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Electric Collection

Background imageElectric Collection: Lms Diesel Loco 10000

Lms Diesel Loco 10000
The London Midland and Scottish Railways diesel-electric loco no 10000

Background imageElectric Collection: Reading, Royal County of Berkshire - Tram on the Bath Road

Reading, Royal County of Berkshire - Tram on the Bath Road, advertising the Heelas Store on Broad Street (now John Lewis). Date: 1907

Background imageElectric Collection: Electrical Magnet appliances 1929

Electrical Magnet appliances 1929
Products from the Harrods catalogue electrical department, including Magnet, irons, kettles, shaving pot, milk sterilizer, coffee percolator, water boiler, toaster, griller and toaster, towel rail

Background imageElectric Collection: Electric Fires 1929

Electric Fires 1929
Electrical heaters give cosy warmth instantly day and night no fumes no smoke, products for Harrods catalogue electrical department. 1929

Background imageElectric Collection: Royal Ediswan, Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company 1919

Royal Ediswan, Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company 1919

Background imageElectric Collection: Otis Electric Elevator

Otis Electric Elevator
OTIS electric elevator Date: 1890

Background imageElectric Collection: Glasgow / Sauchiehall St

Glasgow / Sauchiehall St
Sauchiehall Street - electric tram, horse-drawn wagon

Background imageElectric Collection: Glasgow Street Scene

Glasgow Street Scene
An electric tram grinds along Charing Cross, past a row of fruit barrows

Background imageElectric Collection: England / Sheffield

England / Sheffield
PINSTONE STREET an electric tram passes a horse-cart

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Canberra aeroplane

English Electric Canberra aeroplane
English Electric Canberra WH655 aeroplane. 1940s

Background imageElectric Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, building began in 1933. It was the first of a series of very large electric generators set up in order to nationalize the grid

Background imageElectric Collection: The Brighton Belle

The Brighton Belle
The Southern Railways electric pullman express, the Brighton Belle between London and Brighton

Background imageElectric Collection: Northampton / Gold Street

Northampton / Gold Street
GOLD STREET with an electric tram

Background imageElectric Collection: RAF Lightning F Mk. 6 - RAF Leuchars

RAF Lightning F Mk. 6 - RAF Leuchars
Royal Air Force English Electric Lightning F Mk.6 XR760 H of No.23 Squadron at RAF Leuchars Date: 1969

Background imageElectric Collection: Four English Electric Lightning F1s XM139 XM147 XM164

Four English Electric Lightning F1s XM139 XM147 XM164
Four English Electric Lightning F1s, XM139, XM147, XM164 and XM165, of No 74 Squadron, in flight

Background imageElectric Collection: Pier Train / Southend

Pier Train / Southend
The electric train carries passengers to the end of the one and a half mile long pier, the longest in the world

Background imageElectric Collection: Class 40 Diesel-electric locomotive - English Electric Co

Class 40 Diesel-electric locomotive - English Electric Co
One of the new 2000 b.h.p. Class 40 diesel-electric locomotives built by The English Electric Company Ltd. in conjunction with the Vulcan Foundry Ltd

Background imageElectric Collection: London Tram

London Tram
A London tram, destination Abbey Wood via Old Kent Road. Date: 1930s

Background imageElectric Collection: Toy Electric Train Ad

Toy Electric Train Ad
An advertisement for the new Lionel 100% elecrically controlled railroad

Background imageElectric Collection: Omnibus I, 1895 or 1892, by Anders Zorn

Omnibus I, 1895 or 1892, by Anders Zorn
Anders Zorn (1860-1920). Swedish painter. Omnibus I, 1895 or 1892. National Museum. Stockholm. Sweden

Background imageElectric Collection: First prototype English Electric Canberra B2 VX165

First prototype English Electric Canberra B2 VX165
First prototype English Electric Canberra B2, VX165

Background imageElectric Collection: The Brighton Belle 2

The Brighton Belle 2
The Brighton Belle, Southern Railways electric pullman express, running between London and Brighton

Background imageElectric Collection: Swiss Mountain Railway

Swiss Mountain Railway
The Swiss have more mountains than most people - and more railways to carry you up them. This is the electric rack- railway of Gernergrat, starting at Zermatt

Background imageElectric Collection: The old and new forms of Accringtons Trams

The old and new forms of Accringtons Trams - the older steam tramcar from 1886 (top) dubbed the Baltic Fleet and (below) the new modern electric car - the Flying Squadron ! Date: 1907

Background imageElectric Collection: Gibbs Happy Families - Master Tooth

Gibbs Happy Families - Master Tooth the Dentists son. 20th century

Background imageElectric Collection: WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish

WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish
WW2 poster, The worker who left the lights on -- Don t be fuel-ish. Wasted electricity means less fuel to make the weapons we need for victory

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Lightning T. 4 XM989 56 Squadron RAF

English Electric Lightning T. 4 XM989 56 Squadron RAF
English Electric Lightning T.4 XM989 of 56 Squadron RAF at Wattisham on 16 June 1963 with other Lightning F.1As Date: 1963

Background imageElectric Collection: General Electric Company, Schenectady, New York, USA

General Electric Company, Schenectady, New York, USA
General Electric Company buildings at Schenectady, New York State, USA

Background imageElectric Collection: Meat Loaf in concert, Penwith, Cornwall

Meat Loaf in concert, Penwith, Cornwall
Meat Loaf in concert at the Penwith Rock Festival, Cornwall. Date: 1983

Background imageElectric Collection: London in fog

London in fog - a real Pea Souper. The statue of Queen Boudicca of the Iceni on the banks of the River Thames at Westminster at is rended into dramatic silhouette

Background imageElectric Collection: From left: Panavia Tornado, SEPECAT Jaguar

From left: Panavia Tornado, SEPECAT Jaguar, BAC Strikemaster, English Electric Lightning F6 and English Electric Canberra T4

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Lightning F6

English Electric Lightning F6 of No 11 Squadron from RAF Binbrook, Lincs

Background imageElectric Collection: Pifco electric vibratory massager

Pifco electric vibratory massager
Beauty that is yours sincerely: 1950s electric vibratory massager, claiming to help you keep slim and trim, promotes a healthy scalp, affords relief for tired feet and many muscular aches and pains

Background imageElectric Collection: Electric Chainsaw

Electric Chainsaw
Two men, possibly the foreman and an assistant, using an electric Damarm Chain Saw to saw up a huge tree trunk. Date: 1930s

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Canberra B(I)8 for 2nd TAF at RAF Wildenrat

English Electric Canberra B(I)8 for 2nd TAF at RAF Wildenrat
New equipment for NATO. A newly arrived English Electric Canberra B(I)8 for 2nd TAF at RAF Wildenrath in 1956. Date: 1956

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Canberra B2 WD932

English Electric Canberra B2 WD932
English Electric Canberra B2, WD932, was demonstrated at Martin Airport to 20, 000 employees of Martin and their families and civic and business leaders of Maryland and Baltimore. 11 March 1951

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Canberra PR7 WH799

English Electric Canberra PR7 WH799
English Electric Canberra PR7, WH799

Background imageElectric Collection: Three English Electric Lightnings flying from Warton

Three English Electric Lightnings flying from Warton in July 1968. Leading is the first Kuwaiti T55, 55-410/G27-78. Nearest the camera is the unpainted Saudi F53, 53-686/G27-56

Background imageElectric Collection: Development English Electric Lightning F1 XG331 in flight

Development English Electric Lightning F1 XG331 in flight
Development English Electric Lightning F1, XG331, in flight

Background imageElectric Collection: London railways map

London railways map
City & North East Suburban Electric Railway map, 1903 Date: 1903

Background imageElectric Collection: Sea trip by rail, Brighton electric railway

Sea trip by rail, Brighton electric railway
A sea trip by rail, the electric railway between Brighton and Rottingdean. The line was constructed along the seashore eastwards of Brighton from the Paston Jetty, for a distance of four miles

Background imageElectric Collection: London Tram 1935

London Tram 1935
Two trams approach Kew Bridge, London

Background imageElectric Collection: Orford Ness Lighthouse, Suffolk

Orford Ness Lighthouse, Suffolk
View of Orfordness (Orford Ness) Lighthouse, and the station of the submarine electric telegraph linking England and Holland

Background imageElectric Collection: English Electric Canberra B2 WH713

English Electric Canberra B2 WH713
English Electric Canberra B2, WH713, was powered by two Bristol Siddeley Olympus turbojets

Background imageElectric Collection: A robot to open an exhibition: the new mechanical man

A robot to open an exhibition: the new mechanical man
Photograph and sketches of an aluminium man, the first British robot invented by Captain Richards and Mr. A.H. Refell. The machine could rise, bow and make a speech

Background imageElectric Collection: England / London / Streatham

England / London / Streatham
An electric tram passes Streatham Library

Background imageElectric Collection: Algeria - Oran - Rue d Arzew

Algeria - Oran - Rue d Arzew. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageElectric Collection: Two Indian Air Force English Electric Canberra B(I)58s

Two Indian Air Force English Electric Canberra B(I)58s



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