Royal Air Force Consolidated Liberator GR Mk.III (Special R
Royal Air Force Consolidated Liberator GR Mk.III (Special R.P.). The use of rockets against submarines got mixed reactions from the aircrew, but several Liberators were operated with the 8-rail RP-3 rocket installation on the lower forward fuselage. Also in evidence are the Leigh Light under the starboard wing, as well as the Air-Surface-Vessel (ASV) radar aerials on the fuselage and under the wings - Photograph date 16th July 1943. Date: 1943
© (c) The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library
Kazakh village in Zhailau, during Nauryz (Spring holiday)
People in a high altitude summer pasture in Zhailau (Jailou), located in the Ile-Alatau State National Natural Park, Kazakhstan, during Nauryz (the traditional Spring holiday). Showing a woman (left) wearing traditional clothing, cooking Nauryz kozhe (a national special dish) in a cauldron over a fire, Kazakh hanging swings (Altybakan), Yurts (tents), and women and men playing dombra (Kazakh national stringed instrument), taking part in the Aitys (Aytysh) song competition.
© AEO Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools / Mary Evans
Whiteley Wood Open Air School, Cottage Lane, girls, c. 1910
Whiteley Wood Open Air School (also known as Whiteley Wood Open Air Recovery School) was established in 1909 by Sheffield City Council for children aged 10 and over who suffered from anaemia, tuberculosis and general 'debility'. It originally occupied the building of the closed Whiteley Wood School before moving to facilities on Cottage Lane. The school closed in 1980.Original at Sheffield City Archives MD7503/1/2/4.
© Sheffield City Council