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HMS Victorious (R38) approaching the Persian Gulf
HMS Victorious (R38) approaching the Persian Gulf
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Liverpool & Mersey Tug
Liverpool & Mersey Tug
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Drake Plays Bowls
Drake Plays Bowls
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Clyde paddle steamer Mercury
Clyde paddle steamer Mercury
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Hunter's Quay, Argyll & Bute, Scotland
Hunter's Quay, Argyll & Bute, Scotland
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Don Quixote and the sheep
Don Quixote and the sheep
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Four Supermarine Scimitars of 807 Squadron
Four Supermarine Scimitars of 807 Squadron
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Girl Runs from Waves
Girl Runs from Waves
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India/Simla Railway Stn
India/Simla Railway Stn
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Lock on the River Thames
Lock on the River Thames
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Scene from Shakespeares tragedy, Othello
Scene from Shakespeares tragedy, Othello
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British Aerospace-Boeing Harrier T.12 ZH661
British Aerospace-Boeing Harrier T.12 ZH661
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Four Supermarine Scimitars of 807 Squadron Featured Print

Four Supermarine Scimitars of 807 Squadron

Four Supermarine Scimitars of 807 Squadron (XD243, XD245, XD249 and XD268) approaching the top of a loop. In the background is the disused airfield at Banff and the coastline of the Moray Firth

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans Picture Library

807, Aeroplane, Aeroplanes, Aircraft, Airfield, Airplane, Airplanes, Approaching, Background, Banff, Coastline, Disused, Firth, Four, Loop, Moray, Plane, Planes, Scimitars, Squadron, Supermarine, Top, Transport, Xd243, Xd245, Xd249, Xd268

British Aerospace-Boeing Harrier GR.7 ZD437
British Aerospace-Boeing Harrier GR.7 ZD437
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Plane flying at 32,000 feet approaching Mount Everest
Plane flying at 32,000 feet approaching Mount Everest
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British CWGC Cemetery Tyne Cot, Passchendaele, Belgium
British CWGC Cemetery Tyne Cot, Passchendaele, Belgium
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Cartoon, The Political Chameleon
Cartoon, The Political Chameleon
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Llandrindod Wells railway station, Powys, Wales
Llandrindod Wells railway station, Powys, Wales
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Golfer James Braid Approaching Fifteenth Green
Golfer James Braid Approaching Fifteenth Green
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A Nice Conclusion, by William Heath Robinson, WW1
A Nice Conclusion, by William Heath Robinson, WW1
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321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps
321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps
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Schempp-Hirth Minimoa BGA338
Schempp-Hirth Minimoa BGA338
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Croydon Airport - Fokker F.XII PH-AIJ
Croydon Airport - Fokker F.XII PH-AIJ
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Croydon Airport - Fokker F.VIIb-3m OO-AID
Croydon Airport - Fokker F.VIIb-3m OO-AID
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Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH.84 Dragon G-ACIU
Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH.84 Dragon G-ACIU
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321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps Featured Print

321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps

One of three photographs showing 321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, managing the controlled explosion of a stolen Datsun 120Y, Omagh district, 1975. Second picture shows the wheelbarrow approaching the car to insert the torpex candle. The car was subsequently found not to contain explosives. One of seven copy photographs showing 321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Coy, Royal Army Ordnance Corps at work in Omagh, 1975. Associated with Northern Ireland (1969-2007). Date: 1975

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH.86b Express G-AEJM
Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH.86b Express G-AEJM
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Croydon Airport - Douglas-Fokker DC-2-115E PH-AKH
Croydon Airport - Douglas-Fokker DC-2-115E PH-AKH
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Croydon Airport - Fokker F.IX PH-AGA
Croydon Airport - Fokker F.IX PH-AGA
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Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH.89a Dragon Rapide G-AEXO
Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH.89a Dragon Rapide G-AEXO
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Blackrock Castle On River Lees Approaching to Cork City
Blackrock Castle On River Lees Approaching to Cork City
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The road down in Izmir - a Camel Caravan approaching
The road down in Izmir - a Camel Caravan approaching
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Supermarine Scimitar F-1
Supermarine Scimitar F-1
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Three angels answer the prayers of the mysterious woman
Three angels answer the prayers of the mysterious woman
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Mosque of Aliaferra, Savagossa
Mosque of Aliaferra, Savagossa
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The Best of Luck, by Hamilton, Raleigh and Collins
The Best of Luck, by Hamilton, Raleigh and Collins
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Road approaching Antioch, Turkey
Road approaching Antioch, Turkey
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D-Day Invasion Forces off Normandy, France, WW2
D-Day Invasion Forces off Normandy, France, WW2
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The Best of Luck, by Hamilton, Raleigh and Collins Featured Print

The Best of Luck, by Hamilton, Raleigh and Collins

The Best of Luck by Henry Hamilton, Cecil Raleigh and Arthur Collins. First produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, September 1916. The heroine on her motorcycle, right, has escaped the collapse of the bridge, unlike the villain, seen falling from his car as a train approaches (Act III). A typical sensation scene in a Drury Lane melodrama. Date: 1916

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

D-Day British Invasion Forces, WW2
D-Day British Invasion Forces, WW2
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D-Day American Invasion Forces, WW2
D-Day American Invasion Forces, WW2
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The Robber
The Robber
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Bridge approaching Ceres, Cape Colony, South Africa
Bridge approaching Ceres, Cape Colony, South Africa
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Shipbuilding at Belfast, Great Liners Approaching Completion
Shipbuilding at Belfast, Great Liners Approaching Completion
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Tram Construction at Belfast, New Cars Approaching Completio
Tram Construction at Belfast, New Cars Approaching Completio
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Approaching the Great Cairn, Lough Crew
Approaching the Great Cairn, Lough Crew
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Glenveigh, Co Donegal
Glenveigh, Co Donegal
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Glenveigh and Castle, Co Donegal
Glenveigh and Castle, Co Donegal
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Riding on a sledge
Riding on a sledge
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Winter scene in a village
Winter scene in a village
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Swedish Train in Snow
Swedish Train in Snow
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