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Historic Wembley Park Gallery

North-West London's world-famous leisure destination

Iconic prints of Wembley, including the Empire Stadium, the old Wembley Stadium, which was home to countless football games, as well as the 1948 Summer Olympics, music concerts, rugby games, motorcycle speedway championships, and many other events.

Choose from 48 pictures in our Historic Wembley Park collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Fine Art Storehouse.

White Horse Final Featured Historic Wembley Park Image

White Horse Final

Mounted policemen control the crowds overflowing onto the pitch before the FA Cup Final between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers at Wembley Stadium. It was the first final to be held at Wembley, with an estimated attendance of 200, 000. The game became known as the White Horse Final for the actions of PC George Scorey and his white horse Billy. Bolton Wanderers won the cup with a 2-0 victory. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Watkins Folly Featured Historic Wembley Park Image

Watkins Folly

1895: Wembley Park Tower known as Watkin's Folly under construction. Built by the Metropolitan Tower Co under the directorship of Sir Edward Watkin to rival the Eiffel Tower. Building stopped in August 1894 and the first platform, 155ft above ground level, opened on 18th May 1896. (Photo by London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images)

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Prize Dog; Priceless Border Takes His Last Gallop Featured Historic Wembley Park Image

Prize Dog; Priceless Border Takes His Last Gallop

24th July 1948: Priceless Border, winner of the Greyhound Derby and the fastest dog in his league runs his last race before becoming a stud at Wembley Stadium Kennels. Original Publication: Picture Post - 4594 - Priceless Border Takes His Last Gallop - pub. 1948 (Photo by Carl Sutton/Picture Post/Getty Images)