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Images Dated 1st April 2010

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Tottenham Hotspur - 1970/71 Featured 1 Apr 2010 Image

Tottenham Hotspur - 1970/71

Football - 1970 / 1971 season - Tottenham Hotspur Team Group Photocall
Standing (left to right): Alan Gilzean, Martin Peters, Martin Chivers, Mike England, Pat Jennings, Ken Hancock, Peter Collins, Cyril Knowles, Terry Naylor, Phil Beal.
Front: Dennis Bond, Joe Kinnear, Johnson, Steve Perryman, Allan Mullery, John Pratt, Jimmy Pearce, David Jenkins, Roger Morgan, Tony Want

© Colorsport

Six samurai; the upper three at court, practicing their archery; the lower three in traditional hunting attire. Woodblock print, 1817, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai Featured 1 Apr 2010 Image

Six samurai; the upper three at court, practicing their archery; the lower three in traditional hunting attire. Woodblock print, 1817, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai

HOKUSAI: SIX SAMURAI, 1817.
Six samurai; the upper three at court, practicing their archery; the lower three in traditional hunting attire. Woodblock print, 1817, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai

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Clifton Suspension Bridge competition drawing 1, by Isambard Kingdom Brunel Featured 1 Apr 2010 Image

Clifton Suspension Bridge competition drawing 1, by Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Design for the Clifton Suspension Bridge: Drawing number 1. Section and plan at C.E.
Bridge at top of cliff, Romanesque arch at each end, the first design...for a bridge of 760 feet span...height of 215 feet above high water mark...towers 70 foot high...built on the cliffs to carry the chains'. Brunel did not approve of this design, as the situation was not favourable to architectural effect, a point to which the committee attached great importance: but he suggested it from its being somewhat more economical than other plans (Isambard Brunel, Life of I.K.Brunel, p. 47).
Image used by Courtesy of the Brunel Institute - a collaboration of the SS Great Britain Trust and the University of Bristol

© University of Bristol / SS Great Britain Trust