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Images Dated 20th February 2006

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Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions
James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions and a puncture late in the race to take third position and the four points necessary to take his first

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Soccer - Football League Division One - Eamonn Bannon Signs For Chelsea

Soccer - Football League Division One - Eamonn Bannon Signs For Chelsea
Chelsea manager Danny Blanchflower (l) puts his arm around new signing Eamonn Bannon (r)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Vanessa Bell Portrait

Vanessa Bell Portrait
circa 1910: British artist Vanessa Bell (1879 - 1961) was an English painter and interior designerthe. She was the sister of Virginia Woolf and wife of art critic Clive Bell

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: West window, 15th century stonework, glass late 19th century

West window, 15th century stonework, glass late 19th century
PC11502 West window, 15th century stonework, glass late 19th century; Exeter Cathedral, Devon, UK

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: 1960 French Grand Prix: Phil Hill leads Jack Brabham, Wolfgang von Trips, Willy Mairesse

1960 French Grand Prix: Phil Hill leads Jack Brabham, Wolfgang von Trips, Willy Mairesse, Dan Gurney, Bruce McLaren
1960 French Grand Prix. Reims, France. 1-3 July 1960. Phil Hill (#2 Ferrari Dino 246) leads Jack Brabham (#16 Cooper T53-Climax), Wolfgang von Trips (#4 Ferrari Dino 246)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Chelsea's New Developments: Roger Bannister, Brian Mears, Dave Sexton

Chelsea's New Developments: Roger Bannister, Brian Mears, Dave Sexton
(L-R) Roger Bannister, Chelsea chairman Brian Mears, Chelsea manager Dave Sexton and architect John Darbourne examine a model of the proposed new developments at Chelseas Stamford Bridge home

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Badger Lincolnshire UK

Badger Lincolnshire UK
GET-826 European Badger Lincolnshire, England Meles meles Geoff Trinder Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Antarctic airfield

Antarctic airfield. Ski-equipped Hercules LC130 aircraft taking off from an airfield in West Antarctica. The aircraft is operated by the US New York Air National Guard

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Soccer - Football League Division One - Chelsea v Everton - Stamford Bridge

Soccer - Football League Division One - Chelsea v Everton - Stamford Bridge
Evertons Mick Buckley (r) beats Chelseas Ian Britton (l) to a header

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: American Flamingo Rio Lagartos Reserve, Yucatan, Mexico

American Flamingo Rio Lagartos Reserve, Yucatan, Mexico
MAR-246 American Flamingo Rio Lagartos Reserve, Yucatan, Mexico Phoeniconais ruber ruber Thomas Marent Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Brown booby (Sula leucogaster), adult diving for fish, Los Roques, Venezuela

Brown booby (Sula leucogaster), adult diving for fish, Los Roques, Venezuela

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: 1960 British Grand Prix. Silverstone, Great Britain. 14-16 July 1960

1960 British Grand Prix. Silverstone, Great Britain. 14-16 July 1960. Jack Brabham (Cooper T53-Climax), 1st position
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Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: 1960 French Grand Prix. Reims, France. 1-3 July 1960. Phil Hill (#2 Ferrari Dino 246)

1960 French Grand Prix. Reims, France. 1-3 July 1960. Phil Hill (#2 Ferrari Dino 246)
Bruce McLaren (#18 Cooper T53-Climax), Innes Ireland (#20 Lotus 18-Climax), Jo Bonnier (#8 BRM P48), Olivier Gendebien (#44 Cooper T51-Climax) and Jim Clark (Lotus 18-Climax) at the start

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: open-uri20120929-13411-11b1emd

open-uri20120929-13411-11b1emd
1960 French Grand Prix. Reims, France. 1-3 July 1960. Wolfgang von Trips (Ferrari Dino 246), 11th position. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: Autosport b&w print

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Portrait of Labrador (PR)

Portrait of Labrador (PR)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Portrait of a yellow labrador (PR)

Portrait of a yellow labrador (PR)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Chelsea's Promotion Push: Hitchcock Celebrates First Goal in Intense Play-Off Clash vs

Chelsea's Promotion Push: Hitchcock Celebrates First Goal in Intense Play-Off Clash vs
Chelsea goalkeeper Kevin Hitchcock celebrates after his team took the lead

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Soccer - Football League Division One - Ken Shellito Appointed Chelsea Manager

Soccer - Football League Division One - Ken Shellito Appointed Chelsea Manager
New Chelsea manager Ken Shellito at Stamford Bridge

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Danny Blanchflower Resigns as Chelsea Manager: Reasons Unveiled

Danny Blanchflower Resigns as Chelsea Manager: Reasons Unveiled
Danny Blanchflower (l), sitting alongside Chelsea chairman Brian Mears (r), explains his reasons for resigning

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Regal Cinema programme, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

Regal Cinema programme, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Northern Bald Ibis adult flying, Geronticus eremita

Northern Bald Ibis adult flying, Geronticus eremita

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Geronticus eremita, Northern Bald Ibis

Geronticus eremita, Northern Bald Ibis

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Geronticus eremita, Northern Bald Ibis

Geronticus eremita, Northern Bald Ibis

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Northern Bald Ibis adult flying, Geronticus eremita

Northern Bald Ibis adult flying, Geronticus eremita

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Geronticus eremita, Northern Bald Ibis

Geronticus eremita, Northern Bald Ibis

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Audouins Gull flying

Audouins Gull flying

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Audouins Gull group standing on a beach

Audouins Gull group standing on a beach

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Audouins Gull group standing on a beach

Audouins Gull group standing on a beach

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Audouins Gull flying

Audouins Gull flying

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Audouins Gull flying

Audouins Gull flying

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Interior of karavansarai, Damascus, Syria

Interior of karavansarai, Damascus, Syria Interior of karavan-sarai, Damascus, Syria

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Bronze statue of Slovenian Antelope in the

Bronze statue of Slovenian Antelope in the snow

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Winter scene in village in Slovenia

Winter scene in village in Slovenia

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864

Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865

Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Behaviour of a magnetic compass, 1643

Behaviour of a magnetic compass, 1643. If a compass in a box is carried round a globe-shaped magnet (N, centre of picture) with magnetic poles where lines cross (left and right of N)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Two German Shorthaired Pointers sitting together in the sand surrounded by ice plants

Two German Shorthaired Pointers sitting together in the sand surrounded by ice plants

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Porth Arthur historic site, a penitentiary or convict site on Tasmania

Porth Arthur historic site, a penitentiary or convict site on Tasmania
Port Arthur historic site, a penitentiary or convict site on Tasmania. It is listed as UNESCO world heritage and is an example for the colonization of Australia. Australia, Tasmania

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Porth Arthur historic site, a penitentiary or convict site on Tasmania

Porth Arthur historic site, a penitentiary or convict site on Tasmania
Port Arthur historic site, a penitentiary or convict site on Tasmania. It is listed as UNESCO world heritage and is an example for the colonization of Australia. Australia, Tasmania

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Red-necked Wallaby, subspecies Bennetts Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus rufogriseus)

Red-necked Wallaby, subspecies Bennetts Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus rufogriseus). The habitat of the Bennetts Wallaby is restricted to Tasmania

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest of the Dasyuridae, strictly protected

The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest of the Dasyuridae, strictly protected and endangered. Australia, Tasmania

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest of the Dasyuridae, strictly protected

The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest of the Dasyuridae, strictly protected and endangered. Australia, Tasmania

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest of the Dasyuridae, strictly protected

The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest of the Dasyuridae, strictly protected and endangered. Australia, Tasmania

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: M1 Abrams tank at Camp Warhorse

M1 Abrams tank at Camp Warhorse
Baqubah, Iraq - M1 Abrams tank at Camp Warhorse

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Kathleen Lake in Yukon Territory, Canada, in the Kluane National Park and Reserve

Kathleen Lake in Yukon Territory, Canada, in the Kluane National Park and Reserve

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Quill Creek in Yukon Territory, Canada, in the Kluane National Park and Reserve. The park

Quill Creek in Yukon Territory, Canada, in the Kluane National Park and Reserve. The park
Quill Creek in Yukon Territory, Canada, in the Kluane National Park and Reserve

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: The Sign Post Forest in Watson Lake, Yukon, started in 1942 by Carl K. Lindley, a U

The Sign Post Forest in Watson Lake, Yukon, started in 1942 by Carl K. Lindley, a U
Sign Post Forest, Watson Lake, Yukon, started 1942 by Carl K. Lindley, US Army GI working the Alaskan Highway. The original sign pointed to his hometown. (Editorial Usage Only)

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2006: Picture No. 10881857

Picture No. 10881857
Sperm Whale - blowing / spouting (Physeter macrocephalus) Date



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