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Opening of Tower Bridge
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Opening of Tower Bridge
BBC 1935
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BBC 1935
BAC TSR-2
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BAC TSR-2
Bristol B-175 Britannia 102
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Bristol B-175 Britannia 102
BAC 1-11
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BAC 1-11
Popular Aviation Magazine
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Popular Aviation Magazine
Filton House, Bristol
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Filton House, Bristol
New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA Featured Image

New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA

The New Pavilion Saltair (built in 1926) and bathers on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The first Saltair, completed in 1893, was jointly owned by a corporation associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called Mormons) and the Salt Lake and Los Angeles Railroad Company (which originally served the site). Saltair was a family place, intended to provide a safe and wholesome atmosphere with the open supervision of Church leaders. Interestingly, this postcard uses the same plate (as 10652128), but reduces the visible gap of water to change the composition! Date: circa 1926

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Nash car showroom
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Nash car showroom
AEESA refrigerator
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AEESA refrigerator
British Overseas Airways Corporation Lockheed 18-08 Lodestar Featured Image

British Overseas Airways Corporation Lockheed 18-08 Lodestar

British Overseas Airways Corporation Lockheed 18-08 Lodestar G-AGDD Loch Losna (msn 2087, ex NX34901, to Royal Norwegian Air Force July 1945 as 2087). The BOAC Lodestars were widely used, carrying diplomats and VIPs as well as essential freight to friendly or neutral countries, particularly Stockholm in Sweden and Lisbon in Portugal, though they were soon supplanted on the Stockholm run when Mosquitos became available. - 16th October, 1941. Date: 1941

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

BAC X-11
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BAC X-11
BAC 1-11 509EW
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BAC 1-11 509EW
Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine Featured Image

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine

Wright J65 (Armstrong Siddeley) Sapphire turbojet engine. The Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire was a British turbojet engine licence- Built in the United States by Curtiss-Wright of the Wright Aeronautical Corporation as the Wright J65. Initial versions were direct copies with only minor equipment differences, but Wright developed the J65 engine independently of Armstrong Siddeley, powering quite a few of the 1950s US jet combat aircraft. Notable uses were the Martin B-57 Canberra, North American FJ Fury, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, and the two Lockheed XF-104 Starfighter proto Types. A 6, 500-10, 380 shp (4, 850-7, 740 kW) turboprop version of the J65 (Sapphire) was developed by Curtiss-Wright as the Wright T49, and a commercial derivative, the Wright TP51A2 was also designed. The T49 first ran in December 1952 at 8, 000 shp (6, 000 kW), followed by flight testing in a Boeing XB-47D test bed from 26 August 1955. By this time however, the market for the engine had vanished. Date: 1951

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Boeing 707-336C G-ATWV
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Boeing 707-336C G-ATWV
Dassault Falcon 20C N671SR
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Dassault Falcon 20C N671SR
Learjet 36A N2FU
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Learjet 36A N2FU
Dassault Falcon 50 N500AF
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Dassault Falcon 50 N500AF
Learjet 55 N970H
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Learjet 55 N970H

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