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Direction Gallery

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Choose from 116 pictures in our Direction 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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Aerial view North of Fulham Road near Stamford Bridge

This view is one taken in a north easterly direction and illustrates the region to the north of Fulham Road near the Stamford Bridge football ground. The athletic ground is represented by the large elliptical area with the covered stands on the western side; while the broad winding road towards the right of the photograph is the Fulham Road. The West London Extension Railway passes under the Fulham Road and runs from left to right while the branch to Waltham Green Station is seen in the left of the picture. On the lower side of the railway towards the left is the large building of the Western District Fever Hospital and on the other side of the railway the Brompton Cemetery. 7 November 1908, 12.23 pm. Altitude 1, 300ft. Balloon Britannia. Date: 1908

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

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British Challenger tank following a farm boy and his cow

A British Challenger tank following a farm boy and his cow across a bridge.One of 48 colour photographs taken by Sgt David John Miles, a reservist who volunteered to serve with 4 Armoured Brigade as Brigade photographer under the direction of Media Ops, Kosovo, 1999.Part of a collection of items relating to the service of Sgt Miles as a photographer in the Gulf and Kosovo.These items were previously shown in the exhibition, ?Kosovo - a personal view?, at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, 21 Oct 2000-20 Jan 2001. Date: 1999

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Am Tag, Heath Robinson

'Am Tag! Die Deutsche Kommen (Very)! Incidents of the Coming German Invasion of England, by Heath Robinson. 2. With the aid of an ingenious device, the Germans send English dispatches astray.' Second in a series of cartoons by William Heath Robinson in The Sketch, mocking the preoccupation in the British press regarding a potential German invasion, as outlined by articles by Robert Blatchford in the Daily Mail. Date: 1910

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans