McDonnell Douglas YC-15A 72-1876
McDonnell Douglas YC-15A 72-1876 (msn CX002), the second prototype, at the 1976 SBAC Farnborough Air Show. First flown in December 1975 , 1876 was returned to McDonnell Douglas in late-1976 for modifications, including fitting a Pratt & Whitney JT8D-209 engine in the left outer nacelle, flying again on 4 March 1977 after the modifications, but was retired to AMARC as CX002 on 30 August 1979. 1876 was still on the AMARC inventory on 15 January 2008, but had been broken up and scrapped by March 2012. Date: 1976
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28th February 1953: Backstage, British models getting ready for a fashion show by John Cavanagh. The designer is in Paris with four British models to show off his work and win orders from international buyers who don't come to London. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6434 - British Girls Storm Paris - pub. 1953 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images)
A dream of the past - A large glass of beer
'A dream of the past. A large glass of beer. 'Dear C, Going gradually to a great spot.' Somewhere in France. Verso - Field Post Office TN, dated 11th May '15. Censor stamp 1560 and signed E. B. Kitching. 386202 Acting Sergeant Herbert Gibson, Mm, 1St Northumbrian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Born September 1889.'
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