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Transport Europe Collection

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Morris Minor

Morris Minor
25th October 1952: A Morris Minor saloon car parked on an English village street. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6156 - 1952 - Motor Show - pub

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Lost In Sheep

Lost In Sheep
11th August 1951: A flock of sheep manoeuvre their way around a parked car on their way down the slopes of Snowdonia, at Hafod-y-Llan, Wales

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Busy Regent Street 1905

Busy Regent Street 1905
circa 1905: Horse drawn buses and cabs pass Peter Robinson department store in Londons Regent Street. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Birmingham Bus

Birmingham Bus
1912: One of the first Birmingham motor buses. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Clerkenwell Tunnel

Clerkenwell Tunnel
January 1868: Entrance to Clerkenwell Tunnel on the Metropolitan railway. (Photo by Rischgitz/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Millionth Ford

Millionth Ford
1st August 1946: A Ford Prefect saloon car on view at the Dorchester Hotel, where the Minister of Supply offered congratulations to the Ford Motor Company on producing one million vehicles in less

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Truckers

Truckers
21st July 1951: A British Road Services truck pulls out of the Bermondsey depot as it sets out on a night run. Trunker is slang for long-distance lorry driver

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: HMS Repulse

HMS Repulse
1924: A crowd watching the arrival of the HMS Repulse. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: GWR Engine

GWR Engine
20th May 1892: A Bulkeley engine of the Iron Duke Class, the last train on the Broad Gauge to leave Paddington Station, London. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Brunel Bridge

Brunel Bridge
1859: Isambard Kingdom Brunels Royal Albert Bridge which spans the Tamar at Saltash. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Sail And Steam

Sail And Steam
September 1859: The Great Eastern designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel rounding the point opposite Blackwall on the Thames

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Iron Duke

Iron Duke
circa 1860: The Great Western Iron Duke broad gauge locomotive at Didcot in Oxfordshire. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Zeppelin Over Berlin

Zeppelin Over Berlin
The Graf Zeppelin, the worlds most successful airship, flies over the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Staplehurst Crash

Staplehurst Crash
June 1865: The aftermath of a railway accident at Staplehurst in Kent, on the South-Eastern railway boat train service to Folkestone

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Paddington Station

Paddington Station
8th July 1854: Paddington railway station in London. Original Publication: Illustrated London News - The Great Western Railway Terminus - pub

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Jaguar XK120

Jaguar XK120
21st October 1950: Classic British car the 3.5 litre Jaguar XK120, in its time the fastest production sports car, in the driveway of a country house

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Rail Replacement

Rail Replacement
circa 1902: Workers changing tram rails in Portsmouth to enable electric trams to run through the city. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Horse-Drawn Tram

Horse-Drawn Tram
1901: A horse-drawn tram at the Kings road junction at Portsmouth, shortly before the electrification of the system. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Royal Yacht

Royal Yacht
5th March 1863: The Royal Yacht Victoria & Albert (centre) moored in the sea off Margate. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Horse Tram

Horse Tram
circa 1899: A horse drawn tram at Portsmouth prior to electrification in 1901. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Milestone

Milestone
1910: A car approches an old milestone at the road fork just before High Wycombe, on the main London to Oxford road. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Steam Tram

Steam Tram
circa 1885: A North London steam tram at Stamford Hill. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: London Underground

London Underground
30th July 1912: The platform of the Central London Railway extension at Liverpool Street Station. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Bakers Cart

Bakers Cart
circa 1890: A bakers horse and cart delivering goods for Folletts in Wimbledon, London. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Autosilo

Autosilo
4th June 1955: An Autosilo - a multi-storey ramp garage, invented in Switzerland - at Karlsruhe. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7789 - A Plan To End The Traffic Jam - pub

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Express Train

Express Train
1880: North Eastern Railway express locomotive. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Empire Exhibition

Empire Exhibition
1924: The Flying Scotsman locomotive, leaving through the wall of the Palace of Engineering for Darlington, at the British Empire Exhibition, Wembley. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: German Team

German Team
17th July 1954: The Mercedes team load one of their cars into a transporter for the 1954 French Grand Prix at Reims, which they later won. It was the first time German cars had competed for 15 years

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Subway From Track

Subway From Track
June 1907: A subway leading off the track at Brooklands racetrack. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Steam Tractor

Steam Tractor
October 1906: A steam tractor belonging to the East Lancashire & Oldham Carrying Co Ltd. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Royal Train

Royal Train
circa 1914: The Royal train on a tour through Scotland, viewed from a nearby lane. King George V and Queen Mary visited many locations in Scotland during their 1914 tour including the famous Keillers

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Dollar Station

Dollar Station
1st May 1869: A crowd of people gathered for the opening of Dollar Railway Station in West Alloa, in Clackmannanshire, central Scotland. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Victorian Express

Victorian Express
circa 1875: The East Coast Railway Victorian Express locomotive. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Ludworth Engine

Ludworth Engine
1867: A South Eastern Railway engine pulling out of Waterloo Station, London. (Photo by F. Moore/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Knifeboard Tram

Knifeboard Tram
1847: A tram with knifeboard seats. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Broad Gauge Loco

Broad Gauge Loco
circa 1850: A GWR 4-2-2 broad gauge locomotive at Swindon Station in Wiltshire. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: First Zeppelin

First Zeppelin
2nd July 1900: The first airship, the LZ1, produced by the Prussian Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin (1838 - 1917) on its maiden flight over Lake Constance with Zeppelin at the controls

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Vauxhall Cresta

Vauxhall Cresta
circa 1955: A Vauxhall Cresta parked outside Bush House in London, the headquarters of the BBC. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: SS Aquitania

SS Aquitania
16th June 1920: The Cunard liner, the Aquitania, arrives at the port of Fishguard, on the return of her maiden voyage. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: The Aquitania

The Aquitania
circa 1913: The Cunard liner Aquitania nears completion at the John Brown & Co shipyard on Clydebank. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Travelling Cars

Travelling Cars
4th February 1948: A record shipment of 500 British cars of various makes, at Victoria Dock, London, waiting to be loaded into the SS Port Jackson, bound for Sydney and Melbourne. (Photo by J. A)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: The Alfred Staniforth

The Alfred Staniforth
August 1907: A crowd gathered around a group of lifeboatmen and their lifeboat, the Alfred Staniforth in Teignmouth, Devon. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Rally Rolls

Rally Rolls
June 1906: Spectators on a hillside bend watch a Rolls-Royce car taking part in the Scotch Trials. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Scottish Motor Trials

Scottish Motor Trials
June 1906: Competitors lined up for the 4th day of the Scottish Motor Trials. Motor trials have been a popular sport since the invention of the car

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Rear View Radiator

Rear View Radiator
27th March 1911: A 20.1 hp Brenna with a rear facing radiator at the opening meeting at Brooklands. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Cloud Of Dust

Cloud Of Dust
1909: Contestants in a motor race send up clouds of dust. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: London Tram

London Tram
1909: A horse-drawn London tram. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTransport Europe Collection: Making A Wheel

Making A Wheel
September 1911: A man shrinking a tyre onto the wheel using water to cool it at the London and North Western Railway carriage works. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)



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