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Images Dated 1st August 2003

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Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) Featured 1 Aug 2003 Image

Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla)

Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla), parent and two chicks at the nest. Talan Island, Magadan Oblast, Far East Russia, Russian Federation

Animal, Animals, Arctic, Aves, Baby Animals, Bird, Birds, Charadriiformes, Cliff Habitat, Cliff Nesting, Coastal, Colonial, Fauna, Gull, Gulls, Kittiwake, Kittiwakes, Laridae, Larus Tridactyla, Monogamous, Nearctic, Neotropical, Oriental, Palearctic, Red Legged Kittiwake, Rissa, Sea Stack Habitat, Seagull, Seagulls, Shorebird, Shoreline, Spafaryev Islands, Three Animals, Wildlife

Aerial view of southern slopes of Mount Buller Featured 1 Aug 2003 Image

Aerial view of southern slopes of Mount Buller

Aerial view of southern slopes of Mount Buller with Wombat and Little Buller spur runs..Mount Buller Alpine Resort, Northeast Victoria, Australia

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Aerial, Alpine, Australia, Buller, Little, Mount, Northeast, Resort, Runs, Slopes, Southern, Spur, Victoria, View, Wombat

Liverpool & Manchester Centenary - Celebra Featured 1 Aug 2003 Image

Liverpool & Manchester Centenary - Celebra

Liverpool & Manchester Centenary - Celebrations 1830-1930, LR and MR poster, 1930. Poster produced for the Liverpool Railway (LR) and Manchester Railway (MR) to promote their centenary celebrations. The centenary celebrations were heavily promoted, and held in Liverpool between 13th and 20th September 1930. The very latest locomotives were on show, along with miniature railway systems and a paegent of transport every evening. Artwork by P Irwin Brown. Dimensions: 40" x 50". Printed bys C Allen & Co, London

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