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Background imageDeveloped Collection: Sadlers Wells Interior

Sadlers Wells Interior
Rebuilt in 1765, this developed from a variety hall to a legitimate theatre, often of a spectacular nature as depicted here, with Poseidon riding the waves

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Christian Dior sketching a fashion design, 1948

Christian Dior sketching a fashion design, 1948
In 1947 Christian Dior (1905-1957) created a sensational collection labelled the New Look. His designs centred around gowns with an 18 inch waist, which focused attention on the bust and hips

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Zeppelin Train 1930S

Zeppelin Train 1930S
The Rail Zeppelin, an experimental vehicle developed and tested by Franz Kruckenberg in 1930 - 1931. It was capable of speeds of well over 200 kilometers per hour. Date: 1930s

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Carbine, Self-Loading, . 30 In M1

Carbine, Self-Loading, . 30 In M1
M1. 30 in self-loading carbine, 1942 (c); General Motors Incorporated, Inland Division. Developed as a carbine for issue to second-line troops and officers

Background imageDeveloped Collection: The Great Western Railway terminus at Paddington Station

The Great Western Railway terminus at Paddington Station
A view of the newly developed Paddington Station in London. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel as the London terminus for the Great Western Railway

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Blackburn YA. 1 Firecrest RT651

Blackburn YA. 1 Firecrest RT651
Blackburn YA.1 Firecrest RT651 at the 1947 SBAC Radlett air-show, parked next to the first prototype Boulton Paul Balliol VL892

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Aveling and Porter Steam Roller UR1881

Aveling and Porter Steam Roller UR1881, built ca 1929, at Ferndown in Dorset. (Aveling and Porter was a British agricultural engine and steamroller (road roller) manufacturer

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Beagles

Beagles
The beagle is a breed of small scent hound, similar in appearance to the much larger foxhound and was developed primarily for hunting hare. Artist: George Vernon Stokes Date: circa 1910

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Sopwith 1. 5 Strutter developed for the RNAS

Sopwith 1. 5 Strutter developed for the RNAS
Sopwith 1.5 Strutter single-seat bomber developed for the RNAS in late 1915. Seen here is serial no. N5504. Date: circa 1915-1916

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Junkers Ju 87B -developed specifically as a dive bomber

Junkers Ju 87B -developed specifically as a dive bomber, it was effective as long as it flew with friendly fighter cover

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Sopwith Baby for the Royal Navy was developed from the

Sopwith Baby for the Royal Navy was developed from the Sopwiths 1913 Schneider Trophy winner

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Polikarpov UTI-4 fighter trainers

Polikarpov UTI-4 fighter trainers, captured by German forces during Operation Barbarossa. In the foreground is a late model UTI-4 with retractable undercarriage

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Tilling-Stevens petrol-electric turntable ladder

Tilling-Stevens petrol-electric turntable ladder. Tilling-Stevens developed their Petrol-electric transmission to avoid the reliability

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Hawker Hunter FGA. 74 505

Hawker Hunter FGA. 74 505
Singapore Air Defence Command - Hawker Hunter FGA.74 505 (msn 41H/680085, ex XJ632 and G-9-356), on the line with armourers preparing the ADEN gun pack for removal

Background imageDeveloped Collection: United States Air Force - Beechcraft QU-22B 69-7702

United States Air Force - Beechcraft QU-22B 69-7702 (msn EB-10) The QU-22B was developed as very quiet un-piloted relay station for the Igloo White movement detection system deployed on the Ho Chi

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Aveling & Porter Steam Roller BY2185

Aveling & Porter Steam Roller BY2185 (msn 2185), built 1886, of Croydon Corporation, at the 1959 Crystal Palace Steam Rally

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Colonial C-1 Skimmer N248B

Colonial C-1 Skimmer N248B (msn 8), destroyed in a 1999 accident. The Skimmer was developed into the Lake LA-4 Buccaneer, via the C-2 Skimmer IV, after Lake Aircraft bought the design. Date: 1960s

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Radioplane SD-1

Radioplane SD-1 surveillance drone developed from the OQ-19 family, seen on its zero-length launcher for JATO (Jet-Assisted Take-Off) boosted take-off. Date: circa 1953

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine

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

Background imageDeveloped Collection: London School Board

London School Board
LSB offices on the Thames Embankment, London. circa 1870. Between 1870 and 1904, the LSB was the single largest educational provider in London and the infrastructure

Background imageDeveloped Collection: An artist?s impression of a Lockheed Martin multi-servi?

An artist?s impression of a Lockheed Martin multi-servi?
An artist?s impression of a Lockheed Martin multi-service strike fighter developed in a contract with the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) for a X-32 demonstration programme, August 1994

Background imageDeveloped Collection: WW2 Vickers Supermarine Stranraer

WW2 Vickers Supermarine Stranraer
A photograph of a British WW2 Vickers Supermarine Stranraer long-range flying boat, developed for the Royal Air Force. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Transland Ag-2 N8330H and N8831H

Transland Ag-2 N8330H and N8831H
Transland Ag-2 N8830H and N8831H, 1st and 2nd prototypes. For some years after World War II the Transland Aircraft Company of Torrance, California, a division of Hi Shear Rivet Tool Co

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Transland Ag-2 N8330H

Transland Ag-2 N8330H, the first prototype in flight. For some years after World War II the Transland Aircraft Company of Torrance, California, a division of Hi Shear Rivet Tool Co

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Royal Aero Club Mechanic armbands, Daily Mail Circuit

Royal Aero Club Mechanic armbands, Daily Mail Circuit
EARLY AVIATION PIONEERS - THE SAMUEL CODY ARCHIVE: Extremely rare mechanic armbands from The Daily Mail Circuit of Britain Competition, circa 1911

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Young Russian inventor Anatol M Josephs received the first US patent for a fully automatic

Young Russian inventor Anatol M Josephs received the first US patent for a fully automatic photographic film developing machine

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Scottish Mill Buildings

Scottish Mill Buildings
A pair of architectural perspective drawings which show various angles of old mill buildings in Scotland, to be developed into a crafts village with refreshment rooms

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Beech Model H18 G-ASNX

Beech Model H18 G-ASNX (msn BA-663), of the Cameron Iron Works Ltd. of Leeds, Yorkshire, at Gatwick Airport in April 1969

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Slingsby T. 59F Kestrel 19 918

Slingsby T. 59F Kestrel 19 918
Slingsby T.59F Kestrel 19 918 (msn 1790, BGA 1683), at a regional gliding competition in the 1980s. The Slingsby Kestrel was a licence-built - developed version of the Glasglugel 401. Date: circa 1981

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Nord 1101 Noralpha F-BORO

Nord 1101 Noralpha F-BORO (msn 180), at Moulins, France on 28 July 1990. (The Noralpha is a French developed version of the wartime Messerschmitt Me 208, which was placed into production in France)

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Turbo Union RB. 199 Mk. 104 engine

Turbo Union RB. 199 Mk. 104 engine
Turbo Union RB.199 engine assembly hall at British Aerospace Warton, with a Mk.104 destined for a Tornado F.3. The RB.199 turbofan engine with afterburner

Background imageDeveloped Collection: EDOUARD EUGENE BRANLY (1844 - 1940), French engineer who developed wireless telegraphy. Date: 1923

EDOUARD EUGENE BRANLY (1844 - 1940), French engineer who developed wireless telegraphy. Date: 1923

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Slingsby T. 59J Kestrel G-BDWZ 7

Slingsby T. 59J Kestrel G-BDWZ 7
Slingsby T.59 Kestrel 17 G-BDWZ BGA 2470 - 85 (msn 1867), at a regional gliding competition in the 1980s. The Slingsby Kestrel was a licence-built - developed version of the Glasglugel 401

