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Images Dated 15th March 1985

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Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Sunderland fan Billy Simmons 15 March 1985

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Sunderland fan Billy Simmons 15 March 1985

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Sunderland fan Billy Simmons 15 March 1985

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Sunderland fan Billy Simmons 15 March 1985

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Tina Turner singer in concert 1985

Tina Turner singer in concert 1985

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Sunderland Supporters Association transport officer

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Sunderland Supporters Association transport officer Billy Simmons with the stone thrown through the Sunderland coach window just a few miles from Chelseas

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Midland Railway Class 3, 4-4-0 steam locomotive number 864. Built Derby in September

Midland Railway Class 3, 4-4-0 steam locomotive number 864. Built Derby in September
Midland Railway Class 2 4-4-0 steam locomotive number 2594. Built by Nielson and Co in 1901. Rebuilt with H Class boiler in 1906 (as shown). Renumbered 556 in 1907

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Midland Railway Class 3, 4-4-0 steam locomotive number 863. Built Derby in September

Midland Railway Class 3, 4-4-0 steam locomotive number 863. Built Derby in September
Midland Railway Class 1 4-4-0 steam locomotive number 2591. Built by Nielson as 5781 in 1901. It was rebuilt with an H Class boiler in 1907 and renumbered 553

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Refraction of light by lenses & a prism

Refraction of light by lenses & a prism
Illustration of light refraction: three beams of coloured light pass through a diverging lens (biconcave), then a converging lens (biconvex) before further refraction through a prism

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: White light passing through a prism

White light passing through a prism
Optical fibre bundle, computer artwork. The fibres are used to transmit sound and images in the form of light. They are usually made from flexible glass that has a high refractive index

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Solar spectrum

Solar spectrum
Diffraction effect created by the use of a cross screen filter and two polarisers to split the suns light into spectral colours

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Light through prisms

Light through prisms
Multiple exposure of white light through a triangular prism. White light passing through a triangular prism is split into its constituent wavelenghts, forming the colours of the rainbow

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Newtons rings

Newtons rings, interference pattern caused by 2 microscope slides in contact with each other

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Light refraction by lenses

Light refraction by lenses
Combined bi-concave & bi-convex lenses to demonstrate light refraction

Background imageImages Dated 15th March 1985: Refraction of light by bi-concave lens

Refraction of light by bi-concave lens
Bi-concave lens demonstrating light refraction


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