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Images Dated 6th March 2014

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An aeroplane flies past a crescent moon at dusk in Alcala de Henares Featured 6 Mar 2014 Print

An aeroplane flies past a crescent moon at dusk in Alcala de Henares

An aeroplane flies past a crescent moon at dusk in Alcala de Henares, near Madrid, March 6, 2014. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - GM1EA370KLR01

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Red Gorgonian Sea Fan with hills in background Yellow Featured 6 Mar 2014 Print

Red Gorgonian Sea Fan with hills in background Yellow

Red Gorgonian Sea Fan with hills in background Yellow Wall of Texas dive site, Horseshoe Bay, Nusa Kode, south Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia. Red Gorgonian Sea Fan

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A Sea Hurricane being loaded onto an armed merchant ship at Cardiff docks, c.1941 Featured 6 Mar 2014 Print

A Sea Hurricane being loaded onto an armed merchant ship at Cardiff docks, c.1941

As well as assisting in the transportation of military goods by rail the GWR also facilitated the war effort at their docks. This fascinating image from c.1941 shows a Sea Hurricane being loaded onto an armed merchant ship at the GWR docks in Cardiff. Once on board, the Sea Hurricane would eventually be attached to a catapult, seen here on the deck of the ship. In the absence of a runway the catapult fired the Sea Hurricane at high speed into the air, but unless a nearby aircraft carrier or airstrip was on hand to receive a return landing, the Hurricanes (their pilots having already ejected) would often ditch in the sea