Brunel's SS Great Eastern, Milford Haven, South Wales
Brunel's iron sailing steamship, the SS Great Eastern, berthed at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, during the 1870s. The ship is so large that it runs the length of Hamilton Terrace. Around this time the ship was being used for the laying of submarine telegraph cables. She was eventually broken up in 1889-1890.
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Stereoscopic View of an Allied Observation Gas-Filled Dr?
Stereoscopic View of an Allied Observation Gas-Filled Draken Gas-Balloon 'Spotting the Turks - Motor-Winch Pays out the Cable for an Observation Balloon About to Ascend' During WW1 Date: 1910s
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Manchester, England - Albert Square
Manchester, England - Albert Square. The Albert Memorial (Thomas Worthington & Matthew Noble, 1869) and Gladstone statue can be both be in the centre. Date: circa 1909
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