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Background imageRemaining Collection: W Rithcie on Lightning Creek during the Calgary Stampede

W Rithcie on Lightning Creek during the Calgary Stampede
William Ritchie riding Lightning Creek during the Calgary Stampede Rodeo, Canada. Date: 1919

Background imageRemaining Collection: Maria, De Agreda (1602

Maria, De Agreda (1602
Spanish nun & saint depicted here preaching to native Americans while remaining in Spain

Background imageRemaining Collection: Captain Charles Upham

Captain Charles Upham
Portrait of double VC winner, Captain Charles Upham (). Born in New Zealand, Upham was a sheep farmer who distinguished himself during World War Two on two occasions

Background imageRemaining Collection: Brill Windmill, Buckinghamshire, England

Brill Windmill, Buckinghamshire, England, built in about 1680, one of the few remaining post mills in the country. Date: late 17th century

Background imageRemaining Collection: Princess Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg with family

Princess Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg with family
Princess Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg (1884-1966), fourth and youngest daughter of Prince Alfred of Edinburgh and his wife, Maria Alexandrovna (later Duke and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg)

Background imageRemaining Collection: The three remaining Supermarine Spitfire XIXs

The three remaining Supermarine Spitfire XIXs, PM631, PS853 and PS915, in the RAF being flown to RAF Biggin Hill to join Fighter Commands unit Hurricane

Background imageRemaining Collection: Lance-Corporal Jarvis in Great War Deeds, WW1

Lance-Corporal Jarvis in Great War Deeds, WW1
Lance-Corporal Charles A Jarvis of the Royal Engineers, winning the Victoria Cross by fixing a firing charge for the demolition of a bridge, under heavy fire

Background imageRemaining Collection: Royal Air Force - Avro Vulcan K. 2 XH561

Royal Air Force - Avro Vulcan K. 2 XH561
Royal Air Force - Avro Vulcan K.2 XH561 of No.50 Squadron at RAF Wildenrath for an air display. After the Falklands conflict, the Victor K.2 fleet was fast approaching their fatigue limits

Background imageRemaining Collection: Water cistern in the Strand

Water cistern in the Strand
The Strand Lane Baths, at 5 Strand Lane, London WC2R 2NA, have been reputed since the 1830s to be a Roman survival. In fact they are the remaining portion of a cistern built in 1612 to feed a

Background imageRemaining Collection: SNCAN Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ATBG

SNCAN Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ATBG at Elstree, with another Pingouin II G-ASTG. The Nord 1000 family was post WWII production of the Messerschmitt Bf 108

Background imageRemaining Collection: Croydon - 1930-33 - Breguet 280T F-AIXV

Croydon - 1930-33 - Breguet 280T F-AIXV
Breguet 280T F-AIXV (msn 3) of Air Union at Croydon Airport. From 1933, Air Union was merged with Air France, which also absorbed the remaining Breguet 280Ts of Air Union

Background imageRemaining Collection: Martin 2-0-2A N93204

Martin 2-0-2A N93204 (msn 14074), as used by Herman's Hermits and The Animals for their 1966 US tour, playing at 36 venues. (This aircraft is now the sole remaining Martin 2-0-2A). Date: 1966

Background imageRemaining Collection: RMS Queen Mary souvenir, large red ensign

RMS Queen Mary souvenir, large red ensign
RMS Queen Mary, souvenir, along with other items given to the last remaining man to sail on Windjammers as a memento of a man of his time

Background imageRemaining 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 imageRemaining Collection: WWI/GERMAN DEAD IN SNOW

WWI/GERMAN DEAD IN SNOW
German infantry lie dead in the snow while their remaining colleagues fight on in the ruins of a small house Date: 1914 - 1918

Background imageRemaining Collection: BOOK OF THE DEAD/32

BOOK OF THE DEAD/32
1. Hall of the Two-fold Maat showing the remaining 9 judges of the dead. (refer to plate 31) 2. 23 gods to wom are severally assigned various parts of the body

Background imageRemaining Collection: The Schwabentor Freiburg im Breisgau Germany

The Schwabentor Freiburg im Breisgau Germany
19th century vintage photograph: The Schwabentor (English Swabian Gate), also called Obertor in the Middle Ages, is the more recent of the two remaining city gates of the medieval defensive wall of

Background imageRemaining Collection: Stoke Newington Church

Stoke Newington Church
The Old Church is the only remaining Elizabethan church in London and one of the oldest in the country to have been built as an Anglican church

Background imageRemaining Collection: Encampment at Montagu House

Encampment at Montagu House
The encampments set up in the gardens during the Gordon Riots in 1780. Over six days in June 1780, protests took place against the limited concessions of the first Catholic Relief Act

Background imageRemaining Collection: Original Bailey Bridge over the River Dives, Robehomme

Original Bailey Bridge over the River Dives, Robehomme
This is one of the few remaining, perhaps the only one, of the bridges built by the Engineers to replace original structures over the River Dives that were destroyed at dawn on D-Day

Background imageRemaining Collection: Airfield B16 pumping station Moulineaux Normandy

Airfield B16 pumping station Moulineaux Normandy
This is proably the only remaining such structure and was stone built for its purpose to pump fuel to the airstrip at Villons le Buissons. Inspection will reveal the signs CARPE DIEM and JULY 1944

Background imageRemaining Collection: Tipsy T. 66 Nipper Mk. III G-AVKT

Tipsy T. 66 Nipper Mk. III G-AVKT
Tipsy Nipper Mk.III G-AVKT (msn 70), prototype of the Mark III, at an air display in the Netherlands, circa 1969, parked next to Le Manchots (the Penguins) aerobatic display team

Background imageRemaining Collection: Heinkel He162A-2 Red 2

Heinkel He162A-2 Red 2 (Werknummer 120227 / Air Min 65 / VN679 / 8472M). One of eleven He 162s captured and delivered to the Royal Aircraft Establishment

Background imageRemaining Collection: Vickers 818 Viscount VH-TVR

Vickers 818 Viscount VH-TVR (msn 318) John Murray of Trans Australia Airlines ( Ta ) First flown in August 1958 and delivered to Cubana de Aviacion on 19 November 1959 as CU-T622; sold to Ta in

Background imageRemaining 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 imageRemaining Collection: West Acre Priory gateway, Norfolk, England, the largest remaining fragment of this

West Acre Priory gateway, Norfolk, England, the largest remaining fragment of this once great religious building, dating from 1198. Date: 12th century

Background imageRemaining Collection: One of Londons few remaining relics of the Roman occupation of Britain

One of Londons few remaining relics of the Roman occupation of Britain, the Roman Bastion of London Wall, in the churchyard of St. Giles church, Cripplegate. Date: 1st Century

Background imageRemaining Collection: CLIMBING CHIMNEY SWEEP

CLIMBING CHIMNEY SWEEP
One of the few remaining climbing sweeps. Date: Circa 1862

Background imageRemaining Collection: Pattern 1796, Light Cavalry Officers sword, 15th Hussars

Pattern 1796, Light Cavalry Officers sword, 15th Hussars.Blade is curved and fullered with engraved decoration in the linear style typical of the period, the decoration includes floral designs

Background imageRemaining Collection: Royal Horse Artillery in Great War Deeds, WW1

Royal Horse Artillery in Great War Deeds, WW1
Sergeant-Major Dorrell and Sergeant Nelson of the Royal Horse Artillery, remaining alone to work the last gun of L Battery during the retreat from Mons

Background imageRemaining Collection: Miss Lurline

Miss Lurline
MISS LURLINE performs in a tank at the Cirque des Champs- Elysees, Paris; she performs acrobatics and even eats, remaining underwater for two and a half minutes at a time Date: 1882

Background imageRemaining Collection: Gediminas Tower. Vilnius. Lithuania

Gediminas Tower. Vilnius. Lithuania
Lithuania. Vilnius. Gediminas tower, restored in 20th century. Only remaining part of the Upper Castle

