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Background imageRemained Collection: Sandbanks Chain Ferry No. 1 - Entrance to Poole Harbour

Sandbanks Chain Ferry No. 1 - Entrance to Poole Harbour
The No.1 steam-powered Sandbanks chain ferry. Sandbanks Ferry is a vehicular chain ferry which crosses the entrance of Poole Harbour in the English county of Dorset

Background imageRemained Collection: Princesses Alice and Vicky

Princesses Alice and Vicky
Queen Victorias two eldest daughters: on the right, Vicky, Princess Royal, Crown Princess, later Empress of Prussia (1840-1901) and Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse (1843-1878)

Background imageRemained Collection: Mitsubishi Ki-46-II Dinah -constant improvements ensu

Mitsubishi Ki-46-II Dinah -constant improvements ensured that this Jabpanese Army reconnaissance type remained faster than most Allied fighters

Background imageRemained Collection: Dismal Desmond

Dismal Desmond was designed by Richard Ellett and was one of the most successful toys of the 1920's. He was the mascot of the England Cricket Team that year

Background imageRemained Collection: Middlesex Hospital

Middlesex Hospital
A view of the Middlesex Hospital in 1840. Middlesex Hospital was a teaching hospital located in the Fitzrovia area of London, England

Background imageRemained Collection: Princesses of Schleswig-Holstein

Princesses of Schleswig-Holstein
Princess Marie-Louise and Princess Helena Victoria (Thora) of Schleswig-Holstein, the daughters of Princess Helena and Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein

Background imageRemained Collection: King Oswalds Arm

King Oswalds Arm
St Aidan prayed that the arm of King Oswald, which had given freely to beggars, would never decay. A story told in Bedes History. The arm remained uncorrupted for 9 centuries

Background imageRemained Collection: United States Air Force - Beechcraft QU-22B 69-7702

United States Air Force - Beechcraft QU-22B 69-7702 (msn EB-10) The QU-22B was developed as very quiet un-piloted relay station for the Igloo White movement detection system deployed on the Ho Chi

Background imageRemained Collection: HMS Forward - Forward-class Scout Cruiser

HMS Forward - Forward-class Scout Cruiser
Royal Navy - HMS Forward, a Forward-class Scout Cruiser. Forward was built by Fairfield???s S.B. & E. at Govan, in 1904. The ship was in reserve for most of the first decade of her existence

Background imageRemained Collection: Nicolas Florine Born Nikolay Florin Was an Engineer That?

Nicolas Florine Born Nikolay Florin Was an Engineer That?
Nicolas Florine Born Nikolay Florin Was an Engineer That Built This First Tandem Rotor Helicopter in Which He Remained Aloft for 9Mins 58 Seconds in 1933 in Belgium Rhode St Genese 200Hp Date: 1933

Background imageRemained Collection: HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal)

HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal)
Royal Navy - HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal) at A Spithead re in 1938. HMS Pegasus was re-named from the 1914 HMS Ark Royal seaplane carrier

Background imageRemained Collection: Avro Lincolnian Freighter ZP-CBR-97

Avro Lincolnian Freighter ZP-CBR-97 (msn, ex B.2 RE376), at Tollerton airfield, near Nottingham. One of three Lincoln B.2s converted to Lincolnian standard with large pannier freight holds

Background imageRemained Collection: Kelmscott Manor Garden Front

Kelmscott Manor Garden Front
A photograph which shows the front garden of Kelmscott Manor, a country home of socialist pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris

Background imageRemained Collection: Cunard Line, QE2 - bridge telegraph

Cunard Line, QE2 - bridge telegraph
Cunard Line QE2 - original bridge telegraph that was installed in 1967 and remained until it was removed in 1987. Date: 20th century

Background imageRemained Collection: Captain John Treasure Jones Archive - sextant

Captain John Treasure Jones Archive - sextant
Captain Treasure Jones Archive - a Henry Hughes and Son Husun sextant that was the personal property of Captain Jones. The sextant was used and remained with him through his career

Background imageRemained Collection: Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos of Greece

Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos of Greece
Venizelos, seen at his desk, brought Greece into the war on the side of the Allies though King Constantine, whose wife was German, would have preferred to have remained neutral. WW1 Date: 1914

Background imageRemained Collection: HMS Vulture - a Clydebank three funnel - 30 knot destroyer

HMS Vulture - a Clydebank three funnel - 30 knot destroyer
Royal Navy - HMS Vulture, a Clydebank three funnel - 30 knot destroyer ordered under the 1895 - 1896 Naval Estimates. She was the fifth ship to carry this name since it was introduced in 1776 for a

Background imageRemained Collection: HMS Usk - a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer

HMS Usk - a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer
Royal Navy - HMS Usk, a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer ordered under the 1901 - 1902 Naval Estimates and named after the River Usk in Wales flowing through Newport

Background imageRemained Collection: She'll be Queen Yet

She'll be Queen Yet
Impression of Edward, Duke of Kent showing off his baby daughter, Alexandrine Victoria, later Queen Victoria. After the death of King George IV, his brother, King William IV

Background imageRemained Collection: Queen Alexandra and Princess Victoria

Queen Alexandra and Princess Victoria
Queen Alexandra together with her daughter Princess Victoria travelling together in a carriage on Rose Day, 1923. Princess Victoria, later to be known as the Princess Royal

Background imageRemained Collection: The Crew of the Miguel de Cervantes give the Socialist sal

The Crew of the Miguel de Cervantes give the Socialist sal
Photograph showing the stern of the Republican cruiser Miguel de Cervantes, with the crew giving the Socialist clenched-fist salute, 1936

Background imageRemained Collection: Moroccan Nationalist Troops landing in Spain; Spanish Civil

Moroccan Nationalist Troops landing in Spain; Spanish Civil
Photograph showing Moroccan troops of General Franco's Army of Africa disembarking from an aeroplane in Spain, 1936. At the start of the Spanish Civil War

Background imageRemained Collection: FREAK BIRTH/TWIN/1560

FREAK BIRTH/TWIN/1560
A freak birth, where an undeveloped twin has remained attached to a healthy individual. Date: 1560

Background imageRemained Collection: Avro 652 Anson I N4877 - G-AMDA

Avro 652 Anson I N4877 - G-AMDA of the Skyfame museum at Staverton Airport N4877 was built at the Avro factory at Newton Heath, Manchester and was taken on charge by the Royal Air Force on Nov 17

Background imageRemained Collection: Manor House Vauxhall

Manor House Vauxhall
Edward, the Black Prince, took up residence in the manor house of Kennington and it remained a royal palace until the time of Henry VIII

Background imageRemained Collection: Rosemary Branch

Rosemary Branch
View of the Rosemary Branch Inn in in Peckham in 1800. Although rebuilt, a pub of that name remained open until 1971, Date: 1875

Background imageRemained Collection: Curzon Chapel

Curzon Chapel
Formerly known as Mayfair Chapel, Curzon Chapel was erected in 1730 and remained on the site until 1894. Date: 1875

Background imageRemained Collection: Civilian War Victims Memorial, Doornenburg, Holland

Civilian War Victims Memorial, Doornenburg, Holland
This village remained in German hands until April 1945 when it was liberated on Easter Sunday. In October 1944 following Operation Market Garden, Doornenburg was repeatedly bombed by the Allies

Background imageRemained Collection: Tipsy Trainer 1 G-AFVN

Tipsy Trainer 1 G-AFVN (msn 12), at White Waltham, circa 1948. G-AFVN remained active till withdrawn from use on 20 November 2006. Date: circa 1948

Background imageRemained Collection: HMS Pegasus - ex HMS Ark Royal

HMS Pegasus - ex HMS Ark Royal
HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal) at A Spithead re in 1938. HMS Pegasus was re-named from the 1914 HMS Ark Royal seaplane carrier, which saw action in WWI and in the 1920s She was re-named in 1934

Background imageRemained Collection: Boeing Model 83 NX7133

Boeing Model 83 NX7133 (msn 1039, aka XF4B-1 number 1, A8129), first flown on 25 June 1928. The first of two XF4B-1s (Model 83 and Model 89), which remained Boeing-owned

Background imageRemained Collection: Kay Gyroplane Type 33-1 G-ACVA

Kay Gyroplane Type 33-1 G-ACVA
Kay Gyroplane Type 33/1 G-ACVA (msn 1002) at the Fifty Years of Flying Exhibition, held at RAF Hendon. G-ACVA was first flown on 18 February 1935 and last flown at Perth on 16 August 1947

Background imageRemained Collection: United States Navy - Pratt-Read XLNE-1 31506

United States Navy - Pratt-Read XLNE-1 31506, competition #32, at Harris Hill, Elmira, NY in 1946 for the first US soaring contest held after WWII

Background imageRemained Collection: A photograph of Ann Hathaways Cottage, Shottery, near Stratford-on-Avon

A photograph of Ann Hathaways Cottage, Shottery, near Stratford-on-Avon. The cottage remained the property of the Hathaway family until 1838. Date: 16th century

Background imageRemained Collection: Short S. 16-1 Scion 1 G-ACUW

Short S. 16-1 Scion 1 G-ACUW
Short S.16/1 Scion 1 G-ACUW (msn S.775) at Rochester airport. The third production Scion 1, G-ACUW can be seen with the low set engine nacelles and early style windscreen

Background imageRemained Collection: Turkey - Armenian Genocide, Adana - Young survivor

Turkey - Armenian Genocide, Adana - Young survivor
Turkey - Armenian Genocide, Adana - 4 year-old Ratoun Vanoudian, wounded by the bullet that killed her Grandmother. Her father and 18-month old brother were also killed

Background imageRemained Collection: Lady Patricia Ramsay and her son

Lady Patricia Ramsay and her son
Lady Patricia Ramsay, formerly Princess Patricia of Connaught (1886-1974) with her son, Master Alexander Ramsay of Mar (1919-2000) around 1927

Background imageRemained Collection: Dancers at the Palais de Glace, Paris, 1909

Dancers at the Palais de Glace, Paris, 1909. It remained an icing ring until he early 1920s when it was turned into a Palais de Danse Date: 1920s

Background imageRemained Collection: Princess Victoria of Wales with her nephews

Princess Victoria of Wales with her nephews
Princess Victoria of Wales (1868-1935) with her nephews, Edward (the future King Edward VIII), Albert (the future King George VI) and Henry (later the Duke of Gloucester) in 1904

Background imageRemained Collection: Indian Cavalry await the order to advance, Western Front

Indian Cavalry await the order to advance, Western Front
Photograph: Indian Cavalry await the order to advance, Western Front, 1916 (c).In August 1914 an Indian Corps, including cavalry units, arrived in France

Background imageRemained Collection: Studio photograph of Jules Deruwez

Studio photograph of Jules Deruwez
Studio photograph of a Belgian soldier patient in civilian clothes. On the reverse is written in pencil in the hand of Major Powell-Cotton Jules Deruwez 8.2.15

Background imageRemained Collection: Saint Judocus

Saint Judocus
SAINT JUDOCUS holy person befriended not only by birds but by fish : when he died his body remained uncorrupted for 60 years Date: ? - 653

Background imageRemained Collection: Antoinette Powell-Cotton (1913-1997) with Nanny, Mrs Cook

Antoinette Powell-Cotton (1913-1997) with Nanny, Mrs Cook
Antoinette Powell-Cotton (1913-1997) with her Nanny, Mrs Cook, in the garden of Quex Park in August 1916. Antoinette was the third child of Major and Mrs Powell-Cotton of Quex Park

Background imageRemained Collection: Christmas 1918 in Hospital Mess at Quex

Christmas 1918 in Hospital Mess at Quex
A group of patients and staff, together with the three Powell-Cotton daughters are gathered in the Hospital Mess in the Winter Garden at Quex Park VAD Hospital pn Christmas Day 1918

Background imageRemained Collection: B Ward, Christmas 1918, Quex Park VAD Hospital

B Ward, Christmas 1918, Quex Park VAD Hospital
B Ward in Gallery 1 of the Powell-Cotton Museum on Christmas Day 1918. This was the first Gallery of the Museum, built in 1896

Background imageRemained Collection: Christmas 1918 in A Ward at Quex Park VAD Hospital

Christmas 1918 in A Ward at Quex Park VAD Hospital
A Ward in the Drawing Room of Quex House on Christmas Day 1918. The room is highly decorated with flags, greetings, paper decorations and festive greenery

Background imageRemained Collection: 1914 VAD staff in 1917

1914 VAD staff in 1917
Members of Birchington VAD staff who were the longest serving when the photograph was taken in 1917. Standing (left to right) Camille Van Dyck (Belgian, origianlly a patient)



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