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Images Dated 29th March 2005

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2005 WTCC (World Touring Car Championship) Testing Monza, Italy Featured 29 Mar 2005 Print

2005 WTCC (World Touring Car Championship) Testing Monza, Italy

2005 WTCC (World Touring Car Championship) Testing
Monza, Italy. 22nd - 23rd March 2005
Giuseppe Ciro (Proteam Motorsport BMW 320i) action.
World Copyright: Malcolm Griffiths/LAT Photographic
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ROG-11701 MASTIC - Chios, Greece Featured 29 Mar 2005 Print

ROG-11701 MASTIC - Chios, Greece

ROG-11701
MASTIC - Chios, Greece
Pistacia lentiscus var chia
Greece
A transparent resin, known as mastic, is obtained from the tree. This is collected by bleeding the bark. When chewed, the resin becomes white and opaque.
Mastic resin is a spice. Its used in liquors and drinks, chewing gum pastiles, baked goods, cosmetics such as toothpaste and lotions for the hair and skin as well as perfumes. It is also used in preparation of Turkish Delight. The best quality mastic grows in the Greek island of Chios, where it is also known by the name "Chios Tears". People in the Mediterranean also use it as a medicine for gastrointestinal ailments. The Mastichohoria (mastic-producing villages) are located in the southern part of Chios.
Bob Gibbons
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Saddle tank steam locomotive, 0-4-0, 1933 Featured 29 Mar 2005 Print

Saddle tank steam locomotive, 0-4-0, 1933

Saddle tank steam locomotive, 0-4-0, arriving with a passenger train at Tan-y-Bwlch Station on the Ffestiniog Railway, North Wales. This locomotive was built by George England (1811- 1878) in c 1863. George England was the English locomotive maker who built the first locomotives for the narrow-gauge Ffestiniog Railway. England also invented the screw jack for replacing locomotives on the line

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