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Beware of Trains - In English and Welsh
Beware of Trains - In English and Welsh
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Skerryvore Lighthouse, west coast of Scotland
Skerryvore Lighthouse, west coast of Scotland
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Building Emp State Buil
Building Emp State Buil
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Kraken attacking ship during a storm
Kraken attacking ship during a storm
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Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives
Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives
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Dein Vaterland ist in Gefahr Poster
Dein Vaterland ist in Gefahr Poster
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Aerial combat over trenches during First World War
Aerial combat over trenches during First World War
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Percy H Fawcett, British explorer
Percy H Fawcett, British explorer
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WW1 - Zeppelin over the UK illuminated by searchlights
WW1 - Zeppelin over the UK illuminated by searchlights
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National Air Safety Committee Poster
National Air Safety Committee Poster
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Winston Churchill at Sidney Street Siege, East London
Winston Churchill at Sidney Street Siege, East London
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SOS message from Titanic
SOS message from Titanic
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SOS message from Titanic Featured Print

SOS message from Titanic

A wireless message received by the Russian steamer Birma from the Titanic about five minutes after Titanic struck the iceberg that sank her. The Titanic is identified by her code letters MGY and the message uses both old distress call letters CQD (Come Quickly Danger) and new, SOS. It reads, "CQD - SOS from M.G.Y. We have struck iceberg sinking fast come to our assistance. Position Lat 41, 46 N., Long 50, 14 W. - MGY." Date: 14th April 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Hare (Bewick)
Hare (Bewick)
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Fox hunter is thrown and falls on his head
Fox hunter is thrown and falls on his head
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Oxford V Cambridge 1877
Oxford V Cambridge 1877
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Survivors from a shipwreck eaten by sharks
Survivors from a shipwreck eaten by sharks
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Blitz in London -- Union Road, Rotherhithe, WW2
Blitz in London -- Union Road, Rotherhithe, WW2
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Tank abandoned in a field, end of WWI
Tank abandoned in a field, end of WWI
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LCC-LFB Fireman in his fire kit with new cork helmet
LCC-LFB Fireman in his fire kit with new cork helmet
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Athletic Sports at Grasmere - The Guides Race
Athletic Sports at Grasmere - The Guides Race
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Fisting the Mainsail by Arthur Briscoe
Fisting the Mainsail by Arthur Briscoe
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Scorchers Progress - The Marble Arch - Errant city cyclist
Scorchers Progress - The Marble Arch - Errant city cyclist
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Why We Lost by William Heath Robinson
Why We Lost by William Heath Robinson
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Mouse held away from Mousetrap
Mouse held away from Mousetrap
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LCC-LFB Fireman in his fire kit with new cork helmet Featured Print

LCC-LFB Fireman in his fire kit with new cork helmet

A London fireman in his fire kit, including the new style compressed cork helmet with its LFB crest, which replaced the traditional brass helmets used since the days of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade. The change was necessary because of the risk of electrocution with the brass helmet and the greater strength, protection and lightness offered by the new helmet

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Siberian death defier and Aviator baffling John Clempert
Siberian death defier and Aviator baffling John Clempert
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Ouija Board Danger
Ouija Board Danger
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Lifeboat to Sail Ship
Lifeboat to Sail Ship
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Woman patient, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, London
Woman patient, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, London
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The New Submarine Danger by Bairnsfather
The New Submarine Danger by Bairnsfather
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Collecting Eggs at Flamborough Head
Collecting Eggs at Flamborough Head
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Warning Horn
Warning Horn
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Llest Colliery explosion, Glamorgan, South Wales
Llest Colliery explosion, Glamorgan, South Wales
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Punic Wars, attack on Carthage, Sicily
Punic Wars, attack on Carthage, Sicily
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Balloon descending into Bristol Channel
Balloon descending into Bristol Channel
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Turkish booby trap near Gaza, Palestine, WW1
Turkish booby trap near Gaza, Palestine, WW1
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Iceberg that sank the Titanic
Iceberg that sank the Titanic
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Collecting Eggs at Flamborough Head Featured Print

Collecting Eggs at Flamborough Head

Collecting seagull's eggs at Flamborough Head, Yorkshire. A traditional practice for farmers whose land adjoined the cliff edge, which gave them a legal right to supplement their income by selling eggs. The farmer sub-licenced gangs of three or four climmers, to gather eggs of the gulls, common guillemot, razorbill and others from the cliff side. It was a perilous business, requiring fitness and skill, but the rewards must have been great - in 1908 such eggs commanded a shilling a dozen (about the same as a hundredweight of coal) and it was estimated that gangs could collect up to 300 or 400 eggs a day in season. Date: 1911

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Give and Take on Road
Give and Take on Road
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Girl Runs from Waves
Girl Runs from Waves
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Mascaret (tidal bore) of the Seine, Normandy, France
Mascaret (tidal bore) of the Seine, Normandy, France
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French fishing boat catches octopuses
French fishing boat catches octopuses
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Sponge diver loses his footing
Sponge diver loses his footing
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Capt Webb/Niagara/Scrap
Capt Webb/Niagara/Scrap
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Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood
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Mouse on Train 1947
Mouse on Train 1947
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Danger - Schoolchildren
Danger - Schoolchildren
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Sitting on Volcano
Sitting on Volcano
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Futuristic encounter with an octopus
Futuristic encounter with an octopus
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The Duke of Marlborough in danger, Battle of Ramillies, Spanish Netherlands
The Duke of Marlborough in danger, Battle of Ramillies, Spanish Netherlands
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