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Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900
Photograph of the North German Lloyd Liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse at sea, 1900. This liner was built by the Vulcan Shipyards at Stettin with the aim of winning the Blue Riband

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Old Palace, Richmond-Upon-Thames, 1914

The Old Palace, Richmond-Upon-Thames, 1914
Photograph showing the Gatehouse of the Old Palace at Richmond. This palace was used by Edward III, Henry VII and Elizabeth I, who is said to have died in a little room over the gateway

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Breeches-Buoy used to save the crew of Esras, East Runton

Breeches-Buoy used to save the crew of Esras, East Runton
Illustration showing a Breeches-Buoy in use, to save the crew of the Norwegian ship Esras, East Runton, Norfolk, 1901. Esras had run aground on the Hasboro sands

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Wreck Chart of the British Isles For 1868

Wreck Chart of the British Isles For 1868
Chart showing the positions of all 2131 vessels wrecked around the British Isles during 1868, compiled from the Board of Trade records

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Lobnitz Shipyard, Renfrew, Scotland, 1912

The Lobnitz Shipyard, Renfrew, Scotland, 1912
Photograph showing the Lobnitz yard at Renfrew on the River Clyde. The Lobnitz company was famous for its rock-cutters and dredgers

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Arrival of the First Thor Ballistic Missile to RAF Bom

The Arrival of the First Thor Ballistic Missile to RAF Bom
Photograph of the delivery of first Thor Ballistic Missile to an RAF Base in Norfolk, 19th September 1958. Sixty-five feet long

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Lytham Lighthouse, Lancashire, 1863

Lytham Lighthouse, Lancashire, 1863
Engraving of the Lytham lighthouse, Lancashire, which was built circa. 1848 and was destroyed by heavy gales in 1863

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Unloading Ships at London Docks, 1908

Unloading Ships at London Docks, 1908
Illustration showing various cargoes coming ashore at London Docks, in the East End of London, 1908. Elephants tusks, barrels

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus for Saving Lives from Shipwr

Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus for Saving Lives from Shipwr
Engraving showing Board of Trade equipment for use to help shipwrecked sailors, 1886. The items are (from left to right, top to bottom)

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Deck of the SS Gallia, 1879

The Deck of the SS Gallia, 1879
Engraving showing the deck, funnel and masts of the Cunard Companys Steamship Gallia at sea, 1879. Launched earlier that year

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Deutschland, 1900

SS Deutschland, 1900
Illustration of the Hamburg-American Liner Deutschland, launched in 1900 and holder of the Blue Riband for the fastest Atlantic crossing from 1900-1906

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Second Coxswain Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station, 1909

Second Coxswain Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station, 1909
Photographic portrait of Second Coxswain Mann, of the City of Winchester and Dresden, both Aldeburgh lifeboats; credited with saving hundreds of lives

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Bishop Rock Lighthouse, Scilly Isles, 1858

The Bishop Rock Lighthouse, Scilly Isles, 1858
Engraving of the Bishop Rock lighthouse, off the Scilly Isles, October 1858. The lighthouse was built between 1851 and 1858, to a design by Mr

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Battle of Pacocha; Action between HMS Shah and Ameth

The Battle of Pacocha; Action between HMS Shah and Ameth
Engraving showing the battle between HMS Shah and Amethyst and the Peruvian Ironclad turret ship Huascar on the 29th May 1877

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Alarm Buoy, 1858

Alarm Buoy, 1858
Engraving showing an alarm, or marker, buoy designed by Brown, Lenox and Company of Millwall, 1858. This buoy featured a water-wheel in its centre which, through the motion of the water

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Orsova, 1909

SS Orsova, 1909
Photograph of the Orient Steam Navigation Companys Australian Mail Liner SS Orsova at sea, 1909. Built in 1909 by John Brown and Co

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Arrival of the Indian Mail at Folkestone, 1844

The Arrival of the Indian Mail at Folkestone, 1844
Engraving showing the Mail ship entering Folkestone Harbour, with the Express Train standing by to receive the mail and take it to London

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900
Photograph of the stern of the North German Lloyd Liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse at sea, 1900. This liner was built by the Vulcan Shipyards at Stettin with the aim of winning the Blue Riband

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Landing in a Surf-boat at Accra, Ghana, 1891

Landing in a Surf-boat at Accra, Ghana, 1891
Engraving of a native surf boat heading through the breakers, to bring its cargo of two European officers to land at Accra, Ghana

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Use of the Naval Rangefinder for Merchant Navy Navigation, 1

Use of the Naval Rangefinder for Merchant Navy Navigation, 1
Illustration showing how a Naval Barrster or rangefinder could be used for Merchant Navigation. In this instance the officer of the merchant ship is finding his distance from the lighthouse in order

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: HMS Eurydice, Portsmouth Harbour, 1878

HMS Eurydice, Portsmouth Harbour, 1878
Engraving showing HMS Eurydice in Portsmouth Harbour, shortly before her last voyage, 1878. Launched in 1843 as a 21-gun frigate, by 1878 Eurydice was being used as a training ship

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Dungeness Lighthouse, Kent, 1843

Dungeness Lighthouse, Kent, 1843
Engraving of the Dungeness Lighthouse, Kent, February 1843. This lighthouse was constructed, to a design by James Wyatt, by the Earl of Leicester, circa.1800

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: HMS Victorious, 1907

HMS Victorious, 1907
Photograph of the First-class battleship, HMS Victorious, 1907. Built in 1895, Victorious was a 15, 000 ton Majestic Class battleship. She was sold off in 1923

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Lighthouse; Rudyerds Eddystone Lighthouse

The Lighthouse; Rudyerds Eddystone Lighthouse
An engraving of The Lighthouse, a painting by Clarkson Stanfield, R.A. for some private theatrical events at Campden-House

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Turbine Steamer Queen, 1903

The Turbine Steamer Queen, 1903
Photograph of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway Companys turbine steamer Queen, during sea trials, June 1903. This vessel was announced to be the first turbine steamer to enter cross-Channel

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Shipping Beef on Board HMS Alexandra, 1878

Shipping Beef on Board HMS Alexandra, 1878
Engraving showing the crew of HMS Alexandra taking beef aboard ship from a small supply boat, off Tuzla, in the Sea of Marmora. The supply ship has also brought fish, barrels and the washing

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Bishop Rock Lighthouse, Scilly Isles, 1849

The Bishop Rock Lighthouse, Scilly Isles, 1849
Engraving of the first Bishop Rock lighthouse, which was built in 1847 and destroyed by storms on 5th February 1850. The design, by Walker and Burges

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: RMS Asia, 1850

RMS Asia, 1850
Engraving of the Cunard Line Royal Mail Paddle-steamer Asia at sea, 1850. Asia was the largest steamship yet built on the River Clyde

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: German Fishing Boat Matador setting off for the North Pole

German Fishing Boat Matador setting off for the North Pole
Photograph showing the fishing boat Matador, setting off from Hamburg for the North Pole, 1900. With a crew of seven led by Lieutenant Bauendahl and the mate, Richard Dressler

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Ruins of Lytham Lighthouse, 1863

Ruins of Lytham Lighthouse, 1863
Engraving of the ruins of Lytham lighthouse, Lancashire, with a dismasted wreck in the background. The lighthouse was built circa. 1848 and was destroyed by heavy gales in 1863

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: RMS Tartar, 1883

RMS Tartar, 1883
Engraving showing the Union Steam-ship Companys Royal Mail Steamer Tartar and, inset, the Dining Saloon on board the ship

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: A Royal Navy Ship Waving Goodbye to Japan, 1890

A Royal Navy Ship Waving Goodbye to Japan, 1890
Engraving showing the Officers and men (background) of a Royal Navy Warship waving goodbye to Japan and various well-wishers in small junks

