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"Unleashing the Need for Speed: From Mrs

Background imageSpeed Collection: Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815

Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815
Scotland for Ever ; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815. The attack by the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment on the French 45th infantry was immortalised in this famous painting

Background imageSpeed Collection: Mrs. Peel and her Lotus Elan

Mrs. Peel and her Lotus Elan
Diana Rigg in a scene from Mission Highly Improbable

Background imageSpeed Collection: Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1932

Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1932
Monaco Grand Prix Poster - held on the 17th April 1932. The race was won by Tazio Nuvolari in an Alfa Romeo. 1932

Background imageSpeed Collection: Poster, Le Mans 24 Hour Rally 1959

Poster, Le Mans 24 Hour Rally 1959
Poster, Le Mans 24 Hour Rally, 20-21 June 1959. Date: 1959

Background imageSpeed Collection: Poster advertising Austin Healey Sprite MK II

Poster advertising Austin Healey Sprite MK II
Poster advertising the Austin Healey Sprite MK II

Background imageSpeed Collection: Supermarine aeroplane, Rolls-Royce S. 6

Supermarine aeroplane, Rolls-Royce S. 6
The Supermarine aeroplane, Rolls-Royce S.6, winner of the International Schneider Trophy Air Race in 1922, 1927 and 1929, and holder of the world speed record of 357.7 mph

Background imageSpeed Collection: Man riding on a steam rocket

Man riding on a steam rocket
The Flight of Intellect. A comic image of a thin man riding on a steam rocket, with his top hat flying off behind him. Portrait of Mr Golightly experimenting on Mess Quick & Speeds new patent high

Background imageSpeed Collection: Nonsuch Palace / Speed

Nonsuch Palace / Speed
Nonsuch Palace, Surrey

Background imageSpeed Collection: Steam Engine / Governor

Steam Engine / Governor
Governor, or Fly-Ball Governor, invented by James Watt to regulate the supply of steam in order to preserve a nearly fixed engine speed

Background imageSpeed Collection: USA, Buffalo, Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash, 1912, oil on canvas

USA, Buffalo, Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash, 1912, oil on canvas
Giacomo Balla (1871-1958), Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash, 1912, oil on canvas

Background imageSpeed Collection: Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1931

Monaco Grand Prix Poster - 1931
Poster for the 3rd Monaco Grand Prix - held on the 19th April 1931. The race was won by Louis Chiron in a Bugatti. 1931

Background imageSpeed Collection: Donald Campbell, Coniston Water, Lancashire, pictures taken on the day of his death

Donald Campbell, Coniston Water, Lancashire, pictures taken on the day of his death, 4th January 1967. Campbell was killed when Bluebird K7 flipped and disintegrated at a speed in excess of 300 mph

Background imageSpeed Collection: Top Fuel Night Session Euro Finals 2014 Santa Pod Raceway Podington, nr Wellingborough

Top Fuel Night Session Euro Finals 2014 Santa Pod Raceway Podington, nr Wellingborough, Northants, England

Background imageSpeed Collection: Harrys New York bar in Paris

Harrys New York bar in Paris. Patrons attempting to break the world record for drinking two litres of beer in seventeen seconds. C. 1947

Background imageSpeed Collection: Jaguar car advertisement

Jaguar car advertisement
Advertisement for Jaguar cars featuring an illustration of the 3.4 Mark 2 Saloon being driven down the motorway by its proud owner who relishes the grace, pace and space

Background imageSpeed Collection: Monaco 1952 poster

Monaco 1952 poster
Stunning poster advertising the 1952 Grand Prix in Monaco, featuring a sleek red car speeding around the palm trees of the principality

Background imageSpeed Collection: DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles & helmet

DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles & helmet
JD-19897 DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles & helmet John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpeed Collection: On Sunday 3rd July 1938, Mallard raced past Little Bytham at 123 mph (198 kmh), then

On Sunday 3rd July 1938, Mallard raced past Little Bytham at 123 mph (198 kmh), then over the next 1and a quarter miles (2 km) its speed rose until for one quarter mile (0.4 km)

Background imageSpeed Collection: Motor Racing 1930S

Motor Racing 1930S
A poster advertising a mixed car and motorcycles racing programme at the Nurburgring in Germany

