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"Unforgettable Moments: Capturing the Power of Records" On Sunday 3rd July 1938, Mallard raced past Little Bytham at 123 mph (198 km/h), then

Background imageRecords Collection: Sir Donald Bradman

Sir Donald Bradman Unquestionably the greatest batsman ever to play Test cricket. Averaged an amazing 99.94 runs for Australia

Background imageRecords Collection: Donald Campbell, Coniston Water, Lancashire, pictures taken on the day of his death

Donald Campbell, Coniston Water, Lancashire, pictures taken on the day of his death, 4th January 1967. Campbell was killed when Bluebird K7 flipped and disintegrated at a speed in excess of 300 mph

Background imageRecords Collection: On Sunday 3rd July 1938, Mallard raced past Little Bytham at 123 mph (198 kmh), then

On Sunday 3rd July 1938, Mallard raced past Little Bytham at 123 mph (198 kmh), then over the next 1and a quarter miles (2 km) its speed rose until for one quarter mile (0.4 km)

Background imageRecords Collection: Female contortionist Diana Gaye playing records

Female contortionist Diana Gaye playing records
The female contortionist Diana Gaye in the sitting room, putting a record on the record player, with an array of the latest LP covers on display. Date: 1971

Background imageRecords Collection: The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again -

The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again - the group you love to hate ! After their outrageous TV performance, and being " Fired" by EMI Records

Background imageRecords Collection: Wreck Chart of the British Isles For 1868

Wreck Chart of the British Isles For 1868
Chart showing the positions of all 2131 vessels wrecked around the British Isles during 1868, compiled from the Board of Trade records

Background imageRecords Collection: Score-board at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901

Score-board at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901
Photograph of the Sydney Cricket Ground Score-board during the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia, 8th January 1901

Background imageRecords Collection: Everton forward Bob Latchford celebrates after scoring his 30th goal of the season in

Everton forward Bob Latchford celebrates after scoring his 30th goal of the season in the 6-0 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park. 29th April 1978

Background imageRecords Collection: Records of first UK aerial mail service

Records of first UK aerial mail service
Thepostmasters official handwrittenrecordsrelatingto thefirst UKaerialmail service from London to Windsor andWindsor to LondoninSeptember1911. 1911

Background imageRecords Collection: Somerset House 1809

Somerset House 1809
Rebuilt in the late 18th century, this set of buildings has at times housed the Royal Academy, the Royal Society, and several government depart- ments such as Public Records

Background imageRecords Collection: Listening to Records

Listening to Records
A dreamy teenager listening to her new Astrud Gilberto LP on her record player

Background imageRecords Collection: Clocking-In Machine

Clocking-In Machine
A Clocking In machine in a factory records the hours workers start and leave the workplace

Background imageRecords Collection: English aviator Amy Johnson, the first female pilot to fly solo from Britain to Australia

English aviator Amy Johnson, the first female pilot to fly solo from Britain to Australia. Pictured here at the opening of the speedboat season, at Welsh Harp reservoir near Hendon, London

Background imageRecords Collection: Music cover, Hello, Dolly! Louis Armstrong

Music cover, Hello, Dolly! Louis Armstrong
Music cover, Hello, Dolly! Words and music by Jerry Herman, recorded by Louis Armstrong. 1963

Background imageRecords Collection: Music cover, When I Fall in Love, Nat King Cole

Music cover, When I Fall in Love, Nat King Cole
Music cover, When I Fall in Love, music by Victor Young, words by Edward Heyman, recorded by Nat King Cole on Capitol Records. 1952

Background imageRecords Collection: The Domesday Book, Nottinghamshire

The Domesday Book, Nottinghamshire
The Domesday Book, a record of the resources and taxable values of the boroughs and manors of Nottinghamshire, extract from the Great Domesday Book Date: c. 1085

Background imageRecords Collection: The Domesday Book, Surrey

The Domesday Book, Surrey
The Domesday Book, a record of the resources and taxable values of the boroughs and manors of Surrey, including Guildford, extract from the Great Domesday Book Date: c. 1085

Background imageRecords Collection: 1960S Lady & Vacuum

1960S Lady & Vacuum
A British housewife poses with Hoover and rag in the centre of her sitting room

Background imageRecords Collection: Precocious Teenage Girl

Precocious Teenage Girl
A rather spoilt teenage girl, lying with her feet up, scoffing a box of chocolates whilst listening to her latest 78 gramophone records!

