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York Railway Station
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York Railway Station
CONCORDE 002 FLIES 1969
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CONCORDE 002 FLIES 1969
Joan of Arc Enters Reims
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Joan of Arc Enters Reims
Queen Mum in Rhodesia
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Queen Mum in Rhodesia
SS KARMALA
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SS KARMALA
Fabulous Arab Doorway - Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia Featured Image

Fabulous Arab Doorway - Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia

An absolutely fabulous Arab Doorway in the port town of Sidi Bou Said Tunisia, with a pair of knockers for the main decorated wooden doors (for ease of knocking when on a camel or on horseback?) and an additional knocker for the smaller inset door, being rapped by a visitor, keen to gain entrance. If the wonders beyond match the ornate glories of the door, then one can appreciate his keenness to gain admittance. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Showgirls Changing Room
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Showgirls Changing Room
Blackpool Hotels
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Blackpool Hotels
Battle of Tel-El-Kebir
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Battle of Tel-El-Kebir
Hayes winning the Marathon Race. Olympic Games, London 1908 Featured Image

Hayes winning the Marathon Race. Olympic Games, London 1908

Photograph of John Hayes, American athlete, in the final leg of the marathon race at the London Olympic Games in 1908. Dorando Pietri of Italy collapsed after entering the stadium ahead of the pack. He was revived by doctors and some of the officials helped him to his feet and then assisted him to the finish line. John Hayes of the United States was the second finisher. Pietri had been declared the winner, but the Americans lodged a protest that was finally upheld. Dorando was nevertheless presented with a special cup by Queen Alexandra for his pluck

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Handley Page Clive III G-ABYX Featured Image

Handley Page Clive III G-ABYX

Handley Page Clive III G-ABYX of Sir Alan Cobhams National Aviation Day flying circus. One of the Hinaidi I prototypes, J9126, built using a W.10 fuselage as a transport design and later converted to become the sole Clive III, though not entering service as such. Later as G-ABYX sold to Sir Alan Cobham for the National Aviation Day flying circus and named Youth of Australia and later renamed Astra. Date: circa 1935

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library


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