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Images Dated 25th July 2014

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Highworth Station, 1960 Featured 25 Jul 2014 Image

Highworth Station, 1960

A view of Highworth Station in Wiltshire taken in 1960 when it was only open to railway employees going to work in Swindon Works.
The station opened in 1883 and closed to passengers in 1953, closing completely in 1962

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

1960, 1960s, Highworth, Highworth Station, Signal, Station, Wiltshire

Early morning in Percé - Gaspe Featured 25 Jul 2014 Image

Early morning in Percé - Gaspe

Perc? Rock is a small city near the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec, Canada. A massive rock formation in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this limestone structure measures over 430 meters (1, 400 ft) in length and over 90 meters (300 ft) in width. It gets its name from a hole in the middle of the rock and is one of the world's largest natural arches over water

© 2014 Nino H. Photography

Royal Marines on Parade in the City of London Featured 25 Jul 2014 Image

Royal Marines on Parade in the City of London

Royal Marines, Royal Marine Veterans and Royal Marine Cadets stood to attention during the Royal Marines 350 Anniversary parade at the Guildhall in the City of London.
The Royal Marines 1664 Challenge comes to and end as they pass the baton on during a parade at the Guildhall of the City of London.
The 1664 challenge, which started at the beginning of February 2014, has seen six Royal Marines ski 1664 km from North to South Norway, sail 1664 km from Norway to Cadiz, cycle 1664 km from Cadiz to Calais, canoe across the English Channel and run 1664 km through England, Wales and Scotland, a total of 4136 miles. Over 4200 other Royal Marines and Army Commandos have accompanied the six on various legs of the challenge.The end of the 30 miler will link in with a separate contingent of over 700 Royal Marines who are exercising their privilege to march through the City of London, with Colours flying, drums beating and bayonets fixed, for only the fourth time in their 350 year history, between the Honourable Artillery Company (the birthplace of the Royal Marines) and the Guildhall.
Once at the Guildhall, the baton that has accompanied the 1664 challenge throughout will be handed to the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Fiona Wolfe CBE, for safekeeping, before being handed to His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh at a commemorative dinner later in the year.Corporal Tom Rounding, one of the six Royal Marines who completed every leg of the challenge said:The whole challenge has been pretty amazing and Im so glad that I was given the opportunity to have taken part in an event that marks the illustrious anniversary of the Royal Marines.
When we started the challenge back in February the end seemed a long, long way away, I cant quite believe that weve done it!Lieutenant Colonel Gary Green Royal Marines, 1664 Challenge Organiser said:?