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Background imagePanama Collection: Opening of the Panama Canal

Opening of the Panama Canal. Illustration shows a variety of boats and ships as balloon aircraft loaded with tourists and travelers floating above the Panama Canal; it is suggested that the age of

Background imagePanama Collection: Kiss of the Oceans - Atlantic meets Pacific - Panama Canal

Kiss of the Oceans - Atlantic meets Pacific - Panama Canal
The Kiss of the Oceans - The Atlantic meets the Pacific due to the construction of The Panama Canal - A lovely allegorical card relating to this phenomenal engineering project

Background imagePanama Collection: New Zealand travel poster

New Zealand travel poster
Poster produced by the Shaw, Saville and Albion Line advertising their passenger liners to New Zealand via the Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Transport / Canals / Panama

Transport / Canals / Panama
Transport/Canals/Panama

Background imagePanama Collection: Poster advertising Shaw Savill & Albion Line

Poster advertising Shaw Savill & Albion Line round the world tours to New Zealand direct, via the Panama Canal. Through bookings to Australia and Tasmania by Royal Mail steamers

Background imagePanama Collection: USS Nevada, American battleship, Panama Canal

USS Nevada, American battleship, Panama Canal
USS Nevada (BB36), American battleship, passing through Caillard Cut, Panama Canal, with a tug escort. Date: circa 1920

Background imagePanama Collection: Pedro Miguel Locks, Panama Canal

Pedro Miguel Locks, Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Gatun Locks, Panama, Canal

Gatun Locks, Panama, Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: TEXAS IN GATUN LOCKS

TEXAS IN GATUN LOCKS
The U.S.S. Texas in the Middle East Chamber, Gatun Locks

Background imagePanama Collection: Canal / Panama / Gatun Lock

Canal / Panama / Gatun Lock
American submarine chasers in Gatun Lock

Background imagePanama Collection: Poster advertising New Zealand Line

Poster advertising New Zealand Line
Poster advertising the New Zealand Line, offering a regular service via the Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Panama Canal / East Chambr

Panama Canal / East Chambr
One of several ships with this name, this battleship of the U.S.Navy will serve with the British fleet during World War One and also survive the 1946 Bikini atom bomb tests !

Background imagePanama Collection: Panama Canal - Gatun

Panama Canal - Gatun
The U.S.S. Arkansas passes through the Middle West Chamber of the Gatun Locks

Background imagePanama Collection: Panama Canal and Carrier

Panama Canal and Carrier
The United States aeroplane carrier Saratoga passes through Pedro Miguel lock. Date: 1914

Background imagePanama Collection: Poster advertising New Zealand Line

Poster advertising New Zealand Line
Poster advertising the New Zealand Line, offering a regular service via the Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Panama Canal / Pedro Migue

Panama Canal / Pedro Migue
The United States Navy warship in a lock during her passage through the Panama Canal from the Atlantic to the Pacific (or vice versa)

Background imagePanama Collection: Mississippi in Panama C

Mississippi in Panama C
One of many ships bearing this name, this is a pre-world-war- one warship, photographed as she passes through the recently completed Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Royal Tour 1947

Royal Tour 1947
ROYAL TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA & RHODESIA: King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Princesses Elizabeth (foreground) and Margaret (background) grouped together in a relaxed pose

Background imagePanama Collection: Gaillard Cut

Gaillard Cut
The S.S. Oroya of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company passes through the Gaillard Cut

Background imagePanama Collection: Sir Francis Drakes burial at sea, near Portobelo, Panama

Sir Francis Drakes burial at sea, near Portobelo, Panama. He died of dysentery in January 1596, after an unsuccessful attack on San Juan, Puerto Rico. Date: 1596

Background imagePanama Collection: Building Panama canal, Railway Station, Lance

Building Panama canal, Railway Station, Lance
Vintage 19th century photograph: Vintage 19th century photograph: Image relates to the first French led attempt to build the Panama canal in the 1880s under the supervision of Ferdinand de Lesseps

Background imagePanama Collection: Culebra Cut viewed from Observation Platform

Culebra Cut viewed from Observation Platform, Y.M.C.A. Building, Culebra, Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Lower lock under construction

Lower lock under construction, looking South, Miraflores, Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Morgan sacks Panama

Morgan sacks Panama
Admiral Sir Henry Morgan (1635-1688) and his English buccaneers sack the Spanish city of Panama, looting immense wealth and returning to Jamaica a hero

Background imagePanama Collection: West Indies Poster

West Indies Poster
Poster for West India winter cruises aboard the Grosser Kurfurst of the North German Lloyd - visiting the Panama Canal, Bermuda, Cuba and South America Date: 1912

Background imagePanama Collection: War of Jenkins Ear

War of Jenkins Ear
Vernon takes Porto Bello (now in Panama) from the Spanish during the War of Jenkins Ear

Background imagePanama Collection: The front cover of the book, Through the Panama Canal

The front cover of the book, Through the Panama Canal, From the Atlantic to the Pacific, by Shaw Savill and Albion Line

Background imagePanama Collection: Railway Bridge across the Panama Canal

Railway Bridge across the Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: New Mexico in Locks

New Mexico in Locks
The U.S.S. warship New Mexico in Gatun Locks : both the canal and the ships using it are very vulnerable to attack at this point

Background imagePanama Collection: U. s. Subs in Panamacanal

U. s. Subs in Panamacanal
Five C-class submarines of the U.S. Navy pass through the Gatun Locks, Panama Canal

Background imagePanama Collection: Canal / Panama / Culebra Cut

Canal / Panama / Culebra Cut
US Navy submarine chasers passing through the Culebra Cut

Background imagePanama Collection: Canadair CC-109 Cosmopolitan 11162

Canadair CC-109 Cosmopolitan 11162 (msn 440-454, CL-66C / CV-540). A CL-66C Napier Eland powered Cosmopolitan, at Burbank after disposal by RCAF without Eland engines

Background imagePanama Collection: Building Panama canal, Excavator

Building Panama canal, Excavator
Vintage 19th century photograph: Image relates to the first French led attempt to build the Panama canal in the 1880s under the supervision of Ferdinand de Lesseps. Excavator

Background imagePanama Collection: Isthmus of Panama

Isthmus of Panama

Background imagePanama Collection: Loading beef and ice at Culebra Railway Station in Panama

Loading beef and ice at Culebra Railway Station in Panama, early 1900s

Background imagePanama Collection: New Zealand Line Sailings Steam Ship Sailings

New Zealand Line Sailings Steam Ship Sailings
New, Zealand, Line, Sailings, Steam, Ship, sailings, via, Panama, advert, Handbook, for, Visitors, to, London, 1936, , 13974205

Background imagePanama Collection: Sight-seeing Train - Panama Canal

Sight-seeing Train - Panama Canal. Date: circa 1910

Background imagePanama Collection: Private Electric Motor Car on tracks - Panama Canal

Private Electric Motor Car on tracks - Panama Canal
Private Electric Motor Car operating on lines of track and used by Heads of the Engineering Divisions/Departments working on the Panama Canal. Date: 1913

Background imagePanama Collection: White Star Line, printed ephemera, Georgic and Britannic

White Star Line, printed ephemera, Georgic and Britannic
OCEAN LINER: Large collection of printed ephemera including White Star Line Georgic and Britannic, mixed liner and period photograph of the launch of Mauretania

Background imagePanama Collection: Flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1

Flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1
Patriotic postcard depicting the flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1 - United we stand'. Date: circa 1919

Background imagePanama Collection: In Honour Bound - Patriotic postcard - WW1

In Honour Bound - Patriotic postcard - WW1
In Honour Bound - Patriotic postcard depicting the flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1. Date: circa 1918

Background imagePanama Collection: Transland Ag-2 N8330H and N8831H

Transland Ag-2 N8330H and N8831H
Transland Ag-2 N8830H and N8831H, 1st and 2nd prototypes. For some years after World War II the Transland Aircraft Company of Torrance, California, a division of Hi Shear Rivet Tool Co

Background imagePanama Collection: Transland Ag-2 N8330H

Transland Ag-2 N8330H, the first prototype in flight. For some years after World War II the Transland Aircraft Company of Torrance, California, a division of Hi Shear Rivet Tool Co

Background imagePanama Collection: Douglas DC-8-62 N1805 Flying Colours

Douglas DC-8-62 N1805 Flying Colours (msn 45899, line number 304), of Braniff International Airways, with the Alexander Calder Flying Colours livery, at Tocumen International Airport in Panama

Background imagePanama Collection: Douglas DC-8-62 N1805

Douglas DC-8-62 N1805 Flying Colours (msn 45899, line number 304), of Braniff International Airways, with the Alexander Calder Flying Colours livery, at Tocumen International Airport in Panama

Background imagePanama Collection: Boeing 720-022 HP-685

Boeing 720-022 HP-685 (msn 18044, line Number 178), of Inair, at Tocumen International Airport, Panama ca October 1973-March 1974. Date: circa 1974

Background imagePanama Collection: Lockheed L-188A Electra N7138C

Lockheed L-188A Electra N7138C (msn 1087), of COPA (Compania Panamena de Aviacion, S.A.), at Tocumen International Airport, Panama. Date: circa 1974

Background imagePanama Collection: Building Panama canal, Dredger on Fox River

Building Panama canal, Dredger on Fox River
Vintage 19th century photograph: Vintage 19th century photograph: Image relates to the first French led attempt to build the Panama canal in the 1880's under the supervision of Ferdinand de



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