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Images Dated 2017 June

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Choose from 34 pictures in our Images Dated 2017 June collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Glastonbury Tor IC141_002 Featured June Print

Glastonbury Tor IC141_002

Reconstruction drawing showing an oblique view of St Michael's Church and associated buildings atop Glastonbury Tor as they may have appeared from the south-west in the 15th century. Judith Dobie, 1993

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Church, Graphic, Illustration, Medieval, Religion

Neptune Energy Park Walker DP174618 Featured June Print

Neptune Energy Park Walker DP174618

Neptune Energy Park, Neptune Historic Dry Dock, Shepherd Offshore Ltd, Fisher Street, Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyneside. Began 1860 when John Wigham Richardson set up a small ship yard employing 200 people. Image shows the 60m high Blyth Offshore Demonstrator Wind Farm gravity based foundations under construction before being floated out into the River Tyne at high tide and out to sea. It will be the first offshore wind project to use a 66kV rated inter array to connect turbines to a new onshore sub station at Blyth. View from north from rooftop of Segedunum Visitors' Centre. June 2017

© Historic England Archive

Fog Battery, Lundy Island DP196574 Featured June Print

Fog Battery, Lundy Island DP196574

Fog Battery, Ackland's Moor, Lundy Island, Devon. The fog signal station, constructed by Trinity House in 1863 when the limitations of the Old Lighthouse (constructed 1819-20), when thick fog covered the island, were recognised. It was constructed of dressed, roughly-coursed granite, with 2ft high walls and a corrugated iron roof bound with iron hoops. In the event of accidental explosion, this construction would allow the force to be taken by the roof rather than the walls. The idea of the battery was to warn shipping off the rocks by means of ten-minute interval firings with an eighteen pound canon. View from south east

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