Featured 01111 Image

British sculptor Antony Gormley stands beside his latest work

British sculptor Antony Gormley stands beside his latest work, a statue entitled "Iron : Man" which has been just lifted onto its foundation in Victoria Square, central Birmingham.
The statue was commissioned by the bank TSB as a gift to the city to mark the company's move to Birmingham and was officially unveiled on 2nd March.
Picture taken: 28th February 1993

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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, pictured during a visit to Birmingham Featured 01111 Image

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, pictured during a visit to Birmingham

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, pictured during a visit to Birmingham, at a young people's exhibition in Lewis's department store. Martin Wooldridge, a 15 year old pupil of Hodge Hill Comprehensive School, shows his racing pigeon to the Duke. Birmingham, West Midlands. 12th November 1970

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1970, 1970s, 20th Century, Bird, Birds, Department Store, Duke Of Edinburgh, Pigeon, Prince Philip, Royal, Royals, Royalty, Visit, West Midlands, Youth