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Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine and Rosamund Clifford
Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine and Rosamund Clifford
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Tube stations transformed by G. H. Davis
Tube stations transformed by G. H. Davis
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Train collision, Maze Hill Station, SE London
Train collision, Maze Hill Station, SE London
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Brer Rabbit puzzle page
Brer Rabbit puzzle page
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Maze at Sens
Maze at Sens
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Arranging railway timetables, 1908
Arranging railway timetables, 1908
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Westland Whirlwind Series 1 G-ANFH and Bell 47B-3 G-AKFN
Westland Whirlwind Series 1 G-ANFH and Bell 47B-3 G-AKFN
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Maze Race Course
Maze Race Course
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Hilton, the Unicursal Maze
Hilton, the Unicursal Maze
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Maze
Maze
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Mojave Maze
Mojave Maze
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Christmas card with holly in the middle of a maze
Christmas card with holly in the middle of a maze
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Arranging railway timetables, 1908 Featured Image

Arranging railway timetables, 1908

An ingenious system of threads used by railway timetable planners to secure the perfect working of a great railway system in 1909. This was achieved by stretching threads across a board. Each section of the board from top to bottom represents one hour, and hose spaces were subdivided by thinner lines representing five minutes. The horizontal divisions represented the distances between the stations. A thread was stretched from the starting-point of the train to its destination, and the points where the threads intersected the ruled lines showed the time of the arrival of the trains at stations. It was essential that no two threads should cross. Crossings are avoided by carrying the thread horizontally along the sections equivalent to five minutes, and each horizontal deviation means tat the train must stop for a time equal to the number of minute-spaces it covers on the board. Perhaps something to be considered by current rail company timetable compilers? Date: 1909

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Getting quickly on deck from cabins by G. H. Davis
Getting quickly on deck from cabins by G. H. Davis
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Hampton Court Maze - Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Maze - Hampton Court Palace
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The Dolly Girls and a maze
The Dolly Girls and a maze
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The Maze - Hampton Court
The Maze - Hampton Court
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British Ballad, Fair Rosamond
British Ballad, Fair Rosamond
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Maze Hill Boys Club gym class group photograph 1922
Maze Hill Boys Club gym class group photograph 1922
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Battle-ground from the air
Battle-ground from the air
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Villa Mattei by Rossi
Villa Mattei by Rossi
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Maze at St Quentin
Maze at St Quentin
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Maze at Saint-Omer
Maze at Saint-Omer
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Maze at Winchester
Maze at Winchester
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Maze at Alkborough
Maze at Alkborough
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British Ballad, Fair Rosamond Featured Image

British Ballad, Fair Rosamond

FAIR ROSAMOND (The Fate Of - The Bower Of) Legend has it that King Henry II of England (reigned 1154 - 1189) adopted Roasmond (Rosamond Clifford) as his mistress, and that, in order to conceal the affair from his Queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine, he conducted it within the innermost recesses of a complicated bower (maze - labyrinth) which he commissioned

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Mark Furness

Maze at Sneinton
Maze at Sneinton
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Tivoli Maze 1877
Tivoli Maze 1877
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Monks Walk Maze
Monks Walk Maze
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DUTCH MAZE
DUTCH MAZE
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Military Badge
Military Badge
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View of the city centre of Luxembourg
View of the city centre of Luxembourg
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36 Area Sports Meeting at Woodford Wells, Essex
36 Area Sports Meeting at Woodford Wells, Essex
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