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Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Southport

Southport, pier and promanade. 1900s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Scarborough

Scarborough, general view of the south bay, photograph taken in the summer season with crowds flocked to enjoy the sea and Scarborough Spa. 1895

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Wedding of Princess Beatrice to Prince Henry of Battenberg

Wedding of Princess Beatrice to Prince Henry of Battenberg
Marriage of Princess Beatrice (1857 - 1944) youngest child of Queen Victoria, to Prince Henry of Battenberg at Whippingham, Isle of Wight. 23 July 1885

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Gladys Cooper in 1923

Gladys Cooper in 1923
Gladys Cooper (1888 - 1971) English actress of stage and screen. Playing here in " Peter Pan, the Boy that never Grow Up". 1923

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Albert Ward, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, West London

Albert Ward, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, West London
Scene in Albert Ward, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, West London, with doctors, nurses and patients. circa 1905

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: People on the beach, Eastbourne, Sussex

People on the beach, Eastbourne, Sussex
People on the beach at Eastbourne, Sussex, with the pier in the distance. Date: 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Yehudi Menuhin aged 12

Yehudi Menuhin aged 12
Yehudi Menuhin, Baron Menuhin, OM KBE (22 April 1916 12 March 1999), American-born violinist and conductor, who spent most of his performing career in Britain

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: A London tram overtaking a trolleybus

A London tram overtaking a trolleybus

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Hubert Lathams Antoinette in Blackpool 1909

Hubert Lathams Antoinette in Blackpool 1909
Hubert Lathams Antoinette monoplane in Blackpool, England. Taking part in the first officially recognised aviation meeting to be held in Britain, the Blackpool Flying Week

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Fuel winter crisis: Heating pumped from the earth and water

Fuel winter crisis: Heating pumped from the earth and water
Diagram illustrating how heat in the earth and water can provide heating for homes and factories. City Electrical Engineer of Norwich

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Hubert Lathams Antoinette in Blackpool 1909

Hubert Lathams Antoinette in Blackpool 1909
Hubert Lathams Antoinette monoplane in Blackpool, England. Taking part in the first officially recognised aviation meeting to be held in Britain, the Blackpool Flying Week

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Procession for the death of King George V

Procession for the death of King George V
King Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor and his brothers leaves King's Cross walking behind the horse drawn coffin. With a dignified simplicity the body of King George was conveyed to Westminster

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Fallen solder's mother receiving Victoria Cross

Fallen solder's mother receiving Victoria Cross
King George V presenting the Victoria Cross Buckingham Palace, London to Mrs Warner for her son Private Edward Warner, Bedfordshire Regiment, who won the decoration for most conspicuous bravery

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Michael Hicks Beach

Michael Hicks Beach (1837 - 1916), statesman, chancellor of the exchequer, introducing his financial proposals. Date: 14 April 1902

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: General Strike 1926: Flying Scotsman derailed

General Strike 1926: Flying Scotsman derailed
Flying Scotsman was derailed and vandalised by eight miners from Cramlington, Northumberland. May 1926

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Mary Nolan in 1923

Mary Nolan in 1923
Mary Nolan, under the name Imogene Wilson (1905 - 1948), American actress. 1923

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: General Strike 1926: Society women volunteers

General Strike 1926: Society women volunteers
In support of the General Strike ladies from society helped, photograph showing volunteers working in Hyde Park, London, in the open air peeling potatoes, Lady Quilter (with tray)

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Joseph Williams Ltd, Great Portland Street, London

Joseph Williams Ltd, Great Portland Street, London
Joseph Williams Ltd, music publishers and sellers, 32 Great Portland Street, London. circa 1910s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II
Front cover of The Sketch, showing a photograph of young Queen Elizabeth II, a few months after the death of her father George VI. 1952

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Liverpool General transport Strike 1911

Liverpool General transport Strike 1911
Most of the summer of 1911, dockers, railway workers and sailors, as well as people from other trades went on strike, paralysing Liverpools commerce. Transforming trade unionism and Merseyside

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Railway strike 1911: Paddington Station

Railway strike 1911: Paddington Station
Several days of the week London lived under the shadow of the seige conditions, deserted rails with crowned platforms at Paddington Station, during the Great Railway Strike. August 1911

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Coronation of King George V

Coronation of King George V
Archbishop of Canterbury adminsters the oath to King George V who places his hand on the Gospel and swears to maintain the Laws and customs of the land and the Settlement of the Church of England

