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Background imageLeading Collection: The Broad and Narrow way to Heaven or Hell - Religious concepts

The Broad and Narrow way to Heaven or Hell - Religious concepts
THE BROAD AND NARROW WAY the good take the narrow road to Heaven while the wicked take the broad way to Hell

Background imageLeading Collection: Battle of Blenheim 1704

Battle of Blenheim 1704
BATTLE OF BLENHEIM Brigadier Rose leads the British infantry to the assault, whilst Marlborough was leading the cavalry

Background imageLeading Collection: Rosa Luxemburg

Rosa Luxemburg
ROSA LUXEMBURG German Socialist agitator and leading intellectual of the German left, giving a speech

Background imageLeading Collection: Cologne Cathedral

Cologne Cathedral
A fine elevated view of the magnificent Cologne Cathedral, taken in the years leading up to World War Two

Background imageLeading Collection: English football players in team picture

English football players in team picture
Leading England football players, wearing a variety of shirts, line up for a team picture

Background imageLeading Collection: Road to Blencathra

Road to Blencathra
A glimpse of the rocku track leading up to Blencathra (Saddleback), from Gategill, near Keswick, Cumbria, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageLeading Collection: Dorset Hay Wain

Dorset Hay Wain
A farmer leading a horse-drawn hay cart (or hay wain) in a country lane in Dorset, England. Date: early 1940s

Background imageLeading Collection: William Wallace - statue in Aberdeen

William Wallace - statue in Aberdeen
A statue of William Wallace (1270 - 1305) in Aberdeen, Scotland erected in 1888. A Scottish knight and landowner who is known for leading a resistance during the Wars of Scottish Independence

Background imageLeading Collection: Leading Suffragettes

Leading Suffragettes
Five leading suffragettes: (from left) Lady Constance Lytton, Annie Kenney, Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, Christabel Pankhurst and Sylvia Pankhurst

Background imageLeading Collection: Female jockeys riding gentlemen like horses

Female jockeys riding gentlemen like horses
Two women jockeys with riding crops, spur on their steeds - not horses, but top-hatted and tailed gentlemen who wear bridles in their mouths

Background imageLeading Collection: Hampstead Heath 1939

Hampstead Heath 1939
Two women walking together up Sandy Lane, an avenue of huge trees leading to Spaniards Lane, Hampstead Heath, north London, England, during winter snow. Date: January 1939

Background imageLeading Collection: Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks

Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks
A stylised illustration showing an elegant lady leading a racehorse in the paddock. The illustration is accompanied by the following poem; Airs and graces

Background imageLeading Collection: Battle of Culloden

Battle of Culloden
The final charge of the Royal troops, commanded by the duke of Cumberland, leading to total victory over the forces of the Young Pretender

Background imageLeading 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 imageLeading Collection: View down Tin Ghaut, Whitby, North Yorkshire

View down Tin Ghaut, Whitby, North Yorkshire
View down Tin Ghaut, a narrow street in Whitby, North Yorkshire. " Ghaut" is a Hindi word, meaning " broad steps leading down to the river"

Background imageLeading Collection: Shepherd with sheep, horse and dog

Shepherd with sheep, horse and dog
A delightful scene on a country track in Cumbria showing a lakeland shepherd carrying home a lame member of his flock, accompanied by his trusty hound and a fine white horse

Background imageLeading Collection: Wales / Llandudno 1950S

Wales / Llandudno 1950S
The popular seaside resort of Llandudno, Wales, with its long promenade and Victorian boarding houses and steps leading onto the beach

Background imageLeading Collection: Lulworth Castle

Lulworth Castle
The front of Lulworth Castle, with people strolling in the grounds and a groom leading horses

Background imageLeading Collection: Royal College Surgeons

Royal College Surgeons
The Royal College of Surgeons, in Lincolns Inn Fields, London, one of Britains leading medical institutions, chartered in 1800 but with origins in medieval guilds

Background imageLeading Collection: Leaving the Underground

Leaving the Underground
Way Out - commuters walking up the steep steps leading out of Westminster underground station, central London, England

Background imageLeading Collection: Arthur Rimbaud / Luque

Arthur Rimbaud / Luque
JEAN-NICOLAS-ARTHUR RIMBAUD Cartoon of the French poet and leading influence on Symbolist movement

Background imageLeading Collection: Bardelys The Magnificent, by Hamilton and Sabatini

Bardelys The Magnificent, by Hamilton and Sabatini
Bardelys The Magnificent, by Henry Hamilton and Rafael Sabatini, from Sabatinis novel (1906). First produced at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, August 1910, then the Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue

Background imageLeading Collection: Farmer leads his cows down a country road

Farmer leads his cows down a country road
A farmer leads his cows down a country road

Background imageLeading Collection: Pakistan Peshawar

Pakistan Peshawar
The English church : the Khyber Pass is in the distance, leading into Afghanistan

Background imageLeading Collection: HMS Helmsdale, North Atlantic, 1944

HMS Helmsdale, North Atlantic, 1944
Painting showing HMS Helmsdale, a River class Frigate of the Royal Navy, on convoy escort duty in the North Atlantic, 1944

Background imageLeading Collection: Factory at Paisley

Factory at Paisley
Bird s-eye view of Messrs J and J Clarks Anchor Thread works at Paisley, 11 km west of Glasgow, Scotland. They are still Britains leading threadmakers

Background imageLeading Collection: Boadicea leading Iceni revolt by Fortunino Matania

