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Choose from 323 pictures in our Largest 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.

Paddle Steamer Leith 1837 Featured Print

Paddle Steamer Leith 1837

The paddle steamer Leith arriving at Grantham Pier, Edinburgh. Built by R.Menzies & Sons for the General Steam Navigation Co 1837 and used by GSNC for coastal service between Leith and London. At that time the largest steam ship built. Aquatint engraving after William John Huggins (1781-1845) seen flying the White Ensign and with cannon ports opened. Date: 1837

© Walter Rawlings / Mary Evans Picture Library

Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London Featured Print

Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London

Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London - built in 1888. Situated on the Greenwich peninsula, close to the site of the O2 Arena. The main tower pictured is no longer standing, but the earlier (albeit slightly smaller) tower (seen in the top right-hand corner) is still standing and is still the UK's largest extant gasometer. The road pictured is now the Southern approach to the Blackwall tunnel and none of the buildings shown survive. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner Featured Print

RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner

The RMS (Royal Mail Ship) Empress of Britain, an ocean liner built between 1928 and 1931, owned by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company. The ship provided a transatlantic passenger service from spring to autumn between Canada and Europe from 1931 to 1939. In her time she was the largest, fastest and most luxurious ship on the England-Canada route. She was torpedoed in October 1940, being the largest liner lost during the Second World War and the largest ship sunk by a U-boat. Photograph by Ralph Ponsonby Watts

© Mary Evans/Nigel Sorrell Collection