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Strikers return: General Strike 1926

Strikers return: General Strike 1926
Employer: " Glad to see you back, my lad; but you ll understand that in the circumstances we can t run to a fatted calf!" May 1916

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Breakaway from coal strike 1926

Breakaway from coal strike 1926
After more than a week on general strike, there was a strong movement that began with the coal-miners of the Midlands to break-away from the strike abd return to work

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Coal strike: movements towards an offical settlement 1926

Coal strike: movements towards an offical settlement 1926
Fillings in many of collieries was that the Genaral strike was coming to the end; a flow of men returning back to work steadily increased

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: London takes to the roads, General Strike 1926

London takes to the roads, General Strike 1926
Photographs showing Londoners finding all sorts of ways to commute to and from work during the 1926 general strike in Britain. May 1926

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Bride wearing soft ivory satin dress 1912

Bride wearing soft ivory satin dress 1912
Typical style for this period, long and narrow figure, with jewel neckline in soft ivory satin, lace cap headdress with tiny orange buttons and veil. 1912

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Advert for Allenburys foods 1913

Advert for Allenburys foods 1913
British children in 1913 fed on Allenburys food, providing the infants with a complete and progressive diet. 1913

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Aftermath of World War One! 1919

Aftermath of World War One! 1919
Heroes of the Dardanelles and around Gallipoli, theses battleships resigned to their fate, holiday-making multitudes at seaside resorts are feasting their curious eyes on the ships that watched for

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Car driving off a cross-channel ferry

Car driving off a cross-channel ferry. Date: early 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Man on the bridge of a cross-channel ferry

Man on the bridge of a cross-channel ferry. Date: early 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Man on the bridge of a cross-channel ferry

Man on the bridge of a cross-channel ferry. Date: early 1960s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Great railway strike, newspapers by aeroplane 1919

Great railway strike, newspapers by aeroplane 1919
Railway strike brought aerial transport even more to the front than usual, daily newspapers and mail were delivered, even at the very beginning of the strike, almost at normal times. October 1919

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Great railway strike, trekking to business 1919

Great railway strike, trekking to business 1919
When the railway strike first happened Londoners used other means of transportation, buses and trams to find their way to town, needless to say they could not cope with the amount of commuters

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Great railway strike, london commuters 1919

Great railway strike, london commuters 1919
Londoners having a lift on the back of a horse-van. 1919

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Rail Strike, queing for the tram-car 1919

Rail Strike, queing for the tram-car 1919
Hundreds of commuters in london queing patiently for the already over utilsed tram-car. October 1919

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: General Strrike 1926: Request for lift

General Strrike 1926: Request for lift
The official request that drivers of cars in which there was a spare seat should pick up any pedestrian who needed a lift was well responded to. May 1926

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Great railway strike, available tram-car 1919

Great railway strike, available tram-car 1919
Crowd of London commuters waiting patiently for the next available tram-car, during the Great railway strike of 1919. October 1919

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: C11 YOUTHS

C11 YOUTHS
Three Anglo-Norman youths Date: 11th century

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: General Strrike 1926: The Lever Brakes

General Strrike 1926: The Lever Brakes
The Lever Breakes the Trades Union Congress tries, unsuccessfully, to use the General Strike to topple the Government. May 1926

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Brighton seafront 1895

Brighton seafront 1895
A view of busy Brighton seafront and promenade 1895

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Brighton on Kings Road 1890s

Brighton on Kings Road 1890s
Kings Road, showing the Hotel Metropole. 1890 s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: HUGE CRABS

HUGE CRABS
Sailors, shipwrecked on their way to India, catch and eat huge crabs Date: circa 1600

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Ma & Child from Ms

Ma & Child from Ms
A mother feeds her child sirop Date: medieval

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Quicksilver mining in Guadalcazar, Mexico, 1891

Quicksilver mining in Guadalcazar, Mexico, 1891
Quicksilver-mining in Mexico: the Guadalcazar quicksilver mines, 1891. 1. Road to the mines through the canon of the Porphyry Mountain; 2. and 3

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Advert for Lillywhites skiing clothing & accessories 1937

Advert for Lillywhites skiing clothing & accessories 1937
Skiing clothing and equipment for men and women available from Lillywhites. 1937

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: Queens Hall, Langham Place, London

Queens Hall, Langham Place, London. circa 1920s

Background imageImages Dated 18th September 2017: BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London

BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, around the time the building was completed in 1932, with All Souls Church on the right. circa 1932



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