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Tunnels Metal Print Collection

Discover the captivating world of architecture with our Tunnels collection of Metal Prints. This exquisite series showcases the intricate beauty and engineering marvels of subterranean structures from around the globe. Each print is meticulously crafted to bring out the rich textures and intricate details of these hidden gems, making them a stunning addition to any home or office space. The high-quality metal print process ensures vibrant colors and long-lasting durability, promising a truly unique and eye-catching display. Immerse yourself in the world of tunnels and explore the hidden wonders beneath the surface with our Tunnels collection of Metal Prints.

Tunnels are underground passageways that have been used for various purposes throughout history and can be constructed through mountains

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Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Asia, Vietnam. Snake wine for sale in a Saigon store, Ho Chi Minh City

Asia, Vietnam. Snake wine for sale in a Saigon store, Ho Chi Minh City

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: In the cocktail bar at Ciros Grill

In the cocktail bar at Ciros Grill
Well-known personalities of the day caricatured by George Whitelaw in the cocktail bar at Ciros Grill, one of the premier nightspots in London in the early part of the 20th century

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Isambard Kingdom Brunel with chains

Isambard Kingdom Brunel with chains
Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 - 1859) Designer and builder of railroads, bridges, tunnels, steamships, docks &c. pictured in front of the launching chain of the Great Eastern

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Woodcock, A4 Class steam locomotive No 60029, c 1954. Locomotive billowing smoke

Woodcock, A4 Class steam locomotive No 60029, c 1954. Locomotive billowing smoke as it leaves Copenhagen Tunnel near London Kings Cross station with a Newcastle-bound express passenger train

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Box Tunnel, Wilts

Box Tunnel, Wilts
Isambard Kingdom Brunels famous Box Tunnel, Corsham, Wiltshire, took 5 years (1836- 41) to build. Two miles long, it was the longest railway tunnel in Europe when it opened

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: 'Grand Old Lady', the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel

"Grand Old Lady", the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel
The New Yorker Hotel, New York whose design reflects the zoning laws introduced in the city, mid 1930s. From her iconic Art Deco style to her ingenious American construction

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Box Tunnel. Great Western Railway. West Front

Box Tunnel. Great Western Railway. West Front

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Mustangs leaving the Mersey Tunnel

Mustangs leaving the Mersey Tunnel
Convoy of P-51 Mustang aircraft leaving the Mersey Tunnel, Liverpool

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06817

Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06817
Rotherhithe Tunnel, Rotherhithe, Southwark, London. The south entrance to the Rotherhithe Tunnel during construction. One of a series of prints documenting work on the road tunnel beneath the Thames

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Badger & Mole / Willow

Badger & Mole / Willow
Badger & Mole on their way to rescue the Toad: " Crossing the hall, they passed down one of the principal tunnels". Date: First published: 1908

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Coal mine in England, 1850s

Coal mine in England, 1850s
Removing coal in the Bradley mine, Staffordshire, England, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt

The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt
Remarkable discoveries within the Sphinx: the temple within its hollow head. Professor G. A. Reisners interesting discoveries. A diagrammatic view of hidden temples and a stairway inside the Sphinx

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Schlieren photograph of a Concorde model in a wind tunnel

Schlieren photograph of a Concorde model in a wind tunnel

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: 1989 Monaco Grand Prix - Ayrton Senna: Ayrton Senna 1st position in the Tunnel

1989 Monaco Grand Prix - Ayrton Senna: Ayrton Senna 1st position in the Tunnel
1989 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 24-26 March 1989. Ayrton Senna (McLaren MP4/5 Honda) 1st position in the Tunnel. Ref-89 MON 17. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Flight simulation of a harrier jump-jet

Flight simulation of a harrier jump-jet
Harrier aircraft flight simulation. Supercomputer image of a Harrier aircraft hovering over a runway in a virtual wind tunnel

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Mock-up of Large Hadron Collider at CERN

Mock-up of Large Hadron Collider at CERN
Mock-up of the Large Hadron Collider. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the proposed new accelerator for the CERN European particle physics laboratory

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Underground Tube Train

Underground Tube Train
A Northern Line train on its way to Kennington, via Charing Cross emerges overground from a tunnel

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Box Station, 1885

Box Station, 1885
A view of Box station in 1885, showing a standard gauge locomotive stood on mixed gauge track. The West portal of Middle Hill Tunnel can be seen in the distance

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: The Tube Station, c. 1932 (linocut printed in colours on tissue Japan)

The Tube Station, c. 1932 (linocut printed in colours on tissue Japan)
659543 The Tube Station, c.1932 (linocut printed in colours on tissue Japan) by Power, Cyril Edward (1874-1951); 25.5x29 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Tube Station)

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Eurostar Channel Tunnel train

Eurostar Channel Tunnel train
Channel Tunnel train at a station. The Channel Tunnel provides a rail link between Britain and France. Each train is 800 metres long and carries up to 180 cars or 28 lorries

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon

A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon
" They must ave ad some good news or somethin, Alf; you can ear em cheerin quite plain." Two British Tommies, Bill and Alf

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Iron Miner

Iron Miner
5th June 1948: A miner pauses in a tunnel before starting a shift in Britains most modern iron ore mine, at Irthlinborough in Northamptonshire

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London

Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London - built in 1888. Situated on the Greenwich peninsula, close to the site of the O2 Arena

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Brunels tunnelling shield

Brunels tunnelling shield
The tunnelling shield, or excavating machine designed by Sir Marc Isambard Brunel (1769- 1849) & used in the construction of the lining of the Thames tunnel

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Aston Villa v Santos. Pictured, Pele coming on to the pitch. 21st February 1972

Aston Villa v Santos. Pictured, Pele coming on to the pitch. 21st February 1972

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: 1990 Monaco GP

1990 Monaco GP
MONTE CARLO, MONACO - MAY 27: Nigel Mansell, Ferrari 641/2, kicks up sparks at the exit of the tunnel during the Monaco GP at Monte Carlo on May 27, 1990 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Tram in the Kingsway Subway, London, 1931, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Tram in the Kingsway Subway, London, 1931, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Tram in the Kingsway Subway, London, 1931, (1933). Kingsway Subway, the underground link connecting the tramway services in North and South London

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1890s

Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1890s
Bessys Cove, also known as Prussia Cove, showing the house of John Carter prior to its demolition in 1906. John Carter was one of Cornwalls most famous smugglers

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: New Cooks Kitchen, Illogan, Cornwall. Late 1800s

New Cooks Kitchen, Illogan, Cornwall. Late 1800s
Miners working at a hanging wall at the 394 fathom level. Photographer: John Charles Burrow (1852 - 1914)

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: George Best leads out Manchester United on his first-team return in 1973

George Best leads out Manchester United on his first-team return in 1973
Football - 1973 / 1974 First Division - Manchester United 1 Birmingham City 0 George Best leads out the United team from the tunnel on his first team return at Old Trafford

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: The Thames Tunnel between Wapping and Rotherhithe

The Thames Tunnel between Wapping and Rotherhithe, designed and constructed by Marc Isambard Brunel. circa 1840s

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Whitefish Point Lighthouse by Moonlight

Whitefish Point Lighthouse by Moonlight
The Whitefish Point Lighthouse illumintated by moonlight. Whitefish Point is located at the extreme southeastern end of Lake Superior

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Yosemite Valley from Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, California USA

Yosemite Valley from Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, California USA

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Coal Miner

Coal Miner
A miner pushing a coal truck, 1878. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Shuttle Test Using Electron Beam

Shuttle Test Using Electron Beam
A space shuttle model undergoes a wind tunnel test in 1975. This test is simulating the ionized gasses that surround a shuttle as it reenters the atmosphere

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: The teams walk out of the players tunnel

The teams walk out of the players tunnel. Arsenal 2:1 Dinamo Zagreb. UEFA Champions League Quailifier, 2nd Leg. Emirates Stadium, Islington, London, 23/8/06

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Bruce Springsteen performing with The E Street Band at Villa Park, The Midlands, England

Bruce Springsteen performing with The E Street Band at Villa Park, The Midlands, England, as part of his Tunnel of Love Express Tour

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Red torii gate tunnel at Fushimi Inari Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Red torii gate tunnel at Fushimi Inari Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Players Tunnel

Players Tunnel
The Players Tunnel at Goodison Park

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Steam locomotive Sir Nigel Gresley, Welwyn Garden City

Steam locomotive Sir Nigel Gresley, Welwyn Garden City
Steam locomotive 60007, Sir Nigel Gresley, near the Welwyn Garden City tunnel. It was built in 1937, and is still preserved today. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Senbon Torii, tunnels of red torii gates, at Fushimi Inari Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Senbon Torii, tunnels of red torii gates, at Fushimi Inari Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: New Cooks Kitchen, Illogan, Cornwall. Early 1900s

New Cooks Kitchen, Illogan, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Chappels (engine) shaft at the 406 level. This shows a typical Cornish kibble, with curved sides to prevent snagging, which has been hoisted from below by an air winch

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: GWR. South Devon Doubling. Marley Tunnel (1890)

GWR. South Devon Doubling. Marley Tunnel (1890)

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Cornish tin mines, 19th century

Cornish tin mines, 19th century
Cornish tin mines, 19th-century artwork. These mines are in the parish of St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, UK. 19th-century tin mines in this area date back to 1721

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Box Tunnel. Great Western Railway. Cross section Tunnel Number 1

Box Tunnel. Great Western Railway. Cross section Tunnel Number 1

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Swindon Works Tunnel Entrance, 1935

Swindon Works Tunnel Entrance, 1935
A sea of men can be seen leaving the Works, probably at lunchtime. This was the main entrance tunnel for the Works. The doors were promptly closed after each call for work

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: NACA Wind Tunnel with airship model 1932

NACA Wind Tunnel with airship model 1932
NACA Wind tunnel The Flight Collection

Background imageTunnels Metal Print Collection: Electrification of the line at Merstham, 1931

Electrification of the line at Merstham, 1931
Cable laying in Merstham tunnel



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Tunnels Metal Print Collection

Tunnels are underground passageways that have been used for various purposes throughout history and can be constructed through mountains, under rivers or cities, and even beneath the sea. The architecture involves careful planning and engineering to ensure their stability and safety. Tunnels may be built using different materials such as concrete, steel or brick depending on their purpose and location. Ventilation systems are also essential in tunnel design to maintain air quality for workers or users. They have been used for transportation, mining, water supply, military operations among other uses making them an important part of infrastructure development globally.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Tunnels collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of architectural photographs that capture the beauty and complexity of tunnels around the world. Our collection features images of tunnels in various shapes, sizes, and materials, including brick, concrete, steel, and stone. From ancient underground passages to modern transportation systems, these photographs showcase the ingenuity and innovation behind tunnel design. Each photograph in the Tunnels collection is carefully curated for its artistic value as well as its technical excellence. The images are available as wall art or framed prints that can be displayed in homes or offices to add a touch of sophistication and elegance. Whether you're an architecture enthusiast or simply appreciate beautiful photography, the Tunnels collection offers something for everyone. With its diverse range of subjects and styles, our collection is sure to inspire awe and wonder at the incredible feats of engineering that have made these tunnels possible.
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What are Tunnels (Architecture) art prints?

Tunnels art prints are a collection of high-quality photographic prints that showcase the beauty and intricacy of tunnels from around the world. These stunning images capture the unique architecture, lighting, and design elements that make each tunnel so special. From ancient underground passageways to modern transportation systems, these prints offer a glimpse into some of the most fascinating architectural feats in history. Whether you're an avid traveler or simply appreciate beautiful design, Tunnels art prints are sure to impress. Each print is carefully crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology and archival-grade materials to ensure long-lasting quality and vibrant colors. These art prints make for great additions to any home or office decor, adding a touch of sophistication and elegance to any space. They also make for thoughtful gifts for friends and family who share your passion for architecture or travel.
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What Tunnels (Architecture) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of tunnel architecture art prints that are perfect for adding an interesting and unique touch to your home or office decor. From the iconic tunnels of London's Underground to the mesmerizing architecture of modern-day tunnels, there is something for everyone. You can choose from a variety of styles, including black and white photography, colorful abstract designs, and detailed illustrations. Some popular options include images of New York City's subway system, Parisian catacombs, and the intricate tunnels found in ancient Egyptian tombs. All prints are available in various sizes to suit your needs and come printed on high-quality paper or canvas. Whether you're looking for a statement piece or something subtle to complement your existing decor, we have plenty of options to choose from.
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How do I buy Tunnels (Architecture) art prints?

To buy Tunnels art prints from Media Storehouse, you can simply browse through our collection of available prints online. Once you have found the print that you like, click on it to view more details and select the size and framing options that suit your preferences. You can then add the print to your cart and proceed to checkout where you will be prompted to enter your payment and shipping information. We offer a wide range of high-quality Tunnels art prints featuring different styles, sizes, and framing options. Their selection includes both classic black-and-white photographs as well as colorful modern interpretations of tunnels from around the world. Whether you are looking for a statement piece for your home or office or a unique gift for someone special, our collection of Tunnels art prints is sure to offer something that catches your eye.
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How much do Tunnels (Architecture) art prints cost?

As We offer a wide range of Tunnels art prints, the cost may vary depending on factors such as the size and type of print. However, you can expect to find a variety of affordable options that cater to different budgets. The prices are competitive and reflect the quality of the artwork and printing process used by Media Storehouse. Whether you're looking for a small framed print or a large canvas piece, there's something for everyone at an accessible price point. Additionally, all prints are made using high-quality materials to ensure longevity and durability over time. So if you're looking to add some stunning Tunnels artwork to your home or office space without breaking the bank, be sure to check out our collection today.
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How will my Tunnels (Architecture) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Tunnels art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your print arrives in perfect condition. Depending on the size of your order, we may use either a sturdy cardboard tube or a flat envelope with reinforced corners for added protection. We work with trusted delivery partners who are experienced in handling delicate items and ensuring timely delivery. You can expect your Tunnels art prints to be delivered straight to your doorstep within the timeframe specified at checkout. If you have any concerns about the delivery of your order, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our customer service team who will be happy to assist you. Westrive to provide an exceptional shopping experience from start to finish and look forward to delivering beautiful artwork straight into your home.