Background imageRemaining Collection: Ulsters Appeal - Unionist postcard

Ulsters Appeal - Unionist postcard
Ulsters Appeal - Intreat me not to leave thee.... (Ruth 1:16) - The personification of Ulster pleads with England not to abandon her, whilst Scotland (holding the Act of Union) stands passively by

Background imageRemaining Collection: Le Puy-en-Velay, France, Pannessac Tower, Boulevard St Louis

Le Puy-en-Velay, France, Pannessac Tower, Boulevard St Louis
Le Puy-en-Velay, France - Pannessac Tower and Boulevard St. Louis - part of an ancient (13th century) town gate - the last remaining of 18 fortified gateways which formerly encircled the town

Background imageRemaining Collection: Paris Exhibition of 1889 - ( Exhibition ) from Dome Left

Paris Exhibition of 1889 - ( Exhibition ) from Dome Left - View looking down on buildings. Part of Box 119 Boswell collection The French exhibits filled one-half of the entire space

Background imageRemaining Collection: Shaft of Cross, Kells

Shaft of Cross, Kells - a view of a broken high cross with only the shaft remaining. (Location: Republic of Ireland: County Meath: Kells). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageRemaining Collection: Ardtole Old Church, Ardglass

Ardtole Old Church, Ardglass - a view of a derelict church, arch and walls only remaining. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Ardglass). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageRemaining Collection: Raholp Old Church, Downpatrick

Raholp Old Church, Downpatrick - a derelict church, lower walls only remaining. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Downpatrick). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageRemaining Collection: Greece. Sparta. Roman Theater. 30-20 BC. Ruins

Greece. Sparta. Roman Theater. 30-20 BC. Ruins. Region of Laconia. South-eastern Peloponnese

Background imageRemaining Collection: Vanderbilt House, 5th Avenue, New York

Vanderbilt House, 5th Avenue, New York
Located on the corner of 5th avenue and 57th street, New York city, Cornelius Vanderbilt II house was built in 1883. Its ground floor doubled as a drawing room

Background imageRemaining Collection: View from Vanderbilt, 5th Avenue, New York

View from Vanderbilt, 5th Avenue, New York
Located on the corner of 5th avenue and 57th street, New York city, Cornelius Vanderbilt II house was built in 1883. Its ground floor doubled as a drawing room

Background imageRemaining Collection: Baalbek / Quarry

Baalbek / Quarry
A colossal stone remaining in the quarry near Baalbek, showing that the massive stones used in the construction were cut as single pieces Date: circa 1840

Background imageRemaining Collection: Zeppelin-Staaken VGO III

Zeppelin-Staaken VGO III -although remaining a one-off, the VGO III six engined giant bomber served usefully after August 1916

Background imageRemaining Collection: Tundra view with a small lake in foreground

Tundra view with a small lake in foreground and pockets of snow, remaining throughout the summer in ravines.. Arctic tundra of Taimyr peninsula near Kara sea, North of Siberia, Russian Arctic

Background imageRemaining Collection: A German 15cm Siege gun

A German 15cm Siege gun
A photograph showing a German gun captured by French soldiers during the Battle of the Somme. Intended to be a decisive breakthrough

Background imageRemaining Collection: Y Canutt on Walter Rose during the Calgary Stampede

Y Canutt on Walter Rose during the Calgary Stampede
Yakima Canutt riding Walter Rose during the Calgary Stampede, canada. Date: 1919

Background imageRemaining Collection: The Old Curiosity Shop, Swiveller in the public house

The Old Curiosity Shop, Swiveller in the public house
The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens, first published in the weekly serial Master Humphreys Clock from 1840 to 1841 and then as its own book in 1841

Background imageRemaining Collection: West Acre Priory

West Acre Priory gateway, Norfolk, England, the largest remaining fragment of this once great religious building, dating from 1198. Date: 12th century



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