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Choose from 110 pictures in our 01507 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.


Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother celebrates her 97th birthday with other members of Featured 01507 Image

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother celebrates her 97th birthday with other members of

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother celebrates her 97th birthday with other members of the Royal family, inlacing Princess Margaret, Prince Charles, Zara Phillips, Timothy Laurence, Prince William, Viscount Linley, Queen ELizabeth II, Prince Harry, Daniel Chatto, Sarah Chatto and Peter Phillips, at Clarence House. 4th August 1997

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New Seaham lifeboat crew left to right: Captain R. Muir, Captain R. Mallan, Second Cox. M Featured 01507 Image

New Seaham lifeboat crew left to right: Captain R. Muir, Captain R. Mallan, Second Cox. M

New Seaham lifeboat crew left to right: Captain R. Muir, Captain R. Mallan, Second Cox. M. Green, Spare Hand, J. Finlay Second Bowman, Captain R. Hudson, E. Brown, Bowman, A. Farrington, second mechanic, T. Breeds spare hand, T. Turnbull, chief launch man and J. Whitton, winch man.
21st November 1962

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A 100 year old lifeboat which plucked troops from the Dunkirk beaches Featured 01507 Image

A 100 year old lifeboat which plucked troops from the Dunkirk beaches

A 100 year old lifeboat which plucked troops from the Dunkirk beaches and rescued
downed airmen from the English Channel during World War Two will start life afresh as a
museum piece.
The former Pull and Sail boat was to have been burnt by its Port Talbot owner, 61 year-old Mr John Hope, when he decided be had no further use for it, but he changed his mind and offered it free of charge to Swansea Maritime and Industrial Museum, whose staff took possession yesterday.
Mr Hope, of Moorland Road. Sandflelds, bought the lifeboat from another man eight years ago and
converted it to a cruiser by adding a cabin.
Picture shows: Mr John Hope and his lifeboat which is destined for a museum. 11th September 1986

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