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Images Dated 18th January 2005

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Caledonian Canal, MacBrayne/LMS poster, c 1930s Featured 18 Jan 2005 Print

Caledonian Canal, MacBrayne/LMS poster, c 1930s

Poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) and MacBrayne's Steamers, advertising cruises on the Caledonian Canal in the Scottish Highlands. The image shows monks walking in the grounds of a monastery or abbey, with water in the foreground and mountains and fields in the background. Built as a ship canal by Thomas Telford (1757-1834), the Caledonian Canal was later used by small cargo boats and pleasure craft. Artwork by Tom Gilfillan. Printed by John Horn Ltd, Glasgow & London

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The Ochil hills are seen covered in snow behind Stirling Castle in Scotland January 18, 2005 Featured 18 Jan 2005 Print

The Ochil hills are seen covered in snow behind Stirling Castle in Scotland January 18, 2005

The Ochil hills are seen covered in snow behind Stirling Castle in Scotland January 18, 2005. Heavy overnight snow has caused problems on roads in Scotland's central belt. Heavy snow overnight and high winds brought travel chaos to many roads across Scotland and [Northern Ireland] on Tuesday, with police advising against unnecessary journeys. - PBEAHUODKDN

See the New Zoo, Whipsnade Park, Bedfords Featured 18 Jan 2005 Print

See the New Zoo, Whipsnade Park, Bedfords

See the New Zoo, Whipsnade Park, Bedfordshire, LMS poster c 1930s. Poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway, advertising prices and opening times of the 500 acre zoo at Whipsnade Park. Image shows a lion, surrounded by trees, and the text beneath promotes rides on elephants, camels, llamas and ponies. Printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd, London & Dunstable

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