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Images Dated 12th October 2004

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Goal Scoring Machine Featured 12 Oct 2004 Image

Goal Scoring Machine

1st December 1951: Arthur Milton of Arsenal aims a shot at a novel goal-scoring machine during a training session. Milton also plays cricket for Gloucestershire. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5596 - A Is For Arsenal - pub. 1951 (Photo by George Douglas/Picture Post/Getty Images)

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The Mohne Dam; Second World War, c.1940 Featured 12 Oct 2004 Image

The Mohne Dam; Second World War, c.1940

Aerial photograph showing the Mohne Dam and reservoir (top) before the Dambusters raid of May 1943. This photograph was probably taken before the Second World War as there are no obvious signs of German military protection of the dam. On 16th May 1943 Royal Air Force Lancaster bombers of 617 Squadron attacked and breached this dam during an operation which later became better known as the Dambusters Raid

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Crystal Palace FF91_00334 Featured 12 Oct 2004 Image

Crystal Palace FF91_00334

CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. The interior of the vast nave of the Crystal Palace, which was over 100 feet high and about three quarters of a mile long. This view may be by Delamotte who took two earlier series of photographs of the Crystal Palace at Sydenham. It is hand coloured, and reproduces the decorative scheme for the Palace devised by Owen Jones. Probably photographed 1854-66 by Philip Henry Delamotte

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