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UK Transport - Sea - Liners - RMS Queen Mary & RMS Aquitania - Southampton - 1946 Featured 1940S Britain In Pictures Print

UK Transport - Sea - Liners - RMS Queen Mary & RMS Aquitania - Southampton - 1946

The scene at Southampton, as the Cunard White Star liner "Queen Mary" is nosed by tugs out of the berth in the Ocean Dock before leaving for New York. On the quayside next to the "Aquitania" workmen are busy repairing bomb damage

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UK Zoo's - London Zoo at Regents Park - Animals - Tortoise - 1948 Featured 1940S Britain In Pictures Print

UK Zoo's - London Zoo at Regents Park - Animals - Tortoise - 1948

'Slow But Sure' The time honoured saying "The Way To A Man's Heart Is Through His Stomach", applys equally where tortoises are concerned. Young Michael Setford, who is sitting on George, the 60 year old Giant Tortoise at London Zoo, found this out when he tried to get George to move along, assisted by his cousin Malcolm Smith, of Uppminster. The youngsters discovered however that 'Old George's appetite for carrots was unlimited and so long as the food was there, he wzs quite contented to remain where he was

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World War Two - UK & Commonwealth - The Home Front - RAF - Aircraft - Seab Gladiator 1940 Featured 1940S Britain In Pictures Print

World War Two - UK & Commonwealth - The Home Front - RAF - Aircraft - Seab Gladiator 1940

The Sea Gladiator, the Brockworth-based Gloster Aircraft Company's single seat deck flying fighter which saw service with the Fleet Air Arm. It was to be the last British biplane fighter and their first fighter with an enclosed cockpit. The Gladiator had a top speed of around 257 mph and a tail hook for deck landing on aircraft carriers

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