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Royalty - Princess Elizabeth - Trooping the Colour March Past - London Featured Print

Royalty - Princess Elizabeth - Trooping the Colour March Past - London

COLONEL PRINCESS Wearing a specially designed uniform, with World War II medals, as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, Princess Elizabeth is seen mounted on Winston, a chestnut police horse, in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, London, as the King took the salute at a march past by troops of the Brigade of Guards. The march past followed the Trooping the Colour by the Guards - in celebration of the King's official 53rd birthday - on the Horse Guards Parade.

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Jackson Statue Featured Print

Jackson Statue

1859: A bronze mounted statue of General Andrew Jackson by sculptor Clark Mills in Washington, DC. The monument, situated behind the White House, was dedicated in 1853. (Photo by William England/London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images)

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3 x cement mixers parked up on waste ground on Manitoulin Island Ontario Canada Featured Print

3 x cement mixers parked up on waste ground on Manitoulin Island Ontario Canada

3 x cement mixers parked up on waste ground on Manitoulin Island Ontario Canada, the vehicle on the left is a Paystar 5000 the one to the right is a Mack. The boom / extension arm fitted to the mixer on the left of the main two is a shute extension allowing concrete to be delivered by a conveyor belt mechanism at a much longer reach than the conventional shute fitted at the rear of the drum.

© © Ian Loasby Photography 2015 / Topfoto