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North British Railway locomotive and crew, 1907
Photograph of North British Railway locomotive No. 1034, with driver, George Scott, and fireman, Alexander Sime and shunters, John Watson and James Cessford, standing at the side.

Glasgow Garden Festival 1988
Photograph of the then Prime Minister Rt Hon. Margaret Thatcher signing the visitors' book in front of the Bowmore Distillers' Pavilion at the Glasgow Garden Festival whilst Malcolm Rifkind looks on.

Gordon Highlanders in the Far East, 1942-1945
Photograph of soldiers of the Gordon Highlanders moving tree trunks to construct obstacles in the Far East.

Chiefs of Allied liberation forces get ready for the invasion
Photograph of the leaders of the Allied forces preparing in Britain for the invasion and liberation of Europe. Pictured are Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, General Eisenhower, General Sir Bernard Montgomery, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Air Chief Marshal Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory, Lieutenant General Walter Bedell-Smith and Admiral Sir Bertram H Ramsay.

Tourist class cabin, QE2, 1969
Photograph of tourist class cabin with bunk beds on the Cunard liner RMS Queen Elizabeth 2.

Death of Queen Victoria and Accession of Edward VII
Loyal address to Edward VII on his coronation from County of Roxburgh: illuminated parchment.

Iraqi horse-drawn carriage missing a wheel proceeding into mosul
Photograph of an Iraqi two wheeled horse-drawn carriage missing a wheel, proceeding into Mosul.

HMAS Australia (402)
View of the Royal Australian Navy Indefatigable Class battlecruiser in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co shipyard, Clydebank with the titan crane behind.

Book embroidered by Princess Elizabeth, 1545
Embroidered cover of religious book written by Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth I of England, for her stepmother, Katherine Parr.