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6 Squadron "A" Team, Mosul polo week, June 7-12 1926
Photograph of 6 Squadron A Team, Mosul polo week, June 7-12 1926 (Stewart-Peter on "John"; Stevenson on "Snowball"; Toby Long on "Chikko II" and Selby-Lowndes on "Chikko I"
HMAS Australia (402)
View of the after superstructure from the quarter deck on the starboard side looking forward on the Indefatigable Class battlecruiser, HMAS Australia, at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank.
View from on top of the scaffolding looking towards the stern of the framing and bulkheads of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham during the early stages of construction at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.
View from above looking towards the stern of the main deck of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse during construction at John Brown & Co. shipyard at Clydebank showing the main deck flats at the ship's side.
RMS Queen Elizabeth
Construction of RMS Queen Elizabeth at John Brown and Company shipyard, Clydebank. Image show sea trials being carried out on the Clyde.
Anti-aircraft gun mounted on the back of a truck in Italy
Photograph of an anti-aircraft gun mounted on the back of a truck and manned by British soldiers with another truck lying to the side.
HMS Terrible, view of the keel under construction, 1894
Photograph of the keel of the Royal Navy Powerful-Class armoured cruiser HMS Terrible under construction showing the steel skeleton of the keel at an early stage at John Brown's (J & G Thomson's shipyard), Clydebank.
HMAS Australia (512)
Front end on view of A and B turrets with the conning tower behind and capstans in front on the County-Class heavy cruiser HMAS Australia at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank.
View of the arrangement of the workmen's gangways on to the Reknown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse looking forward at the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank.