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Images Dated 20th February 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: The Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, GWR poster, 1945

The Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, GWR poster, 1945
Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote rail services to Devon & Cornwall. The Royal Albert Bridge was designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1803- 1859)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: A row of Class 55 Deltic diesel locomotives built by English Electric in 1961-1962

A row of Class 55 Deltic diesel locomotives built by English Electric in 1961-1962. The fleet of 22 Deltics did the work of 55 A4 steam locomotives and cut an hour off the working timetable

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Fishguard-Rosslare, GWR poster, 1932

Fishguard-Rosslare, GWR poster, 1932
Original oil painting for a Great Western Railway (GWR) poster to promote the shortest sea route to Southern Ireland between Fishguard and Rosslare, which was part of a direct route to Killarney

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Somerset, GWR poster, 1939

Somerset, GWR poster, 1939
Poster produced for the Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote rail travel to Somerset. The poster shows a view of the countryside in Somerset, with a young girl and boy on the banks of a stream

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: York, LNER poster, c 1920s

York, LNER poster, c 1920s
York, Walled City of Antiquity, Centre of a Glorious Holiday District. Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the ancient city of York

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Ventnor, SR poster, c 1920s

Ventnor, SR poster, c 1920s
Ventnor - Ideal Climate, Unrivalled Comfort, Greatest Variety of Pleasures for All. Poster produced for Southern Railway (SR)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Llandudno, BR poster, 1953

Llandudno, BR poster, 1953
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote holiday rail travel to Llandudno, Conwy, Wales. The poster is illustrated with a pictorial map of the town

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Fly agaric mushrooms

Fly agaric mushrooms (Amanita muscaria), artwork. This mushroom is powerfully hallucinogenic, containing the drugs ibotenic acid and muscimol

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: The Trossachs, LMS poster, 1925

The Trossachs, LMS poster, 1925
Poster produced for London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to The Trossachs in Scotland. The poster shows a view of Loch Katrine and Ben Venue

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Eastern Scotland: Royal Deeside, LNER / LMS poster, 1935

Eastern Scotland: Royal Deeside, LNER / LMS poster, 1935
Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) and London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to Royal Deeside in Eastern Scotland

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: View of docks with SS Duke of Argyll moored alongside a quay, c 1928-1948

View of docks with SS Duke of Argyll moored alongside a quay, c 1928-1948
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson for a London Midland & Scottish Railway poster. Many British railway companies also operated ferry services

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Western Highlands, LNER / LMS poster, c 1935

Western Highlands, LNER / LMS poster, c 1935
Poster produced jointly by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) and London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to the Western Highlands in Scotland

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Aquamarine crystal

Aquamarine crystal. Aquamarine is a transparent blue or blue-green variety of beryl (beryllium aluminium silicate). The colour is due to trace amounts of iron within the crystal structure

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: St David, 1954

St David, 1954
Original oil painting by L A Wilcox for a British Railways (Western Region) poster, showing a passenger ferry on the Fishguard-Rosslare route across the Irish Sea

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Dublin and Holyhead, 1905

Dublin and Holyhead, 1905
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson for a London & North Western Railway poster, showing a passenger ferry at sunset. Many British railway companies also operated ferry services

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Fossilised diatoms, SEM

Fossilised diatoms, SEM

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Ready for the Road, original artwork for LMS poster, c 1930

Ready for the Road, original artwork for LMS poster, c 1930
The original artwork, an oil painting by Norman Wilkinson, made for a poster issued by London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) entitled Ready for the Road: Camden Shed

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: 2003 ChampCar St Petersburg

2003 ChampCar St Petersburg, 21-23 February, 2003, St. Petersburg, Florida. The St. Petersburg Pier is visible through the masts of the boats in South Yacht Basin ©2003, Lesley Ann Miller

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: 2003 ChampCar St Petersburg

2003 ChampCar St Petersburg, 21-23 February, 2003, St. Petersburg, Florida. Boats in the South Yacht Basin ©2003, Lesley Ann Miller, USA LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: 2003 ChampCar St Petersburg, 21-23 February 2003, St Petersburg, Florida, USA Photo

2003 ChampCar St Petersburg, 21-23 February 2003, St Petersburg, Florida, USA Photo: Gavin Lawrence / LAT A St Petersburg Church welcomes Grand Prix fans

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Sharpened pencil

Sharpened pencil
Sharpened Pencil With Shavings

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Yellow cave coral {Leptosammia pruvoti} off Sark, Channel Isles, UK

Yellow cave coral {Leptosammia pruvoti} off Sark, Channel Isles, UK

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Surgeon placing maggots in a wound to clean it

Surgeon placing maggots in a wound to clean it

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Gears

Gears

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: A Sharp Pencil

A Sharp Pencil

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Person on spiral staircase

Person on spiral staircase

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: SS Canterbury, c 1929

SS Canterbury, c 1929
Gessowork painting showing the SS Canterbury of 1929 - 64 which was built to carry 300 First Class passengers on the Dover - Calais leg of the famous Golden Arrow London - Paris through train

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: SS Hibernia in Holyhead Harbour, c 1930s

SS Hibernia in Holyhead Harbour, c 1930s
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson (1878-1971) for a poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: The Trossachs, LNER poster, 1930

The Trossachs, LNER poster, 1930
Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to The Trossachs, Stirling, via the East Coast route

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: The Skegness Cure, original artwork for GNR poster, 1911

The Skegness Cure, original artwork for GNR poster, 1911
Watercolour painting, the original artwork for a Great Northern Railway (GNR) poster entitled The Skegness Cure, produced by GNR to promote rail travel to Skegness, Lincolnshire

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Blackpool, original oil painting for an LMS poster, c 1930s

Blackpool, original oil painting for an LMS poster, c 1930s
Original oil painting made for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) for a poster promoting rail services to Blackpool, Lancashire

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Yachting scene and TSS Duke of Lancaster, 1928-1948

Yachting scene and TSS Duke of Lancaster, 1928-1948
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson for a London Midland & Scottish Railway poster. Many British railway companies operated ferry services

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Heysham for Ulster, 1928-1948

Heysham for Ulster, 1928-1948
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson for a London Midland & Scottish Railway poster. Many British railway companies also operated ferry services

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Train Ferry Boat, 1936

Train Ferry Boat, 1936
Original oil painting by Walter Thomas for a poster produced for the Southern Railway. The painting shows the Twickenham Ferry

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: The New Ts Falaise, 1947

The New Ts Falaise, 1947
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson (1878-1971) created as the basis for a Southern Railways poster promoting a new passenger service

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Waterloo Station, watercolour for an SR poster, 1948

Waterloo Station, watercolour for an SR poster, 1948
Watercolour made for a poster produced for Southern Railways (SR). This picture appeared on one of two posters commissioned as part of the celebrations that took place in 1948 to mark the centenary

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Ferries at Parkeston Quay, Harwich, c 1905-1923

Ferries at Parkeston Quay, Harwich, c 1905-1923
Original painting by Norman Wilkinson for a Great Eastern Railway poster entitled: The Continent via Hook of Holland. Many British railway companies also ran ferry services to the continent

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: The Train Ferry, 1924-1948

The Train Ferry, 1924-1948
Watercolour painting by Frank H Mason showing a view of Harwich-Zeebrugge train ferry at sea with the Cork lightship in the background, produced for a London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) poster

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Steamer Passing Kish Lightship between Dublin and Holyhead, c 1935

Steamer Passing Kish Lightship between Dublin and Holyhead, c 1935
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson for a London Midland & Scottish Railway poster. Many British railway companies also operated ferry services

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: To Ireland, 1905

To Ireland, 1905
Original oil painting by Norman Wilkinson for a London & North Western Railway poster, showing a passenger ferry crossing the Irish Sea. Many British railway companies operated ferry services

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Loch Katrine via West Coast Route, LNWR / CR poster, c 1910

Loch Katrine via West Coast Route, LNWR / CR poster, c 1910
Poster produced for London & North Western Railway (LNWR) and Caledonian Railway (CR) to promote rail travel to Loch Katrine, Stirling, Scotland via the West Coast Route

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Human brain

Human brain

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Clean-room assembly of technetium-99m generator

Clean-room assembly of technetium-99m generator

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Artwork of epilepsy seen as lightning in brain

Artwork of epilepsy seen as lightning in brain
Epilepsy. Artwork depicting an epileptic attack (or seizure) as lightning in the brain of a model head. Bolts of lightning (or electricity) are seen in the cerebrum

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Col TEM of HIV viruses budding from a T-cell

Col TEM of HIV viruses budding from a T-cell
AIDS virus. Coloured Transmission electron micrograph of a T-lymphocyte blood cell infected with Human Immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the causative agent of AIDS

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: DNA fingerprint

DNA fingerprint. Conceptual computer artwork of a bar code and a human fingerprint, representing the technique of DNA fingerprinting

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Cirrus clouds

Cirrus clouds. Wispy strands of cirrus cloud. Cirrus clouds are found at high altitudes, typically above 5000 metres. They consist of tiny ice crystals

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2003: Cut and polished piece of bloodstone

Cut and polished piece of bloodstone
A cut and polished piece of bloodstone or heliotrope, a type of chalcedony. Chalcedony is a microcrystalline, variety of the mineral quartz (silicon oxide)



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