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Images Dated 7th February 2008

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Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: A postman in the Scottish Highlands

A postman in the Scottish Highlands
A postman delivers a letter on foot in the Scottish Highlands

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Postman in the Snow

Postman in the Snow
This stalwart postman does his duty and delivers the post rain or shine, or in this case, thick winter snow. No chance of exceeding the 30 mile per hour speed limit

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Parcels Post Van C1870

Parcels Post Van C1870
Parcels Post van of the British Post Office

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Stamp Machine 1960S

Stamp Machine 1960S
A young woman puts a penny (1d) in the slot of a stamp machine, which will dispense a second class book of stamps. First class stamps are 3d (thruppence) per book

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Sunday Roast

Sunday Roast
A mouth-watering Sunday roast meal - a joint of roast beef, served with roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Irish Postman 1930S

Irish Postman 1930S
A country postman in Ireland delivers a postcard to a lucky boy

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Sorting Post 1930S

Sorting Post 1930S
One of the hundreds of groups of auxiliaries at the General Post Office (GPO), dispatching parcels to distant colonies during the usual Christmas postal rush

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Envelopes 1940S

Envelopes 1940S
A pile of envelopes, all to addresses in Scotland, and all something to do with timber and forestry

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Taffy was a Welshman

Taffy was a Welshman, Taffy was a thief, Taffy came to my house and stole a piece of beef; I went to Taffys house

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Sorting Post 1930S

Sorting Post 1930S
A postal worker at the General Post Office (GPO), at Mount Pleasant, north London, sorts out parcels on a conveyor belt in the warehouse

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Postman with Parcel

Postman with Parcel
A postman with a post-van delivers a parcel to a house in a suburban street, where the children rush out to take it from him. But where is the dog which should be biting him

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Boy Licking Stamps

Boy Licking Stamps
A young boy licks a stamp before putting it on an envelope

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: George V Pillar Box

George V Pillar Box
An English postman in his uniform, demonstrates the knack of buying a book of stamps from a vending machine attached to a King George V pillar box

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Village Post Box 1960S

Village Post Box 1960S
A typical village post box, next collection being on Tuesday. Normal collections are at 5.30 Monday to Friday and 8.30 on Saturdays, etc

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Boy & Girl Post Letter

Boy & Girl Post Letter
A boy and girl arrive with a letter just as the postman is emptying the box

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: English Rural Postman

English Rural Postman
An English rural postman collects the mail from a letter-box

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Fleet St / Temple Bar 1875

Fleet St / Temple Bar 1875
Temple Bar in Fleet Street before its removal

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Mail Aeroplane 1970S

Mail Aeroplane 1970S
First Class mail being unloaded from a plane into a General Post Office (Royal Mail) van, Britain

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Irish Contry Postman

Irish Contry Postman
Irish country postman delivering the mail

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Mail Steamer, 1940S

Mail Steamer, 1940S
Loading mail boxes onto the steamer at the Kyles of Bute, Argyllshire, Scotland

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: G. P. O. Inland Office

G. P. O. Inland Office
The General Post Office, St. Martins-le-Grand, London - the Inland Office

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Rural Postboy

Rural Postboy
The Post Boy

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Parcel Delivery Tricycle

Parcel Delivery Tricycle
A Royal Mail parcels post delivery tricycle

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Victorian Pillar Box 19C

Victorian Pillar Box 19C
One of the few remaining Victorian pillar boxes to be seen today. This one is at Mudeford, Hampshire, England

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Addressing a Parcel

Addressing a Parcel
The art of properly addressing a parcel to ensure safe delivery. Firstly, carefully wrap it in brown paper, tie it with string and clearly address it with ink

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Boy & Girl Post Letter

Boy & Girl Post Letter
A boy helps his little sister post a letter by lifting her up to the letter box

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Sir Rowland Hill

Sir Rowland Hill
SIR ROWLAND HILL English postal reformer; introduced the penny post

Background imageImages Dated 7th February 2008: Royal Mail London 1906

Royal Mail London 1906
Royal Mail car for London in the reign of Edward VII. Unattributed photograph


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