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Background imageClarence Collection: St. Pancras. A terminus of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown

St. Pancras. A terminus of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown
St. Pancras. A terminus of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935]

Background imageClarence Collection: King Class Four-Cylinder Express Locomotive - Great Western Railway, 1935

King Class Four-Cylinder Express Locomotive - Great Western Railway, 1935
" King" Class Four-Cylinder Express Locomotive - Great Western Railway, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935]

Background imageClarence Collection: The famous Lickey incline between Bromsgrove and Blackwell, Worcestershire, 1935

The famous Lickey incline between Bromsgrove and Blackwell, Worcestershire, 1935
The famous Lickey incline between Bromsgrove and Blackwell, Worcestershire, on the L.M.S. Bristol to Birmingham line, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1"

Background imageClarence Collection: The Short-Mayo Composite Aircraft, c1937 (c1937)

The Short-Mayo Composite Aircraft, c1937 (c1937). The Short Mayo Composite was a long-range seaplane combination produced by Short Brothers to provide a reliable long-range air transport service to

Background imageClarence Collection: The Cornish Riviera Express drawn by a King class locomotive, 1935-36

The Cornish Riviera Express drawn by a King class locomotive, 1935-36
The " Cornish Riviera Express" drawn by a " King" class locomotive between Dawlish and Teignmouth (Devon), 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2"

Background imageClarence Collection: Cunard White Star liner Berengaria, approaching Cunard pier, 1936

Cunard White Star liner Berengaria, approaching Cunard pier, 1936
Approaching Her Berth. A striking photgraph of the Cunard White Star liner Berengaria (ex-Imperator, 52, 101 tons), assisted by tugs, coming into the Cunard pier, 1936

Background imageClarence Collection: The aeroplane proposed by Henson in his patent of 1842, c1936 (c1937)

The aeroplane proposed by Henson in his patent of 1842, c1936 (c1937). William Samuel Henson (1812-1888) was a pre-Wright brothers aviation engineer and inventor from Nottingham, England

Background imageClarence Collection: The Flying Scotsman, famous locomotive No. 4472, leaving Kings Cross, 1935

The Flying Scotsman, famous locomotive No. 4472, leaving Kings Cross, 1935
The " Flying Scotsman", famous locomotive No. 4472, leaving the L.N.E.R.s London terminus at Kings Cross with a night express for the north, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: Speeding Across A Continent. Americas first diesel-electric Express has opened

Speeding Across A Continent. Americas first diesel-electric Express has opened up a new era in railway travel, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1"

Background imageClarence Collection: The fury of the blizzard makes no impression on this mammoth locomotiv, 1935

The fury of the blizzard makes no impression on this mammoth locomotiv, 1935
The fury of the blizzard makes no impression on this mammoth locomotive - over the snow-swept track the giant mass of steel answers the roar of the gale with the thunder of its pounding wheels, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: Washing A Locomotive on the Canadian National Railway, at Montrea, 1935. Creator: Unknown

Washing A Locomotive on the Canadian National Railway, at Montrea, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Washing A Locomotive on the Canadian National Railway, at Montreal, by means of the special spraying equipment devised for this purpose, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1"

Background imageClarence Collection: The Baltschieder Viaduct on the Lotschberg main line... 1935-36. Creator: Unknown

The Baltschieder Viaduct on the Lotschberg main line... 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
The Baltschieder Viaduct on the Lotschberg main line, illustrates the heavy cost and difficulty entailed in descending the steep mountain-side of the Rhone Valley from Hothenn to Brig; much bridging

Background imageClarence Collection: Express Passenger Locomotive of the Royal Scot 4-6-0 class, 1935-36

Express Passenger Locomotive of the Royal Scot 4-6-0 class, 1935-36
Express Passenger Locomotive of the " Royal Scot" 4-6-0 class belonging to the L.M.S. Railway, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2"

Background imageClarence Collection: Passing at Speed. An unusual view from the tender of a goods engine, 1935-36

Passing at Speed. An unusual view from the tender of a goods engine, 1935-36
Passing at Speed. An unusual view from the tender of a goods engine showing an approaching Great Western express between Reading and Didcot, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol

Background imageClarence Collection: On the Route of the Lapland Express, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown

On the Route of the Lapland Express, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
On the Route of the Lapland Express, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935-36]

Background imageClarence Collection: The Overhaul of Underground Rolling Stock owned by the London Passenger Transport, 1935-36

The Overhaul of Underground Rolling Stock owned by the London Passenger Transport, 1935-36
The Overhaul of Underground Rolling Stock owned by the London Passenger Transport Board is carried out at their Acton Works, Middlesex, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol

Background imageClarence Collection: A Canadian Pacific Railway Giant at the foot of the Rockies, 1935. Creator: Unknown

A Canadian Pacific Railway Giant at the foot of the Rockies, 1935. Creator: Unknown
A Canadian Pacific Railway Giant at the foot of the Rockies, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935]

Background imageClarence Collection: In the Semmering Valley, Austria. A good train crossing the curved Gamperl Viaduct, 1935-36

In the Semmering Valley, Austria. A good train crossing the curved Gamperl Viaduct, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935-36]

Background imageClarence Collection: The Night Journey. A mixed-traffic locomotive of the Southern Railway at a cross-over, 1935

The Night Journey. A mixed-traffic locomotive of the Southern Railway at a cross-over, 1935
The Night Journey. A mixed-traffic locomotive of the Southern Railway negotiating a cross-over on its way to the south, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1"

Background imageClarence Collection: Building the Rocket - in 1935, 1935. Creator: Unknown

Building the Rocket - in 1935, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Building the " Rocket" - in 1935. This full-size replica of a famous locomotive was ordered by the Science Museum, South Kensington, from Robert Stephenson and Co. of Darlington, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross Station, hauled by No. 2563, 1935-36

The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross Station, hauled by No. 2563, 1935-36
The " Flying Scotsman" leaving Kings Cross Station, hauled by No. 2563, " William Whitelaw", one of the well-known 4-6-2

Background imageClarence Collection: Locomotive Cab Fittings, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown

Locomotive Cab Fittings, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
Locomotive Cab Fittings, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935-36]

Background imageClarence Collection: Turbine-Driven Pacific belonging to the L. M. S. Railway, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown

Turbine-Driven Pacific belonging to the L. M. S. Railway, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
Turbine-Driven " Pacific" belonging to the L.M.S. Railway, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935-36]

Background imageClarence Collection: On the route of the Cornish Rivera, Limited. An express on the Great Western line

On the route of the Cornish Rivera, Limited. An express on the Great Western line
On the route of the " Cornish Rivera, Limited." An express on the Great Western line near Hanwell, a few miles out of Paddington, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol

Background imageClarence Collection: Leaving Dublin. Great Southern Railways train, hauled by a 4-4-0 passenger express, 1935

Leaving Dublin. Great Southern Railways train, hauled by a 4-4-0 passenger express, 1935
Leaving Dublin. A Great Southern Railways train, hauled by a 4-4-0 passenger express locomotive, is seen here after its departure from Kingsbridge terminus, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: Lord Nelson, one of the most powerful locomotives owned by the Southern Railway

Lord Nelson, one of the most powerful locomotives owned by the Southern Railway
" Lord Nelson", one of the most powerful locomotives owned by the Southern Railway, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2"

Background imageClarence Collection: Grenadier Guardsman, one of the L. M. S. Royal Scots, , 1935-36

Grenadier Guardsman, one of the L. M. S. Royal Scots, , 1935-36
" Grenadier Guardsman, " one of the L.M.S. " Royal Scots, " at the head of the 10.30 a.m. express from Euston to Manchester, . From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol

Background imageClarence Collection: Automatic Coaling at Hornsey Station, Middlesex, 1935. Creator: Unknown

Automatic Coaling at Hornsey Station, Middlesex, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Automatic Coaling at Hornsey Station, Middlesex, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935]

Background imageClarence Collection: A Clear Road from the cab of a Southern Railway Atlantic locomotive, 1935

A Clear Road from the cab of a Southern Railway Atlantic locomotive, 1935
A Clear Road. This picture, taken from the cab of a Southern Railway " Atlantic" locomotive, shows a Victoria to Bognor Regis train passing Sutton, Surrey, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: The Sydeny Limited leaving Spencer Street Station, Melbourne, at 6 p

The Sydeny Limited leaving Spencer Street Station, Melbourne, at 6 p
The " Sydeny Limited" leaving Spencer Street Station, Melbourne, at 6 p.m. on its daily run to Albury, New South Wales, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2"

Background imageClarence Collection: Leaving Budapest. An express train departs from the Central Station, 1935-36

Leaving Budapest. An express train departs from the Central Station, 1935-36
Leaving Budapest. An express train departs from the Central Station in the Hungarian capital, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2"

Background imageClarence Collection: 119 Miles an Hour was attained on a trial run by this new German streamlined locomotive

