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Changing Gallery

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

Choose from 162 pictures in our Changing 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 Railway Junction Featured Print

The Railway Junction

The Railway Junction. A signal changing from stop to go. This is a classic British semaphore stop signal (lower quadrant type). There is also a track interchange visible here with points and a water pump for filling up the locomotive's engines

© Mary Evans/The Estate of Charles Robinson (TM)/Pollinger Limited

Br, British, Changing, Charles, Communication, Historical, History, Hose, Interchange, Junction, Points, Pump, Rail, Railway, Robinson, Semaphore, Siding, Signal, Signalling, Signals, Station, Stop, Train, Transport, Water

Mrs Grundy anywhere about? - A young girl checks before emerging from a beach tent Featured Print

Mrs Grundy anywhere about? - A young girl checks before emerging from a beach tent

Mrs Grundy anywhere about? - A young girl checks before emerging from a beach tent... Mrs Grundy is a figurative name for an extremely conventional or priggish person, a personification of the tyranny of conventional propriety. A tendency to be overly fearful of what others might think is sometimes referred to as grundyism. Date: 1934

Changing the Guard at St Jamess Palace, 1792 Featured Print

Changing the Guard at St Jamess Palace, 1792

Changing the Guard at St James's Palace, 1792.Coloured line engraving, artist unknown, published 1792.During the 18th century the British Army recruited many African and Caribbean musicians in the household regiments. This engraving shows three black musicians in ceremonial dress complete with splendid turbans. These black Guardsmen would have been familiar figures to 18th century Londoners since their presence was necessary at the Court of St James's for the daily ceremony of the Changing of the Guard. Being a trumpeter or a drummer was not a purely ceremonial role. Commanders relied on musicians to communicate orders to their troops during combat so they always had a prominent role on the field of battle. Date: 1792

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library