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1. The first production Beagle B206 Series 2 G-ATLF
The first production Beagle B206 Series 2, G-ATLF, at Shoreham Airport. Date:
2. LCC-LFB Bishopsgate fire station, City of London
Bishopsgate fire station, located at 162 Bishopsgate, City of London, 10 July 1904, showing the combination of horse drawn and mechanised fire engines. The horseless engine is a self-propelled fire engine called the Fire-King with a top speed of 25 miles per hour and weight of 5.5 tons. The station finally closed in 1964 with the opening of the new Barbican fire station.
3. Source Size = 5261 x 3596
WAR MANUFACTURES AT WOOLWICH ARSENAL: 700-LB. PALLISER SHELLS FOR THE 38-TON GUNS, 1879
4. GRENADIERS MOUNT GUARD
Grenadier Guards mounting the Guard - the colours are handed to the officer in charge of the guard for the day ; they will then be saluted, and the guard will march off with them
5. Boats on the beach, Beer, Devon, England, UK
Boats on the beach, Beer, Devon, England, UK
6. Peter Rabbit ™ Stamp
This First Class Stamp taken from Royal Mail’s special ‘Beatrix Potter’ stamp issue features the delightful and familiar illustration of Peter Rabbit as depicted on the first edition of the book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, first published in 1902.
7. The Busby Babes last photo
The players of Manchester United FC line up on the pitch at Belgrade before their European Cup quarter final match against Yugoslav side, Red Star Belgrade. The match resulted in a 3-3 draw that qualified United for the semi finals. The journey home, on 6 February 1958, proved ill fated, resulting in the Munich Air Crash that killed 23 passengers including the "Busby Babes" Geoff Bent, Roger Byrne, Eddie Colman, Duncan Edwards, Mark Jones, David Pegg, Tommy Taylor and Liam Whelan
8. Queen Elizabeth II by Pietro Annigoni in the ILN
Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom and Head of the Commonwealth (born 1926), by Pietro Annigoni 1953
9. Pale Blue Dot, Voyager 1 image
Pale Blue Dot. Image of the Earth taken by the Narrow Angle Camera (NAC) on-board the Voyager 1 spacecraft. This image, known as the 'Pale Blue Dot', is part of the first ever 'family portrait' of the solar system taken by Voyager 1 on 14th February 1990, from a distance of around 4 billion miles (6 billion kilometres) from Earth. It is composed of three images taken through different colour filters - violet, blue and green - and recombined to create the final version seen here.
10. Holland House library after an air raid BB83_04456
HOLLAND HOUSE, Kensington, London. An interior view of the bombed library at Holland House with readers apparently choosing books regardless of the damage. Photographed in 1940. The House was heavily bombed during World War II and remained derelict until 1952 when parts of the remains were preserved