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Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 396 pictures in our Break 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.


The Eton vs. Harrow Cricket Match, Lords, 1910 Featured Print

The Eton vs. Harrow Cricket Match, Lords, 1910

Photographs showing various views of the Eton vs. Harrow Cricket match, held at Lords Cricket Ground, London, 1910. The images show (clockwise from top left): R.S.L. Fowler and D.G. Wigan of Eton; a group of spectators sitting on top of their carriage; T.O. Jameson and T.B. Wilson of Harrow; the ground viewed during the lunch break; a family arriving at the ground.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Great Train Robbery-'commando raid' frees train robber Featured Print

The Great Train Robbery-'commando raid' frees train robber

Front page of The Illustrated London News reporting on the latest episode in the Great Train Robbery saga. As Ronald Biggs clambers with there other prisoners over Wandsworth Gaol wall, the rest of the exercise squad obstruct the prison wardens. Following his escape, Ronnie Biggs fled to Brazil where he fathered a child and successfully evaded extradition by the authorities. In 2001, Biggs voluntarily returned to the UK to serve the remainer of his sentance, but following ill health was released from custody the day before his 80th birthday, on 'compassionate grounds'.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

WW2 - Bomb Damage to Houses of Parliament, London Featured Print

WW2 - Bomb Damage to Houses of Parliament, London

In the course of the German bombing of London during the Second World War, the Palace of Westminster was hit by bombs on fourteen separate occasions. One bomb fell into Old Palace Yard on 26th September 1940 and severely damaged the south wall of St Stephen's Porch and the west front. The statue of Richard the Lionheart (pictured here) was lifted from its pedestal by the force of the blast, and its upheld sword bent, an image that was used as a symbol of the strength of democracy, "which would bend but not break under attack". Date: 1940

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection