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Images Dated 30th September 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Felixstowe, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Felixstowe, LNER poster, 1923-1947
London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) poster promoting services to the Suffolk seaside resort of Felixstowe. Artwork by Robert Swinham

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Golf in Northern Ireland, LMS poster

Golf in Northern Ireland, LMS poster
Poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail links to Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, showing a view of the golf course

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Woman in Gown with Bowl on Head

Woman in Gown with Bowl on Head

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Aberystwyth, BR poster, 1949

Aberystwyth, BR poster, 1949
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel to Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales. The poster shows a view of the coast

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Peveril Castle, LMS poster, 1924

Peveril Castle, LMS poster, 1924
Poster produced for London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail services to The Peak District, Derbyshire, illustrated by the areas breathtaking scenery

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Paignton, GWR poster, 1937

Paignton, GWR poster, 1937
Poster produced for the Great Western Railway (GWR) promoting rail travel to Paignton, South Devon. The poster shows a bathing belle waving a towel on the beach

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: York - Walled City of Ancient Days, LNER poster, 1930

York - Walled City of Ancient Days, LNER poster, 1930
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to York, Yorkshire. The poster promotes the historic aspect of the city by showing Victorian shoppers

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Brain protein research

Brain protein research. Computer artwork of a brain and coloured dots from a protein microarray. Protein microarrays can be used to follow protein interactions

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Kids playing with a beach ball

Kids playing with a beach ball

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Astroturf

Astroturf

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Giant robot

Giant robot

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Jesus calming the waves

Jesus calming the waves

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Captain and skipper

Captain and skipper

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Card protector

Card protector

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Santa puts the star on the tree

Santa puts the star on the tree

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Sailing ship

Sailing ship

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Stopwatch

Stopwatch

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Monster

Monster

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Monster

Monster

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Monster

Monster

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Monster

Monster

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Ship

Ship

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Soldier

Soldier

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Monster

Monster

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Latin dance

Latin dance

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Monster

Monster

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Snow people

Snow people

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Southend-on-Sea, LMS / LNER poster, 1930s

Southend-on-Sea, LMS / LNER poster, 1930s
Poster produced for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) and the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to Southend-on-Sea, Essex

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Felixstowe, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Felixstowe, LNER poster, 1923-1947
London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) poster advertising rail services to Felixstowe in Suffolk. Artwork by Graham Simmons

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: The Met, MR poster, 1923-1947

The Met, MR poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the Metropolitan Railway (MR), promoting rail travel to the East End and destinations along the Thames in East London

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Stirling, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Stirling, LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to Stirling, Scotland. The poster shows a view of Stirling Castle, the medieval castle in which Mary

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Brighton Railway for the Isle of Wight, LBSCR poster, c 1910

Brighton Railway for the Isle of Wight, LBSCR poster, c 1910
London, Brighton & South Coast Railway poster depicting a sailor with a telescope and a vignette of two fashionable ladies. Printed by Waterlow and Sons Limited

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Mechanical gears

Mechanical gears. Computer artwork of cogs. These are used in mechanical gears to change the speed and direction of rotational motion in a machine

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Fly eating another fly, SEM

Fly eating another fly, SEM
Fly eating another fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a large predatory fly, Coenosia humilis (brown), feeding on a smaller fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster (green)

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Larger grain borer beetle, SEM

Larger grain borer beetle, SEM
Larger grain borer. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a larger grain borer beetle (Prostephanus truncatus) boring into a kernel of maize

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Stable fly, SEM

Stable fly, SEM
Stable fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a stable fly (Stomoxys calcitrans). It has large compound eyes (blue)

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Crashed alien spacecraft

Crashed alien spacecraft. Computer artwork of an alien spacecraft that has crash-landed in a desert on Earth. This artwork is based on accounts of the Roswell incident, which took place near Roswell

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: False-colour TEM of a section through a liver cell

False-colour TEM of a section through a liver cell
False colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a human hepatocyte, a liver cell. Hepatocytes function in the storage of glycogen (metabolized from excess glucose)

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Very Large Array (VLA) radio antennae

Very Large Array (VLA) radio antennae
Very Large Array antennae. Fisheye view at night of dish antennae which make up the Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope near Socorro, New Mexico, USA

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Martian colonists

Martian colonists. Computer artwork of a vehicle moving over the surface of Mars. The buildings of a colony are seen at lower right

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Robot insect

Robot insect
Insect robot. Computer artwork of a MEM (microelectromechanical) robot based on the design of a wasp or bee. Other MEM robots are seen in the background as part of a swarm

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Humanoid robot

Humanoid robot, conceptual computer artwork. The robot has an optical disc and a computer screen as its eyes, representing the computer technology of the robot

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Medical nanorobots on red blood cell

Medical nanorobots on red blood cell
Medical nanorobots. Computer artwork of medical nanorobots on red blood cells inside a human body. Microscopic robot technology could be developed in the future to treat diseases in new ways

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Medical nanorobot on sperm cell

Medical nanorobot on sperm cell
Medical nanorobot. Computer artwork of a medical nanorobot holding a sperm cell. Microscopic robot technology could be developed in the future to treat disorders, such as infertility, in new ways

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Medical nanorobot on sperm cell

Medical nanorobot on sperm cell
Medical nanorobot. Computer artwork of a medical nanorobot holding a sperm cell. Microscopic robot technology could be developed in the future to treat disorders, such as infertility, in new ways

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Blood research

Blood research. Pool of blood in a petri dish (out of focus)

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Oxygen mask

Oxygen mask, used to provide oxygen for patients, such as those with heart and lung disorders

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2003: Cracks of fire

Cracks of fire. Computer artwork of a fire glowing through cracks



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