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Choose from 215 pictures in our Vehicle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Dangerous corner..... Brands Hatch, Kent, England ; Unidentified speed car driver Featured Print

Dangerous corner..... Brands Hatch, Kent, England ; Unidentified speed car driver

Dangerous corner.....
Brands Hatch, Kent, England ; Unidentified speed car driver negotiates what appears to be a " dangerous corner " at the Brands Hatch motor circuit here today. The girl on the track is 22 year old French idol, Francoise Hardy, the innovator of the current mini - jupe ( short skirt ) craze, who is currently on location here for the movie, " Grand Prix ".
Racing sequences for the film are being made at Brands Hatch under the direction of John Frankenheimer for MGM Cinerama presentation.
12 July 1966

© TopFoto

Lord De Clifford leaves London for Athens - a competitor in the Monte Carlo Rally motor run Featured Print

Lord De Clifford leaves London for Athens - a competitor in the Monte Carlo Rally motor run

Lord De Clifford leaves London for Athens - a competitor in the Monte Carlo Rally motor run.
Lord de Clifford left the Royal Automobile Club in London for Athens, from where he will start in the Monte Carlo motor run. He is using a four and a half litre lagonda in the contest.
Photo shows ; Lord de Clifford ( left, with shovel ) and one of his team, Mr H B Browning, packing their special travelling trunk before leaving.
6 January 1934
30s, 30's, 1930s, 1930's, thirties, nineteen thirties

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The Cavendish Permabulator, believed to date from 1733 note the snakes. First known Featured Print

The Cavendish Permabulator, believed to date from 1733 note the snakes. First known

The Cavendish Permabulator, believed to date from 1733 note the snakes. First known perambulator was a miniature carriage built at Chatsworth by William Kent on behalf of the 3rd Duke of Devonshire

© 2003 Topham Picturepoint

Baby Carriage, Could Be Drawn By Dog, Invented, Invention, Page 125, Pram, Shell Book Of Firsts, Vehicle