Background imageSpeed Collection: Shinkansen

Shinkansen (Bullet train) which reaches speeds of up to 300km per hour passing Mount Fuji, blurred motion, Honshu, Japan, Asia

Background imageSpeed Collection: Howard Hughes, US aviation pioneer

Howard Hughes, US aviation pioneer
Howard Hughes (1905-1976), American aviation pioneer. Hughes was 16 when his mother died. When his father died unexpectedly two years later

Background imageSpeed Collection: Policeman on BSA motorcycle, London

Policeman on BSA motorcycle, London
A Metropolitan Police officer riding a BSA motorcycle in London. The BSA could travel at up to 70 miles per hour

Background imageSpeed Collection: Series 300 Shinkansen bullet trains waiting at Tokyo Station, Tokyo, Japan

Series 300 Shinkansen bullet trains waiting at Tokyo Station, Tokyo, Japan

Background imageSpeed Collection: Italian Grand Prix poster

Italian Grand Prix poster
Poster for the meeting of the first ever Italian Grand Prix, held at Brescia - 4th to the 11th September 1921. The meeting also includes racing for aeroplanes and motorcycles

Background imageSpeed Collection: Harley-Davidson Advert

Harley-Davidson Advert
Leslie Parkhurst sits astride the Harley-Davidson that took him to a new motor-cycle world land speed record at Daytona Beach, Florida

Background imageSpeed Collection: Skiers making early tracks after fresh snow fall at Alta Ski Resort

Skiers making early tracks after fresh snow fall at Alta Ski Resort, one of the resorts in America where only skiers are allowed, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, North America

Background imageSpeed Collection: Riders and Racehorses galloping around racecourse

Riders and Racehorses galloping around racecourse
LA-3594 Riders and Racehorses galloping around racecourse Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposed only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpeed Collection: Orient Express train in a rural setting

Orient Express train in a rural setting
The Orient Express - countryfolk stop to watch the express go by

Background imageSpeed Collection: Poster, Le Mans 24 Hour Rally 1961

Poster, Le Mans 24 Hour Rally 1961
Poster, Le Mans 24 Hour Rally, 10-11 June 1961. Date: 1961

Background imageSpeed Collection: An F-86 Sabre jet in flight

An F-86 Sabre jet in flight over Glendale, Arizona

Background imageSpeed Collection: Hitchin, Herts 1940S

Hitchin, Herts 1940S
The corner of Bridge Street, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, where the speed limit for W.D. (War Department) vehicles is 15 m.p.h. The Half Moon pub, sells Noted Luton Ales, too

Background imageSpeed Collection: Poster, Le Mans 24 hour rally 1962

Poster, Le Mans 24 hour rally 1962
Poster, Le Mans 24 hour rally, 23-24 June 1962. Date: 1962

Background imageSpeed Collection: Poster, Iso Scooter

Poster, Iso Scooter, 150cc, design by F Mosca. circa 1959

Background imageSpeed Collection: Old Map of Scotland 1611 by John Speed

Old Map of Scotland 1611 by John Speed
A facimile of John Speeds historical map of Scotland originally published for the " Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain", an atlas to accompany " a history of Great Britain"

Background imageSpeed Collection: J. M. W. Turner (1775-1851). British painter. Rain, Steam an

J. M. W. Turner (1775-1851). British painter. Rain, Steam an
J.M. W. Turner (1775-1851). British Romantic landscape painter. His work is regarded as a Romantic preface to Impressionism. Rain, Steam and Speed The Great Western Railway (1844)

Background imageSpeed Collection: View of the Liverpool skyline and the Liver building, with a pilot boat in the foreground

View of the Liverpool skyline and the Liver building, with a pilot boat in the foreground, taken from the Mersey ferry, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSpeed Collection: St Pauls Cathedral in the evening, London, England, UK

St Pauls Cathedral in the evening, London, England, UK

Background imageSpeed Collection: Cheetah Running, sequence 1 C

Cheetah Running, sequence 1 C
JD-16893 CHEETAH - running Acinonyx jubatus Sequence 1C John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpeed Collection: Grass track racing at Bishops Waltham, Coffin and Bungay on Jap motorcycles. Creator: Unknown

