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HMS Royal Oak, WW2 Featured 18 Sep 2015 Print

HMS Royal Oak, WW2

HMS Royal Oak, British Revenge-class battleship completed in 1916, seen here at the beginning of the Second World War -- a commemorative plaque listing the battles fought in by this and two previous ships of the same name. On 14 October 1939 the ship was torpedoed by a German U-boat at Scapa Flow, resulting in 833 deaths. The wreck is now a designated war grave, and an annual ceremony is held to mark the loss. Date: circa 1939

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON

Model of Concorde, Toulouse, France Featured 18 Sep 2015 Print

Model of Concorde, Toulouse, France

A model of the first prototype Concorde 001 stands in a glass case, close to the main assembly area (of the real aeroplane) at the St. Martin plant of Sud-Aviation, Toulouse, France. Date: 1967

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON

001, 1967, Aeroplane, Aeroplanes, Air, Area, Assembly, Aviation, Case, Concorde, Flight, France, Glass, Main, Martin, Model, Plane, Planes, Plant, Prototype, Real, Scale, Specific, St, Sud, Toulouse, Transport

Underwater house, Plymouth Featured 18 Sep 2015 Print

Underwater house, Plymouth

A female physicist multitasking (reading a magazine whilst knitting) in Sealab II, Britain's first permanent underwater laboratory, 30 feet below the waves off the coast of Plymouth, Devon. A couple of years after the expedition to Paradise Bay (see Underwater House Malta), David Baume from Enfield College of Technology and his team of sub-aqua enthusiasts made another attempt to construct an underwater home, this time off a breakwater in the middle of Plymouth Sound. Instead of using rubberised fabric, the new structure featured a massive cylindrical steel tank. This was lowered into the harbour and weighed down with several tons of pig iron ingots. These were lowered beneath the tank by means of a fairly primitive pulley system and then had to be manhandled off the trolley and positioned under the house. The water was almost pitch dark, extremely dirty and very cold. It took more than 200 dives to complete the operation and ensure that, when filled with air, the cylinder would stay on the bottom of the harbour rather than rise to the surface and turn turtle, with potentially fatal consequences for those inside. But finally the underwater house was ready for occupancy and fitted with the special air scrubber that David and his team had developed to ensure the air remained fresh. Several members of the team spent considerable periods of time living beneath the waves, turning the workbench into a bunk bed for overnight stays. Date: early 1970s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON