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01508 Collection

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Background image01508 Collection: Prince Andrew, Princess Diana, Viscount Linley and Sarah Ferguson

Prince Andrew, Princess Diana, Viscount Linley and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York attend the first day of the Ascot races

Background image01508 Collection: Debbie Euston, aged 10, from Basildon, who has been banned from playing for a boys

Debbie Euston, aged 10, from Basildon, who has been banned from playing for a boys football team. 14th November 1971

Background image01508 Collection: John McDermott, coxswain of the Hoylake lifeboat with crew members Richard Martindale

John McDermott, coxswain of the Hoylake lifeboat with crew members Richard Martindale, Alan Tolley. Steve Armitage and Jeff Kernighan. 4th October 1990

Background image01508 Collection: Haulage contractor Herbie Grindley is set to prove hes stronger than his horse

Haulage contractor Herbie Grindley is set to prove hes stronger than his horse. He plans to put Bess on her cart and pull them both up-hill, using just his shoulder length hair

Background image01508 Collection: The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909

The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909 until 1925 before moving to North Sunderland where stayed until 1936

Background image01508 Collection: The new lifeboat Augustus and Laura is named by Lady Frances Osborne at Newbiggin

The new lifeboat Augustus and Laura is named by Lady Frances Osborne at Newbiggin. 24th June 1939

Background image01508 Collection: Underneath the Kielder Reservoir, the tunnel which gives access to the control tower

Underneath the Kielder Reservoir, the tunnel which gives access to the control tower. 24th July 1982

Background image01508 Collection: St. Abbs new lifeboat the J. B. Couper of Glasgow takes to the water after

St. Abbs new lifeboat the J. B. Couper of Glasgow takes to the water after
St. Abbs new lifeboat the J.B. Couper of Glasgow takes to the water after the official launching and naming ceremony by Mrs. W.F. Turner of Glasgow. 20th July 1950

Background image01508 Collection: John Lackenby, Kielder Water manager and the 30 tons per second of water released

John Lackenby, Kielder Water manager and the 30 tons per second of water released from the reservoir. Northumberland, North East. 25th October 1995

Background image01508 Collection: The Number 1 lifeboat of Padstow Station, the Joseph Hiram Chadwick

The Number 1 lifeboat of Padstow Station, the Joseph Hiram Chadwick, seen against a backdrop of typical Cornish cottages before putting to sea. 1st October 1954

Background image01508 Collection: An Atlantic 21 class inshore boat named Kirklees is put through trials at Newbiggin

An Atlantic 21 class inshore boat named Kirklees is put through trials at Newbiggin. 13th February 1982

Background image01508 Collection: The Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is hauled back to its shed after a rescue attempt

The Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is hauled back to its shed after a rescue attempt off the Northumberland coast. 16th May 1962

Background image01508 Collection: Inaugural ceremony of the new Bembridge, Isle of Wight lifeboat Jesse Lumb

Inaugural ceremony of the new Bembridge, Isle of Wight lifeboat Jesse Lumb. Photo shows the Right Rev. Lord Bishop of Sailsbury Dr. Ernest Neville Lovett C.B.E, D.D

Background image01508 Collection: Caister-on-Sea lifeboat. 2nd April 1940

Caister-on-Sea lifeboat. 2nd April 1940

Background image01508 Collection: Launching of the Cromer lifeboat H F Bailey. 10th June 1935

Launching of the Cromer lifeboat H F Bailey. 10th June 1935

Background image01508 Collection: Lifeboat at Tower Bridge on the River Thames, London, 1999

Lifeboat at Tower Bridge on the River Thames, London, 1999

Background image01508 Collection: The Mummak KM, fresh water producer. Philip Noel Baker

The Mummak KM, fresh water producer. Philip Noel Baker, Parliamentary secretary at the Ministry of War Transport drinking purified water

Background image01508 Collection: New Inshore lifeboat at Hartlepool Lifeboat Station. 27th April 1972

New Inshore lifeboat at Hartlepool Lifeboat Station. 27th April 1972

Background image01508 Collection: The scene outside Coventry railway station when film comedians Laurel and Hardy

The scene outside Coventry railway station when film comedians Laurel and Hardy and their wives Ida Kitaeva Raphael and Virginia Lucille Jones arrived

Background image01508 Collection: Passengers on board the Maid of Orleans

Passengers on board the Maid of Orleans before sailing from Dover to France. She is the last B.R. passenger ferry out of Dover due to the strike of the seamen. 15th May 1966

Background image01508 Collection: Over 40 years ago, when Mrs Joyce Giddins, now aged 62

Over 40 years ago, when Mrs Joyce Giddins, now aged 62, was close to death suffering from a perforated ulcer, surgeon Mr. Vincent Nesfield saved her life. Mrs

Background image01508 Collection: A new rescue craft was tested today at Littlehampton for use as auxiliary

A new rescue craft was tested today at Littlehampton for use as auxiliary and small stations to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Background image01508 Collection: The 'Lady Launchers'of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations

The "Lady Launchers"of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations
The " Lady Launchers" of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations turned out night and day, in storms and fog, to help launch the lifeboat Mabel. E

Background image01508 Collection: Twenty women launch the RNLB Charles Cooper Henderson'

Twenty women launch the RNLB Charles Cooper Henderson" at Dungeness lifeboat station, Kent to rescue an RAF pilot who came down in the English Channel when their husbands were away fishing

Background image01508 Collection: The Fishguard motor lifeboat on patrol in Pembrokeshire, south west Wales

The Fishguard motor lifeboat on patrol in Pembrokeshire, south west Wales. 15th March 1934

Background image01508 Collection: Clacton lifeboat with crew on its way to Barrow Deep

Clacton lifeboat with crew on its way to Barrow Deep lightship with Christmas gifts. 23rd December 1950

Background image01508 Collection: A Bridlington lifeboat assists a fishing vessel during a gale in the North Sea

A Bridlington lifeboat assists a fishing vessel during a gale in the North Sea. 16th November 1933

Background image01508 Collection: Crew of the Broughty Ferry reserve lifeboat City of Bradford II

Crew of the Broughty Ferry reserve lifeboat City of Bradford II, return to the station in Dundee after her first trials in the River Tay, Scotland. Left to right: Coxswain James B

Background image01508 Collection: Andrew Mitchell (mechanic) chats with coxswain Gall in the wheelhouse of the Broughty

Andrew Mitchell (mechanic) chats with coxswain Gall in the wheelhouse of the Broughty lifeboat in Dundee as it prepares to go to sea. 2nd February 1960

Background image01508 Collection: Exercises by the Great Yarmouth lifeboat The Earl and Countess of Howe at Porstmouth

Exercises by the Great Yarmouth lifeboat The Earl and Countess of Howe at Porstmouth. The boat was turned completely over by means of straps attached to a dockyard crane

Background image01508 Collection: The Angel of the North faces its first dawn on the hill, Gateshead. 16th February 1998

The Angel of the North faces its first dawn on the hill, Gateshead. 16th February 1998

Background image01508 Collection: The RNLB Motor lifeboat Mary Stanford of the RNLI Ballycotton Lifeboat Station, Cork

The RNLB Motor lifeboat Mary Stanford of the RNLI Ballycotton Lifeboat Station, Cork, Ireland. 6th September 1930

Background image01508 Collection: John Robertson and David Lyon, both deck hands on the Broughty lifeboat

John Robertson and David Lyon, both deck hands on the Broughty lifeboat, answer an emergency call at Broughty Ferry lifeboat station, Dundee. 2nd February 1960

Background image01508 Collection: Women pull the lifeboat ashore at Cresswell lifeboat station in Northumberland

Women pull the lifeboat ashore at Cresswell lifeboat station in Northumberland. 14th May 1935

Background image01508 Collection: Mr Ron Matfield of 25 Hendred Way, Abingdon, aged 58 and married with three children

Mr Ron Matfield of 25 Hendred Way, Abingdon, aged 58 and married with three children. His wifes name is Pamela. He is a reactor manager at Atomic Energy Est. Harwell

Background image01508 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II state visit to Germany. Pictured visiting the Brandenburg Gate

Queen Elizabeth II state visit to Germany. Pictured visiting the Brandenburg Gate. Her outfit is designed by Ian Thomas. 21st October 1992

Background image01508 Collection: A football game takes place in front of the Angel of the North, Gateshead

A football game takes place in front of the Angel of the North, Gateshead. 15th February 1998

Background image01508 Collection: Launched and named by Sir Godfrey Baring, chairman of the RNLI, the Elliot Gill

Launched and named by Sir Godfrey Baring, chairman of the RNLI, the Elliot Gill, new lifeboat for the Runswick station, lies at her moorings in East Cowes

Background image01508 Collection: The crew of the new Tyne class lifeboat Robert and Violet of Moelfre Bay Lifeboat

The crew of the new Tyne class lifeboat Robert and Violet of Moelfre Bay Lifeboat Station in Anglesey, aboard the boat during a familiarisation trial visit to Liverpool for the boat and crew

Background image01508 Collection: lord provos John johnston presents the plaque to the celtic staff 1967 ROBERT KELLY

lord provos John johnston presents the plaque to the celtic staff 1967 ROBERT KELLY OF CELTIC RECEIVES PLAQUE FROM LORD PROVOST GLASGOW TO CELEBRATE WINNING EUROPEAN CUP JOCK STEIN DESMOND WHITE

Background image01508 Collection: Sir Robert Kelly May 1969 on the grounds of holyrood house top hat

Sir Robert Kelly May 1969 on the grounds of holyrood house top hat

Background image01508 Collection: The new Liverpool Class Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is towed out of the shallows by

The new Liverpool Class Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is towed out of the shallows by the Lifeboat Station tractor after its arrival by sea. 3rd August 1950

Background image01508 Collection: George Darling, with Kielder Water hypo-electric generating equipment. 30th October 1985

George Darling, with Kielder Water hypo-electric generating equipment. 30th October 1985

Background image01508 Collection: celtic chairman bob kelly Sir Robert Kelly

celtic chairman bob kelly Sir Robert Kelly

Background image01508 Collection: The Seaton Sluice inshore rescue boat shortly after being launched. 8th June 1974

The Seaton Sluice inshore rescue boat shortly after being launched. 8th June 1974

Background image01508 Collection: A new lifeboat, the W. Ross MacArthur of Glasgow, destined for St Abbs Head Lifeboat

A new lifeboat, the W. Ross MacArthur of Glasgow, destined for St Abbs Head Lifeboat Station in Berwickshire, Scotland, is delivered overland by road from Southampton to Walker, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Background image01508 Collection: The newly repaired Liverpool Class Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is hauled on to its

The newly repaired Liverpool Class Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is hauled on to its cradle by a tractor as children and residents of the village crowd around to greet her arrival back

Background image01508 Collection: Workers in the tunnel at Frosterley, part of the Kielder Water Scheme

Workers in the tunnel at Frosterley, part of the Kielder Water Scheme. They are Henry Kimmel of Bishop Auckland, Eddie Colombeck of Munich



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