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Images Dated 29th November 2018

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The French three-masted barque La Fontaine off Falmouth, Cornwall. July 1909 Featured 29 Nov 2018 Image

The French three-masted barque La Fontaine off Falmouth, Cornwall. July 1909

The three-masted barque La Fontaine was built of steel at Ateliers and Chantiers in Nantes in 1899. She was registered in Nantes and owned by Societe Generale d'Armement. She was 2202 tons gross, 275 feet, 6 inches x 40 feet 5 inches x 22 feet 7 inches. Photographer: Sharman

© From the collection of the RIC

Cornish, Shipping, Transport, Water

Czech Republic, Prague, Mala Strana, St. Nicholas Church between buildings on Malostranske Featured 29 Nov 2018 Image

Czech Republic, Prague, Mala Strana, St. Nicholas Church between buildings on Malostranske

Czech Republic, Prague, Mala Strana, St. Nicholas Church between buildings on Malostranske namesti

© Alan Copson / AWL Images

Alan Copson, Capital, Capital Cities, Capital City, Central Europe, Central European, Cities, City, Czech, Czech Republic, Destination, Destinations, Eastern Europe, Eastern European, Europe, European, Mala Strana, Malostranske Nam, Malostranske Namesti, Prague, Praha, Travel Destination, Travel Destinations

Japanese naval officers onboard battleship Fuji HBL01_15_186 Featured 29 Nov 2018 Image

Japanese naval officers onboard battleship Fuji HBL01_15_186

A group of officers on the deck of the battleship Fuji'. The battleship was constructed for the Imperial Japanese Navy by Thames Iron Works, and launched on the Thames on 31st March 1896. Photograph 1895-1900. Fuji participated in several battles in the Russo-Japanese War (1904-5). She was later used for coastal defence until disarmed in 1922 and for training until 1945. Bedford Lemere Lantern Slides Collection

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