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Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Marie Lloyd - Oh Mr Porter

Marie Lloyd - Oh Mr Porter
MARIE LLOYD Music hall entertainer singing Oh! Mr Porter Date: 1870 - 1922

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Common Glow-worm - female - glowing on a cut grass stalk to attract males - late in

Common Glow-worm - female - glowing on a cut grass stalk to attract males - late in the dusk - midsummer - June (Lampyris noctulica ). meadow in Ural Mountains - Tchelyabinsk region - Russia

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Islington and Highbury Station 1873

Islington and Highbury Station 1873
Exterior of Islington and Highbury Station, North London Railway. Date: 1873

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: The Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England

The Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England Date: circa 1908

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: CAT - Persian cat in hat and tie

CAT - Persian cat in hat and tie

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). typical in a dense secondary tropical rainforest

Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). typical in a dense secondary tropical rainforest, Bohol, Philippines. February

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Six staff nurses in the grounds of Brook Fever Hospital, tak

Six staff nurses in the grounds of Brook Fever Hospital, taking tea. Informal group of six nurses in the grounds of Brook Fever Hospital. Reverse reads All staff nurses training at the Brook 1933-35

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: ?At Preliminary Training School? Formal group of 19 nurses

?At Preliminary Training School? Formal group of 19 nurses
At Preliminary Training School Formal group of 19 nurses, including Dorothy Bridle. Formal group of 19 nurses, posed outside large building

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Group of nurses, doctors, senior nurse and dog

Group of nurses, doctors, senior nurse and dog
Large formal group of nurses, including Miss Downes, doctors, senior nurse and dog. Front reads End of training 1941 and identifies Miss Downes

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Midwives and babies

Midwives and babies. Reverse reads Midwifery training 1933. Sister Williams Me 22 yrs of age Eileen Young S_N Smith. Annotated St Mary Abbots Hosp G Thomas. Date: 1933

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Nurses at Training School, Clapton, London

Nurses at Training School, Clapton, London. Reverse reads Nurses at Training School Clapton London. Annotated Miss Martha Malins indicated by x. c.1916. Date: circa 1916

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Formal group of nurses, older ladies, churchman

Formal group of nurses, older ladies, churchman
Group of nurses, older ladies and a man in clerical collar outdoors at bottom of stairs and railings in grounds of hospital. A small girl stands between two nurses at bottom left. Date: 1920-35

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Group of nurses, older ladies, cleric and little girl

Group of nurses, older ladies, cleric and little girl
Group of nurses, older ladies and a man in clerical collar outdoors at bottom of stairs and railings in grounds of hospital. A small girl stands to the far left. Date: 1920-35

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Duke and Duchess of York - Ashtead Potteries, Surrey

Duke and Duchess of York - Ashtead Potteries, Surrey
Duke and Duchess of York visiting the Ashtead Potteries, Surrey - founded to train disabled ex-servicemen in pottery. Date: 1928

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Suenos Stone - Forres, Scotland

Suenos Stone - Forres, Scotland
Suenos Stone - A Scottish Pictish Standing Stone at Forres, Scotland. The largest surving standing stone of its type in Scotland

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Mauritius - Moka Railway Station

Mauritius - Moka Railway Station. A number of narrow gauge industrial railway lines, connected sugar mills with nearby sugar cane plantations

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Mauritius - Port Louis - General Railway Station

Mauritius - Port Louis - General Railway Station. Date: circa 1909

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Mauritius - Port Louis - The Town Hall

Mauritius - Port Louis - The Town Hall Date: circa 1909

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Madagascar - Tuamasina (Tamatave) - Boulevard Gallieni

Madagascar - Tuamasina (Tamatave) - Boulevard Gallieni Date: circa 1906

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Stockwell College, London

Stockwell College, London - The British and Foreign School Societys Training College for Mistresses (....!) Date: circa 1908

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: India - Puducherry District - Village Fountain

India - Puducherry District - Village Fountain Date: circa 1909

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Aleppo, Syria - General view of the Railway Station

Aleppo, Syria - General view of the Railway Station Date: circa 1909

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Duke and Duchess of York on footplate of Lord Nelson

Duke and Duchess of York on footplate of Lord Nelson
The Duke and Duchess of York on footplate of Southern Railways latest engine Lord Nelson at the Railway works at Ashford, Kent on the occasion of their visit to lay the foundation stone of a new

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Romney, Hythe, Dymchurch Railway - New Romney - Duke of York

Romney, Hythe, Dymchurch Railway - New Romney - Duke of York
Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway - at New Romney, Kent - Albert, Duke of York (1895-1952) (later King George VI) driving the first passenger service over the two-mile track on 5th August, 1926

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Centenary Pageant - Stockton and Darlington Railway

Centenary Pageant - Stockton and Darlington Railway
Centenary of British Rail Transportation Pageant - Stockton and Darlington Railway - visit by the Duke and Duchess of York - July, 1925. Date: 1925

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Prince Albert drilling - Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glasgow

