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Background imageScience Museum Collection: Motor homunculus model

Motor homunculus model. Parts of the body are sized according to how much space the brain gives to controlling the movement of that part of the body

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Archaeopteryx fossil, Berlin specimen C016 / 5071

Archaeopteryx fossil, Berlin specimen C016 / 5071
Archaeopteryx fossil, Berlin specimen. Cast of the Archaeopteryx specimen held at the Berlin Natural History Museum. This cast shows the spread-out wings and long, clawed fingers

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern, 1857, printed 1863-64

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Aberdonian, steam locomotive, Kings Cross Station, London, 1958

Aberdonian, steam locomotive, Kings Cross Station, London, 1958
The Aberdonian, an A1 Class steam locomotive No 60158 departing from Kings Cross. Alongside the Aberdonian is the Golden Plover, an A4 Class steam locomotive, No 60031

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Waterloo Station, London, 1967

Waterloo Station, London, 1967
Oil painting by Terence Cuneo (1907-1996) showing a view of the concourse at Waterloo Station, London, as seen from the first floor British Rail Southern Regional boardroom windows

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Mallard 4-6-2 steam locomotive, no 4468, 1938

Mallard 4-6-2 steam locomotive, no 4468, 1938
This class A4 locomotive was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley, the chief mechanical engineer for the London & North Eastern Railway and built at the railways works in Doncaster

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Mallard, London & North Eastern Railway locomotive no 4468, 1938

Mallard, London & North Eastern Railway locomotive no 4468, 1938
Mallard pulling a Friends of the National Railway Museum 10th anniversary special, The Scarborough Flyer, heading for Scarborough via the Harrogate-Leeds-York loop, 26 April 1987

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Flying Scotsman, 1944

Flying Scotsman, 1944
The Flying Scotsman hauled by an A1 class 4-6-2 locomotive number 4472 Flying Scotsman at Hadley Wood, 17 December 1944. The Flying Scotsman train left London Kings Cross every morning at 10.00 am

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Flying Scotsman A3 Class steam locomotive leaving Leeds station, 1956

Flying Scotsman A3 Class steam locomotive leaving Leeds station, 1956
Flying Scotsman A3 Class steam locomotive leaving Leeds station, Yorksire, with the White Rose express for Kings Cross station, London. Photograph by Bishop Eric Treacy

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Pressed seaweed specimens C016 / 6127

Pressed seaweed specimens C016 / 6127
Pressed seaweed specimens collected by women living in Jersey during the 1850s and 1860s

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Set of glass eyeballs

Set of glass eyeballs. Each shell illustrates a disease or abnormality affecting the eye. The set was hand crafted in the late 1920s by ocularists of Theodore Hamblin Ltd

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Glasgow International Exhibition, GNR / NER / NBR poster, 1901

Glasgow International Exhibition, GNR / NER / NBR poster, 1901
Poster produced for the Great Northern Railway, North Eastern Railway and North British Railway, to promote tourist and weekend tickets from Kings Cross, London, to Glasgow

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Driver and fireman consulting with station guard, c 1956

Driver and fireman consulting with station guard, c 1956
Driver Bill Hoole and his fireman lean from the cab of Lord Faringdon, A4 Class steam locomotive No 554, to consult with the guard

Background imageScience Museum Collection: View of Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishops Grounds, (oil on canvas) c. 1822

View of Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishops Grounds, (oil on canvas) c. 1822
SC17056 View of Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishops Grounds, (oil on canvas) c.1822 by Constable, John (1776-1837); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; English, out of copyright

Background imageScience Museum Collection: 1903 Wright Flyer on display in the Science Museum, London

1903 Wright Flyer on display in the Science Museum, London
The original 1903 Wright Flyer lent by Orville Wright for display at the Science Museum, London. Date: circa 1907

Background imageScience Museum Collection: First geological map of Britain, 1815 C016 / 5683

First geological map of Britain, 1815 C016 / 5683
First geological map of Britain, detail of the north east coast (figure 8). This map was published in 1815 by British geologist William Smith (1769-1839)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Coffee plant, 19th century C016 / 5141

Coffee plant, 19th century C016 / 5141
Coffee plant, 19th-century artwork. The illustration is captioned in French as Cafier d arabic. This artwork is from Phytographie Medicale (Paris, 1821-4) by French botanist Joseph R

