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Choose from 370 pictures in our Tunnel 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.


A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon Featured Print

A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon

"They must 'ave 'ad some good news or somethin', Alf; you can 'ear 'em cheerin' quite plain." Two British Tommies, Bill and Alf, sit in a tunnel deep underground and mistake the noises of an exploding mine and shouting above as cheers. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1917, 1st, Alf, Bairnsfather, Bill, British, Bruce, Cartoon, Cartoons, Comic, Digging, Dug, Enemy, Engineers, Exploding, Explosion, Front, German, Great, Historical, History, Humorous, Humour, Mine, Miner, Mining, Noises, Sapper, Sappers, Soldiers, Success, Tommies, Tunnel, Tunnelling, Underground, War, Western, World, Ww1, Wwi

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

Norway - Torghatten Featured Print

Norway - Torghatten

Torghatten (Troll's Hat) is a hill in Norway renowned for its distinctive hole piercing straight through the hillside (not a printing error!). The hill is so named after a tale of a Troll who's hat was pierced by an arrow, whilst saving a beautiful woman from the amorous advances of a less-mannered troll. The discarded hat turned to stone and formed the hill! Date: circa 1908

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection