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Choose from 1771 pictures in our Welcome Swallow 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.


York City - 1974/5 Featured Welcome Swallow Print

York City - 1974/5

Football - 1974 / 1975 season - York City photocall
Team Group
Back (left to right): Barry Lyons, Ian Butler, John Stone, Graeme Crawford, Jimmy Seal, Peter Oliver, Gordon Munter.
Second Row: Spence Calvert (trainer), Ron Cliff, Ian Robb, Jimmy Hinch, John Reynolds, Barry Swallow, Chris Topping, John Peachey, Colin Meldrum (trainer).
Sitting: Dennis Wann, Bobby Hosker, Brian Bolland, Ian Holmes, Chris Jones, John Woodward.
Ground: Finbar O'Sullivan, Mich Povey, Kevin Pickard

© Colorsport

CM3 0457 Ian Swallow, Riley 12, JPF 691 Featured Welcome Swallow Print

CM3 0457 Ian Swallow, Riley 12, JPF 691

Ian Swallow, Riley 12, JPF 691, VSCC Brooklands Double 12 2014. Brooklands, double 12, Double twelve, Historic Racing, nostalgia, old cars, old racing cars, racing cars, Veteran Sports Car Club, VSCC, VSCC Brooklands Double 12 2014, motor sport, cars, racing, speed test

© (C)2014 Chris McEvoy, all rights reserved, www.cjm-photography.co.uk.

Brooklands, Cars, Double 12, Double Twelve, Historic Racing, Ian Swallow, Jpf 691, Motor Sport, Nostalgia, Old Cars, Old Racing Cars, Racing, Racing Cars, Riley 12, Speed Test, Veteran Sports Car Club, Vscc, Vscc Brooklands Double 12 2014

Pelican eel Featured Welcome Swallow Print

Pelican eel

Pelican eel (Eurypharynx pelecanoides), computer artwork. This is a deep sea fish, living in the lightless (aphotic) zone below around 500 metres. It has been recorded in the very deep sea, up to eight kilometres below the surface. It can reach a length of around a metre, but its widely hinged jaw and expandable stomach means that it can swallow prey much larger than itself. This typically includes other fish, cephalopods and shrimp. It is found in temperate and tropical seas worldwide

© CHRISTIAN DARKIN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY