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Images Dated 15th September 2003

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Choose from 49 pictures in our Images Dated 15th September 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.

open-uri20120928-26639-1hcwwou Featured 15 Sep 2003 Print


2003 V8STAR, Eurospeedway Lausitz
13-14 Sept. 2003
Pedro Lamy on the way to the championship
Photo: Guenter Reinhold / LAT Photographic
digital image only

Diesel Train near Bassenthwaite Lake, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s Featured 15 Sep 2003 Print

Diesel Train near Bassenthwaite Lake, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s

Diesel Trains - A Diesel Train on the Shore of Bassenthwaite Lake, near Keswick, Cumberland, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s. Poster produced for British Railways (London Midland Region) to advertise their diesel trains. Illustrated with diesel train, a lake and hills in background. Printed by Jordison & Co Ltd, London and Middlesbrough. Dimensions: 1010mm x 1270mm. Associated with Original artwork held: 88/22/25

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Crinoid fossils Featured 15 Sep 2003 Print

Crinoid fossils

Fossil crinoids or sea lilies. These are marine invertebrates classified, along with starfish, as echinoderms. The formation of this limestone rock has preserved the delicate feathery arms and tube- like stalks. These animals attached themselves to the sea floor with their stalk, using the feathery arms to catch food. Crinoids fossils are found in rocks dating back to the Lower Ordovician Period (500 million years ago). Thousands of extinct crinoid species have been found as fossils, but only a few hundred sea lily species still exist today. This rock dates to the Devonian Period of 400-360 million years ago, and comes from Morocco. The crinoids are around 15-20 centimetres long