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

Choose from 185 pictures in our Safe 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.


Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City Featured Print

Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City

The Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The first Saltair, completed in 1893, was jointly owned by a corporation associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called Mormons) and the Salt Lake and Los Angeles Railroad Company (which originally served the site). Saltair was a family place, intended to provide a safe and wholesome atmosphere with the open supervision of Church leaders

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Babcock and Wilcox 6 ton Steam Roller YB7976 Toby Featured Print

Babcock and Wilcox 6 ton Steam Roller YB7976 Toby

Babcock and Wilcox 6 ton Steam Roller YB7976 Toby (msn 95/4009). Seen with a 1955 Standard 10 motor car 200CPJ at a 1959 Walford Cross auction. Built in 1925 to the design of Messrs. Clayton & Shuttleworth Ltd. who had been taken over by Babcock & Wilcox in 1924. YB7976 is one of eight delivered to W W Buncombe of Highbridge, Somerset in January 1926, where it worked until 1966. Only five Babcock & Wilcox rollers survive, two 6 ton and three 10 ton models. (Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) began in 1867 with one patent, two friends and an unwavering commitment to reliable and effective innovation. When Stephen Wilcox first avowed that here must be a better way to safely generate power, he and George Babcock responded with the design for the first inherently safe water-tube boiler, and the company was born. This challenge to continuously improve endures today, over 150 years later). Date: 1959

© The Peter Butt Steam Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Underground town in England impervious to flying bombs Featured Print

Underground town in England impervious to flying bombs

An underground town in southern England impervious to flying bombs. A town somewhere in southern England (not named by the Illustrated London News, but quite possibly the Chislehurst Caves) where nature provided safe shelters for the residents - deep caves in which they sleep soundly, oblivious to the flying bombs. Life in the caves in watched over by shelter wardens, who see to the people's comfort and settle their difficulties. Many amenities have been provided, and the cave-dwellers have organised their own social life underground which includes whist drives, concerts and Divine Service. Date: 1944

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans