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Background imageReplacement Collection: Tay Bridge, Dundee, Scotland

Tay Bridge, Dundee, Scotland - View from the North - Formerly the longest bridge in the world. Replaced in this form after a terrible collapse in 1879 when 75 passengers were lost as the central

Background imageReplacement Collection: X-ray hip joint replacement

X-ray hip joint replacement

Background imageReplacement Collection: LCC-LFB Fireman in his fire kit with new cork helmet

LCC-LFB Fireman in his fire kit with new cork helmet
A London fireman in his fire kit, including the new style compressed cork helmet with its LFB crest, which replaced the traditional brass helmets used since the days of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade

Background imageReplacement Collection: Cartoon, Waitress, WW1

Cartoon, Waitress, WW1
Cartoon, Waitress, showing a pretty young woman in a white apron serving a beer to a French soldier in uniform. Date: 1915

Background imageReplacement Collection: Grumman S-2D Tracker 149237

Grumman S-2D Tracker 149237
United States Navy - Grumman S-2D Tracker 149237 (msn ) of NARTU at Alameda NAS on 25 November 1967 Date: 1967

Background imageReplacement Collection: Hawker Siddeley HS.748-225 G-AMTI

Hawker Siddeley HS.748-225 G-AMTI (msn 1592), of Skyways Coach-Air. Leased as a replacement for G-ARMV which had crashed at Lympne. Date: 1968

Background imageReplacement Collection: Hawker Hunter FGA. 74 505

Hawker Hunter FGA. 74 505
Singapore Air Defence Command - Hawker Hunter FGA.74 505 (msn 41H/680085, ex XJ632 and G-9-356), on the line with armourers preparing the ADEN gun pack for removal

Background imageReplacement Collection: Surgeons Hall

Surgeons Hall
The Company of Surgeons moved from Surgeons Hall in Old Bailey to a site at 41 Lincolns Inn Fields in 1797. Construction of the first College building, to a design by George Dance the Younger

Background imageReplacement Collection: Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R. 1 XV249

Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R. 1 XV249
Royal Air Force - Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R.1 XV249, of no.51 Squadron at RAF Wyton. A replacement R.1 modified for use as Electronic and Signals Intelligence gathering aircraft, to replace XW666

Background imageReplacement Collection: Bee-Alley Gardens, Dunfermline, Proposals

Bee-Alley Gardens, Dunfermline, Proposals
The top image shows the large palace at Bee-Alley Gardens in Dunfermline, Scotland, with a crude white smithy building in the foreground, the bottom picture shows the same view

Background imageReplacement Collection: Knavesborough

Knavesborough
A pencil drawing of Knavesborough, a market town in north Yorkshire, with its 24.5 metre high gritstone viaduct. Upon nearing completion in 1848, the viaduct collapsed into the River Nidd

Background imageReplacement Collection: The introduction of electric trams in the cities of Britain were becoming more popular due to

The introduction of electric trams in the cities of Britain were becoming more popular due to being cleaner, cheaper, smoother, roomier and safer

Background imageReplacement Collection: 1980 SBAC Farnborough Airshow: - Tornado and Jaguar

1980 SBAC Farnborough Airshow: - Tornado and Jaguar
Unloading and arranging the replica display weapons in front of SEPECAT Jaguar GR.1A XX979 (fitted with an experimental radar in a replacement nose) and Panavia Tornado P.03 XX947

Background imageReplacement Collection: Cartoon, The Queen, Lord John Russell, Sir Robert Peel

Cartoon, The Queen, Lord John Russell, Sir Robert Peel
Cartoon, The Queen, Prince Consort, Lord John Russell, and Sir Robert Peel. A comment on the resignation of Peel as Prime Minister (27 June), and his replacement by Russell (three days later). 1846

Background imageReplacement Collection: Cartoon, How election matters stand in Birmingham

Cartoon, How election matters stand in Birmingham
Cartoon, How election matters stand in Central Birmingham - Would you mind getting outside, sir, so as to make room for this civil-spoken young man

