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Spectators at Pendine sands July 2015, watching Sunbeam 350hp. Creator: Unknown
Spectators at Pendine sands July 2015, watching Sunbeam 350hp. Creator: Unknown
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1925 Sunbeam 350 hp driven by Ian Stanfield at Pendine Sands 2015. Creator: Unknown
1925 Sunbeam 350 hp driven by Ian Stanfield at Pendine Sands 2015. Creator: Unknown
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Sunbeam 350 hp with Bluebird fan Claire Meadows, Pendine Sands 2015. Creator: Unknown
Sunbeam 350 hp with Bluebird fan Claire Meadows, Pendine Sands 2015. Creator: Unknown
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1925 Sunbeam 350 hp driven by Don Wales at Pendine Sands 2015. Creator: Unknown
1925 Sunbeam 350 hp driven by Don Wales at Pendine Sands 2015. Creator: Unknown
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Sir Malcolm Campbells Bid for a New Record, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Sir Malcolm Campbells Bid for a New Record, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Amazing giant beetroot, 1929. Creator: Unknown
Amazing giant beetroot, 1929. Creator: Unknown
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Amy Johnson, British aviator, about to set out for Cape Town, 1932. Artists: Unknown, James Mollison
Amy Johnson, British aviator, about to set out for Cape Town, 1932. Artists: Unknown, James Mollison
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Raymond Mays (E.R.A.) breaking the record, 1935; the Shelsey Walsh Hill Climb, 1937
Raymond Mays (E.R.A.) breaking the record, 1935; the Shelsey Walsh Hill Climb, 1937
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Whitney Straight (Maserati) breaks the record, 1934, 1934, (1937)
Whitney Straight (Maserati) breaks the record, 1934, 1934, (1937)
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Sir Malcolm Campbell at high speed in `Blue Bird`, 1935
Sir Malcolm Campbell at high speed in `Blue Bird`, 1935
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Ready to test instruments for use in the attempt on the words height record in 1935 (c1937)
Ready to test instruments for use in the attempt on the words height record in 1935 (c1937)
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Lieutenant BH Barrington-Kennett, the first Adjutant of the RFC, 1912 (1933). Artist: Flight Photo
Lieutenant BH Barrington-Kennett, the first Adjutant of the RFC, 1912 (1933). Artist: Flight Photo
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Amy Johnson, British aviator, about to set out for Cape Town, 1932. Artists: Unknown, James Mollison Featured Image

Amy Johnson, British aviator, about to set out for Cape Town, 1932. Artists: Unknown, James Mollison

Amy Johnson, British aviator, about to set out for Cape Town, 1932. Johnson (1903-1941) saying goodbye to her husband, fellow pilot James Mollison, before starting off. She created a new record for a solo flight from London to Cape Town, completing the trip in 4 days, 6 hours and 54 minutes, beating her husband's record by 10 hours, 28 minutes. In 1930 Johnson became the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia in her DH60 Moth aeroplane Jason and in 1933 she flew non-stop across the Atlantic in a De Havilland biplane with Mollison. Johnson joined the Air Transport Auxilary as a pilot in World War II, during which she was lost after baling out over the Thames estuary. (Colorised black and white print)

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The First British pilot to break a world record: Captain Bertram Dickson, 1910 (1933). Artist: Flight Photo
The First British pilot to break a world record: Captain Bertram Dickson, 1910 (1933). Artist: Flight Photo
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Showing the driving mechanism to interested spectators, c1927, (1935)
Showing the driving mechanism to interested spectators, c1927, (1935)
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Sarcosuchus, artwork C015/3241
Sarcosuchus, artwork C015/3241
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Thrust SSC supersonic car tests C016/2052
Thrust SSC supersonic car tests C016/2052
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Thrust SSC supersonic car and team C016/2051
Thrust SSC supersonic car and team C016/2051
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Eden Project construction
Eden Project construction
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Worlds tallest man Radhouane Charib in London May 1999 at 7ft 9inches with Mirror
Worlds tallest man Radhouane Charib in London May 1999 at 7ft 9inches with Mirror
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Gillette Mach 3 Challenger Rocket Powered Motorbike 1998 with Richard Brown Rider Driver
Gillette Mach 3 Challenger Rocket Powered Motorbike 1998 with Richard Brown Rider Driver
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Richard Brown in Gillette Mach 3 Challenger Rocket 1998 as he makes a successful
Richard Brown in Gillette Mach 3 Challenger Rocket 1998 as he makes a successful
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The German ocean liner, SS Bremen, cheered on her arrival at New York, USA
The German ocean liner, SS Bremen, cheered on her arrival at New York, USA
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Donald Campbell prepares for a run in Bluebird at Lake Eyre 1963
Donald Campbell prepares for a run in Bluebird at Lake Eyre 1963
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Campbell in cockpit of Bluebird Ken Norris
Campbell in cockpit of Bluebird Ken Norris
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Eden Project construction Featured Image

Eden Project construction

Eden Project construction. Cranes and the geodesic framework for the Eden Project domes, in Cornwall, England. The domes were built from 1997-2001, and the hexagonal struts now support plastic membranes that allow the domes to function as greenhouses, the world's largest. The main dome is 240 metres long, 110 metres wide, and 50 metres high. Inside the domes is the scaffolding needed to erect the domes. Over 46, 000 scaffolding poles were used in what was another world record. The domes contain different plant biomes (humid tropics and warm temperate) and a huge variety of plants. It was designed by the architectural firm of Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners

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The Burj Dubai, the worlds tallest building seen through the Emirates Towers in Dubai, middle East
The Burj Dubai, the worlds tallest building seen through the Emirates Towers in Dubai, middle East
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Hughes H-4 Hercules / Spruce Goose
Hughes H-4 Hercules / Spruce Goose
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