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

Choose from 412 pictures in our Vessels collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Shaftesbury and Arethusa Boys Homes, Royston, Hertfordshire Featured Print

Shaftesbury and Arethusa Boys Homes, Royston, Hertfordshire

The Shaftesbury & Arethusa Boys Homes at Royston, Hertfordshire, were set up by the National Refuge for Homeless and Destitute Children, founded in 1843 by William Williams. The Earl of Shaftesbury's patronage helped the charity acquire two redundant naval vessels, the Chichester and Arethusa, for use as training ships. In 1904, the charity became Shaftesbury Homes and Arethusa

© Mary Evans / Peter Higginbotham Collection

Unloading Ships at London Docks, 1908 Featured Print

Unloading Ships at London Docks, 1908

Illustration showing various cargoes coming ashore at London Docks, in the East End of London, 1908. Elephants tusks, barrels, boxes and crates are being unloaded from dumb lighters (engineless barges) onto the quayside for transfer to lorry or warehouse. The lighters were used to ferry cargoes between ship and shore and were so called due to their obvious effect on unloading vessels

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Ships of the P&O, Cunard, Orient, Union and Guion Lines, 188 Featured Print

Ships of the P&O, Cunard, Orient, Union and Guion Lines, 188

Engravings of the steamships Lusitania, Khiva, Mexican, Australia, Arizona, Zambesi, Poonah, Nepaul, Ganges, Geelong, Rosetta, Umbria and Etruria (left to right, top to bottom). These ships, from the P&O, Cunard, Orient, Union and Guion Lines, were among 150 merchant vessels that the British Government could have taken over to act as Armed Cruisers in the event of a war with Russia

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans