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Images Dated 1st July 2003

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Choose from 56 pictures in our Images Dated 1st July 2003 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.


Northumberland, NER poster, c 1920s Featured 1 Jul 2003 Print

Northumberland, NER poster, c 1920s

The Royal Border Bridge at Berwick Upon Tweed is one of the iconic structures on the route of the Flying Scotsman. Designed by Robert Stephenson, Queen Victoria opened it in 1850, and it still caries the East Coast Main Line over the river Tweed. This poster was produced for the North Eastern Railway (NER), promoting rail travel to Northumberland, the northernmost county of England

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The Humber, LNER poster, 1932 Featured 1 Jul 2003 Print

The Humber, LNER poster, 1932

Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER). Artwork by Frank Mason (1876-1965), who was educated at HMS Conway and spent time at sea. He painted marine and coastal subjects. In addition to designing railway posters, he was also involved in engineering and shipbuilding in Leeds and Hartlepool

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Newborn seahorse, SEM Featured 1 Jul 2003 Print

Newborn seahorse, SEM

Newborn seahorse. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a young seahorse (Hippocampus sp.). The seahorse is a fish that swims upright using its pectoral fins (upper right) and dorsal fin (lower centre). A young seahorse develops in one of hundreds of eggs that the female deposits in the male's pouch. The eggs hatch after 2-6 weeks. A seahorse sucks up tiny shrimps, fish larvae and tiny crustaceans through its tube-like mouth (upper centre). It can moor itself to plants or coral using its prehensile tail (lower left). Seahorses range in length from 2-40 centimetres, inhabiting temperate and tropical seas worldwide. Magnification: x20 at 6x7cm size

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