Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 25 October 2014

Historical Ulster : towns, life and Parliament gallery

Images from the Belfast Telegraph's Historic Ulster galleriesTyrella Beach, 1960s
Pierrots show, Bandstand, Newcastle Promenade, 30/6/1954 To purchase this photograph as large format canvas or acrylic visit Belfast Telegraph page on www.niphotocanvas.co.uk
Opening of the Stormont Parliament Buildings, 16th November 1932 To purchase this photograph as large format canvas or acrylic visit Belfast Telegraph page on www.niphotocanvas.co.uk

Belfast Telegraph which dates back to 1870 is offering a unique opportunity to buy selected images taken from the Belfast Telegraph historic archives mounted on canvas and acrylic.

The photographs give a fascinating insight into the history and culture of Northern Ireland during the twentieth century and include images from, Carson and the Ulster Parliament, Ulster towns and Ulster life.

You can buy as these stunning photographs as large frame stretched canvases or mounted in specially commissioned acrylic frames.

>>To see photo galleries click on image

To make a purchase from our collection, simply click here www.niphotocanvas.co.uk/thebelfasttelegraph.htm, pick your picture from one of the Belfast Telegraph portfolios, follow the instructions for picture type, sizing , payment and we will do the rest for you. The pictures on display only represent a small sample of what is available in the Belfast Telegraph archive and we hope to expand this collection on an ongoing basis

The photographs are reproduced and are available for purchase under license from Belfast Telegraph, Independent News & Media (Northern Ireland) who retain copyright for use of all images. All publishing rights reserved. These canvases and acrylics are produced by NI Photo Canvas, a new company based in Killinchy Co Down, which specialises in producing these types of picture.

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