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Stormy Collection (#4)

Background imageStormy Collection: Further Outlook Stormy by Chole Preston

Further Outlook Stormy by Chole Preston
A deep depression is advancing slowly across the British Isles

Background imageStormy Collection: In Roaring Forties

In Roaring Forties
THE ROARING FORTIES A three-master confronts the stormy seas south of the Cape of Good Hope - here a vessel always meets the worst conditions of weather

Background imageStormy Collection: Transporting Cleopatras Needle

Transporting Cleopatras Needle
Transportation of the obelisk down the Thames, at Westminister Bridge. The cylinder ship had to be abandoned in the Bay of Biscay due to the stormy conditions of the initial leg of the journey

Background imageStormy Collection: Spanish Armada in a gale, 1588

Spanish Armada in a gale, 1588
Engraving of several Spanish galleons, in heavy seas, trying to head for home. Once the Armada had been driven away from English shores

Background imageStormy Collection: Storm Clouds over London

Storm Clouds over London
Stormy clouds over a St. Pauls Cathedral skyline, a London study

Background imageStormy Collection: Summer Days - some are Not

Summer Days - some are Not
Stormy summer day with ladies and gentlemen struggling to keep hold of their hats

Background imageStormy Collection: Crystals / Lodestones 1555

Crystals / Lodestones 1555
Crystals and lodestones beneath a stormy sky

Background imageStormy Collection: Indiaman in a Storm

Indiaman in a Storm
The Indiaman in a gale off the Cape of Good Hope

Background imageStormy Collection: Ships in Stormy Sea

Ships in Stormy Sea
Ships in stormy seas during a hurricane, off the coast of Antilles

Background imageStormy Collection: Aberystwyth / Sea Front

Aberystwyth / Sea Front
Aberystwyth: Victoria Terrace on a stormy day

Background imageStormy Collection: Labourdonnais Lost Atsea

Labourdonnais Lost Atsea
When this French warship is wrecked by a cyclone, her crew take to the boats or cling to wreckage in the stormy sea

Background imageStormy Collection: Saint Vincent Ferrier

Saint Vincent Ferrier
SAINT VINCENT FERRIER (or FERRER)Spanish Dominican who had a stormy career but won renown as a phenomenally successful preacher on the theme of penance

Background imageStormy Collection: Electricity Franklin

Electricity Franklin
Benjamin Franklin, by flying a kite in a stormy sky, demonstrates the electrical nature of storm-clouds, giving him the idea of a lightning conductor

Background imageStormy Collection: Flushing / Peters

Flushing / Peters
Flushing in the province of Zeeland: A view of the entrance into the port showing a couple of sailing barges being tossed by the raging sea

Background imageStormy Collection: Stormy Southsea

Stormy Southsea
Storm clouds over the promenade and the beach, from the pier at Southsea, Hampshire, England

Background imageStormy Collection: A stormy Lake Ontario, Canada

A stormy Lake Ontario, Canada
View of Lake Ontario, one of the five Great Lakes of North America, with Canada to the north and the USA to the south. Vessels are struggling to stay afloat in stormy weather

Background imageStormy Collection: Charles Stuart escapes

Charles Stuart escapes
Charles Edward Stuart is helped to escape by Flora Macdonald



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