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Lt England with dead Molly mawk Featured Related Images Print

Lt England with dead Molly mawk

Photographer: Morrison, John Donald.
Expedition: Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04
Date: 1904
Location: Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Lt England on deck of ship holding a dead albatross by the beak

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Wooden Propeller manufactured by Frederick Tibbenham Featured Related Images Print

Wooden Propeller manufactured by Frederick Tibbenham

Wooden Propeller manufactured by Frederick Tibbenham of Ipswich (the company's transfer sign of a bumble bee was used on every propeller that the company made). Painted with either an RE8 or a BE2E below an Albatross D3 which has just been shot down in flames by a Sopwith triplane. J. Willey J. Willey'S War Service Was Prefaced By 2.5 Years In The Persian Gulf Under Semi-Active Service Conditions In H.M.S. Fox. During The First Few Months Of War This Ship Patrolled Trade Routes, Captured Merchant Vessels, Convoyed Troops To British East Africa, And The Indian Expeditionary Force Half-Way Across The Indian Ocean. After A Period On East Coast Of Africa Was Sent To Hospital (Mombasa), With Beriberi. Invalided To England About The Beginning Of February 1915. After A Period At The Torpedo School, Devonport, Sent To H.M.S. Melpomene, And Stationed At Harwich, Under Commodore Tyrwhitt. Remained In The Melpomene Until January 1917. Then Served Until The End Of The War In H.M S. Satyr, Patrolling, Mine-Sinking, Etc

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

The dead sailors rise up and start to work the ropes of the ship so that it begins to move Featured Related Images Print

The dead sailors rise up and start to work the ropes of the ship so that it begins to move

XJF393845 The dead sailors rise up and start to work the ropes of the ship so that it begins to move, scene from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by S.T. Coleridge, published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1876 (wood engraving) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; (add.info.: Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834); They groaned, they stirred. they all uprose, nor spake, nor moved their eyes'; Plate 22;); French, out of copyright

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