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Images Dated 14th November 2007

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Royal Vauxhall pre-flight consultation Featured 14 Nov 2007 Print

Royal Vauxhall pre-flight consultation

Royal Vauxhall pre-flight consultation. Historical artwork depicting a meeting held prior to the flight of the Royal Vauxhall in 1836. The balloon flight, which set a record for distance covered in a balloon, departed from Vauxhall, London on 7th November and arrived in Weilburg, Germany, 18 hours later. The balloon is at upper left. The men depicted are, from left to right: Walter Prideaux, John Hollins, William James. Around the table are: Robert Hollond, Charles Green, and Thomas Monck Mason. Hollond, Green and Mason formed the Nassau Party who made the journey. Original painting by J. Hollins after an engraving by J. H. Robinson. Published in 1843

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Trains are parked at the cargo rail station in Neuseddin Featured 14 Nov 2007 Print

Trains are parked at the cargo rail station in Neuseddin

Trains are parked at the cargo rail station in Neuseddin, 50 kilometres west of the German capital Berlin, November 14, 2007. German train drivers started a 62-hour nationwide strike on freight routes on Wednesday, raising fears about the impact on Europe's biggest economy of a long-running wage dispute with rail operator Deutsche Bahn. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY) - BM2DWPDKTAAA

Technicians operate the MK II Talon robot to investigate an improvised explosive device Featured 14 Nov 2007 Print

Technicians operate the MK II Talon robot to investigate an improvised explosive device

Drasi, Italy, November 14, 2007 - During a route clearance exercise, technicians from Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit operate the MK II Talon robot to investigate an improvised explosive device (IED) from their high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle. By using the robot, technicians can effectively dispose of the IED while maintaining a safe distance in the event of a detonation

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