Grass track racing at Bishops Waltham, Coffin and Bungay on Jap motorcycles. Creator: Unknown
Grass track racing at Bishops Waltham, Coffin and Bungay on Jap motorcycles

Background imageSpeed Collection: Roger Bannister - First sub-4 minute mile - Iffley Road

Roger Bannister - First sub-4 minute mile - Iffley Road
Roger Bannister of Great Britain (1929-2018), with a time of 3 mins 59.4 seconds, becomes the first person to run a mile in under 4 minutes, at the Iffley Road Sports Ground, England on 6th may 1954

Background imageSpeed Collection: Motorbike racing - Tourist Trophy Race

Motorbike racing - Tourist Trophy Race
Motorcycle race - high speed cornering in the great Tourist Trophy Race. Date: 1932

Background imageSpeed Collection: Budapest - Chain Bridge by Night

Budapest - Chain Bridge by Night
The Chain Bridge stands out against the night sky in Budapest

Background imageSpeed Collection: The Metagama

The Metagama
circa 1914: The Metagama, one of the first of two cabin liners (the other being the Missanabie ), built in 1914 for the Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd

Background imageSpeed Collection: The Malecon of Havana at dusk

The Malecon of Havana at dusk
The MalecAon (officially Avenida de Maceo) is a broad esplanade, roadway and seawall which stretches for 8Akm (5 miles) along the coast in Havana, Cuba

Background imageSpeed Collection: Postman in the Snow

Postman in the Snow
This stalwart postman does his duty and delivers the post rain or shine, or in this case, thick winter snow. No chance of exceeding the 30 mile per hour speed limit!

Background imageSpeed Collection: RF - Grey Andalusian mare running in snow, Berthoud, Colorado, USA. January

RF - Grey Andalusian mare running in snow, Berthoud, Colorado, USA. January

Background imageSpeed Collection: Rose-ringed / ring-necked parakeets (Psittacula krameri) in flight on way to roost in an urban

Rose-ringed / ring-necked parakeets (Psittacula krameri) in flight on way to roost in an urban cemetery, London, UK. January

Background imageSpeed Collection: Vintage Bentley Speed 6 at Locquirec, Brittany, France

Vintage Bentley Speed 6 at Locquirec, Brittany, France
Vintage Bentley Speed 6 (6.5 litre) with driver at the wheel in Locquirec, Brittany, north-west France. Date: circa 1960s



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"Unleashing the Need for Speed: From Mrs. Peel and her Lotus Elan to the Monaco Grand Prix Poster of 1932" Embark on a thrilling journey through time, where speed becomes an exhilarating force that transcends eras and mediums. Picture Mrs. Peel gracefully maneuvering her iconic Lotus Elan, effortlessly embodying the essence of velocity. Transport yourself back to 1932 as you gaze upon the captivating Monaco Grand Prix Poster, capturing the heart-pounding excitement of one of motorsport's most prestigious events. Feel your pulse quicken as you witness the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo in 1815, their thunderous gallop echoing throughout history. Marvel at the Supermarine aeroplane powered by Rolls-Royce S. 6 engine, soaring through azure skies with unparalleled swiftness. Relive Top Fuel Night Session Euro Finals 2014 at Santa Pod Raceway Podington; flames dancing under moonlit skies as adrenaline-fueled machines defy limits. Behold an Austin Healey Sprite MK II racing across a poster advertising its sheer agility and zest for life. Imagine Mallard hurtling past Little Bytham in 1938 at a staggering speed of 123 mph (198 km/h), leaving onlookers awestruck by its audacity. Discover how Nonsuch Palace embodies elegance and grace while symbolizing mankind's eternal quest for velocity. Witness steam engines governed only by their own power, epitomizing man's mastery over machinery. Challenge convention with a daring image - a man riding atop a steam rocket propelling him towards uncharted realms fueled solely by his thirst for adventure and celerity. Indulge in Harrys New York bar in Paris; where cocktails flow like liquid lightning igniting conversations about fast cars, faster planes, and boundless possibilities born from rapidity itself. Immerse yourself in J. M.