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Wwi/Gallipoli/Hms Clyde
Wwi/Gallipoli/Hms Clyde
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Indian Smoothbore .656 in musket, Pattern 1858
Indian Smoothbore .656 in musket, Pattern 1858
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Cardinal Newman Lying in State
Cardinal Newman Lying in State
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HMS Glorious cruiser and aircraft carrier, WW1
HMS Glorious cruiser and aircraft carrier, WW1
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Biplane bomber converted for passenger use, Middle East
Biplane bomber converted for passenger use, Middle East
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Smallpox and Vaccination Hospital, Highgate, London
Smallpox and Vaccination Hospital, Highgate, London
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XH844 started out as a Gloster Javelin F(AW)7
XH844 started out as a Gloster Javelin F(AW)7
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Zacchaeus Converted
Zacchaeus Converted
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Elizabeth Ann Seton
Elizabeth Ann Seton
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An artists impression of the Tarrant Tabor in flight
An artists impression of the Tarrant Tabor in flight
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HMS Courageous, British battlecruiser, WW1
HMS Courageous, British battlecruiser, WW1
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Percival Proctor 5 after being converted
Percival Proctor 5 after being converted
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Indian Smoothbore .656 in musket, Pattern 1858 Featured Image

Indian Smoothbore .656 in musket, Pattern 1858

Indian Smoothbore .656 in musket, Pattern 1858, lock dated 1856.Converted from a Pattern 1853 Enfield rifle-musket in India 1858 (c), this exceptionally rare item was part of an original issue of 10, 000 weapons sold by the British Government to the East Indian Company in 1856. These weapons were a contributory cause of the Indian Mutiny because of the belief that animal fat had been incorporated in the grease for the cartridges. After the Mutiny, most Indian troops were issued with smooth-bore muskets which at the same time were to look similar to Enfield rifles. In this case the original rifling was bored out and a locally-made ramrod fitted. Also, a simple fixed backsight replaced the graduated rear sight of the Enfield.Now in poor condition, it is identified by the faint stamp on the butt of the EIC lion rampant regardment and holding the crown. In addition the initials WD (War Department) over the broad arrow combined with I (India) and the date 1856 are present. The weapon was subsequently bored smooth and re-sighted to conform with the pattern 1858-1859 .656in muskets for Native Infantry. Date: 1858

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Convair CV-240-27 N95
Convair CV-240-27 N95
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de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk G-AOUO
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk G-AOUO
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Kaman HH-43F Huskie 62-4450
Kaman HH-43F Huskie 62-4450
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Wheatsheaf Inn - National Childrens Home, Edgworth
Wheatsheaf Inn - National Childrens Home, Edgworth
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Spitfire with Floats
Spitfire with Floats
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Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1
Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1
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HMS Empress aircraft carrier, WW1
HMS Empress aircraft carrier, WW1
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Conversion of St Paul on the road to Damascus
Conversion of St Paul on the road to Damascus
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United States Air Force - Fairchild C-123K Provider 55-4548
United States Air Force - Fairchild C-123K Provider 55-4548
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Old Baptist Church
Old Baptist Church
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Beagle A.61 Terrier G-ASAC Airways Aero Club Rearsby
Beagle A.61 Terrier G-ASAC Airways Aero Club Rearsby
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Dalis House
Dalis House
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Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1 Featured Image

Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1

Lady Stradbroke, formerly Helena Fraser and wife of George Rous, 3rd Earl of Stradbroke, pictured with three nurses at the family home of Henham Hall in Suffolk. The house was converted into a military hospital during the First World War and received convoys of wounded soldiers directly from France, who were passed on to the Red Cross once sufficiently well. Lady Stradbroke took sole charge as matron and efficiently superintended the hospital. Henham Hall was demolished in 1953