Background imageReplacement Collection: Automata newsboy and flower girl 1887

Automata newsboy and flower girl 1887
Aut-omata aut nullus, erected by the anti-street Brawling association, to replace newsboys and flower girls. Date: 1887

Background imageReplacement Collection: American poster, Join the land army, WW1

American poster, Join the land army, WW1
American poster, design by Lambert Guenther, Get behind the Girl he left behind him, Join the land army, First World War. circa 1918

Background imageReplacement Collection: YWCA Poster, For Every Fighter a Woman Worker, WW1

YWCA Poster, For Every Fighter a Woman Worker, WW1
YWCA Poster, design by Adolph Treidler, For Every Fighter a Woman Worker, Care for Her through the YWCA, United War Work Campaign, First World War. circa 1918

Background imageReplacement Collection: Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R. 1 XW665

Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R. 1 XW665
Royal Air Force - Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R.1 XW665 (msn 8040), of No.51 Squadron. The three original Nimrod R.1s, and the attrition replacement

Background imageReplacement Collection: McDonnell F3H-2N Demon 133576

McDonnell F3H-2N Demon 133576
Unites States Navy - McDonnell F3H-2N Demon 133576 (msn 88, base code NJ, call-sign 144 ), of VF-121, at Naval Air Station North Island on 19 August 1961

Background imageReplacement Collection: SNECMA 14R at the Paris Salon Aeronautique 1949

SNECMA 14R at the Paris Salon Aeronautique 1949
A SNECMA 14R at the XVIIIeme Salon Aeronautique du Paris 1949 at the Grand Palais in central Paris, (flying demonstrations were given at Orly Airport)

Background imageReplacement Collection: Pauls Cross - St. Pauls Cathedral, London

Pauls Cross - St. Pauls Cathedral, London
circa 1910s

Background imageReplacement Collection: Bristol 163 Buckingham B I-designed as a replacement fo

Bristol 163 Buckingham B I-designed as a replacement for the Blenhiem bomber, the Buckingham, first flown in February 1943, was a failure

Background imageReplacement Collection: Boys Leaving the old Training Ship Arethusa at Greenhithe

Boys Leaving the old Training Ship Arethusa at Greenhithe
Sailor boys from the Training Ship Arethusa leave the old vessel for the last time, following its replacement by a new ship in 1933. Date: 1933

Background imageReplacement Collection: Cartoon, Replacing those who are at the Front, WW1

Cartoon, Replacing those who are at the Front, WW1
Cartoon, Replacing those who are at the Front, showing French women taking on mens jobs during the First World War: shaving a man in a barbers shop, punching a travel ticket, selling newspapers

Background imageReplacement Collection: SIAI Marchetti SM93 -this Italian attempt at a Ju 87 S

SIAI Marchetti SM93 -this Italian attempt at a Ju 87 Stuka replacement used a prone pilot position and was tested by the Luftwaffe

Background imageReplacement Collection: Savoia Marchetti SM84 -this flawed replacement for the

Savoia Marchetti SM84 -this flawed replacement for the SM 79 is seen here converted to a transport and flying in Hungarian markings

Background imageReplacement Collection: The Antonine Wall

The Antonine Wall, a stone and turf fortification begun by the Romans under Antonius Pius (in 142), intended as a replacement for Hadrians Wall between Caledonia & Britannia Date: 1903

Background imageReplacement Collection: Ferdinand de Lesseps (1805-1894)

Ferdinand de Lesseps (1805-1894) French engineer. Letter from the consul general of the French Republic announcing the replacement to Lesseps such consul of France. 1848

Background imageReplacement Collection: Cartoon, Logic, WW1

Cartoon, Logic, WW1
Cartoon, Logic. Two French women out for an autumn walk gossip about another woman who is working in a factory, making shells as part of the war effort. Date: 1915

