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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Train crossing Stockport viaduct on the London & North Western Railway, c1845

Train crossing Stockport viaduct on the London & North Western Railway, c1845. Note the pollution of the river banks, smoking chimneys and the complete domination of the scene by the viaduct

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Whitby, 1824. Artist: JMW Turner

Whitby, 1824. Artist: JMW Turner
Whitby, 1824. From the Tate Gallery, London

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: The Order of Release, 1746, 1852-1853. Artist: John Everett Millais

The Order of Release, 1746, 1852-1853. Artist: John Everett Millais
The Order of Release, 1746, 1852-1853. A barefoot Scottish woman with child in arms brings the official document releasing her wounded husband from prison after the failure of the Second Jacobite

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Charles Darwin K980123

Charles Darwin K980123
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Portrait of Charles Darwin c 1880

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Flodden Field K940715

Flodden Field K940715
FLODDEN FIELD, Northumberland. Site of battle of 1513. Memorial cross

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Geological map of the moon, 1967

Geological map of the moon, 1967. This map is based largely on photographs taken by the US Lunar Orbiter 4 spacecraft. Launched on 4 May 1967

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Bourkes parakeet - Male in flight front view

Bourkes parakeet - Male in flight front view
BB-838 Bourkes parakeet - Male in flight front view Neophema bourkii Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Statue of David, Piazza della Signoria, Florence, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Statue of David, Piazza della Signoria, Florence, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tuscany, Italy, Europe

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: The Strawberry Thief, 1883. Artist: William Morris

The Strawberry Thief, 1883. Artist: William Morris
The Strawberry Thief, 1883. Disilllusioned by Victorian mass-produced items, in 1861 William Morris (1834-1896) and friends founded Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Company to design and make furniture

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Bridge of Sighs, Ducal Palace and Custom-House, Venice: Canaletti Painting, 1833. Artist: JMW Turner

Bridge of Sighs, Ducal Palace and Custom-House, Venice: Canaletti Painting, 1833. Artist: JMW Turner
Bridge of Sighs, Ducal Palace and Custom-House, Venice: Canaletti Painting, 1833. This view of Venice includes the figure of the Venetian artist Antonio Canaletto

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Four moons of Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, 1979

Four moons of Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, 1979. Four separate pictures of these moons sometimes known as the Galilean moons taken from Voyager 1

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: The Engineer, 1867

The Engineer, 1867. The workman is using a file on an engine part held in a vice. Engineers made and maintained the steam engines and machinery used in manufacturing and transport

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Goldfinch - On hawthorn twig front view Bedfordshire UK 1641

Goldfinch - On hawthorn twig front view Bedfordshire UK 1641
BB-863 Goldfinch - On hawthorn twig front view UK Carduelis carduelis Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: James Watt, Scottish engineer and inventor, 1833

James Watt, Scottish engineer and inventor, 1833. Watt (1736-1819) was born at Greenock on the Clyde, Scotland, and showed an interest in engineering and invention from an early age

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: The Whale, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

The Whale, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins
The Whale, c1850. Around the main illustration of harpooning a whale and the whalers being tossed from their boat are vignettes of the uses to which the whale was put after the carcass had been cut

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: JJ Thomson, British nuclear physicist, 1898

JJ Thomson, British nuclear physicist, 1898. Joseph John Thomson (1856-1940), the discoverer of the electron, with his students at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Water! Water! Everywhere; and not a Drop to Drink, 1849

Water! Water! Everywhere; and not a Drop to Drink, 1849. Comment on the London water supply during the reappearance of cholera in 1848 and 1849

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Construction of the Kilsby Tunnel on the London & Birmingham Railway, 8 July 1839

Construction of the Kilsby Tunnel on the London & Birmingham Railway, 8 July 1839. Artist: John Cooke Bourne
Construction of the Kilsby Tunnel on the London & Birmingham Railway, 8 July 1837 (1839). Robert Stephenson (1803-1859) was appointed chief engineer of the London & Birmingham Railway (LBR)

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: John Wood Approaching Bombay, c1850. Artist: Joseph Heard

John Wood Approaching Bombay, c1850. Artist: Joseph Heard
John Wood Approaching Bombay, c1850. At this time the East India Company was still governing India. The company was founded in 1600 to challenge the Dutch

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: The Story of Theseus, mid-15th century. Artist: Master of the Cassoni

The Story of Theseus, mid-15th century. Artist: Master of the Cassoni
The Story of Theseus, mid-15th century. Theseus lands on Crete from Athens and sets out to kill the Minotaur, the bull-headed monster which King Minos has had imprisoned in the labyrinth built by

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Chirk Aqueduct on the Ellesmere Canal, c1829. Artist: Thomas Barber

Chirk Aqueduct on the Ellesmere Canal, c1829. Artist: Thomas Barber
Chirk Aqueduct on the Ellesmere Canal, c1829. Now known as the Llangollen, the canal was built by the Scottish civil engineer Thomas Telford (1757-1834)

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Exterior of the north transept of the Crystal Palace, London, built for the Great Exhibition, 1851

Exterior of the north transept of the Crystal Palace, London, built for the Great Exhibition, 1851. Conceived by Prince Albert

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Advertisement for Sunlight household soap, c1890

Advertisement for Sunlight household soap, c1890. The advertisement recommends the soap it to the housewife by claiming it would make life easier

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Friedrich Engels, German socialist and collaborator and supporter of Karl Marx, 1879

Friedrich Engels, German socialist and collaborator and supporter of Karl Marx, 1879. Engels lived mainly in England from 1842

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: The Lace Maker, c1664. Artist: Jan Vermeer

The Lace Maker, c1664. Artist: Jan Vermeer
The Lace Maker, c1664. The woman is making pillow lace which uses a strip of parchment on which the pattern has been pricked out

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Budgerigar - in cage with seeds

Budgerigar - in cage with seeds
LA-5318 Budgerigar - in cage with seeds Melopsittacus undulatus Jean-Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: open-uri20120929-31401-o8jeuw

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1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Elio de Angelis (Lotus 87-Ford Cosworth), 4th position, in the pits. Colin Chapman and Peter Wright are behind the car. Ref - 81ITA18

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Great Eastern on the stocks at Millwall on the Thames, 1857

Great Eastern on the stocks at Millwall on the Thames, 1857. View from the stern, showing the vessel in John Scott Russells (1808-1882) yard

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Bird s-eye view of the Eiffel Tower at the time of the opening of the Paris Exposition of 1889

Bird s-eye view of the Eiffel Tower at the time of the opening of the Paris Exposition of 1889. Designed by the French civil engineer Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923)

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Tring cutting, London & Birmingham Railway, 17 June 1837 (1839). Artist: John Cooke Bourne

Tring cutting, London & Birmingham Railway, 17 June 1837 (1839). Artist: John Cooke Bourne
Tring cutting, London & Birmingham Railway, 17 June 1837 (1839). Navvies excavating the cutting. Wheelbarrows are filled with spoil at the bottom

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: New Lanark Mills, Scotland, c1815

New Lanark Mills, Scotland, c1815. Robert Owens (1771-1858) model community of cotton mills and housing. Educational facilities were provided, as well as the worlds first day nursery

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Industrial polltion, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c1925

Industrial polltion, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c1925. Factory chimneys pouring out polluted smoke

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Euston Station, London terminus of London and Birmingham Railway, 1840

Euston Station, London terminus of London and Birmingham Railway, 1840. A man greets a female passenger while luggage on the cariage roof is untied. Iron pillars and trusses support the station roof

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Battle at the Porte St Denis, 28th July, 1830, Paris. Artist: Hippolyte Lecomte

Battle at the Porte St Denis, 28th July, 1830, Paris. Artist: Hippolyte Lecomte
Battle at the Porte St Denis, 28th July, 1830, Paris. Fighting between the people and royalist troops during the French Revolution of July 1830. From the Musee Carnavalet, Paris

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937), Nobel prize-winning atomic physicist, c1908

Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937), Nobel prize-winning atomic physicist, c1908
Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937), New Zealand atomic physicist. Won 1908 Nobel prize for chemistry. Is considered by many to have laid the groundwork for the development of modern nuclear physics

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Microwave map of whole sky, c1990s

Microwave map of whole sky, c1990s. A map produced from one years data from NASAs COBE (Cosmic Background Explorer) satellite

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Charles Darwin, English naturalist, 1871

Charles Darwin, English naturalist, 1871. Darwin (1809-1882) was employed as naturalist on HMS Beagle from 1831-1836. He first made his name as a geologist

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Hippopotamus - pair sunning themselves Kruger National Park, South Africa

Hippopotamus - pair sunning themselves Kruger National Park, South Africa
VAN-33 HIPPOPOTAMUS - pair sunning themselves by the water Krugar National Park, South Africa Hippotamus amphibius Ingrid Van den Berg Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Hippopotamus - grazing, showing scars of recent conflict due to living in close proximity

Hippopotamus - grazing, showing scars of recent conflict due to living in close proximity
RS-147 Hippopotamus - grazing Serengeti, Tanzania, Africa Hippopotamus amphibius A hippos appetite means it can consume up to 60 kilograms in one night

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Lovebird - Peach faced in flight turning Distribution: Africa

Lovebird - Peach faced in flight turning Distribution: Africa
BB-837 Lovebird - Peach faced in flight turning Captive, UK Agaponis roseicolli Distribution: Africa Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: Guglielmo Marconi, Italian physicist and inventor and pioneer of wireless telegraphy. Artist: Spy

Guglielmo Marconi, Italian physicist and inventor and pioneer of wireless telegraphy. Artist: Spy
Guglielmo Marconi, Italian physicist and inventor and pioneer of wireless telegraphy. Marconi (1874-1937) discovered a way in which waves could be used to send messages from one place to another

Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 2005 FIA World Rally Champs. Round eleven Deutschland Rally. 25th- 28th August 2005

2005 FIA World Rally Champs. Round eleven Deutschland Rally. 25th- 28th August 2005. Sebastien Loeb, Citroen, podium
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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 2007 Le Mans 24 Hours. Le Mans, France. 13th - 17th June. Race

2007 Le Mans 24 Hours. Le Mans, France. 13th - 17th June. Race. Juan Barazi (GBR)/ Michael Vergers (GBR)
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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 1981 Canadian Grand Prix Montreal, Canada. 25-27 September 1981

1981 Canadian Grand Prix Montreal, Canada. 25-27 September 1981. Bruno Giacomelli (Alfa Romeo 179C), 4th position
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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Elio de Angelis

1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Elio de Angelis (Lotus 87-Ford Cosworth), 4th position
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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Nigel Mansell (Lotus 87-Ford Cosworth)

1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Nigel Mansell (Lotus 87-Ford Cosworth), retired
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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 2005 FIA World Rally Champs. Round fourteen Rallye De France. 20th-23rd October 2005

2005 FIA World Rally Champs. Round fourteen Rallye De France. 20th-23rd October 2005
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Background imageImages Dated 4th August 2005: 1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Alan Jones

1981 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1981. Alan Jones (Williams FW07C-Ford Cosworth), 2nd position
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