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Images Dated 8th January 2019

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Famous Trains and their Destinations Featured 8 Jan 2019 Image

Famous Trains and their Destinations

Page from The Bystander featuring five of the society women wearing their costumes for the Railway Ball to be held at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in aid of the Kensington, Fulham and Chelsea Hospital on 11 December 1930. The pageant was titled, "Famous Trains". Outfits featured centre is Miss Betty Hulton as Cannes. Then, clockwise from top left, Mrs A. G. McCorquodale, producer and designer of the pageant as St. Moritz, Mrs John Russell as The Blue Train, Princess George Imeritinsky as The Golden Arrow and Lady Lindsay Hogg typifying The Engandine Express.
1930

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Outside gates of Buckingham Palace during Queen's illness Featured 8 Jan 2019 Image

Outside gates of Buckingham Palace during Queen's illness

Day after day anxious people came to read the bulletins outside the gates of Buckingham Palace during the illness of Queen Victoria.
1901

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1901, British, Buckingham, Bulletin, Bulletins, Death, Gate, Gates, Illness, News, Notice, Outside, Palace, Queen, Royal, Royalty, Victoria

Tapeworm cysticercus, SEM Featured 8 Jan 2019 Image

Tapeworm cysticercus, SEM

Tapeworm cysticercus. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of the bladder worm or cysticercus stage of the pork tapeworm (Taenia solium), an intestinal parasite. The scolex has the suckers and hooks that will later attach the young pork tapeworm to the gut wall of a human. In its life cycle the pork tapeworm parasite infects humans (its primary host) first and the pig (its secondary host) second. When pork tapeworm eggs from humans enter the pig they form cysts in the muscles, which results in infected pork. If humans eat this, the cysticerci develop into tapeworms in the human intestines. Magnification: x65 when printed at 10 centimetres high

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