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Images Dated 11th March 2011

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Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: 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 imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street Gardens
Winter in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Looking across West Princes Street Gardens towards Edinburgh Castle. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: The Rolling Stone

The Rolling Stone, at Putts Corner, Gittisham, Devon, England. Local folklore says that on a full moon the stone rolls down to the River Sid to wash away sacrificial blood

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Gasometer Pattern

Gasometer Pattern
The pattern formed by a gasometer. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Kilburn White Horse

Kilburn White Horse
View near the village of Kilburn, Yorkshire, England, with the famous chalk carving of the White Horse of Kilburn in the distance. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Spoking a Wheell

Spoking a Wheell
A wheelwright fitting spokes to the hub of a wheel, Berkshire, England. Date: 1930s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Swan Among Reeds

Swan Among Reeds
A lovely study of a swan among the reeds at the edge of a river. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Stockheath Boys Club

Stockheath Boys Club
The Nissen huts which form the Stockheath Boys Club and Youth Centre, near Havant, Hampshire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Swans in Transit

Swans in Transit
Swans in a boat, being transported from the River Thames to safer waters, during Henley Regatta time. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Edinburgh in Winter

Edinburgh in Winter
A striking view of Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, with its steep rocks mantled in snow. View from Castle Terrace. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Barnwell Castle Houses

Barnwell Castle Houses
A view of the residential part of Barnwell Castle, Northamptonshire, England, the family seat of the Duke & Duchess of Gloucester. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Footprints in the Snow

Footprints in the Snow
Footprints in the snow - a Yeti perhaps? Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Storm Clouds at Sea

Storm Clouds at Sea
Ominous storm clouds at sea, shortly before a rainstorm. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Old Wheelwright

Old Wheelwright
An old wheelwright putting together a wheel in his yard, Surrey, England. Date: 1930s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Head of a Goshawk

Head of a Goshawk
The head of a Goshawk. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: The Saddler

The Saddler
An old saddler repairs a horse saddle. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Edinburgh in the Snow

Edinburgh in the Snow
A telephoto view, form the Scott Monument, Edinburgh, Scotland, showing the view across the rooftops, Tron Church on the right and the snowy Arthurs Seat above. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Wild Parsnip

Wild Parsnip
Wild parsnip. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Fountains Abbey

Fountains Abbey
Winter view of Fountains Abbey, by the River Skell, Yorkshire, England, which was founded in 1132 and was formerly one of Englands greatest religious centres. Date: 12th century

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Stones of Stenness

Stones of Stenness
Orkneys, Scotland - The Standing Stones of Stenness on the Mainland, some prehistoric monoliths, probably the temple of a long vanished race

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Splitting Slates

Splitting Slates
A workman smokes a cigarette as he splits slates in a slate quarry. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Burnt-Out Cottage

Burnt-Out Cottage
The shell of a burnt-out old stone-built cottage in Kent, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Rheidol Valley

Rheidol Valley
A fine impression of the lovely Rheidol Valley, Wales. The famous Vale of Rheidol Railway line can be seen on the right of the photograph. Date: September 1963

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Weatherbeaten Hawthorne

Weatherbeaten Hawthorne
Gone With The Wind. This quaint formation of a hawthorne tree shows how the prevailing wind - westerly - affects the growth. Taken at Bude, Cornwall, England. Date: 1930s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: PELICANS

PELICANS
A pelican spreads its wings. Date: 1970s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England. The Guildhall is in the foreground, with the clock turret and behind it are the old timbered houses of Sandhill. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Head of an Eland

Head of an Eland (oreas canna). Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: ILN front cover: Queen Elizabeth II

ILN front cover: Queen Elizabeth II
The ILN front cover featuring a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, taken 1968 during the Royal Tour in South America

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Bomb damage to a house next to Reims Cathedral

Bomb damage to a house next to Reims Cathedral
A photograph of a family, along with their pet dogs, as they survey the damage caused by a heavy German artillery shell which has blown out the walls of their house

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Malt House Weathervane

Malt House Weathervane
Weathervane on the roof of a malthouse at Aldbourne, Wiltshire, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Tyring a Wheel

Tyring a Wheel
Wheelwrights tyring a wheel the old-fashioned way, Berkshire, England. Date: 1930s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Aberystwyth Beach

Aberystwyth Beach
A view of the busy beach and seafront at Aberystwyth, a popular seaside resort in Ceredigion, mid Wales. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: The Indian Institute

The Indian Institute, Broad Street, Oxford, England, was founded in 1885 by Sir Monier Williams. It contains a library of Eastern Studies and is a museum of Eastern Art. Date: founded 1885

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: KIRBY HALL

KIRBY HALL
The ruins of Kirby Hall, Northamptonshire, England, a large Elizabethan mansion, dating from the 1570s, with 17th century alterations. Date: 16th century

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Great White Horse Inn

Great White Horse Inn
The entrance and the famous sign of the Great White Horse Inn at Ipswich, Suffolk, England, associated with the Dickens character Mr Pickwick. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Owl Weathervane

Owl Weathervane
A quaint and amusing owl weathevane at Kippford, Kirkoudbrightshire, Scotland. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: The Jews House, Lincoln

The Jews House, Lincoln
The 12th century Jews House Lincoln, England, is a fine surviving example of Norman architecture. Date: 12th century

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Swans on Frozen River

Swans on Frozen River
Swans on the partly frozen River Nene, near Upton, Northamptonshire, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: The Bowes Museum

The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co Durham, England, is a French style chateau, housing a permanent collection of art, furniture and ceramics. Date: opened 1892

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Wales / Pembroke

Wales / Pembroke
The harbour wall and fortifications of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, as seen from the ancient castle. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Wilmington Giants Foot

Wilmington Giants Foot
The right foot of the Wilmington Long Man (or giant), cut in the chalk on the South Downs, England. It is about 230 feet in height. Date: 1930s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: English Water Pump

English Water Pump
An old iron village water pump at Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England. Date: 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: VERULAMIUM

VERULAMIUM
The remains of the Roman city of Verulamium, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Bath Abbey West Door

Bath Abbey West Door
The magnificent West Door of Bath Abbey, Somerset, England. Date: 12th century

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Hallaton Market Cross

Hallaton Market Cross
The ancient conical Market Cross at Hallaton, Leicestershire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Neath Abbey

Neath Abbey
The ruins of Neath Abbey, Glamorganshire, Wales. The first Cistercian monks arrived from Normandy in 1130. The abbey was ravished by Welsh uprisings in the 1200s. Date: 12th century

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Harringworth Cross

Harringworth Cross
The fine Market Cross, with its tall shaft, in the village of Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageImages Dated 11th March 2011: Bilton Market Cross

Bilton Market Cross
The old Market Cross on the village green at Bilton, Warwickshire, England, photographed in spring with a surrounding carpet of crocus flowers. Date: 1950s



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