Background imageScience Museum Collection: British Railways steam locomotive, 1951

British Railways steam locomotive, 1951. This Hall Class 4-6-0 locomotive with the up Cornish Riviera Express from Penzance is crossing a viaduct near Liskeard

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Savory & Moores Pharmacy, 143 New Bond Street, London, 1912

Savory & Moores Pharmacy, 143 New Bond Street, London, 1912. Shop front with window display and royal coat of arms over the door indicating by appointment to the royal family

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Now at you service - Diesel trains... BR (LMR) poster, 1950

Now at you service - Diesel trains... BR (LMR) poster, 1950
Now at you service - Diesel trains between Manchester, Oldham, Royton and Rochdale. Poster produced for British Railways (London Midland Region)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Comon magpies, 19th century artwork C013 / 6315

Comon magpies, 19th century artwork C013 / 6315
Common magpie (Pica pica) pair. Plate 31 from Watercolour drawings of British Animals (1831-1841) by William MacGillivray

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Flying Scotsman, 30 November 1934

Flying Scotsman, 30 November 1934
This photograph was probably taken at Kings Cross Station in London. It shows the driver, W Sparshatt, and his fireman, R Webster

Background imageScience Museum Collection: A4 class locomotive, 1957

A4 class locomotive, 1957
Driver attaching the nameplate to an A4 class 4-6-2 locomotive number 60015 Quicksilver, which is pulling The Fair Maid train, 3 September 1957

Background imageScience Museum Collection: The London, Midland & Scottish Railway 5P5F class 4-6-0 locomotive number 5200 with

The London, Midland & Scottish Railway 5P5F class 4-6-0 locomotive number 5200 with
The engine is taking on water from the troughs, using a scoop lowered from the tender. The four mile climb to the top of Shap summit has a gradient of 1 in 75, and reaches 300 metres above sea level

Background imageScience Museum Collection: LMS locomotive Duchess of Hamilton

LMS locomotive Duchess of Hamilton
London Midland & Scottish Railway 4-6-2 class 7P locomotive no. 6229 Duchess of Hamilton (6220 in disguise), Coronation Scot near Warford Junction c.1939. (AC Cawston, ACC_LMS_129)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Flying Scotsman, near Grantham, Lincolnshire c. 1931

Flying Scotsman, near Grantham, Lincolnshire c. 1931
This class A1 4-6-2 locomotive No 4472 built for the London & North Eastern Railway was used on the Flying Scotsman service - a non- stop journey of 392.7 miles, from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Flying Scotsman, c 1930s

Flying Scotsman, c 1930s
This class A1 4-6-2 Golden Eagle locomotive, number 4482, was built for the London and North Eastern Railway. It was used on the ‘ Flying Scotsman service - a non-stop journey of 392.7 miles

Background imageScience Museum Collection: London, Midland and Scottish Railway 4-6-0

London, Midland and Scottish Railway 4-6-0 Jubilee class steam locomotive No 5568 Western Australia approaching Ais Gill summit on the Settle and Carlisle line on the up Thames-Forth express

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Star Wars Exhibition on display at the Science Museum, London, 30th December 1977

Star Wars Exhibition on display at the Science Museum, London, 30th December 1977. C-3PO, android programmed for etiquette and protocol

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Barcode: 10321916 Photo Studio, Science Museum, London Scan Date: 20 September 2006

Barcode: 10321916 Photo Studio, Science Museum, London Scan Date: 20 September 2006 Colour Profile: Adobe RGB (1998) Gamma Setting: 2.2 Please note: This image is currently not fully processed

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Banksia coccinea, 19th century C016 / 5535

Banksia coccinea, 19th century C016 / 5535
Scarlet banksia (Banksia coccinea), 19th-century artwork. This artwork is from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Austrian botanical illustrator Ferdinand Lucas Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Long-horned Cattle, 19th century C013 / 6225

Long-horned Cattle, 19th century C013 / 6225
Long-horned Cattle. 19th-century artwork of a bull of the Long-horned Cattle, a breed of the domesticated cow (Bos taurus)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: 1836 Gideon Mantell Mantel Piece sawrian

1836 Gideon Mantell Mantel Piece sawrian
" A Sawrian" From " The Anniversary of the Literary Fun 1836" by Thomas Hood, published by Baily and Co, Cornhill