119 Miles an Hour was attained on a trial run by this new German streamlined locomotive, built by the Borsig locomotive works, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2"

Background imageClarence Collection: On the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown

On the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
On the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad, 1935-36. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 2". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935-36]

Background imageClarence Collection: The Mighty Express passenger engine of the Great Western Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown

The Mighty Express passenger engine of the Great Western Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown
The Mighty Express passenger engine of the Great Western Railway, the " King George V" is the result of a century of progress and development, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: Devastated. - Over sixty yards of snow-shedding destroyed by an avalanche in 1921, 1935

Devastated. - Over sixty yards of snow-shedding destroyed by an avalanche in 1921, 1935. From " Railway Wonders of the World, Vol. 1". [The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1935]

Background imageClarence Collection: The Princess Royal, a 4-6-2 type express engine on the L. M. S. system, 1935

The Princess Royal, a 4-6-2 type express engine on the L. M. S. system, 1935
" The Princess Royal", a 4-6-2 type express engine on the L.M.S. system, designed for hauling, without assistance, loads of 500 tons on non-stop runs from London to the Scottish Border

Background imageClarence Collection: Between Bombay and Delhi. A striking view of the Frontier Mail passing over a viaduct

Between Bombay and Delhi. A striking view of the Frontier Mail passing over a viaduct on the Darah section of the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: Americas Most Famous Train. The Twentieth Century Limited, 1935. Creator: Unknown

Americas Most Famous Train. The Twentieth Century Limited, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Americas Most Famous Train. The " Twentieth Century Limited", owned by the New York Central Lines, covers the 961 miles between New York and Chicago in 17 3/4 hours, 1935

Background imageClarence Collection: Funeral of H. R. H. The Duke of Clarence, January 1892, (c1897). Artist: E&S Woodbury

Funeral of H. R. H. The Duke of Clarence, January 1892, (c1897). Artist: E&S Woodbury
The Albert Memorial Chapel Windsor, on the Occasion of the Funeral of H.R.H. The Duke of Clarence, January 1892, (c1897). The Dukes coffin stands between the tomb of the Prince Consort at the further

Background imageClarence Collection: The Albert Memorial Chapel, Windsor, c1896. Artist: GW Wilson and Company

The Albert Memorial Chapel, Windsor, c1896. Artist: GW Wilson and Company
The Albert Memorial Chapel, Windsor, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageClarence Collection: One of the Worlds Great Ships. The French liner Normandie, 1937

One of the Worlds Great Ships. The French liner Normandie, 1937
One of the Worlds Great Ships. The French liner Normandie is a vessel of 86, 496 tons gross, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester

Background imageClarence Collection: An Orient Liner berthed in Woolloomooloo Bay, 1937

An Orient Liner berthed in Woolloomooloo Bay, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Fleetway House, London]

Background imageClarence Collection: The Late Sir James Alfred Ewing, KCB, 1937

The Late Sir James Alfred Ewing, KCB, 1937
The Late Sir James Alfred Ewing, K.C.B. presided over the cryptographic staff of the Naval intelligence division for some time during the war of 1914-18, 1937

Background imageClarence Collection: One of the Most Popular Transatlantic Liners, the Mauretania at Southampton, 1937

One of the Most Popular Transatlantic Liners, the Mauretania at Southampton, 1937
One of the Most Popular Transatlantic Liners was the Mauretania, shown above being painted at Southampton in preparation for one of the cruises on which she was sometimes employed, 1937

Background imageClarence Collection: Shore End of a submarine cable is generally laid from a lighter, 1937

Shore End of a submarine cable is generally laid from a lighter, 1937
Shore End of a submarine cable is generally laid from a lighter which is paid out to sea as the cable is paid out, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester

Background imageClarence Collection: HMS Hood was laid down in 1916 and completed in 1920, 1937

HMS Hood was laid down in 1916 and completed in 1920, 1937
The Largest Warship in the World. - H.M.S. Hood was laid down in 1916 and completed in 1920, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester

Background imageClarence Collection: Fitting-Out Basin of John Brown and Companys shipbuilding yard at Clydebank, 1937

Fitting-Out Basin of John Brown and Companys shipbuilding yard at Clydebank, 1937
In the Fitting-Out Basin of John Brown and Companys shipbuilding yard at Clydebank, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Fleetway House, London]

Background imageClarence Collection: Rhe largest British racing yachts compete during Cowes Week, 1937

Rhe largest British racing yachts compete during Cowes Week, 1937
Off Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, the largest British racing yachts compete during Cowes Week, the first week in August, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol



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