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Seafield Colliery, c 1950s
Photograph of Seafield Colliery, with winding towers and surface buildings connected by gantries in view. Railtrack with coal wagons can be seen in the foreground.

Ships of a convoy in heavy weather, 1939-1945
Photograph of British navy convoy transporting vital supplies of food and war equipment in hard winter conditions.

4-4-0 North British Railway K Class (LNER D34 Class) Locomotive No.291 "Glen Quioch"
4-4-0 North British Railway K Class (LNER D34 Class) Locomotive No.291 "Glen Quioch" at Glasgow Queen Street, with fireman William Campbell on the plate.

Articles of the Act of Union 1707
Page nine of the Articles of the Treaty of Union between the Parliaments of England and Scotland.

Fareham National School on Empire Day, 1913
Photograph of Sir Graham Bower addressing schoolchildren and their parents and teachers at Fareham National School on Empire Day.

HMS Repulse
View of the midships section from the range finder and conning tower to the mainmast on the forecastle deck of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank.

British airborne troops in action in Arnhem, 1944
Photograph of British paratroops taking cover in a shell hole during the battle for Arnhem in September 1944. Codenamed Operation Market Garden, the allies withdrew after a stubborn eight-day battle which saw the death of over 7000 British paratroopers.

HMS Barham
View of the forward funnel casing on the upper deck of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham during construction at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.

HMS Barham
View of the after funnel casing on the upper deck of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham during construction at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.