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'Adelphi Terrace Overlooks The River Eastward from the Hotel Cecil to the Tower Bridge', c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish.
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'Pushing a Monkey Boat Through The Lock at Brentford', c1935. Creator: Unknown.
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'London's River at Isleworth Ferry Looking Towards the Green Glades of Kew Gardens', c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish.
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'Embankment and Blackfriars from the South End of Waterloo Bridge', c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish.
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'Triumphal Arch Moved from Hyde Park to Constitution Hill', c1935. Creator: Unknown.
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'Over Olympia and the Headquarters of the Post Office Savings Bank', c1935. Creator: Surrey Flying Services.
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'An Aerial Camera's View of Lords and the District of Marylebone', c1935. Creator: Aerofilms.
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'The Bank', 1927. Creator: William Walcot.
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'Waterloo Bridge', 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson.
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'Piccadilly Circus', 1927. Creator: William Walcot.
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'Piccadilly Circus, looking North', 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe.
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'Piccadilly', 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson.
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'Queen Mary's Elopement', 1897.  Creator: John Leech.
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'Hackney Coachman', 1897. Creator: John Leech.
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'Charles driving the Mall', 1897.  Creator: John Leech.
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'Queen Anne going to open Parliament', 1897.  Creator: John Leech.
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'Looking for Admiral Byng', 1897.   Creator: John Leech.
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'Bank of England', c1781, (1925). Creator: Hare.
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'Hackney-Coach', 1787, (1925). Creator: Unknown.
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'St. James's Street', 18th century, (1925).  Creator: Unknown.
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'Piazza in Covent Garden', 18th century, (1925). Creator: Unknown.
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'The Foundling Hospital', c1753, (1925). Creator: Unknown.
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'A Country Inn Yard', 1747, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth.
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'On The Road To Tyburn', 1747, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth.
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'The Navy's here.' Cossack's rescue of British seamen from the Altmark.', 1942 Creator: Unknown.
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'Sidi Barrani: R.A.F. Ground Crews', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'R.A.F. Ground Crews: Tripolitania', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'The hot sun streams down on a desert landing ground', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'The Luftwaffe scrambles as Bostons of the S.A.A.F.', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'The tank buster was the second new weapon', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'An aircraft which could carry torpedoes over many hundreds of miles', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'Naval Albacores were part of the striking force', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'R.A.F. rendezvous, c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'Tobruk was the target at this time; it was the front door for Rommel's supplies...', c1942-1943, (1 Creator: Unknown.
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'The mail run to Benghazi was now possible', c1942-1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown.
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'Spitfire', c1943. Creator: Cecil Beaton.
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'Getting Ready for the Raid', c1943. Creator: Cecil Beaton.
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'Bomber Crews', c1943. Creator: Cecil Beaton.
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'Crews and Ground Staff', c1943. Creator: Cecil Beaton.
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'Flight Mechanics; Also a W.A.A.F. Trade', c1943. Creator: Cecil Beaton.
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