Trials on the Yorkshire Moors: the Irish Water Spaniels 1931
Trials on the Yorkshire Moors: the Irish Water Spaniels. The field trial meeting of the Irish Water Spaniel Association, 1931, was held at Anley and Rainscar at the invitation of Col. J. Birkbeck and Mr G. Geoffrey Dawson. Top image shows the guns on the moors: a general view of the Irish Water Spaniel Association's field trials on Rainscar Moor, near Settle in Yorkshire. Dog winners shown: Rounton Sea Trout and Lyddite Joy owned by Major B. Court-Treatt.
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Queen launches the ship that bore her name
In September 1938 HM the Queen launched the ship that bore her name. In October 1946 the Queen returned to the Clyde. She accompanied the vessel during the speed trials off the Isle of Arran, Scotland, which followed the ship's conversion from trooper to luxury liner Date: 1946
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36th International Six Days' Trial - Llandrindod Well, Wales
Soviet Russian rider S. Staryck, of Moscow, goes steadily through a water hazard during the first day of the 36th International Six Days' Trial, which began from Llandrindod Well, Wales.
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