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Images Dated 22nd November 2007

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Kings Cross Station AA072950 Featured 22 Nov 2007 Print

Kings Cross Station AA072950

KING'S CROSS STATION, London. The front of steam locomotive engine No. 60006 (The Herring Gull, renamed the Sir Ralph Wedgewood on 6th January, 1944) standing at a platform in Kings Cross Station. 1960-1965, John Gay

© Historic England

Arch, Ceiling, Railway, Roof, Train, Transport, Victorian

HMS Dumbarton Castle displays her Paying Off Pennant as she enters Portsmouth Harbour Featured 22 Nov 2007 Print

HMS Dumbarton Castle displays her Paying Off Pennant as she enters Portsmouth Harbour

Veteran Royal Navy warship HMS Dumbarton Castle flys her Paying Off Pennant as she returns to her Portsmouth home for the last time before retiring from service.
The patrol vessel, which joined the fleet in 1982, sailed into the Naval Base today (22/11) after completing her last deployment as the Falkland Islands guard ship. She has been protecting the islands and UK territorial waters.
In the Royal Navy a paying-off pennant is flown to mark the end of a ship's commission. Traditionally the pennant is the same length as the ship, and somewhat longer if the commission has been extended. It is said to have originated in the 19th century when all cleaning rags were tied together and hoisted as a sign that they were finished with

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Costumes, 16th century (1849).Artist: Edward May Featured 22 Nov 2007 Print

Costumes, 16th century (1849).Artist: Edward May

Costumes, 16th century (1849). Featured are a patrician (early 16th century), a man of quality (mid-16th century), a borgouise in festival clothes (late 16th century) and a squire (mid-16th century). A 19th century version based on original 15th and 16th century images. From Le Moyen Age et la Renaissance, by Paul Lacroix, Ferdinand Sere and A Rivaud, Volume III (Paris, 1849)

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