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Choose from 13 pictures in our Hotel collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Buffet Car No 9631, c1934
Buffet Car No 9631, c1934
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The Fishguard Bay Hotel, Goodwick, c1930s
The Fishguard Bay Hotel, Goodwick, c1930s
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The Great Western Royal Hotel, Paddington, 1902
The Great Western Royal Hotel, Paddington, 1902
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Lynmouth, Devon, September 1934
Lynmouth, Devon, September 1934
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Cadgwith Beach, Cornwall, c.1920s
Cadgwith Beach, Cornwall, c.1920s
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Carlyon Bay, Cornwall c.1930s
Carlyon Bay, Cornwall c.1930s
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Bigbury-on-Sea from Burgh Island, Devon, September 1935
Bigbury-on-Sea from Burgh Island, Devon, September 1935
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Burford, Oxfordshire, June 1930
Burford, Oxfordshire, June 1930
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American Flag flying from Paddington Station hotel on July 4th 1941
American Flag flying from Paddington Station hotel on July 4th 1941
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St Ives, Cornwall, August 1928
St Ives, Cornwall, August 1928
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Falmouth - Castle Beach, July 1934
Falmouth - Castle Beach, July 1934
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Castle Beach, Falmouth, July 1934
Castle Beach, Falmouth, July 1934
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American Flag flying from Paddington Station hotel on July 4th 1941 Featured Print

American Flag flying from Paddington Station hotel on July 4th 1941

This image shows the American Flag flying from the front of the hotel at Paddington Station on July 4th, American Independence Day, 1941. At this stage the US was not involved in the Second World War, but their support for the British side was evident with the Neutrality Patrols by US warships in the waters of the Western Hemisphere reporting the movements of German Ships to the British Navy, and the supply of money, munitions and food to support the British war effort. In return the GWR, by flying the Star Spangled Banner, was demonstrating its spirit of comradeship with the United States. By late 1942, almost a year after America had joined the war, a close alliance between the US and the GWR was confirmed by the receipt of a letter from Colonel N. Ryan, Chief of Transportation for the US army, who wrote to James Milne, GWR General Manager, to thank the company for all the support they had shown to the US army

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Ladies Hairdressing Salon, Great Western Royal Hotel, Paddington, 1930
Ladies Hairdressing Salon, Great Western Royal Hotel, Paddington, 1930
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