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East Coast Landmarks, Happisburgh near Stalham

…British Railways ‘totem’ logo at left. Part of the See Britain by Train series. Text in bottom margin reads “Published by British Railways (Eastern Region) (P.P. 1164). Printed in Great…

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East Coast Joint Stock passenger brake van

Brake van, East Coast Joint Stock, passenger bogie brake van, No 109. Great Northern Railway design to diagram number 38, teak bodied, built Doncaster 1908, ex Royal Train, originally numbered…

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Drawing, Resting Mules Tethered to Wagons, 1862

Recto: Horizontal view of a resting wagon train, with tethered mules; tree and log cabin visible in background. Verso: horizontal view of a portion of a ship. Drawing, Resting Mules…

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Wassily Kandinsky

Colour is a means of exerting direct influence on the soul. The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul. There is no must in art because…

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20 Photos That Accidentally Look Like Renaissance Art

…As A TRAIN Approaches https://youtu.be/LcwwUSE5JwI He Found a Bizarre Creature Dying in the Sun, But Never Expected It’d Grow Into This https://youtu.be/tnuMY6yTTWc 120 Year Old Photos of the Famous London…

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The Athletic Life of the Modern Competitive Eater – How We Get To Next

How do you train for the physical endurance of eating as quickly as possible? Continue reading on medium.com…

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Arthur I Miller - Einstein and Picasso. On the cutting-edge of creativity

…Thus it was that Einstein’s discovery of relativity owed a great deal to his involvement in assessing designs for electrical dynamos and the coordination of train schedules, while Picasso’s creation…

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Creator/Photographer: Unidentified photographer Medium:Gelatin silver print Dimensions:8.0″ x 10.0″ Culture: African American Geography: U.S.A Date: 1950 Collection: Percival Bryan Collection – This family collection’s 257 photographs document life in the…

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