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Images Dated 26th June 2003

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Images Dated 26th June 2003 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Yorkshire Coast, LNER poster, 1923-1947 Featured 26 Jun 2003 Print

Yorkshire Coast, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Poster produced by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote train services to the Yorkshire coast. The poster shows an illustration of Paul Jones Fight off Scarborough on 23 September 1779. Artwork by Frank Mason (1876-1965), who was educated at HMS Conway and spent time at sea. He painted marine and coastal subjects. In addition to designing railway posters, he was also involved in engineering and shipbuilding in Leeds and Hartlepool

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North Berwick, LNER poster, 1923 Featured 26 Jun 2003 Print

North Berwick, LNER poster, 1923

Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the seaside resort of North Berwick on the east coast of Scotland. The poster shows a young woman in a bathing costume, pouring tea from a thermos flask into cups, for herself and two companions, who are shown reclining on the sand. The man has a bag of golf clubs by his side. Artwork by Frank Newbould (1887-1951), who studied at Bradford College of Art and joined the War Office in 1942. He also designed posters for the Orient Line and Belgian Railways. Dimensions: 1016 mm x 1270 mm

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False colour SEM of a bee sting Featured 26 Jun 2003 Print

False colour SEM of a bee sting

Bee sting. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of the posterior end of a honeybee Apis mellifera showing the bee's sting (needlelike). The sting is a modification of the female ovipositor, or egg- laying apparatus. The ovipositor is no longer used to lay eggs, but instead serves as a weapon of defense and as a means of paralysing the bee's prey by injection. Only females sting. The sting consists of moveable chitinous elements, into which the ducts of two glands open (red, at bottom): one producing poison. The barbed sting is found only on worker bees. Magnification x12 at 6x4.5cm size

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