Background imageScience Museum Collection: 1824 Bucklands Megalosaurus jaw no tint

1824 Bucklands Megalosaurus jaw no tint
1824 Uncoloured (original) Double quarto Plate XL of Megalosaurus jaw and teeth drawn by Mary Moreland, from William Bucklands " Notice on the Megalosaurus or great Fossil Lizard of

Background imageScience Museum Collection: J. Davies Enys, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)

J. Davies Enys, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
Oil on canvas, Newlyn School, early 20th century. John Davies Enys (1837-1912) was born at Enys, near Penryn, Cornwall, and emigrated to New Zealand in 1861

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Letter from Sir Issac Newton to William Briggs, 20th June 1682. Artist: Isaac Newton

Letter from Sir Issac Newton to William Briggs, 20th June 1682. Artist: Isaac Newton
Letter from Sir Issac Newton to William Briggs, 20th June 1682. Letter written from Trinity College, Cambridge by Newton to William Briggs, MD

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Indian peafowl, artwork C016 / 5610

Indian peafowl, artwork C016 / 5610
Indian peafowl (Pavo cristatus). Painting by Pieter Cornelius de Bevere, from the Loten Collection of coloured drawings of Birds, Mammals, Insects and Plants (1754-1757)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Construction of St Pancras Station, London, c 1867

Construction of St Pancras Station, London, c 1867
Travelling Gantry and First Girder of Midland Station St Pancras. This station was completed in 1868, as the London terminus for the Midland Railway. The station was designed by William Barlow

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Interior of the Temple at Esna, Upper Egypt, 1838. Artist: David Roberts

Interior of the Temple at Esna, Upper Egypt, 1838. Artist: David Roberts
Interior of the Temple at Esna, Upper Egypt, 1838. A plate from Egypt and Nubia, engraved by Louis Haghe. Found in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Ipswich, East Suffolk Junction, about 1911

Ipswich, East Suffolk Junction, about 1911
Ipswich railway line, 1911. East Suffolk Junction, possibly taken from London Road bridge, looking north-west. The Norwich main line continues straight ahead

Background imageScience Museum Collection: The Oaks station, Bolton, London Midland and Scottish Railway

The Oaks station, Bolton, London Midland and Scottish Railway (formerly Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway), 1933
The Oaks station, Bolton, London Midland and Scottish Railway (formerly Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway), near a proposed site for a pump, 4 August 1933

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Dr Johannes Vogel

Dr Johannes Vogel
Portrait of Dr Vogel, Keeper of Botany at the Natural History Museum, London. Photographed for Museums part in British Association Annual Festival of Science in Cardiff

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Four crew members enjoying a break, 1950

Four crew members enjoying a break, 1950
Four crew members of an engineers train enjoy a break near Glenfinnan on the West Highland extension line between Fort William and Mallaig, 13 August 1950

Background imageScience Museum Collection: LMS locomotive Princess Alice

LMS locomotive Princess Alice
London Midland & Scottish Railway 4-6-2 class 7P locomotive no. 6223 Princess Alice in streamlined form, up Coronation Scot near Law Junction c1937. (AC Cawston, ACC_LMS_124)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: London Midland & Scotland (LMS) 4-6-2 locomotive no. 46236 City of Bradford

London Midland & Scotland (LMS) 4-6-2 locomotive no. 46236 City of Bradford
On down 1.30pm express Paddington. Sonning Cutting 18 May 1948 (MW Earley)

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Solomon Islands crossing the Britannia Tu

Solomon Islands crossing the Britannia Tubular Bridge, c 1956. The ex-London, Midland & Scottish Railway Jubilee class 4-6-0 arrives on the mainland from Anglesey

Background imageScience Museum Collection: Mallard 4-6-2 steam locomotive no 4468, 3 July 1938

Mallard 4-6-2 steam locomotive no 4468, 3 July 1938
Mallard on Sunday 3 July 1938 at Barkston on the East Coast Main Line just prior to its record-breaking run. The locomotive reached a speed of 126 mph on a straight stretch of track between Grantham

Background imageScience Museum Collection: The Sower, October 1888, (1947). Creator: Vincent van Gogh

The Sower, October 1888, (1947). Creator: Vincent van Gogh
The Sower, October 1888, (1947). Man broadcasting seed in a field against a sun low on the horizon. Painting in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam



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