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Orenco PW-3 A. S. 64143

Orenco PW-3 A. S. 64143
United States Army Air Service - Orenco PW-3 A.S.64143, one of three built, developed from the Orenco D-2. Date: circa 1921

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Subsidence of Waterloo Bridge by G. H. Davis 1924

Subsidence of Waterloo Bridge by G. H. Davis 1924
Subsidence of Waterloo Bridge. Date: 1924

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Jacobs Island

Jacobs Island
View of Folly ditch, Jacobs Island. Jacobs Island was a notorious slum in Bermondsey, London, in the 19th century, located on the south bank of the River Thames

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Kodak Velox photograph wallet

Kodak Velox photograph wallet
Kodak Velox photo paper photograph wallet. circa 1940s

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Churchill tank AVRE, la Breche d Hermanville

Churchill tank AVRE, la Breche d Hermanville
AVRE stands for Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers. This category was a collection of armoured vehicles, generally but not always, Churchill tanks

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Morane-Saulnier MS. 501 Criquet F-BDOS

Morane-Saulnier MS. 501 Criquet F-BDOS
Morane-Saulnier MS.501 Criquet F-BDOS (msn 695), in use as a glider tug at an aero-club in France. (The MS.502 was a Post-war, French produced / developed version of the Fieseler Fi 156 Storch)

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Slingsby T. 59J Kestrel G-BDWZ 7

Slingsby T. 59J Kestrel G-BDWZ 7
Slingsby T.59 Kestrel 17 G-BDWZ BGA 2470 / 85 (msn 1867), waiting for the slack to be taken up on the tow-rope. The Slingsby Kestrel was a licence-built / developed version of the Glasglugel 401

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Slingsby T. 59 Kestrel 17 85

Slingsby T. 59 Kestrel 17 85
Slingsby T.59 Kestrel 17 85, waiting for the slack to be taken up on the tow-rope. The Slingsby Kestrel was a licence-built / developed version of the Glasglugel 401. Date: circa 1982

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Slingsby T. 59 Kestrel 17 667

Slingsby T. 59 Kestrel 17 667
Slingsby T.59 Kestrel 17 667. The Slingsby Kestrel was a licence-built / developed version of the Glasglugel 401. Date: circa 1982

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Slingsby T. 61A G-AYZU

Slingsby T. 61A G-AYZU
Slingsby T.61A G-AYZU (msn 1740). A licence-built / developed version of the Scheibe SF.25 Motor-Falke, produced by Slingsby Sailplanes. Date: circa 1982

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Weir W-2

Weir W-2, at RAF Hendon on 19 July 1951. G. & J. Weir of Cathcart in Glasgow were an established engineering company, founded in 1871, which built aircraft during the First World War

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Bell 209 Cobra N209J

Bell 209 Cobra N209J (given the spoof serial 64-7015). The private venture prototype of the Huey-Cobra, built by Bell while the US Army was wasting time and money on the Lockheed AH-65 Cheyenne

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Grumman US-2C Tracker 133370

Grumman US-2C Tracker 133370
Unites States Navy - Grumman US-2C Tracker 133370 (msn 237C, base code UA, call-sign 54, ex S2F-2), of VC-1. The S2F-2 (S-2C post 1962) was developed to carry the Mk.90 nuclear depth charge

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Boeing XP-8 28-359

Boeing XP-8 28-359
Boeing XP-8 (Model 66) 28-359 (msn 806). Designed to a 1925 Army Air Corps specification for a fighter powered by a 600hp Packard 2A-1500 inverted water-cooled V-12 engine

Background imageDeveloped Collection: Boeing DH-4M-1 110

Boeing DH-4M-1 110 of the US Air Mail Service, seen before its modern restoration. The Boeing DH-4 was initially almost identical to the original de Havilland design



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