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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.
Boat's crew on a fishing trip to Coral Island off Tanzanian Coast
Photograph of unnamed Tanzanians and Robert Stewart-Peter on the boat during a fishing trip to Coral Island off Tanzania.
Prisoner, Glasgow, 1883
Photograph of Samuel Johnstone, a prisoner in Barlinnie Prison, Glasgow.
Postcard entitled "The Armistice Meeting" at Scapa Flow 1918 depicting a "Kaiser" Class German Battleship
Postcard "The Armistice Meeting" at Scapa Flow 1918 depicting a "Kaiser" Class German Battleship, possibly the SMS "Kaiser" herself.
View looking towards the bow of A and B barbettes and the forward framing on the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse during construction at John Brown & Co. shipyard at Clydebank.
View of the shipping of one of the 15 inch guns for Y turret on the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham berthed in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co., Clydebank, with the 150 tonne crane lowering it into place.
View of the Royal Navy Renown Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank, from "B" turret to the mainmast including the range finder, conning tower and funnels.
Main Street, Douglas, c 1950
Photograph of Main Street in Douglas, Lanarkshire. A young girl stands in street in front of a house named 'Mari-Dhu', 84 Main Street, which was owned by Glentaggart Coal Company Ltd.
View of the midships area of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank showing the conning tower, funnels and the forecastle deck.