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Rebuilt Collection

Background imageRebuilt Collection: SLOCUMs SPRAY

SLOCUMs SPRAY
The boat which Joshua Slocum rebuilt and sailed single- handed round the world, 1895-1896

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Sadlers Wells Interior

Sadlers Wells Interior
Rebuilt in 1765, this developed from a variety hall to a legitimate theatre, often of a spectacular nature as depicted here, with Poseidon riding the waves

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Somerset House 1809

Somerset House 1809
Rebuilt in the late 18th century, this set of buildings has at times housed the Royal Academy, the Royal Society, and several government depart- ments such as Public Records

Background imageRebuilt Collection: HMS Glorious cruiser and aircraft carrier, WW1

HMS Glorious cruiser and aircraft carrier, WW1
HMS Glorious, British Royal Navy Courageous-class cruiser during the First World War, rebuilt as an aircraft carrier in the late 1920s. Launched in 1916, sunk in 1940. Date: circa 1920s-1930s

Background imageRebuilt Collection: St. Albans Cathedral

St. Albans Cathedral, Hertfordshire. A sacred site from ancient times, Benedictine monks built an abbey in St. Albans memory. Later rebuilt by the Normans. Date: 1930s

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Pantheon and Fountain, Rome, Italy

Pantheon and Fountain, Rome, Italy
View of the entrance to the Pantheon, with a fountain in the piazza in front. The Pantheon was built by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Astronomical Clock 1833

Astronomical Clock 1833
The astronomical clock in Strasbourg cathedral was first built in 1354 and rebuilt in 1574

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace, north London, England. The original 1873 building dramatically burnt down, only 16 days after it had opened. It was quickly rebuilt and re-opened in 1875

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Garraways Coffee-House

Garraways Coffee-House
The exterior of Garraways coffee house in Change Alley, London, rebuilt after a fire in 1748, one of the first to sell tea in the 17th century

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace, north London, England. The original 1873 building dramatically burnt down, only 16 days after it had opened. It was quickly rebuilt and re-opened in 1875

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Piper J3 Cub - OY-ECT

Piper J3 Cub - OY-ECT
Piper J3C-65 Cub - OY-ECT (msn 22617 f/n 16485) Manufactured 1946. Previous regns NC4492M, N4492M, D-EDAP, OY-ECT. Damaged 12.12.1979, rebuilt with parts from D-ELAT( c/n 12881 f/n 8644)

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Interior of the Pantheon, Rome, Italy

Interior of the Pantheon, Rome, Italy
Interior of the Pantheon in Rome, Italy, with a crowd of sightseers under the dome. It was built by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Scarborough / Pier 1895

Scarborough / Pier 1895
Scarborough, Yorkshire: the pier, which was washed away in a storm in 1905 and has never been rebuilt Date: 1895

Background imageRebuilt Collection: ALEXANDRA PALACE

ALEXANDRA PALACE
Alexandra Palace, north London, England. The original 1873 building dramatically burnt down, only 16 days after it had opened. It was quickly rebuilt and re-opened in 1875. Date: 1875

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Scottish National church

Scottish National church
Crown Court Church was established near Covent Garden in 1711, but extensively rebuilt in 1909 on the same site. The church is named after a small courtyard adjacent to its location

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Clerkenwell Prison

Clerkenwell Prison
Engaving depicting the old House of Detention, Clerkenwell. Clerkenwell (old) Prison, also known as the Clerkenwell House of Detention or Middlesex House of Detention, was a prison in Clerkenwell

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Sicily - Messina Cathedral

Sicily - Messina Cathedral
Black and white Victorian lantern slide of 12th Century Norman Cathedral of Messina. King Conrad is buried inside, alongside several archbishops

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Plymouth Guildhall

Plymouth Guildhall, Devon, England, was designed by local architects Alfred Norman and James Hine in the Victorian Gothic style. Rebuilt after the World War Two Blitz. Date: 1873 and 1959

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Fonthill Abbey / Buckler

Fonthill Abbey / Buckler
FONTHILL ABBEY, WILTSHIRE As rebuilt by Beckford Date: 1822

Background imageRebuilt Collection: View of Lubben Castle, Brandenburg, Germany

View of Lubben Castle, Brandenburg, Germany
Exterior view of Lubben Castle, in the state of Brandenburg, Germany. Its foundations are medieval, with rebuilding taking place in the 17th century. 2010

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Abbey Church, Bury St. Edmunds

Abbey Church, Bury St. Edmunds
The ruins of the West Front of the Abbey Church, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Petworth Church 1940S

Petworth Church 1940S
The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Petworth, West Sussex. The original building dates back to the 14th century, extensively rebuilt in 1827 by Sir Charles Barry

Background imageRebuilt Collection: United Europe (1950S)

United Europe (1950S)
The flags of European nations are the building blocks from which the new Europe will be rebuilt, following World War Two

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Martin - General Dynamics RB-57F 63-13295

Martin - General Dynamics RB-57F 63-13295
United States Air Force - Martin/General Dynamics RB-57F-CF 63-13295 (ex B-57B 53-3918). At Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for storage

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Beech C-45G Expeditor G-BSZC - 51-11701

Beech C-45G Expeditor G-BSZC - 51-11701
Beech C-45G Expeditor G-BSZC / 51-11701 (MSN AF-258). Rebuilt April 1952, from AT-7 42-2490 (MSN 4166). Converted to C-45H in 1957. Date: circa 1995

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Lockheed EP-3E Aries II 156511 - PR-32

Lockheed EP-3E Aries II 156511 - PR-32
United States Navy - EP-3E Aries II 156511 / PR-32 (MSN 285A_5505), an Electronic Intelligence gathering (ELINT) platform used to gather naval orientated intelligence This aircraft collided with PLA

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Bede BD-2 N837BD

Bede BD-2 N837BD
Bede BD-2 N937BD. at Rockford, Illinois in 1967. Powered by a 225hp modified Continental IO-360C, this heavily rebuilt Schweizer 2-32 sailplane was intended for a globe-circling

Background imageRebuilt Collection: HMS Glorious, aircraft carrier

HMS Glorious, aircraft carrier
Royal Navy - HMS Glorious, aircraft carrier, at anchor, steaming up. HMS Glorious was the second of the three Courageous-class battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World War

Background imageRebuilt Collection: HMS Glorious 77

HMS Glorious 77
Royal Navy - HMS Glorius, aircraft carrier, at anchor in Grand Harbour Valetta.. HMS Glorious was the second of the three Courageous-class battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First

Background imageRebuilt Collection: HMS Courageous 50

HMS Courageous 50
Royal Navy - HMS Courageous 50, an aircraft carrier, seen in July 1936, (formerly a battle-cruiser). HMS Courageous was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy

Background imageRebuilt Collection: HMS Courageous

HMS Courageous
Royal Navy - HMS Courageous (pennant number 50'), in August 1938. HMS Courageous was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World War

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Bede BD-2 N937BD

Bede BD-2 N937BD. at Rockford, Illinois in 1967. Powered by a 225hp modified Continental IO-360C, this heavily rebuilt Schweizer 2-32 sailplane was intended for a globe-circling

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Dixmude: Entree Du Beguinage

Dixmude: Entree Du Beguinage
This painting shows a front garden, consisting of flower beds and patches of lawn, divided by a nice cobbled pathway, making up the entrance to the Diksmuide Beguinage

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Charing Cross Station, Underground

Charing Cross Station, Underground
This painting provides a view looking down upon the entrance to Charing Cross Underground Station, opened originally in 1864 by South Eastern Railway

Background imageRebuilt Collection: The Empire, Leicester Square

The Empire, Leicester Square
This artwork shows The Empire, a variety theatre house in Leicester Square, London. The building was originally built in 1884 for theatre until 1927

Background imageRebuilt Collection: AESL Airtourer 150 ZK-DBD The Grey Baron

AESL Airtourer 150 ZK-DBD The Grey Baron (msn A551) (rebuilt from Victa Airtourer 100 ZK-CGQ msn 71) Date: circa 1971

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Bridge, Fremantle

Bridge, Fremantle
This etching shows an old railway bridge in the port city of Fremantle, Australia. The bridge was destroyed in 1926 by floods, and soon after was rebuilt. Date: circa 1921

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Bell OH-58D Kiowa 85-24693

Bell OH-58D Kiowa 85-24693
United States Army - Bell OH-58D Kiowa 85-24693 (rebuilt from 71-20695), at the SBAC Farnborough Airshow, held between 31st August-7 September 1986 Date: 1986

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Boeing - Vertol CH-47A Chinook 63-7903

Boeing - Vertol CH-47A Chinook 63-7903
United States Army - Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook 63-7903 (B-57), of the Texas National Guard. (Rebuilt as CH-47D 87-00092) Date: circa 1980

Background imageRebuilt Collection: McDonnell F-4D Phantom 66-0267

McDonnell F-4D Phantom 66-0267
United States Air Force - McDonnell F-4D-29-MC Phantom 66-0267 (msn 1934, base code HS), of the 31st Tactical Fighter Wing, based at Homestead Air Force Base

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook O-37903

Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook O-37903 (msn B-57, 63-7903), of the Texas National Guard. (Rebuilt as CH-47D 87-00092) Date: circa 1980

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Victa Airtourer 100 ZK-CMD (msn 154). Date: circa 1970

Victa Airtourer 100 ZK-CMD (msn 154). Date: circa 1970

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Morane-Saulnier MS. 880B Rallye Club ZK-CBW

Morane-Saulnier MS. 880B Rallye Club ZK-CBW
Morane-Saulnier MS.880B Rallye Club ZK-CBW (msn 5201), at Wellington, NZ. in December 1962. (Written off at Lichfield on 12 October 1968 and rebuilt as ZK-CDE). Date: 1962

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Victa Airtourer 100 ZK-CGQ

Victa Airtourer 100 ZK-CGQ (msn 71), at Ardmore, NZ. (Crashed at New Plymouth on 30 November 1969 and rebuilt by AESL as c-n A551, registered as ZK-DBD)_ Date: 1964

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Auster B. 8 Agricola ZK-CCV

Auster B. 8 Agricola ZK-CCV
Auster B.8 Agricola ZK-CCV (msn B.105), of Air Contracts Ltd. at Masterton, NZ, in February 1963. (Rebuilt from the fuselage of ZK-BMM with parts from c-ns B.103, B.104 and B.118) Date: 1963

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Fletcher FU24 ZK-BSM

Fletcher FU24 ZK-BSM (msn 18), of Robertson Air Services Ltd. at Hamilton, New Zealand, in January 1964. (Rebuilt from ZK-BHP, which crashed in May 1956) Date: circa 1960

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Fletcher FU24 ZK-BIS

Fletcher FU24 ZK-BIS (msn 45), at Hamilton, New Zealand, in January 1964. (This aircraft crashed in March 1967, rebuilt as VH-EOB in australia and crashed finally in March 1970). Date: circa 1960

Background imageRebuilt Collection: Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior 87-00750

Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior 87-00750
United States Army - Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior 87-00750 (msn 43130), at the SBAC Farnborough International Air Show in September 1992. (Rebuilt from OH-58A 72-21192, msn 41858) Date: 1992



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