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A Boeing B-17 converted to an airliner by Saab for SILA
A Boeing B-17 converted to an airliner by Saab for SILA
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LCC-MFB Battersea sub-fire station, London SW8
LCC-MFB Battersea sub-fire station, London SW8
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Bristol Beaufighter TT Mk.10 RD758, Bahrain
Bristol Beaufighter TT Mk.10 RD758, Bahrain
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Super Constellation 145925 Project Magnet UFO Investigation
Super Constellation 145925 Project Magnet UFO Investigation
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Rifle, Bolt Action, Ross, .303 In M1910 Mk Iii
Rifle, Bolt Action, Ross, .303 In M1910 Mk Iii
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Lee Enfield Mk I . 303 in bolt action sniper rifle, 1916
Lee Enfield Mk I . 303 in bolt action sniper rifle, 1916
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H.M.S Caledonia formerly Majestic 1937
H.M.S Caledonia formerly Majestic 1937
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Wagner Twin Tri Pacer NX932A
Wagner Twin Tri Pacer NX932A
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United States Army Beechcraft RU-21D Laffing Eagle 67-18105
United States Army Beechcraft RU-21D Laffing Eagle 67-18105
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USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B
USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B
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Soldiers bathing in a brewery during World War I
Soldiers bathing in a brewery during World War I
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Bristol Beaufighter TT Mk.10 RD867, Rockcliffe, Canada
Bristol Beaufighter TT Mk.10 RD867, Rockcliffe, Canada
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USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B Featured Image

USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B

United States Navy / Central Intelligence Agency / Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3A 149673 (msn 185-5014). Built as a Lockheed P-3A-15-LO Orion, 149673 was converted to EP-3A for the Central Intelligence Agency to use in overflights of the Peoples Reublic of China (PRC). As well as ELINT and SIGINT electronics 149673, (and the two similar Black P-3As), was fitted with low-noise cropped propeller blades, extended engine exhaust to reduce noise and infra-red signature and rearwards-firing AIM-9 Sidewinder Air to Air missiles, for defence. Black P-3A: Least known of all in the P-3 family. Three P-3As (BuNo 149669, BuNo 149673, and BuNo 149678) were obtained by the CIA from the US Navy under Project STSPIN in May 1963, as the replacement aircraft for CIAs own covert operation fleet of RB-69A/P2V-7Us. Converted by Aerosystems Division of LTV at Greenville, Texas, the three P-3As were simply known as .lack P-3As under Project Axial. Officially transferred from US Navy to CIA in June/July 1964. LTV Aerosystems converted the three aircraft to be both ELINT and COMINT platforms. The first of the three .lack P-3As arrived in Taiwan and were officially transferred to ROCAFs top secret Black Bat Squadron on June 22, 1966. Armed with 4 Sidewinder short range AAM missiles for self-defense, the three .lack P-3As flew peripheral missions along the China coast to collect SIGINT and air samples. When the project was terminated in January 1967, all three .lack P-3As were flown to NAS Alameda, California, for long term storage. Two of the three aircraft (BuNo 149669 and BuNo 149678) were converted into the only two EP-3Bs in existence by Lockheed at Burbank in September 1967, while the third aircraft (149673) was converted by Lockheed in 1969-1970 to serve as a development aircraft for various electronic programs. Date: circa 1967

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Fairey Barracuda V, PM940, was converted from a MkIII
Fairey Barracuda V, PM940, was converted from a MkIII
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Fairey Gannet AS.4 XG631
Fairey Gannet AS.4 XG631
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Gloster Meteor NF.14 WS788
Gloster Meteor NF.14 WS788
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McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle 71-0291
McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle 71-0291
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Hawker Hunter FGA.73 704
Hawker Hunter FGA.73 704
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de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1XB G-APAS
de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1XB G-APAS
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Boeing KC-97L Stratofreighter O-20905
Boeing KC-97L Stratofreighter O-20905
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Douglas DT-6 A6851
Douglas DT-6 A6851
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North American T-28B Trojan 137680
North American T-28B Trojan 137680
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Northrop F-5B Freedom Fighter 20441
Northrop F-5B Freedom Fighter 20441
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Convair F-106A Delta Dart 57-2478 09
Convair F-106A Delta Dart 57-2478 09
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Prison ship Success Australia, c.1890
Prison ship Success Australia, c.1890
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