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Images Dated 27th April 2011

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Choose from 88 pictures in our Images Dated 27th April 2011 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Mary Evans Prints Online.


Groveferry, Kent - The Ferry Featured 27 Apr 2011 Print

Groveferry, Kent - The Ferry

Grove Ferry (Kent, England) took its name from a hand-drawn ferry that crossed the River Great Stour, shown here in this early 20th century postcard photograph. the two end ramps folded up and the ferry bridge was moved via ropes and pulleys connected each side of the riverbank. Date: circa 1920

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Bridge, Crossing, Drawn, Ferry, Folding, Great, Grove, Groveferry, Hand, Kent, Powered, Pulleys, Ramps, River, Ropes, Stour, Transport

Heligoland - Naval launches arriving Featured 27 Apr 2011 Print

Heligoland - Naval launches arriving

Heligoland - a small German archipelago in the North Sea. Formerly Danish and British possessions, the islands (population 1,650) are located in the Heligoland Bight (part of the German Bight) in the southeastern corner of the North Sea. In addition to German, the local population, who are ethnic Frisians, speak the Heligolandic dialect of the North Frisian language called Halunder. Heligoland was formerly called Heyligeland, or 'holy land', possibly due to the island's long association with the god Forseti. Here, two small, German naval steam launches moor up at the Quayside. Date: circa 1910s

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Aboriginal Mother and Baby with supplies Featured 27 Apr 2011 Print

Aboriginal Mother and Baby with supplies

An aboriginal Mother, carrying her baby on her back, taking food obtained from the 'Tea and Sugar' train back to her wurley (a shelter or hut, made of branches and leaves). The Tea and Sugar Train (also known as Slow Mixed Goods Train No. 5205) was a specific train that provided service to isolated Australian towns on the Nullarbor Plain between Kalgoorlie and Port Augusta along the Trans-Australian Railway. This train was significant because in its early years of service provided all the supplies used by remote towns in South and Western Australia. The service ran from 1917-1996. Date: late 1930s

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