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Images Dated 17th July 2009

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Coastal flooding 1953 EAW048271 Featured 17 Jul 2009 Image

Coastal flooding 1953 EAW048271

JAYWICK SANDS, Essex. Aerial photograph taken on 2nd February 1953 showing flooded housing following the great East Coast storm surge which hit the coast overnight on 31st January. At Jaywick, near Clacton, the sea rose a metre in 15 minutes and 35 people drowned. In the photo are the submerged remains of Triumph Avenue, Crossley Avenue, Singer Avenue, Rover Avenue, Standard Avenue and Daimler Avenue. A hexagonal pillbox which is still at the end of Rover Avenue (at OS NGR TM140130) can be made out on the left hand side of the image. The road in the distance is Meadow Way. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

© Historic England

North America, Canada, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park Featured 17 Jul 2009 Image

North America, Canada, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park

North America, Canada, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Abstract design of the rock formations and streambed of Red Rock Canyon, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Canada

© Judith Zimmerman / DanitaDelimont.com

Abstract Design, Canada, Colorful, Environment, Geological Formation, Landscape, Nature, North America, Stones

Globemaster C17A Featured 17 Jul 2009 Image

Globemaster C17A

A Royal Air Force C17 Globemaster aircraft at RAF Brize Norton.
The C17 Globemaster III is the latest addition to the RAFs inventory of transport aircraft. It is capable of rapid, strategic delivery of troops and all types of cargo to main operating bases anywhere in the world, or directly to more temporary forward operating bases owing to its short field capability.
The design of the aircraft allows it to carry out high-angle, steep approaches at relatively slow speeds, thus allowing it to operate into small, austere airfields onto runways as short as 3, 500 feet long and only 90 feet wide