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Awning Gallery

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Choose from 113 pictures in our Awning collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Royal wedding at Balcombe, Sussex Featured Print

Royal wedding at Balcombe, Sussex

The general interest in the wedding of Lady May Cambridge and Captain Henry Abel Smith, Royal Horse Guards, in the little village church of Balcombe, in Sussex: members of the very large crowd which gathered along the roads watching the arrival at St. Mary's of the bride and her father, the Earl of Athlone. The parish is situated in Brantridge Park, the country residence of the bride's parents

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Electric Avenue, Brixton, London Featured Print

Electric Avenue, Brixton, London

Electric Avenue, Brixton, London - note the delightful arcade-style covering of the sheltered walkways, providing shelter to the shopfronts. Famed (and named) for being one of the first streets in Britain to be lit by electricity. Date: 1908

1900s, 1908, Arcade Style, Avenue, Awning, Bonanza, Brixton, Canopies, Covering, Drug, Electric, Electrified, Glass, Iron, Lighting, Lights, London, Oct18, Parkers, Parkes, Shelter, Sheltered, South, Stores, Street, Walkways

National Male Pilgrimage to Lourdes, France Featured Print

National Male Pilgrimage to Lourdes, France

The huge National Male Pilgrimage to Lourdes - 18th-22nd April 1899. Worshippers in the Place De La Basilique. The organisers of this great pilgrimage hoped and wished to see 30, 000 men before the Grotto at Lourdes, but the result was far beyond expectation. During these days of pilgrimage the Railway Companies collected 66, 000 tickets from men alone at the Lourdes Railway Station. Unlike the National Pilgrimage which visited Lourdes every August, (during the Octave of the Assumption) this gathering was not composed of sick people and their friends coming to look for the cure of bodily suffering and restoration to health. This was a gathering of men in their full health and vigourassembled at Lourdes to honour the Immaculate Virgin, who has "shown herself so mindful of France, and who has striven so patiently to keep the faith in that great country". Date: 1899

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection