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Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: The forerunner of the modern type writer- a piano like machi

The forerunner of the modern type writer- a piano like machi
Photograph of a typewriter from 1851. This typewriter resembled a toy piano with black and white keys

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Cessna 172 Skyhawk
On short finals to land at CVT

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Londons new amusement: Up and down the escalator

Londons new amusement: Up and down the escalator
Illustration from 1911 of the first escalators ever installed on the underground, between the District and the Piccadilly line platforms at Earls Court station

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: A robot to open an exhibition: the new mechanical man

A robot to open an exhibition: the new mechanical man
Photograph and sketches of an aluminium man, the first British robot invented by Captain Richards and Mr. A.H. Refell. The machine could rise, bow and make a speech

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: The first photograph of a diver at the bottom of the sea

The first photograph of a diver at the bottom of the sea

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Wind-blown wave breaking in Hawaii

Wind-blown wave breaking in Hawaii
Breaking wave. View of a wind-blown wave (comber) breaking as it nears the shore. Photographed at Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, USA. Such waves are popular with surfers in this part of the world

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Second placed Alain Prost (FRA) with his McLaren team mate Ayrton Senna (BRA), who took pole position and went on to win the race

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Race winner Alain Prost (FRA) (left) and team mate Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/4 battle for the lead into the first corner at the start of the race

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Alain Prost (FRA) second; Ayrton Senna (BRA) winner; Nigel Mansell (GBR) third. In the centre is FISA President Jean Marie Balestre letting everyone know who believed the stars

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: 2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004

2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004. The Rat Trap Dragster wheel spins of the line
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Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Race winner Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/4 recovered from stalling on the grid to pass Michele Alboreto (ITA) Ferrari F187/88C

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Warning: bulldog

Warning: bulldog

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: 2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004

2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004. Malcholm Wilspn in the Ford RS WRC03
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Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: open-uri20120928-13560-1yob2lv

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30/4/4: Bahrain Preview. Picture: Michael Cooper

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: open-uri20120928-13560-t6nug4

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2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004. Barrie Whizzo Williams in a Morris Minor. Action. World copyright: Gary Hawkins/LAT Ref: Digital image only

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: open-uri20120928-13560-15xqz3j

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2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004. Carl Fogarty on the Norton. Action. World copyright: Gary Hawkins/LAT Ref: Digital image only

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: open-uri20120928-13560-iszhj2

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2004 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Press Day, Wednesday 24th March 2004. Damon Hill, Carl Fogarty, Lord March and John Surtees. World copyright: Gary Hawkins/LAT. Ref: Digital image only

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Girl on dog

Girl on dog

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Man with pipe

Man with pipe

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Boeing 757-200 without rudder after lightning strike

Boeing 757-200 without rudder after lightning strike
Without the rudder attached to the fin at BHX following a lightning strike

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: The first pneumatic tyres ever made

The first pneumatic tyres ever made
Photograph of the fist pneumatic tryes ever made as displayed at the Imperial International Exhibition at White City. They were the work of Mr William Thomson of the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Little girl with dog

Little girl with dog

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Dog

Dog

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Methodist Chapel

Methodist Chapel
Primative Methodist Chapel of 1838, Derbyshire. IoE 82626

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: architecture, boat, buildings, center, city, day, ferry, high angle view, manhattan

architecture, boat, buildings, center, city, day, ferry, high angle view, manhattan
Manhattan skyline

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: architecture, buildings, cab, car, center, city, day, foreground, low angle view

architecture, buildings, cab, car, center, city, day, foreground, low angle view
World Trade Center towers

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Computer art of communication satellite over Earth

Computer art of communication satellite over Earth
Digital communications satellite. Computer artwork of a communications satellite in space orbiting above the Earth, with a digital signal of zeroes and ones seen

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Artwork showing the nerve pathways to the brain

Artwork showing the nerve pathways to the brain

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Optical images of a cepheid variable in M100

Optical images of a cepheid variable in M100

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Diagram of gravitational focusing of double quasar

Diagram of gravitational focusing of double quasar
Diagram illustrating how gravitational focusing makes us perceive two images of the quasar 0957+561. The quasar is at far left, Earth at far right

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Fire fighter in a burnt house

Fire fighter in a burnt house
Fire fighter searching through the wreckage of a burnt house. Evidence collected from the scene of a fire can help distinguish an accident from arson

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Milking by electricity

Milking by electricity
Illustration to show the process of milking cows with the Lawrence-Kennedy cow milker. The sketch also shows in fig.iv and v, a new hand- milking machine invented by Mr. C.S. Padfield of Bath

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Tide predicting machine: front view

Tide predicting machine: front view
Photograph of the front view of the tide-predicting machine, designed by Lord Kelvin in 1876. Constructed by Lege for the Indian government

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Curiosities and ingenuities from the Patent Office; Fly clot

Curiosities and ingenuities from the Patent Office; Fly clot
Illustration showing protective clothing for horses and other animals to prevent them being bothered by flies and other insects

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Curiosities and ingenuities from the Patent Office; More wet

Curiosities and ingenuities from the Patent Office; More wet
Illustration showing ideas for protective rain wear in the form of various rain shades and capes worn on the head and body

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: The Electric Light

The Electric Light
Engraving of electric light apparatus, known as the Dynamo-Electrical machine. Made by the Russian engineer M. Jablochkoff

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Tide predicting machine: back view

Tide predicting machine: back view
Photograph of the back view of the tide predicting machine, designed by Lord Kelvin in 1876. Constructed by Lege for the Indian government

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Brabys machine

Brabys machine
Engraving of Brabys machine for breaking up roads and scarifying or tilling land

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: W. E. Gladstone watching a steam-driven saw, Tulse Hill, 1878

W. E. Gladstone watching a steam-driven saw, Tulse Hill, 1878
Engraving showing tree-felling by machinery in 1878. The picture shows a patent steam feller in action, surrounded by a group of onlookers among whom is the Prime Minister of the time

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: The patent elevator and observatory

The patent elevator and observatory
Engraving of the patent elevator and observatory showing a man being elevated into the air for viewing purposes. During the siege of Sebastopol a view of the enemys works was required

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Galloways rotary steam engine

Galloways rotary steam engine
Engraving of Galloways rotary steam engine. The machine was extremely powerful for its size

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Automatic telephone-girls: Operators replaced by machines

Automatic telephone-girls: Operators replaced by machines
A diagram of the mechanical telephone exchange, showing what happens once the number is dialled to when the call is received

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Football by the new electric light at Kennington Oval

Football by the new electric light at Kennington Oval
Engraving showing spectators and players at a football match between the Wanderers and the Clapham Rovers illuminated by the new lighting system

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Suggestions for the homes of tomorrow: High frequency cooker

Suggestions for the homes of tomorrow: High frequency cooker
Photograph of a woman demonstrating the cooker of the future, in which the high frequency waves cook right through the food. The invention was a forerunner of the microwave oven, commonly in use today

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Radar navigation at a glance- a new device

Radar navigation at a glance- a new device
Diagrammatic illustration of radar navigation. This was designed by the Admiralty Research Lab (mainly by Mr.J. Home Dickson)

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: The Workless man-of -all-work

The Workless man-of -all-work
Illustration of a man reading the paper whilst all the household work is done by machinery. The sketch depicts what was then considered a glimpse into the future

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Cranstons wood grass mowing machine

Cranstons wood grass mowing machine
Engraving of Cranstons wood grass mowing machine of 1862

Background imageImages Dated 30th March 2004: Curiosities and ingenuities from the Patent Office; A marine

Curiosities and ingenuities from the Patent Office; A marine
A sketch showing an example of a curious design sent to the Patent Office in 1920, of a marine life saving apparatus which was also submersible



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