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Walks Gallery

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Choose from 208 pictures in our Walks 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.

Prince Albert visits the Beardmore Works Featured Print

Prince Albert visits the Beardmore Works

Prince Albert (later King George VI - 1895-1952) spent eight hours inspecting Glasgow Factories in December 1919, including a visit to William Beardmore and Company - a Scottish engineering and shipbuilding conglomerate - where he is pictured here walking with William Beardmore, 1st Baron Invernairn (1856-1936). Date: 1919

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection



CHASTITY PERSONIFIED A chaste girl walks through the wicked world, shy but confident, while the unchaste (dark-skinned) shrink away, and other girls admire her Date: circa 1850

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1850, Admire, Allegorised, Away, Chaste, Chastity, Circa, Concepts, Confident, Dark, Girl, Girls, Morals, Personified, Shrink, Shy, Skinned, Unchaste, Walks, Wicked, World

Manchester, Lancashire - Whitsuntide Walk Featured Print

Manchester, Lancashire - Whitsuntide Walk

Princess Street 'walkers' - Whitsuntide Walk, Manchester, Lancashire. The earliest known "Walks" can be traced to Manchester around 1800. Walking Days or Whit Walks as they became known sprang out of the Sunday School movement first pioneered in 1784. The idea behind this movement was to free the children: "Who worked under wretched conditions during the week in the manufacturies... were on Sunday allowed to run wild and free from all restraint." Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection