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Clockwise Gallery

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

Choose from 51 pictures in our Clockwise 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.


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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

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The Council of the Royal Aeronautical Society 1950

The Council of the Royal Aeronautical Society, 1950, in the Council Room at No.4 Hamilton Place. Clockwise from the far end on the right: Florence Barwood, Capt J.L. Pritchard, Major G.P. Bulman in the Chair (President, 1950-1951), Sir Sydney Camm (President 1954-1955), Major F.B. Halford (President 1951-1952), G.R. Edwards (President 1957-1958), E.T. Jones (President 1956-1957), B.S. Shenstone (President 1962-1963), A.G. Elliott, S. Scott Hall, Sir John Buchanan (President 1949-1950), Sir A.H. Roy Fedden (President 1938-1940 and 1944-1945), W.G.A. Perring, Dr G.P. Douglas, J.W.F. Housego, N.J. Hancock, W. Tye and P.G. Masefield (President 1959-1960). Missing are: H. Roxbee-Cox (President 1947-1949), Sir Frederick Handley Page (President 1945-1947), Lord Brabazon of Tara (President 1934-1936), W.S. Farren (President 1953-1954), Sir Arthur Gouge (President 1942-1944), Prof A.A. Hall (President 1958-1959) and Capt C.F. Uwins. Date: 1950

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library) / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Opening of Wandsworth, Putney and Hammersmith Bridges, Londo

Engraving showing 5 scenes from the opening of Wandsworth, Putney and Hammersmith bridges, by the Prince and Princess of Wales, to become toll-free bridges, 1880. The images shown are (clockwise from top): reading the address at Wandsworth Bridge; a race across Putney bridge to be the first man across; throwing one of the old toll gates into the river; the Royal party leaving Hammersmith bridge; the Princess of Wales meeting the bridge keepers' daughter at Putney Bridge.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans