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Images Dated 17th October 2010

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Royal Navy Submarine HMS Triumph Enters HMNB Clyde Featured 17 Oct 2010 Image

Royal Navy Submarine HMS Triumph Enters HMNB Clyde

Trafalgar Class submarine SSN (Ship Submersible Nuclear) HMS Triumph, glides into HM Naval Base Clyde in the early morning sun following a patrol.
The Triumph of today is somewhat different from her predecessors. Built by VSEL at Barrow-in-Furness, she was commissioned in October 1991 and is the seventh and last of the Trafalgar class. Since commissioning, the submarine has completed a number of notable patrols from the North Atlantic to the Far East.
Between 2005 and 2009, Triumph went through a long overhaul period to refuel the reactor, complete essential maintenance and repairs. During this long overhaul period, the vessel's equipment and sensors were upgraded to make her one of the most potent and advanced submarines in the flotilla

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AB R & Co patriotic china bulldog with laurel wreath Featured 17 Oct 2010 Image

AB R & Co patriotic china bulldog with laurel wreath

A B. R. & Co. patriotic china bulldog with laurel wreath and Union flag. With a poem by Burns - Be Briton still to Britain true, among oursel's united, for never but British hands, maun British wrangs be righted. Registered Number 157604. Commemorative Ware

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

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WWI mahogany plaque in the shape of Australia Featured 17 Oct 2010 Image

WWI mahogany plaque in the shape of Australia

A First World War mahogany plaque in the shape of Australia. The piece contains the following : 1. A multi-coloured badge worn at the top of the left sleeve by members of the Australian Flying Corps. It was a sort of Branch of Service or formation badge to indicate that you belonged to the Flying Corps. 2. The white and red insignia for the 24th Battalion, 6th Brigade, 2nd Division AIF. 3. A bronze AIF badge. 4. A brass shoulder title (Australia) worn by 1st & 2nd Divisions of the AIF, denoting volunteers for overseas service. 5. A gold and enamel RFC badge. Included is a photograph showingthe Australian Flying Corps. badge. Trench Art

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library