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Inch Print - High quality print (other products available) - Poster, BR (WR), Plymouth Delightful Centre for Holidays, by Harry Riley - Image supplied by National Railway Museum - Photo Print made in the USA Posters Uk, Train Posters, Railway Posters, Retro Poster, Poster Vintage, Vintage Travel Posters, Retro Print, England Travel Poster, British Travel

'Plymouth', BR (WR) poster, c 1950s., Riley, Harry

'Plymouth', BR (WR) poster, c 1950s. by Riley, Harry. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs. SSPL Science and Society Picture Library

This is a nice reproduction of an original WWII photograph showing a RAF Short Sunderland Flying Boat (the contemporary of the US PBY) in original WWII Color. Size of photo is about x Amphibious Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Military Jets, Short Sunderland, Me262, Float Plane, Sea Plane, Old Planes

WW2 Photo WWII RAF Short Sunderland Flying Boat in Action World War Two /5203

This is a nice reproduction of an original WWII photograph showing a RAF Short Sunderland Flying Boat (the contemporary of the US PBY) in original WWII Color. Nice photo! Size of photo is about 4" x 6".

Image used to illustrate the details of the Short Sunderland Long-Range Maritime / Reconnaissance Flying Boat Amphibious Aircraft, Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Flying Ship, Flying Boat, Pembroke Dock, Short Sunderland, Royal Australian Air Force

Short S25 Sunderland Long-Range Maritime / Reconnaissance Flying Boat Image (pic4)

Image used to illustrate the details of the Short S25 Sunderland Long-Range Maritime / Reconnaissance Flying Boat (pic4)

Black Tot Day occurred on 31st July, 1970. It was the last day of the officially sanctioned rum ration in the Royal Navy that dated back to 1665. It was poured as usual at 6 bells in the forenoon watch (11am) after the pipe of 'up spirits'. Some sailors wore black armbands, tots were 'buried at sea' and in one navy training camp there was a mock funeral procession complete with black coffin and accompanying drummers and piper Royal Navy Aircraft Carriers, Navy Times, Royal Navy Submarine, Hms Ark Royal, Navy Training, Subic Bay, Royal Marines, King And Country, Navy Ships

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Black Tot Day occurred on 31st July, 1970. It was the last day of the officially sanctioned rum ration in the Royal Navy that dated back to 1665. It was poured as usual at 6 bells in the forenoon watch (11am) after the pipe of 'up spirits'. Some sailors wore black armbands, tots were 'buried at sea' and in one navy training camp there was a mock funeral procession complete with black coffin and accompanying drummers and piper

Plymouth was left almost entirely in ruins by air raids in May The city… Great Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Plymouth England, Elie Wiesel, Devon Uk, The Blitz, Air Raid, Battle Of Britain

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Plymouth was left almost entirely in ruins by air raids in May 1941. The city suffered as a result of a change in tactics by the German air force in February, when raids were focused away from inland residential areas and on to ports and coastal defences in order to support the German navy in its efforts to defeat Britain in the Atlantic.

Plymouth Hoe, Smeaton's Tower and Plymouth Pier (Pre-war view) Pre-war view of Plymouth Hoe, including Smeaton's Tower lighthouse, and the pier, which was sadly destroyed in the Blitz. Devon Uk, South Devon, Devon And Cornwall, Cornwall England, England Uk, Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth England, Surfing Uk, Dartmoor

Plymouth Hoe, Smeaton's Tower and Plymouth Pier (Pre-war view)

Pre-war view of Plymouth Hoe, including Smeaton's Tower lighthouse, and the pier, which was sadly destroyed in the Blitz.

King Street railway bridge, pictured in 1951 Great Photos, Old Photos, Cool Pictures, Plymouth England, Devon Uk, Little Shop Of Horrors, Water Tower, Fireworks Gif, Beryl Cook

Pictured: Fascinating scene of Plymouth's King Street that has long since disappeared

Flicking through various items in my Looking Back pending box the other day I found two quite different images of Plymouth's King Street that we've not featured before. The first looks back...

You can’t imagine the feeling of wonder, viewing a vintage aircraft and watching a vintage aircraft flying. Amphibious Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Avro Shackleton, Short Sunderland, Radio Controlled Aircraft, War Jet, Float Plane, Air Festival

ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: COASTAL COMMAND

Last patrol. The war may have been over, but until all the U-boats at sea had been accounted for Allied shipping had to be protected, and convoy escorts continued in the weeks following the end of hostilities. Finally, in the later afternoon of 3 June 1945, Wing Commander J.

Views of Derry's Clock have certainly changed over the decades, as these archive pictures show. It was intended, in as a personal gift, albeit a slightly odd one perhaps from our. Plymouth England, Beryl Cook, Places In England, Devon Uk, Irish Eyes, Picture Show, Old Photos, Scotland, Centre

How the hands of time have changed Derry's Clock

Views of Derry's Clock have certainly changed over the decades, as these archive pictures show. It was intended, in 1862, as a personal gift, albeit a slightly odd one perhaps from our...

Torpoint, Queue For The Ferry from Francis Frith Plymouth England, Devon Uk, Great Photos, Family History, Cornwall, Street View, Black And White, City, Places

Torpoint, Queue for the Ferry c.1955

Photo of Torpoint, Queue For The Ferry c.1955

Co-op, Peverell Park Road, Plymouth Devon Uk, Devon England, Plymouth Hoe, Ocean City, Old Photos, Lighthouse, United Kingdom, Pots, Sailing

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Co-op, Peverell Park Road, Plymouth

Un super séjour à Plymouth, près des Cornouailles, ça vous tente? Alors par ici pour plus d'infos sur ce chouette voyage en Angleterre au bord de l'eau. Plymouth, Cornwall, Road Trip, Wanderlust, England, Europe, Illustrations, How To Plan, Places

Plymouth, les mouettes et la mer - D'encre et de sel

Un petit voyage à Plymouth près des Cornouailles, ça vous tente? Je vous raconte les trucs cool à faire en quelques jours sur la côte anglaise en illustration.