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Police & Bootleggers
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Police & Bootleggers
St Pauls Circa 1850
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St Pauls Circa 1850
Falstaff in Basket
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Falstaff in Basket
The Queen's House Ghost on the Tulip Staircase. In 1966 Featured Image

The Queen's House Ghost on the Tulip Staircase. In 1966

The Queen's House Ghost on the Tulip Staircase. In 1966, a retired Canadian Reverend and his wife visited the Queen's House, Greenwich, London. The couple had heard about the famous Tulip staircase and took a photograph, however, once developed on their return to the Canada, they saw the photograph had also captured the image of a spectral, shrouded figure, ascending the stairs in pursuit of a second (and possibly a third) figure. The Rev and Mrs R. W. Hardy were adamant there was no figure on the stairway when the photograph was taken. The image remains an enigma to this day... Date: 1966

© The Estate of Peter Underwood / Mark Lyon Collection / Mary Evans

Prams on Brighton Beach
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Prams on Brighton Beach
The Boyhood of Fionn
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The Boyhood of Fionn
Assassination of Lincoln
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Assassination of Lincoln
A German Zeppelins observation car Featured Image

A German Zeppelins observation car

A German Zeppelin's observation car photographed on display as part of a public exhibition of dirigible wreckage collected from across Britain. The aluminium observation car was suspended from wires beneath its Zeppelin and the two linked by a telephone wire, enabling the crew to view the ground whilst keeping the airship itself hidden at a great height

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Photograph of Old Face Plate Lathe Featured Image

Photograph of Old Face Plate Lathe

Photograph of Old Face Plate Lathe, originally installed in the Soho Foundry of Boulton and Watt, Birmingham which was purchased by Avery in 1895. The lathe taking work up to 26 feet diameter. In the foreground is shown the universal joint, 3-speed gear and differential. This lathe was brought to the Soho Foundry as old equipment in 1796. The driving gear, hidden by the big plate, has wooden teeth which are still in perfect working order [when photographed]. Date: circa 1920

© The Institution of Mechanical En

BURYING CHILD ALIVE
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BURYING CHILD ALIVE
Piled High with Shopping
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Piled High with Shopping
MADRAS SORCERY
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MADRAS SORCERY

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