Background imageRecords Collection: Listening to Records

Listening to Records
A teenage girl with a bouffant hairdo puts her Cliff Richard album on the record player

Background imageRecords Collection: Youth club poster, Beatles night

Youth club poster, Beatles night
Youth club poster advertising a Beatles night -- bring your Beatle records, photos, wigs, dolls, brooches, scrap books, etc. Date: 1960s

Background imageRecords Collection: Family tree

Family tree. Magnifying glass being held over a section of a family tree

Background imageRecords Collection: French Liner Normandie leaving Le Havre, May 1935

French Liner Normandie leaving Le Havre, May 1935
Photograph of the French luxury liner, Normandie, leaving Le Havre on her maiden voyage. When she arrived in New York, 4 days and three hours later, she had captured the Blue Riband quite easily

Background imageRecords Collection: STEAMSHIPS / MAURETANIA

STEAMSHIPS / MAURETANIA
Cunarder on the Atlantic run, at this time the fastest ocean-going liner of them all, breaking all the Atlantic records

Background imageRecords Collection: 60S Record Playing

60S Record Playing
Four smartly-dressed teenagers having cocktails around a record player

Background imageRecords Collection: An Italian automotive triumph (colour litho)

An Italian automotive triumph (colour litho)
2809318 An Italian automotive triumph (colour litho) by Beltrame, Achille (1871-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: An Italian automotive triumph)

Background imageRecords Collection: Patriotic poster, Buy British - Britain Always First

Patriotic poster, Buy British - Britain Always First
Britain Always First - poster celebrating Britihs achievements in breaking speed records on land, water, air and rail. Part of a government campaign to tackle a balance of payments crisis

Background imageRecords Collection: English aviator Amy Johnson arrives at Hedon Airport, near her home town of Hull in her

English aviator Amy Johnson arrives at Hedon Airport, near her home town of Hull in her De Havilland DH.60 Gipsy Moth aircraft G-aAH during celebrations to mark her historic solo flight from Croydon

Background imageRecords Collection: Fifteen girls packed themselves into a mini car in 1966 in London

Fifteen girls packed themselves into a mini car in 1966 in London

Background imageRecords Collection: Advert for Decca portable gramophone 1916

Advert for Decca portable gramophone 1916
Deccas, more Deccas, still more Deccas. Thats the cry of the men at the front of the men of our mighty fleets, and of the convalescent from both sevices. They want music - whenever they go. Date: 1916

Background imageRecords Collection: Major A. T. Gardner with his new 1100-cc M. G. car

Major A. T. Gardner with his new 1100-cc M. G. car
Major A.T. Gardner ( Goldie Gardner) seen here wearing tie, moustache and pleats, next to his new M.G. 1100-cc. Gardner was very successful in breaking speed records in smaller cars

Background imageRecords Collection: Illustration, stereo system

Illustration, stereo system

Background imageRecords Collection: Census 1891

Census 1891
Census Registrars district 31. Sub-districts 1, 2 and 3, Walton, Chertsey, Chobham, 1891 Date: 1891

Background imageRecords Collection: Puccini / Butterfly / Record

Puccini / Butterfly / Record
Complete on 16 records, at 4 shillings and sixpence each, or complete for three pounds and twelve shillings - at least 100 pounds in todays money !

