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Photographic Metal Print Collection

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9,147 Metal Prints

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Photographic Metal Print Collection: *New* Photographic Content

*New* Photographic Content Collection
2,182 Metal Prints

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Black Knight at Woomera

Black Knight at Woomera

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: HMAS Melbourne head-on

HMAS Melbourne head-on. HMAS Melbourne was laid down in 1943 as HMS Majestic. Construction was frozen at the end of WW2 but resumed in 1949 after the ship was taken over by the RAN

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Concorde G-BOa a Boeing 747 and a VC10

Concorde G-BOa a Boeing 747 and a VC10
Concorde, G-BOa, a Boeing 747 and a VC10 at the British Airways stand at J.F. Kennedy Airport, New York. Black and white

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Piper Cherokee 140 G-AYJR

Piper Cherokee 140 G-AYJR
Piper Cherokee 140, G-AYJR, of the Oxford Air Training School flying near Blenheim Palace

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Officers of No24 Squadron RAF in France 29 November 1918

Officers of No24 Squadron RAF in France 29 November 1918
Officers of No24 Squadron RAF in France, 29 November 1918. Back row: Lt R.D. Bridgewater, 2nd-Lts J.V. Flanagan, R.A. Eldridge and H.A. Young, Lt V.H. Simmers, 2nd-Lt G.H. Whitehead, Lts N.H

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Shape-changing light at Hessdalen, Norway

Shape-changing light at Hessdalen, Norway
This luminous object is one of many which seem to change shape and dimension as they move across the night sky above Hessdalen, Norway

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: The first Bristol Freighter 32 G-AMWA of Silver City Airways

The first Bristol Freighter 32 G-AMWA of Silver City Airways
Photographed at Sydney airport in November 1981 this Airbus A300 was named James Cook. First flew for Trans Australia Airlines in July 1981 Date: 1981

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Cast of Magdalenian spearthrower from Bruniquel, France

Cast of Magdalenian spearthrower from Bruniquel, France
Made of ivory and depicting two reindeer it is dated at 14, 000 years old. Held at The natural History Museum, London. Photo by Chris Stringer

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus II

Nulli Secundus II

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus II

Nulli Secundus II

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus II at Kingsnorth 24 November 1916

Nulli Secundus II at Kingsnorth 24 November 1916
Nulli Secundus II at Kingsnorth, 24 Novemver 1916. Date: 1916

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus II

Nulli Secundus II

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus over Crystal Palace after meeting headwinds

Nulli Secundus over Crystal Palace after meeting headwinds on the return journey to Farnborough from London. It was seriously damaged after unexpected gales on the night of 5 October 1907. Date: 1907

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus moored on the running track at Crystal Palace

Nulli Secundus moored on the running track at Crystal Palace after meeting headwinds on the return journey to Farnborough from London

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus

Nulli Secundus

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus

Nulli Secundus

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Nulli Secundus

Nulli Secundus

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Samuel Cody in Nulli Secundus

Samuel Cody in Nulli Secundus

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Praga E114 Air Baby

Praga E114 Air Baby

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Undercarriage and wing assembly of a Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo

Undercarriage and wing assembly of a Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo during manufacture

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Two passengers pose alongside a Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo

Two passengers pose alongside a Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo of the North Sea Aerial Navigation Co

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo G-EAIT

Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo G-EAIT
Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo, G-EAIT, of the North Sea Aerial Navigation Co

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo B9985 / G-EADG

Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo B9985 / G-EADG
Blackburn RT1 Kangaroo, B9985/G-EADG, of the Grahame-White Air Service

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: No 4 Hamilton Place over the newly converted rear

No 4 Hamilton Place over the newly converted rear
View from the rear of No.4 Hamilton Place over the newly constructed Lecture Theatre to where the Hyde Park Corner roundabout is being constructed. circa 1960. Date: 1960

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Lympne Aerodrome

Lympne Aerodrome

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: The reflector towers at Lympne

The reflector towers at Lympne

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: International Meeting at Lympne

International Meeting at Lympne organised by the Cinque Ports Flying Club in September 1937. Date: 1937

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: International Meeting at Lympne

International Meeting at Lympne organised by the Cinque Ports Flying Club in September 1937. Date: 1937

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: International Meeting at Lympne

International Meeting at Lympne organised by the Cinque Ports Flying Club in September 1937. Date: 1937

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: International Meeting at Lympne

International Meeting at Lympne organised by the Cinque Ports Flying Club in September 1937. Date: 1937

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: International Meeting at Lympne

International Meeting at Lympne organised by the Cinque Ports Flying Club in September 1937. Date: 1937

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Avro 560

Avro 560

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Avro 560 as flown by Bert Hinkler at the Lympne Light Aeropl

Avro 560 as flown by Bert Hinkler at the Lympne Light Aeroplane Trials in 1923. Date: 1923

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Francis Charles Chichester (1901-1972)

Francis Charles Chichester (1901-1972) being welcomed by Chief Civic Commissioner Garlick after his successful flight from England to Australia. Date: 1901

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Photographic, 10847392

Photographic, 10847392
10847392

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Gustavus Green

Gustavus Green with his Royal Aeronautical Society Honorary Companionship certificate

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Gustavus Green

Gustavus Green, left, being presented with his Honorary Companionship certificate by Sir Arnold Hall, RAeS President 1958-1959. Date: 1958

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Sir Reginald Verdon Smith

Sir Reginald Verdon Smith

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Miss Betty Voyce

Miss Betty Voyce, Royal Aeronautical Society staff member, 1928-1956, was made an Honorary Companion in 1957. Date: 1928

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Three Armstrong Whitworth Atlas Is J9541 J9548 and J9549

Three Armstrong Whitworth Atlas Is J9541 J9548 and J9549
Three Armstrong Whitworth Atlas Is, J9541, J9548 and J9549

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Atlas trainer J9447

Armstrong Whitworth Atlas trainer J9447
Armstrong Whitworth Atlas trainer, J9447

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: The second Armstrong Whitworth Atlas II G-ABKE

The second Armstrong Whitworth Atlas II G-ABKE
The second Armstrong Whitworth Atlas II, G-ABKE

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: A much modified Armstrong Whitworth Atlas I G-EBYF

A much modified Armstrong Whitworth Atlas I G-EBYF
A much modified Armstrong Whitworth Atlas I, G-EBYF

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: The first Armstrong Whitworth Atlas G-EBLK / J8675

The first Armstrong Whitworth Atlas G-EBLK / J8675
The first Armstrong Whitworth Atlas, G-EBLK/J8675

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: The first Armstrong Whitworth Atlas G-EBLK

The first Armstrong Whitworth Atlas G-EBLK
The first Armstrong Whitworth Atlas, G-EBLK

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Miss Frances (F B ) Bradfield FRAeS (left) and Mrs Kronfeld

Miss Frances (F B ) Bradfield FRAeS (left) and Mrs Kronfeld
Miss Frances (F.B.) Bradfield, FRAeS (left) and Mrs Kronfeld after Miss Bradfield was presented with a RAeS Bronze Medal at the 36th Royal Aeronautical Society Wilbur Wright lecture in 1948

Background imagePhotographic Metal Print Collection: Dr G P Douglas MC OBE DSc FRAeS (died 16 October 1954)

Dr G P Douglas MC OBE DSc FRAeS (died 16 October 1954)
Dr G.P. Douglas, MC, OBE, DSc, FRAeS (died 16 October 1954). Date: 1954



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