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Turren and cover
V & A
Height 7.6 cm Diameter 20.3 cm
Rosa Freedom =...
RHS Wisley
Rosa can be deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs or scrambling climbers, with usually thorny stems bearing pinnate...
Keeper for the Day
Colchester Zoo
With the Keeper for the Day scheme you will have the amazing opportunity to spend a day behind the scenes with...
Cuming Museum
Southwark
The Cuming Museum is the home of the worldwide collection of the Cuming Family and the museum of Southwark's history....
hat
Manchester Art Gallery
smart hat worn at a wedding as mother of the bride; broad brim, wider to front; tall round crown; brim swathed in...
Betula utilis var....
RHS Wisley
Betula can be deciduous trees or shrubs, often with striking white, pink, or brown peeling bark. 'Grayswood Ghost'...
Billy
Monkey Sanctuary
Billy is our new Capuchin, he is 2 years old.
A lady with curls
Torre Abbey
Miniature. Portrait of a lady with curls, on a green background. One of a pair.
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The dean motorcycle company was situated in Haymarket...
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Abies koreana 'Silberlocke'
RHS Wisley
Abies are evergreen conifers, often very tall, with whorled branches bearing flattened, linear leaves, often whitish beneath, and on the upper branches, large cones...
Commuting by Cable
Old Treasury Building
Travel by cable tram through the streets of Melbourne between 1885 and 1940. This documentary presents rare archival footage detailing the story of the largest cable...
Horse Ramp (in canals)
London Canal Museum
The ramps in the canals were once used to save horses after they fell into the river. Animal safety was important, or at least it was important to retain the animals...
Canal Gate
London Canal Museum
These gates were put in place to stop the flow of the river. It was necessary to do this in the instance of bombs falling on the Canal and ceasing the flow of debris....
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