Boadicea leading Iceni revolt by Fortunino Matania
Boadicea (variously spelt, eg Boudicca), Queen of the Iceni, wife of Prasutagus. Leader of a vigorous but doomed revolt against the Roman occupation of Britain pictured with her daughters in full

Background imageLeading Collection: Watney, Combe, Reid & Co Illustration

Watney, Combe, Reid & Co Illustration
An advertisement illustration for Watney, Combe, Reid & Co, a leading brewery in London, simply showing the phrase What we want is Watneys, on a plain brick wall. Date: circa 1939

Background imageLeading Collection: Sultan Selim I conquering Egypt

Sultan Selim I conquering Egypt
Sultan Selim I, nicknamed Yavuz " the Stern", " the Steadfast" or " the Grim" (1465?-1520) - Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1512 to 1520

Background imageLeading Collection: The Loss Book at Lloyds of London, 1877

The Loss Book at Lloyds of London, 1877
Engraving showing a group of Lloyds underwriters consulting the Loss Book in their offices, after a bad spell of storms in the winter of 1876-7

Background imageLeading Collection: Rene Paul Fonck, leading French fighter ace

Rene Paul Fonck, leading French fighter ace
Rene Paul Fonck (1894-1953), leading French fighter ace and his SPADs VII, which he flew as a member of the Escadrille SPA 103, part of the famous Groupe de Chasse 12, the Storks

Background imageLeading Collection: Daniel Webster and quote on God granting Liberty

Daniel Webster and quote on God granting Liberty
A postcard illustrating a quote by Daniel Webster (1782-1852) - a leading American statesman and senator from Massachusetts during the period leading up to the Civil War

Background imageLeading Collection: TIEPOLO, Giovanni Battista (1696-1770). Eurybates

TIEPOLO, Giovanni Battista (1696-1770). Eurybates and Talthybius Leading Briseis to Agamemnon. 1757. ITALY. Vicenza. Villa Valmarana. Baroque art. Fresco

Background imageLeading Collection: Alfred Rosenberg

Alfred Rosenberg
ALFRED ROSENBERG Leading proponent of National Socialist ideology. In 1941 he was appointed Minister for the Eastern Occupied Territories

Background imageLeading Collection: Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929

Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929
Five of the leading lights in the great Five Hundred Miles Race which took place at Brooklands on 12 October 1929. At the top is Mr Kaye Don who drove a supercharged Sunbeam, Earl Howe (top right)

Background imageLeading Collection: Joseph Richardson, Flute

Joseph Richardson, Flute
JOSEPH RICHARDSON flautist from Leeds, reckoned to be one of, if not THE leading flute player of his day. Date: 1814 - 1862

Background imageLeading Collection: Front cover, Derby Supplement

Front cover, Derby Supplement
The front cover of the Derby Supplement, with vignettes of Lady James Douglas and Lord Woolavington at the top, and a reproduction of a painting by Alfred Munnings

Background imageLeading Collection: The Mohne Dam Breached; Second World War, 1943

The Mohne Dam Breached; Second World War, 1943
Aerial photograph showing the Mohne Dam and reservoir (top) after the Dambusters raid of 1943. On the 16th May, Lancaster bombers of 617 Squadron, led by Guy Gibson

Background imageLeading Collection: Edward Vernon Rickenbacker, US pilot and ace

Edward Vernon Rickenbacker, US pilot and ace
Edward Vernon Rickenbacker (1890-1973), US pilot and leading fighter ace with 26 confirmed victories, seen here with his Nieuport 28. Date: circa 1918

Background imageLeading Collection: Visit to Madeira - North Coast from St. Anna

Visit to Madeira - North Coast from St. Anna
Black and white lantern slide of steep cliffs leading to the sea.. Part of Box 125, Madeira, part of Boswell collection. slide number 39. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageLeading Collection: Pro Arte Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra
The leading Double Bass section of the Pro Arte Orchestra, peforming at the Royal Albert Hall, London. Date: 1969

Background imageLeading Collection: A shepherd of the Lakes with dog and leading his horse

A shepherd of the Lakes with dog and leading his horse up the hillside. He carries one of his flock across his shoulders. A charming scene. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageLeading Collection: MOROCCO. Rabat. The Gate of Ambassadors leading

MOROCCO. Rabat. The Gate of Ambassadors leading to the premises of Royal Palace

Background imageLeading Collection: Anthony Asquith as a boy at 10 Downing Street, London

Anthony Asquith as a boy at 10 Downing Street, London
Anthony Asquith (1902-1968) as a boy at 10 Downing Street, Central London, when his father, Herbert Henry Asquith, was Prime Minister

Background imageLeading Collection: First Lesson in the Goose Step

First Lesson in the Goose Step
A small scrawny goose leading Germen troops, in a goose-stepping lesson. Heath Robinson produced a large number of drawings for the Sketch during World War I

Background imageLeading Collection: Christabel Pankhurst

Christabel Pankhurst
CHRISTABEL PANKHURST Leading Suffragette & member of the Womens Social & Political Union. Daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst

Background imageLeading Collection: Lord of Misrule C1600

Lord of Misrule C1600
THE LORD OF MISRULE leading the villagers in a festive procession

Background imageLeading Collection: Melville Macnaghten

Melville Macnaghten
Sir MELVILLE LESLIE MACNAGHTEN Police chief, at Scotland Yard, played a leading part in the investigation into the nefarious misdeeds of Jack the Ripper



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