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Montessori school
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Montessori school
London Tram 1935
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London Tram 1935
Admiralty Arch
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Admiralty Arch
Book of the Dead / 11
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Book of the Dead / 11
The Enthusiasts
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The Enthusiasts
Armada / Warning Beacons
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Armada / Warning Beacons
Doyle / The Lost World
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Doyle / The Lost World
William Gladstone as twins
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William Gladstone as twins
Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London Featured Image

Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London

Largest Gasometer in the World - East Greenwich, London - built in 1888. Situated on the Greenwich peninsula, close to the site of the O2 Arena. The main tower pictured is no longer standing, but the earlier (albeit slightly smaller) tower (seen in the top right-hand corner) is still standing and is still the UK's largest extant gasometer. The road pictured is now the Southern approach to the Blackwall tunnel and none of the buildings shown survive. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Comic postcard, three dogs
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Comic postcard, three dogs
Mary's Arithmetic Dream
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Mary's Arithmetic Dream
Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat Featured Image

Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat

The earliest settlement in this area is thought to have been near Langemarck in about AD960 and gradually a cluster of villages grew up around the Yperlee. As Ypres increased in importance it was occupied or fought over by different nationalities - English, French, Dutch and the Austrians. In the late 1600s Vauban built a series of ramparts and fortifications and Ypres became a walled city surrounded by a moat, as it is today. The cemetery has 153 UK, 11 Australian, 10 Canadian, and 14 New Zealand burials. The approach path is named after Rose Coombs, the IWM author whose Before Endeavours Fade book was one of the first reference works for the area. Date: 2011

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Boeing 727-64 XA-SEJ
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Boeing 727-64 XA-SEJ
Boeing P-12J 32-42
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Boeing P-12J 32-42
United States Navy - Douglas A3D-1 Skywarrior 130356 Featured Image

United States Navy - Douglas A3D-1 Skywarrior 130356

United States Navy - Douglas A3D-1 Skywarrior 130356 (msn 9257), seen with JATO bottles fitted for trials. (Note: JATO became superfluous with development of the high-powered steam catapults in the early 1950s). 29 July 1954: First flight. July 1954: Delivered to the United States Navy.1954: Naval Air Test Centre (NATC).August 1954: Converted to YA3D-1Q electronic reconnaissance aircraft.1956-58: Operations with VQ-2 with unit code JQ and call-sign 1'.16 October 1958: Crashed (on approach to Adana AB, Turkey or near Port Lyautey, Morocco, sources differ) 4 crewmen killed. Date: 1954

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Antonov An-2 - OM-UIN
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Antonov An-2 - OM-UIN
Supermarine Scimitar F-1
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Supermarine Scimitar F-1
Vittel, France - The Casino
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Vittel, France - The Casino

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