Background imageRecords Collection: The Sex Pistols. Sid Vicious, Paul Cook, Steve Jones, manager Malcolm McLaren

The Sex Pistols. Sid Vicious, Paul Cook, Steve Jones, manager Malcolm McLaren and Johnny Rotten. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again - the group you love to hate

Background imageRecords Collection: The Sex Pistols. There are back again - the group you love to hate

The Sex Pistols. There are back again - the group you love to hate ! After their outrageous TV performance, and being " Fired" by EMI Records

Background imageRecords Collection: The Sex Pistols. Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious. 10th March 1977. London

The Sex Pistols. Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again - the group you love to hate

Background imageRecords Collection: Alan Fearnley, owner of Record Shop on Linthorpe Road in MIddlesbrough, 14th May 1981

Alan Fearnley, owner of Record Shop on Linthorpe Road in MIddlesbrough, 14th May 1981. Pictured outside shop, holding copy of Rolling Stones album, Through The Past Darkly

Background imageRecords Collection: Donald Campbell & Bluebird K7 at Coniston Water, Friday 4th November 1966

Donald Campbell & Bluebird K7 at Coniston Water, Friday 4th November 1966. Pictures: Donald Campbell takes Bluebird K7 on Coniston water for the 1st time

Background imageRecords Collection: Jeff Heenan of Arbroath, the World Pie Eating Champ in 1974

Jeff Heenan of Arbroath, the World Pie Eating Champ in 1974

Background imageRecords Collection: Naseer Ahmed Soomro claims to be World Tallest Man. In the picture he is standing next to

Naseer Ahmed Soomro claims to be World Tallest Man. In the picture he is standing next to a red telephone box. 1999

Background imageRecords Collection: Lindisfarne members Alan Hull, Ray Jackson, Ray Laidlaw

Lindisfarne members Alan Hull, Ray Jackson, Ray Laidlaw, Rod Clements and Si Cowe are pictured presenting a silver disc to Malcolm Herdman (4th left)

Background imageRecords Collection: Police records used to identify criminals

Police records used to identify criminals
5307397 Police records used to identify criminals.; (add.info.: Police records used to identify criminals by the Metropolitan Police)

Background imageRecords Collection: Nottinghamshire CCC (b/w photo)

Nottinghamshire CCC (b/w photo)
8671609 Nottinghamshire CCC (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nottinghamshire CCC)

Background imageRecords Collection: Racing, Mr J Lawson (b/w photo)

Racing, Mr J Lawson (b/w photo)
8671554 Racing, Mr J Lawson (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Racing, Mr J Lawson)

Background imageRecords Collection: Charles Sumner Tainter's Graphophone, 1888

Charles Sumner Tainter's Graphophone, 1888
3480074 Charles Sumner Tainter's Graphophone, 1888; (add.info.: Charles Sumner Tainter's Graphophone, 1888.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageRecords Collection: An inmate having his picture taken, 1850

An inmate having his picture taken, 1850
3478171 An inmate having his picture taken, 1850; (add.info.: Illustration depicting an inmate of Newgate Prison for police records. Dated 19th Century.); Universal History Archive/UIG



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"Unforgettable Moments: Capturing the Power of Records" On Sunday 3rd July 1938, Mallard raced past Little Bytham at 123 mph (198 km/h), then. . Sir Donald Bradman: A Cricket Legend etching his name in the record books. The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again - rewriting punk rock records. Everton forward Bob Latchford celebrates after scoring his 30th goal of the season in a remarkable feat. Exploring maritime history with the Wreck Chart of the British Isles for 1868. Witnessing cricket history unfold through the score-board at Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901. Unveiling secrets from aviation's early days with records of first UK aerial mail service. Somerset House, 1809: Where time was marked and work recorded by a faithful Clocking-In Machine. Immersing oneself in nostalgia while listening to cherished vinyl records spin on turntables. Fifteen girls packed themselves into a mini car in London, 1966 - an audacious record-breaking stunt. Experiencing love through music cover art like Nat King Cole's "When I Fall in Love. " Records transcend time, capturing extraordinary moments that shape our collective memory. Note.