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Images Dated 21st February 2008

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John C. Howards livery stable and saloon on G Street in Washington, D.C., where John H. Surratt, a conspirator in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, kept horses before leaving town on 1 April 1865. At right is a horse drawn hose reel belonging to the Northern Liberties Fire Company. Photographed in 1865 Featured 21 Feb 2008 Print

John C. Howards livery stable and saloon on G Street in Washington, D.C., where John H. Surratt, a conspirator in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, kept horses before leaving town on 1 April 1865. At right is a horse drawn hose reel belonging to the Northern Liberties Fire Company. Photographed in 1865

WASHINGTON: STABLES, 1865.
John C. Howard's livery stable and saloon on G Street in Washington, D.C., where John H. Surratt, a conspirator in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, kept horses before leaving town on 1 April 1865. At right is a horse drawn hose reel belonging to the Northern Liberties Fire Company. Photographed in 1865

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Gas flames are seen burning on a cooker in London Featured 21 Feb 2008 Print

Gas flames are seen burning on a cooker in London

Gas flames are seen burning on a cooker in London February 21, 2008, in this posed picture. Britain's Centrica reported a 40 percent rise in 2007 profit after lower wholesale gas prices improved the profitability of its domestic British Gas business, but it said margins were now tightening again. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN) - GM1DXHUZLUAA

High Dawn in the West (Minster): This shoot took place on WestMinster Bridgre this Featured 21 Feb 2008 Print

High Dawn in the West (Minster): This shoot took place on WestMinster Bridgre this

High Dawn in the West (Minster): This shoot took place on WestMinster Bridgre this morning at Dawn. A dozen cowboys and saloon girls created a High Dawn scene before the traffic came. They are sharp shooters, stunt men etc from the Buffola Bill's Wild West Show which opens in a few days time at Wembley. All the people in the picture are Americans except of course the horses that pull the American made "Wells Fargo" coach. The two gunmen are actually experts on the original Wild West. The Goodie in White hat is Phil Spangenberger from California. He writes authentic commentry on the wild West. The "Baddie" (darker clothes is Dean Dawson, the understudy for Dennis Weaver of the McCloud" TV series is from Texas. 24th July 1978

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