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Images Dated 30th May 2007

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Football League Division Two - Millwall FC Photocall - 01 July 1969 Featured 30 May 2007 Print

Football League Division Two - Millwall FC Photocall - 01 July 1969

Millwall FC team group at The Den, New Cross, London. July 1969 Back row, L-R: Alan Dorney, Gordon Bolland, Barry Kitchen, Brian King, Ken Jones, Bryan Brown, Harry Cripps. Front row, L-R: John Gilchrist, Eamon Dunphy, Derek Possee, Keith Weller, Billy Neil, George Jacks, Denis Burnett

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To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE Featured 30 May 2007 Print

To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE

Kashmiri boatmen row their boats on the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) - GM1DVJIAKRAA

Hercules C1 Takes Off from Desert Featured 30 May 2007 Print

Hercules C1 Takes Off from Desert

A Royal Air Force C130K Hercules takes off from the Californian desert during Exercise Crown Pinnacle in the USA.
The transport aircraft, otherwise known as a Hercules C1, is the workhorse of the RAFs Air Transport (AT) fleet and is based at RAF Lyneham, in Wiltshire, where it is operated by Nos 24, 30, 47 and 70 Squadrons. The fleet totals 50 aircraft and is a mixture of C1/C3 aircraft and the new C-130J aircraft, designated C4/C5.
The C1 and C3 aircraft are used primarily to carry troops, passengers or freight and are capable of carrying up to 128 passengers, or 20 tonnes of palletised freight or vehicles, for up to 2000nmls. The freight bay can accommodate a range of wheeled or tracked vehicles, or up to seven pallets of general freight. In the aeromedical evacuation role either 64 or 82 stretchers can be carried, depending on the mark of aircraft and the stretcher configuration