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QUEEN MARY
QUEEN MARY
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Brooklands Poster
Brooklands Poster
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Use the Air Mail Poster
Use the Air Mail Poster
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Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
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Hawker Fury LA610 of 1945 was powered by a Napier Sabre VI
Hawker Fury LA610 of 1945 was powered by a Napier Sabre VI
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Royal Line poster
Royal Line poster
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Diane Leather winning the mile race
Diane Leather winning the mile race
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SS Deutschland, 1900
SS Deutschland, 1900
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STEAMSHIPS/'MAURETANIA
STEAMSHIPS/'MAURETANIA
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Turbinia - steam turbine-powered steamship
Turbinia - steam turbine-powered steamship
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RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner
RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner
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The Cheltehnam Flyer steam locomotive, 1932
The Cheltehnam Flyer steam locomotive, 1932
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RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner Featured Print

RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner

The RMS (Royal Mail Ship) Empress of Britain, an ocean liner built between 1928 and 1931, owned by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company. The ship provided a transatlantic passenger service from spring to autumn between Canada and Europe from 1931 to 1939. In her time she was the largest, fastest and most luxurious ship on the England-Canada route. She was torpedoed in October 1940, being the largest liner lost during the Second World War and the largest ship sunk by a U-boat. Photograph by Ralph Ponsonby Watts

© Mary Evans/Nigel Sorrell Collection

Original Napier Samson 6 cylinder, the fastest of its day
Original Napier Samson 6 cylinder, the fastest of its day
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Opening of Grand Prix de la Marne, Reims, France
Opening of Grand Prix de la Marne, Reims, France
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Pietro Bordino, racing driver, in a Fiat
Pietro Bordino, racing driver, in a Fiat
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USN - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo
USN - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo
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Liore et Olivier LeO 451 -one of the fastest bombers of
Liore et Olivier LeO 451 -one of the fastest bombers of
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Hawker Hunter F-3
Hawker Hunter F-3
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Plectorhinchus vittatus, oriental sweetlips
Plectorhinchus vittatus, oriental sweetlips
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Vought F4U-1 Corsair -when first flown in May 1940, thi
Vought F4U-1 Corsair -when first flown in May 1940, thi
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De Havilland DH 98 Mosquito B IV -powered by two Rolls
De Havilland DH 98 Mosquito B IV -powered by two Rolls
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WW2 poster, The Fairey Fulmer
WW2 poster, The Fairey Fulmer
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The Mustang plane by G. H. Davis
The Mustang plane by G. H. Davis
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British Mosquito bomber by G. H. Davis
British Mosquito bomber by G. H. Davis
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USN - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo Featured Print

USN - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo

United states Navy - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo 131630 or 131631. Turbo-Prop conversion of the R7V-1 for the US Navy. In November 1951, an idea came about to build a turbine-powered version of the R7O-1. This new aircraft was designated L-1249A by Lockheed. In 1954, two R7O-1s (then designated R7V-1) were pulled off the assembly line for conversion into prototypes for the new L-1249A. The landing gear was strengthened along with the fuselage and wings of the aircraft. Extra fuel tanks were also later added on the wing-tips of the two aircraft, increasing the fuel capacity to 7,360 US Gallons. The wings were also shortened from 123 ft 9 in to 117 ft 7 in. Finally, four Pratt & Whitney YT34-P-12A turboprop engines, rated at 5,500 bhp each, were installed in place of the usual Wright R-3350 Duplex-Cyclone radial engines. The new aircraft was designated R7V-2, and first flew on 1 September 1954. The R7V-2 reached 412 mph making it the fastest transport aircraft in the world at the time. The two R7V-2 aircraft were delivered to the Navy on 10 September the same year. Date: circa 1951

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Roger Bannister
Roger Bannister
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Quebec Steamship Company - S. S. Bermudian
Quebec Steamship Company - S. S. Bermudian
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Hermann Lang on the twelve-cylinder Mercedes-Benz
Hermann Lang on the twelve-cylinder Mercedes-Benz
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Gipsy Moth Iv, Greenwich
Gipsy Moth Iv, Greenwich
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Daimler Light
Daimler Light
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Talbot Coupe
Talbot Coupe
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French Spinning Champ
French Spinning Champ
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Thomas Fossett - Texas Tom - Rodeo Rider
Thomas Fossett - Texas Tom - Rodeo Rider
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Lucania Steamship
Lucania Steamship
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A Cheetah in full flight
A Cheetah in full flight
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Canadian Pacific White Empresses
Canadian Pacific White Empresses
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The Tea Clipper - Cutty Sark
The Tea Clipper - Cutty Sark
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The Tea Clipper - Cutty Sark Featured Print

The Tea Clipper - Cutty Sark

The Tea Clipper Cutty Sark'. Built in 1869, she served as a merchant vessel (the last clipper to be built for that purpose), and then as a training ship until being put on public display in 1954. She is preserved in dry dock in Greenwich, London and is currently being restored after a devaststing fire (in May 2007) caused damage to the hull and ecks during earlierrestoration work

© Mary Evans/Malcolm Greensmith Collection

Norddeutscher Lloyd poster
Norddeutscher Lloyd poster
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Welbeck Abbey Motor Race
Welbeck Abbey Motor Race
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M.G. Six Sports car Illustration
M.G. Six Sports car Illustration
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SAILING SHIP ARIEL
SAILING SHIP ARIEL
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Cheltenham Flyer 1935
Cheltenham Flyer 1935
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Lusitania/Mauretania
Lusitania/Mauretania
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Istanbul, Turkey - The Jetty at Arnavutkoy - European Side
Istanbul, Turkey - The Jetty at Arnavutkoy - European Side
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