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Images Dated 6th October 2009

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1966 Liverpool Team Group - Division One Champions Featured 6 Oct 2009 Image

1966 Liverpool Team Group - Division One Champions

Football - 1966 Liverpool Summer Photocall
League Division One Champions 1965 / 1966
Full Squad Team Group 1966 / 1967
Back (left to right): S. Peplow, Ronnie Moran, L. Koo, P. Price, K. Walker, R. Evans, M. Bland, Doug Livermore, P. Carroll, A. Arrowsmith, Phil Chisnall.
2nd row: W. Molyneux, K. Marsh, R. Graham, Ted McDougall, Chris Lawler, Tommy Lawrence, Gerry Byrne, Ian Ross, J. Ogston, G. Wallace, D. Tuomey.
3rd row: Joe Fagan (trainer), R. Bennett (coach), Bill Shankly (Manager), Roger Hunt, Ian Callaghan, Gordon Milne, Geoff Strong, Ron Yeats, P. Price, Ian St John, Tommy Smith, Willie Stevenson, Bob Paisley (trainer).
Ground: G. Lloyd, J. Bowman, D. Johnson, R. Witham, M. Flexen, A. Mitchell

© colorsport

Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907) Featured 6 Oct 2009 Image

Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907)

Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907). Golden Square in Soho was laid out in the late 17th century, probably to plans by Sir Christopher Wren. In the 17th and 18th century it was home to several embassies. A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co Ltd, London, 1907

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images

Inside the diffuser section of a 16-foot supersonic wind tunnel Featured 6 Oct 2009 Image

Inside the diffuser section of a 16-foot supersonic wind tunnel

Inside the diffuser section of the16-foot supersonic wind tunnel at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee. Air that has been pushed through the section seen has passed through progressively narrowing tunnel sections and 90-degree turns that lead to the test section. The PWT test section is as tall as a two-story house and as heavy as a railroad locomotive. The inside of the test section is 16a?? tall.
They are positioned just behind a 40 feet long variable venturi, side walls that have hydraulic pistons to push the two flexible 16 foot tall by 40 foot long wall toward each other or apart to adjust the air speed and maintain smooth air flow into the test section. The facility is devoted to aerodynamic and propulsion integration testing of large-scale aircraft models

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