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Choose from 63 pictures in our 61 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.


MoS GAL.61 TS515 Featured Print

MoS GAL.61 TS515

Ministry of Supply General Aircraft Limited GAL.61 TS515. A development of the GAL.56, the GAL.61 was a flying wing with no fuselage or fins incorporating a retractable tricycle landing gear. It had a raised cockpit for a pilot, offset to port, and a prone-position in the starboard wing for an observer. The GAL flying wing programme was cancelled after the crash of GAL.56/01 TS507 on 12 February 1948, which killed the famous glider pilot Robert Kronfeld. The GAL.61 was never flown!. Date: late 1940s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

LFB Dennis dual-purpose pump, Lambeth HQ Featured Print

LFB Dennis dual-purpose pump, Lambeth HQ

Lambeth's (D61) pump at its base station, on display in Brigade headquarters drill yard. Side mounted pump outlets together with hose-reel tubing and two hook ladders can be seen. Photographed on 16 March 1957. Date: 1957

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

1950s, 1957, 50s, 61, Base, Bell, Bells, Brigade, D61, Dennis, Diesel, Display, Drill, Dual, Engine, Engines, Fifties, Fire, Firefighting, Headquarters, Historical, History, Hook, Hose, Ladder, Ladders, Lambeth, Lcc, Lfb, London, March, Mounted, Outlets, Pump, Pumps, Purpose, Reel, Service, Side, Station, Transport, Tubing, Vehicle, Vehicles, Yard

Quit Rents ceremony, Royal Courts of Justice, London Featured Print

Quit Rents ceremony, Royal Courts of Justice, London

The ancient ceremony of Quit Rents taking place in the Royal Courts of Justice, London. The paying of quit rents by the Corporation of the City of London to the King (or Queen) is an annual ceremony dating back to 1235. It is shown here taking place at the Law Courts, where the City Solicitor handed to the King's Remembrancer two faggots, six horseshoes and 61 horseshoe nails. In the photograph the City Solicitor is cutting the faggots with a hatchet. Some of the spectators are amused, while others seem to find it distasteful.

© Mary Evans Picture Library