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Images Dated 11th August 2011

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View down Tin Ghaut, Whitby, North Yorkshire Featured 11 Aug 2011 Image

View down Tin Ghaut, Whitby, North Yorkshire

View down Tin Ghaut, a narrow street in Whitby, North Yorkshire, with women passing the time of day. "Ghaut" is a Hindi word, meaning "broad steps leading down to the river", and "Tin" is a Yorkshire abbreviation for "the inn". Date: 1940s

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1940s, B Road, Boat, Coast, Cobble Stones, England, Ghaut, Hindi, Inn, Leading, Narrow, North, Passing, Pub, Resort, River, Sailing, Sea, Sea Side, Steps, Street, Time, Tin, Water, Whitby, Women, Word, Yorkshire

Hesse - Princess Alice and her children Featured 11 Aug 2011 Image

Hesse - Princess Alice and her children

Princess Alice of Great Britain, third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria, later Grand Duchess of Hesse and by Rhine (1843 -1878), pictured with her husband, Ludwig (Louis) IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and her children. Clockwise from far left: Princess Victoria, later Marchioness of Milford Haven, the Grand Duke holding Princess Marie (1874 - 1878), Princess Alice with her arms around Princess Alix (later Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, wife of Tsar Nicholas II), Princess Elizabeth (Ella, later Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna of Russia), Princess Irene (later Princess Henry of Prussia) and Prince Ernst Ludwig (Ernest Louis, known as Ernie), later Grand Duke of Hesse.
1875

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New York Tiny Planet Featured 11 Aug 2011 Image

New York Tiny Planet

An abstract city scene captured from atop the Empire State Building in New York City. The Iconic Flatiron Building stands prominently at the intersection of Broadway and 5th Avenue. Illuminated urban buildings circle around as if to pay homage to the recognizable Flatiron. A touch of whimsy for an otherwise serious city of the world