Garage Wall Poster Collection
Garage Wall Poster Collection   

Garage Wall Poster Collection

£1.95 (Approx $2.44 or €2.28)
Including free UK delivery.
International delivery charges are calculated at checkout.

Recapture those once in a lifetime moments of motorcycling history with images from Mortons' extensive archive of preserved photos - all professionally reproduced in stunning quality and delivered to your door.

The Garage Wall Poster Collection is a series of exclusive motorcycle-related images printed in large format to enable the enthusiast to either frame them or simply enjoy them by sticking them on bare garage walls. The images are but a snapshot from the Mortons Archive collection which proudly boasts having some four million motorcycle images dating back to the pioneering days of two-wheeled transport.
Printed on 70gsm wood-free paper, the images will enjoy a long ‘shelf life’ and the broadsheet format will enable the enthusiast to enjoy iconic images in poster format. Each image has an expanded caption explaining a little of the scene, location and those included in the picture.

The publisher has endeavoured to produce an eclectic mix of both colour and monochrome pictures, but essentially they are all. of classic motorcycling scenes.
Mortons Archive is one of the largest of its type in the world. As welt as prints, there is in excess of one-and-a-half tons of glass plates. The images encapsulate the Edwardian days of motorcycling from the turn of the century right through until the early Sixties when film and transparency was more widely used.
Selecting the images caused much scratching of heads.
We have tried to give you an insight into the variety of images available. To browse thousands more motorcycling images, many of which paint a unique picture of not only motorcycling but the many changes in social history over 70 years, visit the website at: .

Printed by Mortons Print Ltd. Mortons Way, Horncastle, LN9 6JR.
Tel: 0044 (0) 1507 529423 Email: or visit the website at

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