Background imageReplacement Collection: Tupolev Tu-2S-built in quantity, this type proved a wor

Tupolev Tu-2S-built in quantity, this type proved a worthy replacement for the SB-2

Background imageReplacement Collection: Sopwith 2FR2 Bulldog first flown in early 1918, this wo

Sopwith 2FR2 Bulldog first flown in early 1918, this wouldbe Bristol F2B replacement was one of Sopwiths failures

Background imageReplacement Collection: Torbay Express diesel train

Torbay Express diesel train
The Torbay Express diesel train, which ran from London Paddington to the West Country, drawn by locomotive 332. Seen here near Paignton, Devon

Background imageReplacement Collection: LFB new cork and rubber helmet

LFB new cork and rubber helmet
The relatively new LFB cork and rubber helmet. By 1938 it had fully replaced the traditional brass helmet, which carried the risk of electrocution. The new cork helmet was also lighter in weight

Background imageReplacement Collection: Firefighters in new cork helmets

Firefighters in new cork helmets
LFB firefighters at Southwark HQ wearing new cork and rubber helmets at an inspection, 14 July 1934. These new, lighter helmets replaced the old brass ones. Date: 1934

Background imageReplacement Collection: Mass production of aircraft by G. H. Davis

Mass production of aircraft by G. H. Davis
Potentialities of mass production of flying boats as troop carriers and heavy freighter airplanes during the Second World War

Background imageReplacement Collection: Mending household items 1944

Mending household items 1944
Make Do and Mend. During World War Two women became very resourceful, they tackled repairs and maintenance of many clothing and household items, that today we would just throw away and replace. 1944

Background imageReplacement Collection: The Percival P87 was designed as a Douglas DC-3

The Percival P87 was designed as a Douglas DC-3 replacement

Background imageReplacement Collection: Mineral replacement

Mineral replacement
This piece of wood has been replaced with metallic copper. Specimen is from the Mavovouni mines, Cyprus 2, 300 BP. Specimen on display at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageReplacement Collection: Mending household items 1943

Mending household items 1943
Make Do and Mend. During World War Two women became very resourceful, they tackled repairs and maintenance of many clothing and household items, that today we would just throw away and replace. 1943

Background imageReplacement Collection: Uniform for engineer replacement center, Fort Belvoir, Va

Uniform for engineer replacement center, Fort Belvoir, Va. Poster showing several uniforms for use at particular functions and various times during tour of duty. Date between 1941 and 1943

Background imageReplacement Collection: William Nutbean, Certificate of Discharge

William Nutbean, Certificate of Discharge
Certificate of Discharge of William Nutbean, a Fireman/Stoker on the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic. Nutbean survived, and this is a replacement document

Background imageReplacement Collection: Banbury Cross

Banbury Cross
The Cross at Banbury, Oxfordshire : this is not the original cross, which was removed by Puritans in 1646, but a replacement erected in 1858

Background imageReplacement Collection: General Monro

General Monro
General Charles Carmichael Monro, sent as replacement to Sir Ian Hamilton in the Dardanelles. After a disastrous campaign, Hamilton was recalled to England

Background imageReplacement Collection: Proposed Eddystone Lighthouse, 1879

Proposed Eddystone Lighthouse, 1879
Engraving of the new Eddystone Lighthouse that Sir James Douglass had designed, 1879. The foundations of the old lighthouse had eroded and the replacement was completed in 1882

Background imageReplacement Collection: Festival Supreme Being

Festival Supreme Being
The Revolution replaces traditional religion with its own theology, offering a Supreme Being who provides the citizen with a suitable replacement for his/her former beliefs

Background imageReplacement Collection: Shoe Maker & Repairer

Shoe Maker & Repairer
The front window of H.J. Foremans shoe repair shop features replacement heels and polish

Background imageReplacement Collection: Fall of Provisional

Fall of Provisional
Poster announcing the fall of Kerenskys provisional government, and its replacement by the Soviet regime



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