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HMS Repulse
View of the forward half of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank showing the growing conning tower, the foremast and A and B turrets.

HMS Repulse
View of the aft section of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank showing the mainmast, forecastle deck, "Y" turret and the stern.

Hand decorated illumination on fifteenth century printed book
Fasciculus temporum omnes antiquorum cronicas complectens by Werner Rolewinck, printed at Strasbourg c 1487.

Iraqi shipbuilders building a dhow under Mosul Bridge, Iraq
Photograph of Iraqi shipbuilders building a dhow under the bridge at Mosul, Northern Iraq.

Sand mould, Carron Works, 20th century
Photograph of man shovelling sand onto a sand mould in an iron foundry at the Carron Works near Falkirk.

HMS Barham
15 inch port gun for X barbette being put on board the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham. Starboard gun on board on 9 May 1915. King George V visited the shipyard on this day.

No 6 (Army Co-Operation) Squadron, Royal Air Force, at Mosul, Iraq c.1925
Group Photograph of the members of No 6 (Army Co-operation) Squadron, Royal Air Force, surrounded by their various weaponry, including two Lewis and one Vickers .303 machine guns and various bombs taken outside on of their bomb stores at Mosul aerodrome.

Diary entry describing the abandonment of the Darien Colony
Diary of George Home, recording the condition of the colonists in Darien prior to the abandonment of the colony and the refusal of the English colonists to assist.

RMS Queen Elizabeth
Photograph documenting the construction of the RMS Queen Elizabeth at John Brown ship yard, Clydebank.