United Kingdom (nation)
Found in 2841 Collections and/or Records:
125 x 205 mm. The caption on the reverse reads: 'Largest of the six British entries and runner-up in class A: M. D. N. Wyatt's 64 foot yawl Bloodhound. Blue Water Classic 1952 No. 4)
Half-plate (landscape format). [Close up of anchored sailing boats].
Half-plate (landscape format). [Distant view of anchored sailing boats with steam boat in right foreground].
202 x 133 mm. A view looking across fields towards the ruins of Bolton Castle, with the fells of Wensleydale beyond. Photograph by James Valentine and Co.
172 x 123 mm.
173 x 121 mm.
173 x 124 mm.
176 x 131 mm.
105 x 70 mm.
202 x 143 mm. A view looking down the slipway at the Vickers Naval Construction Works at Barrow-in-Furness, with the T.S.S. Kedah resting on blocks just before the launch. The Kedah was built for the Straits Steamship Company for service between Penang and Singapore and was launched on July 16, 1927.
207 x 152 mm. Showing Harry Ambler, Chief Constable of Bradford, indicating the Bradford Police area of jurisdiction on a map to the two newly appointed liaison officers, Mr Sayed Abdul Qayyum and Mr Ajit Singh Ahluwalin.
75 x 73 mm. A view of the village.
74 x 71 mm. A man standing next to a boat on the River Thames.
76 x 75 mm. A house with a pond in the foreground, probably at Bray.
75 x 75 mm. Four people standing in front of a house, probably at Bray.
237 x 300 mm drawing from ‘The Illustrated London News’ showing Chinese tea chests being unloaded from the ‘Louden Castle’ at London docks in 1877.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Ploughing stubble.
65 x 45 mm. A view of a bridge over the river Ayr.
45 x 65 mm. A view of the humped back bridge: Brig O' Doon.
130 x 110 mm. Showing Warner and Tymms.
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