Prince Albert drilling - Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glasgow
December 1919 - Prince Albert (later King George VI - 1895-1952) visits the industrial suburbs of Glasgow, Scotland - pictured here drilling a boiler at the Hyde Park Locomotive Works. Date: 1919

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Prince Albert lays foundation stone - Nautical School

Prince Albert lays foundation stone - Nautical School
May 1919 - prince Albert (later King George VI 1895-1952) lays the foundation stone for a new Nautical School at Poole, Dorset

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Prince Albert - Princess Mary - Earls court scenic railway

Prince Albert - Princess Mary - Earls court scenic railway
Prince Albert (later King George VI - 1895-1952) and Princess Victoria Mary (later Countess of Harewood - 1897-1965) riding on the Earls court scenic railway ride in 1913. Date: 1913

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: The sick in Bath chairs by the Basilica, Lourdes, France

The sick in Bath chairs by the Basilica, Lourdes, France
The White Train at Lourdes, France. The very sick in wheelchairs and Bath Chairs in the Square before the Basilica. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Coronation LMS Railway Locomotive

Coronation LMS Railway Locomotive - 4-6-2 type (number 6220) designed by Mr W. A. Stainer at the Crewe works for the london Midland

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Hospital Ward

Hospital Ward
Nurse Kathleen Drage trained in general nursing at St Stephens Hospital, London, from 1924-1927. This print is labelled ?Cousin Kay? and shows a male ward with nursing students, ward sister at back

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Student nurses working with bandages

Student nurses working with bandages
Guy?s Hospital Preliminary Training School, London. Student nurses sit at a table together preparing laundered bandages to make splints Date: circa 1930

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Home delivery room demonstration

Home delivery room demonstration
A room as it should be prepared for a maternity case by a Queens (district) nurse. Features a bed with a large pillow and sheets turned back, newspaper and bucket on floor and cot to one side

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: The Naval Steelworks of Saint-Chamond, Loire, France

The Naval Steelworks of Saint-Chamond, Loire, France
The Naval Steelworks (with drop hammer forges) of Saint-Chamond, France. The Compagnie des forges et acieries de la marine et dHomecourt (FAMH)

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Repeating Pattern - Train / Steam Engine

Repeating Pattern - Train / Steam Engine
Repeating Pattern - Steam Engines / Trains

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Gibbs Happy Families - Master Tooth

Gibbs Happy Families - Master Tooth the Dentists son. Date: 20th century

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Training from a tower

Training from a tower
One of the slightly more hazardous aspects of training was from the tower. The Corps of Canadian Fire-fighters (also known as the Volunteer Corps of Canadian Fire-fighters and simply as CCCF)

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Northern railway at Kings Cross junction 1861

Northern railway at Kings Cross junction 1861
Junction of the Great Northern railway at Kings Cross with the Metropolitan railway. Date: 1861

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: New railway carriage 1847

New railway carriage 1847
Sketch to show the improved railway carriage, construction by Adam of Fair Fields Works, for the North Woolwich Branch, with interiors for the first and second class compartments. Date: 1847

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: City of London handcart with scrap metal, WW2

City of London handcart with scrap metal, WW2
WW2 - City of London Corporation handcart containing scrap metal, including bomb ordinance, Southwark Bridge, London. The cart also contains iron railings and general household metalwork

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Graves at St Annes Church, Kew, 1897

Graves at St Annes Church, Kew, 1897
The tomb of artist Thomas Gainsborough(1727-1788) seen enclosed with rails in the foreground of this sketch, in the churchyard of St Anne at Kew, in 1897.The chest tomb of Thomas Gardiner (d.1738)

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Engine Works, Bournemouth, Dorset

Engine Works, Bournemouth, Dorset, England. London Brighton & South Coast Railway Date: 1950s

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Forth Rail Bridge, South Queensferry, Midlothian

Forth Rail Bridge, South Queensferry, Midlothian
Forth Rail Bridge, South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Date: 1900s

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Construction of the Cuban railway

Construction of the Cuban railway
The construction of the railway in Cuba between Havana and Bejucal. Date: 1835

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Grenadier Guardsman, steam locomotive

Grenadier Guardsman, steam locomotive
Grenadier Guardsman, no. 6110, one of the Royal Scot type locomotives(operational here on the London Midland and Scottish Railway.) Built in 1927, no

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: First class passengers going home for Christmas 1859

First class passengers going home for Christmas 1859
Crowded first class passengers on their way home for Christmas. Date: 1859

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Charles J. Colville, Vanity Fair, Spy

Charles J. Colville, Vanity Fair, Spy
CHARLES JOHN COLVILLE, 1st Viscount Colville of Culross (1818-1903) The Lord Colville of Culross between 1849 and 1885. British nobleman, politician and courtier

Background imageBubblepunk Collection: Never-stop railway at British Empire Exhibition 1924

Never-stop railway at British Empire Exhibition 1924
Diagram showing step-on, step-off method, where people walked slowly onto the moving carriage that went around the British Empire Exhibition, in Wembley, designed by William Yorath Lewis



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