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Soldiers and Sailors Manning a Capstan, 1873

Soldiers and Sailors Manning a Capstan, 1873
Engraving showing Royal Navy sailors and soldiers from a Scottish Regiment manning a capstan, whilst a Scotch piper stands on the capstan to give them some music

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: A Stowaway found on a Victorian Ship, 1884

A Stowaway found on a Victorian Ship, 1884
Engraving showing the scene as a freshly discovered child stowaway is taken by the crew to see the Captain of the ship. The ships passengers are also keen to inspect the poor little child

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Yarrow and Hedley Torpedo Steam Launch, 1875

Yarrow and Hedley Torpedo Steam Launch, 1875
Engraving of a torpedo steam launch built by Messrs. Yarrow and Hedley of Poplar, London, for the Argentinian Navy, February 1875

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Warwickshire, 1902

SS Warwickshire, 1902
Illustration of the Steamship Warwickshire, the latest addition to the Bibby Line, 1902. Built by Harland and Wolff, Belfast

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Ernest Bazin, 1897

SS Ernest Bazin, 1897
Illustration of M. Bazins Roller Steamer, SS Ernest Bazin, leaving Le Havre on a sea trial, July 1897. This vessel, launched in 1896

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Jointed Iron Steam-ship Connector, 1863

The Jointed Iron Steam-ship Connector, 1863
Engraving of the Jointed Iron Steam-ship Connector, from the Illustrated London News, August 1863. The idea behind this invention was that the centre section of this ship could be left in port

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Warship trailing a Fog Buoy, 1912

Warship trailing a Fog Buoy, 1912
Photograph of a British warship trailing a fog buoy. When a group of warships travelling line ahead entered fog they would stream fog buoys

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Twin Steam-Ship Castalia, September 1874

Twin Steam-Ship Castalia, September 1874
Engraving of the twin-hulled, paddle steamer Castalia, September 1874. Launched in that year, for the English Channel Steamship Company

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Summer Horse Show, Islington, 1892

The Summer Horse Show, Islington, 1892
Engraving of a scene at the Summer Horse Show, Royal Agricultural Hall, Islington, London, May 1892. The original caption read Having his portrait taken by a London Artist

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Sea Messenger, 1870

The Sea Messenger, 1870
Engraving of the Sea Messenger, a lifeboat designed for ships letters and papers, invented by J.A.R. Vandenbergh. As many ships carried mail and state papers

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Harrisons Ice Making Machine, 1858

Harrisons Ice Making Machine, 1858
Engraving showing the ice making machine, designed by Mr. Harrison of Geelong, Australia, 1858. Built by Mr. Siebe of Denmark Street, Soho, London

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Up Spirits on HMS Cleopatra, 1953

Up Spirits on HMS Cleopatra, 1953
Photograph showing the distribution of rum to ratings on board HMS Cleopatra after Queen Elizabeth IIs first order - splice the mainbrace - following her review of the fleet

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Basra under British Military Rule, 1916

Basra under British Military Rule, 1916
Photograph showing locals repaving mud roads with stone and cement, under the gaze of a British Military Engineer, 1916

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: SS Ireland, 1885

SS Ireland, 1885
Engraving of the City of Dubin Steam-Packet Companys Mail Paddle Steamship Ireland, shortly after its launch, 1885. This ship, built in the Laird Shipyard at Birkenhead

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: Landing Oranges at Fresh Wharf, London Bridge, 1874

Landing Oranges at Fresh Wharf, London Bridge, 1874
Engraving showing the belly of a cargo ship, being unloaded of oranges at Fresh Wharf, London. The oranges, in rectangular crates

Background imageImages Dated 22nd June 2004: The Keepers arriving at Wolf Rock Lighthouse, 1870

The Keepers arriving at Wolf Rock Lighthouse, 1870
Engraving of the arrival of the lighthouse keepers at the brand new Wolf Rock lighthouse, January 1870. This lighthouse, situated 8 miles from Lands End, Cornwall



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