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Choose from 39 pictures in our Father's Day 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.


Giulio Foresti - racing driver BL24416_001 Featured Father's Day Print

Giulio Foresti - racing driver BL24416_001

Bryanston Garage, 45-45 Crawford Place, Marylebone, London. Giulio Foresti standing next to a motor car chassis on the roof of Bryanston Garage. The photograph is one of a set taken for Giulio Foresti (1888-1965), Italian racing car driver and believed to be the owner of Bryanston Garage. Photographed by Bedford Lemere & Co, Dec 1918 - Jan 1919

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HMS Warspite EAW005978 Featured Father's Day Print

HMS Warspite EAW005978

HMS WARSPITE, Prussia Cove, Cornwall. Warspite was launched in 1913 and saw action with the Royal Navy at the Battle of Jutland in 1916. During the second world war she saw service off Norway, Italy, in the Indian Ocean, Sicily and Normandy. Plagued by steering problems almost from the outset this Queen Elizabeth class battleship was finally sold for scrap in 1947. Photographed here in May 1947, she is seen here having run her anchor during a storm and run aground while on her way to be broken up. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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Airship hangars 27516_026 Featured Father's Day Print

Airship hangars 27516_026

Airship hangars, RAF Cardington, Bedfordshire. No.1 shed was built in 1915 by Short Brothers to build two airships for the navy. After the first world war the site became the Royal Airship Works and No. 1 shed was extended and enlarged in preparation for the R101 project. No. 2 shed was brought from Norfolk and re-erected here in 1930. The sheds were later used for constructing barrage balloons

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