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Choose from 245 pictures in our Bush 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.


Filming the Holy Thorn at Kingsthorn, Herefordshire - and the buds which came into Featured Print

Filming the Holy Thorn at Kingsthorn, Herefordshire - and the buds which came into

Filming the Holy Thorn at Kingsthorn, Herefordshire - and the buds which came into bloom around Midnight, Old Christmas Eve (January 5th). Herefordshire has several holy thorns, which are, by legend, developed from ancient cuttings of the Holy Thorn of Glastonbury. Date: 1950

1950, Arimathea, Bud, Buds, Bush, Christ, Christs, Corwn, Glastonbury, Herefordshire, Holy, Interest, Jesus, Joseph, Kingsthorn, Legend, Legendary, Legends, Staff, Thorn, Tradition, Traditions, Tree

New York panorama at Shepherd's Bush, London Featured Print

New York panorama at Shepherd's Bush, London

The realistic panorama of New York City at the Pink City (White City), Shepherd's Bush, London, part of an Anglo-American exposition. Featuring a large two-dimensional cutout of the New York skyline, as seen from the Hudson River. Buildings represented include the Woolworth Building, the Singer Building and the Park Row Building. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Mimi and Tou-tou: a Thames to Tanganyika romance Featured Print

Mimi and Tou-tou: a Thames to Tanganyika romance

Mimi and Tou-tou: a Thames to Tanganyika romance. The overland journey made from the Cape to Central Africa, and the victorious battles fought on Lake Tanganyika by the British naval expedition with the two armed motor boats Mimi and Tou-tou, stand out as wonders of the war. Upper image shows hoisting the Union Jack at Fungurumee, the base camp for the bush trek to Lake Tanganyika. Lower image shows native women following the British commander to his camp and chanting songs of praise after the Von Wiessman flagship of the German flotilla had been sunk.
1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans