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Images Dated 7th March 2016

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The Safety of Londons Underground and Tube Railways Featured 7 Mar 2016 Image

The Safety of Londons Underground and Tube Railways

Automatic devices for preventing accidents: the safety of London's Underground and Tube Railways. How the element of danger from human error or illness is eliminated by mechanical means. Illustrated by ILN artist W. B. Robinson from material supplied by London Underground Railways Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Accidents, Apparatus, Communication, Communications, Danger, Dangerous, Device, Devices, Element, Error, Lever, Levers, London, Machinery, Machines, Mar16, Mechanics, Mechanism, Network, Precaution, Prevention, Risk, Safety, Signal, Signalling, Train, Transport, Tube, Underground

Clacton-on-Sea - Victorian engraving Featured 7 Mar 2016 Image

Clacton-on-Sea - Victorian engraving

Victorian people enjoying the sea air on the pier at Clacton-on-Sea, in Essex, eastern England. From a??East Coast Watering Places - Their Chief Features and Advantagesa?? by FE Longley and published by FE Longley (London), Menzies & Co (Edinburgh & Glasgow), John Heywood (Manchester), Francis Guy (Cork), 1884

Type 45 HMS Diamond being loaded with Sea Viper missiles at HMNB Portsmouth Featured 7 Mar 2016 Image

Type 45 HMS Diamond being loaded with Sea Viper missiles at HMNB Portsmouth

Pictured is Type 45 Destroyer HMS Diamond being loaded with Sea Viper missiles at HMNB Portsmouth.
Staff from Defence Munitions Gosport which is part of Defence Equipment and Support are key to the successful loading of ammunition onto all Royal Navy vessels. They operate the cranes and supervise ships staff as well as providing manpower to load the missiles from ammunition barges to the jetty and then onto the receiving ships.
Sea Viper is capable of defending the Type 45 and ships in its company against multiple attacks from the most sophisticated enemy aircraft or missiles approaching from any direction and at supersonic speeds. It can even engage more than ten targets simultaneously - a huge leap in capability for the Royal Navy

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