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Images Dated 2nd September 2003 (page 2)

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Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Palm tree

Palm tree

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Pig

Pig

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Rooster

Rooster

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Rooster

Rooster

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Palm trees

Palm trees

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Cow

Cow

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Washing hands

Washing hands

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Rabbit

Rabbit

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Woman on the beach

Woman on the beach

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Princess

Princess

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Piece of Bread

Piece of Bread

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Apple

Apple

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Skunk

Skunk

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Bull

Bull

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Rooster

Rooster

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Snake

Snake

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Camel

Camel

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Abstract pattern

Abstract pattern

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Washing hands

Washing hands

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: TV

TV

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Chicken

Chicken

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Blond woman

Blond woman

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Lion

Lion

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Golfer Walking On A Golf Course

Golfer Walking On A Golf Course

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Golfer Taking A Swing From A Golf Bunker

Golfer Taking A Swing From A Golf Bunker

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: The Dales, LNER poster, c 1930s

The Dales, LNER poster, c 1930s
London & North Eastern Railway poster. Artwork by Schabelsky

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Cor Euser (NED) / Calum Lockie (GBR) / Jos Menten (NED) Marcos Racing International Marcos Mantara

Cor Euser (NED) / Calum Lockie (GBR) / Jos Menten (NED) Marcos Racing International Marcos Mantara LM600 failed to finish. British GT Championship, Spa 1000km, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Picture No. 10775828

Picture No. 10775828
Black-backed Jackals - Two fighting with Spotted Hyaena and kill in background (Canis mesomelas) Date

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Picture No. 10775660

Picture No. 10775660
Spotted Hyaena - with prey (Crocuta crocuta) Date

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Picture No. 10775682

Picture No. 10775682
Spotted Hyaena - with prey (Crocuta crocuta) Date

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Picture No. 10775704

Picture No. 10775704
Spotted Hyaena - Confronting Jackal next to kill (Crocuta crocuta) Date

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Picture No. 10775693

Picture No. 10775693
Spotted Hyaena - confronting Jackal by kill (Crocuta crocuta) Date

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Ipswich, Suffolk, LNER poster, c 1930s

Ipswich, Suffolk, LNER poster, c 1930s
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway, showing Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (1471-1530), who was born in the county town of Ipswich and went on to become Lord Chancellor

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Historic Monuments of North East England, NER poster, 1910-1923

Historic Monuments of North East England, NER poster, 1910-1923
Poster produced for North Eastern Railway (NER) to promote travel on the railways routes. This poster is one of a series devoted to historic monuments in North East England

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Historic Monuments in North East England, NER poster, c 1910

Historic Monuments in North East England, NER poster, c 1910
North Eastern Railway poster showing Barnard Castle in Durham. This poster was intented to advertise a booklet called Historic Monuments Number 1. Artwork by Frank H Mason (1876-1965)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Rambles in West Riding of Yorkshire, LNER poster, 1932

Rambles in West Riding of Yorkshire, LNER poster, 1932
London & North Eastern Railway poster, July 1932. Artwork by Schabelsky

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Historic Monuments in North East England, NER poster, c 1910

Historic Monuments in North East England, NER poster, c 1910
Poster produced for North Eastern Railway (NER) to promote travel on the railways routes. This poster is one of a series devoted to historic monuments in North East England

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: LNER Containers, LNER poster, c 1930s

LNER Containers, LNER poster, c 1930s
London and North Eastern Railway poster announcing the transport of goods from warehouses to customers by LNER containers. Artwork by Austin Cooper (1890-1964)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Highland Games, BR (ScR) poster, 1948-1965

Highland Games, BR (ScR) poster, 1948-1965
British Railways (Scottish Region) poster showing a Scot dancing the Highland Fling, accompanied by a piper. Artwork by Lance Cattermole

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Havens and Harbours, LNER poster, 1931

Havens and Harbours, LNER poster, 1931
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway, showing the harbour wall at Aberdeen, with a large bell in the foreground, and a tall-ship and buildings in the background

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Euglena protozoan, SEM

Euglena protozoan, SEM
Euglena protozoan (Euglena sp.), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This protozoan is described as flagellate because it has a flagellum (thin tail-like structure)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Flagellate protozoan, SEM

Flagellate protozoan, SEM
Flagellate protozoan, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This is a protozoan that has a flagellum (thin tail-like structure, lower left)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Paramecium protozoa, SEM

Paramecium protozoa, SEM
Paramecium protozoa (Paramecium sp.), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). These protozoa (two seen) are described as ciliate because many cilia (hair-like structures) cover them

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Collagen fibres, SEM

Collagen fibres, SEM
Collagen fibres. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bundles of collagen fibres from connective tissue. The characteristic banding pattern is seen on each individual fibre

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Technological hand

Technological hand. Conceptual image of a hand and technological equipment. This could represent the development of technology being in part due to the dexterity of a human hand

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Galaxy collision model

Galaxy collision model
Galactic collision. Image 2 of 2. Supercomputer model of a collision between two spiral galaxies. The top left frame is 200 million years after the bottom right frame in image R826/090

Background imageImages Dated 2nd September 2003: Galaxy collision model

Galaxy collision model
Galactic collision. Image 1 of 2. Supercomputer model of a collision between two spiral galaxies. Each frame, from left to right along the top then the bottom, is separated by 100 million years



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