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Images Dated 30th March 2004

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Choose from 72 pictures in our Images Dated 30th March 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Londons new amusement: Up and down the escalator Featured 30 Mar 2004 Print

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. At the time, they provided great entertainment for the passengers using them

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Tide predicting machine: front view Featured 30 Mar 2004 Print

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, it was used for 23 years as a means for automatically calculating the tides at Indian ports, as well as the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of Canada. The principle of the tide indicator is the geometric construction known as harmonic motion

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Hjorths electro-magnetic motive engine Featured 30 Mar 2004 Print

Hjorths electro-magnetic motive engine

Sketch of the Danish inventor Hjorth's electro-magnetic motive engine. The motor was a significant development from earlier electro-magnetic engines, as it eliminated the electric spark that produced a destroying effect on conducting metals. This in turn broke the current, which had previously been a problem in engines of this type

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