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Choose from 357 pictures in our 00101 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


In 1973, Bellingham newsagent Frank Mattinson found a calvatia maxima - otherwise known Featured 00101 Image

In 1973, Bellingham newsagent Frank Mattinson found a calvatia maxima - otherwise known

In 1973, Bellingham newsagent Frank Mattinson found a calvatia maxima - otherwise known as a giant puffball.
Frank, above right, said in an interview at the time: "I spotted it at the edge of Hareshaw Lynn Burn from the window of my home. I'm surprised I'd never seen it before then."
When Frank bought the puffball into the village it caused a bit of a stir, with locals believing it was the biggest ever found in the county.
Butcher Henry Walton, above left, had "never seen anything like it" and displayed the puffball on his counter, where it was examined and handled by locals.
The puffball was put in a guess-the-weight competition and the proceeds were donated to Hexham Hospital

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General view showing the ruins of Coventry Cathedral after it was destroyed by the German Featured 00101 Image

General view showing the ruins of Coventry Cathedral after it was destroyed by the German

General view showing the ruins of Coventry Cathedral after it was destroyed by the German Luftwaffe in an air raid on the city during the Second World War.
14th November 1940

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1940s, 20th Century, Air Raid, Blitz, Bomb Damage, Bombing, Buildings, Destruction, Devastation, Rubble, Ruins, Second World War, World War Two, Ww2, Wwii

The St George's Day parade, in which the soldiers of the 6th Battalion Royal Featured 00101 Image

The St George's Day parade, in which the soldiers of the 6th Battalion Royal

The St George's Day parade, in which the soldiers of the 6th Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers and the Old Comrades of the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th battalions negotiated the obstacle of a Hillman Avenger car parked illegally in the middle of the route outside of St Nicholas Catherdral, Newcastle. 22/04/79

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