Trellick tower. This block of flats wasdesigned by Erno Goldfinger. The building wascompleted in 1972. It is an example of theBrutalist style of architecture and is a Grade IIlisted building. Photographed in North Kensington, London, UK.
© Daniel Sambraus/Science Photo Library
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Churchill AVRE Tank in France; Second World War, 1944
Photograph showing a Churchill AVRE (Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers) tank moving up to the front, France, 1944. The Churchill AVRE tank was equipped with a Petard mortar, designed to attack bunkers and concrete strongholds. The charge used by the mortar was popularly known as a 'Flying Dustbin'.
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VELOCIPEDE, 1914. George C. Maynard, curator of technology at the United States National Museum
George C. Maynard, curator of technology at the United States National Museum, posing with an old velocipede, or 'boneshaker,' outside the east entrance of the Arts and Industries Building at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Photographed in 1914.
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