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Indoor Gallery

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Choose from 274 pictures in our Indoor 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.

Indoor filming Featured Print

Indoor filming

Televising a Spanish scene at the Crystal Palace, filmed on cine-film at the studios of the Baird Television Company. On the 2nd February 1935 the Baird system transmitted indoor and outdoor scenes to an audience in Westminster. The subjects of the recording included horse jumping and racing film scenes.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Tram Construction at Belfast, Electro-Motor Carriage and Tra Featured Print

Tram Construction at Belfast, Electro-Motor Carriage and Tra

Tram Construction at Belfast, Electro-Motor Carriage and Tram Base in Finishing Shed - a view of the undercarriage and wheels of a tram and a finished tram base ahead in a large indoor workplace. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Antrim: Belfast). Date: circa early 1900s

© National Museums NI / Mary Evans

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Game of forfeits Featured Print

Game of forfeits

Game of forfeits commenced with a large group of people, by spinning a wooden trencher or dish and was called 'turn-trencher'. People seated round, when one of the party step forward and spins the trencher on the floor, someone is called upon to catch it while spinning, until the name was called by the spinner, which was seldom done until the trencher appeared ready to fall, if not caught before it fell, they would have to pay a forfeit. The women gave up their purses, necklaces and gloves the men give up their watches, pencil-cases, nay and even their hats and coats, everyone's belongings piled high on the table. We knew that some kind of freemasonry existed between the lady who held up the forfeit and the lady knelt down, as if pretending not to know to whom the pledge belonged, while she passed sentence with her face buried in the lap of her laughing companion. Date:

© Mary Evans Picture Library