RM2G3KYRD–technics, measurement devices, self-recording tide gauge, system Seibt-Fuess, wood engraving, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RMEC01DM–The Driver of 10 and a 1/4 inch gauge Steam locomotive No 1 'Alan Bloom' uses his injectors as he moves his engine on the Garden Line
RMMM16WP–Narrow Gauge Railway. Revere. 1915
RMD866WP–End Of Broad Gauge 1892
RMFFB542–TEXTILE MANUFACTURE. /nShuttles and gauge employed in the making of filet lace, the steel shuttle used for fine work and the bone shuttle for coarse.
RFD01KTN–Shotgun 12 gauge bore shotgun This is an AYA No 4 Boxlock side-by-side double barreled gun 'broken' to insert cartridges
RMDA7X93–Old Siemens gauge at the Religiueze Stoommachine Ketelhuis Steyl
RMC468GC–Transportation of wounded soldiers on a narrow-gauge railroad
RM2A25DEH–Engraving depicting a rain gauge at the Paris Observatory. Dated 19th century
RFER4TMY–The Animas River is part of the Colorado River System. A Spanish explorer named Juan Maria de Rivera of Santa Fe recorded the name Rio de las Animas, which translates in to English as 'River of Souls,' in 1765. The photo dates to c. 1900 and shows a train locomotive passing through a very dangerous section of the railway—Toltec Gorge. Today, the railroad here is he highest and longest narrow gauge steam railroad in the U.S. The train line was originally constructed in the 1880s.
RMB8TGT9–The Break Of Gauge At Gloucester 1846 chaos changing from the Broad gauge GWR to the Midland Railway
RMHDA9A4–THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, Alexander Gauge (2nd from right), 1955-1960.
RMDBP1P0–Dawlish Broad Gauge Railway Victorian period
RMA299J0–closeup view of electric battery gauge checking dead battery
RMAHJ6E8–Pressure gauge in factory England Britain UK
RME5RF1M–Woman under height gauge.
RM2A6008W–Measuring the Blizzard's Rage. Shielded snow gauge in the Northwest to register snow-fall. In: 'The Boy with the U.S. Weather Men', 1917
RMGBEA3P–transport / transportation, railway, narrow gauge railway, steam railway of Museum Arnstetten - Oppingen, Germany, Locomotive 99 7203, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMEC01DN–The Driver of Blue 10 and a 1/4 inch gauge Steam locomotive No 1 'Alan Bloom' uses his injectors as he moves his engine on the Garden Line
RMMKR3G0–Chemist adjusting Gauge
RMDREXNT–Baby Gauge Railway at widow Borax mine, Ryan
RMFG471X–RAIN GAUGE, 1869. /nA self-registering rain gauge, used at the meteorological observatory in Central Park, New York City. Wood engraving, American, 1869.
RFD01KPT–Shotgun 12 gauge bore shotgun This is an AYA No 4 Boxlock side-by-side double barreled gun 'broken' to insert cartridges
RMCYBW51–Central heating pressure gauge showing the pressure in the system, UK
RMRMB3C2–Commissioning of a narrow-gauge railroad locomotive in Radebeul near Dresden.
RMRJAE1G–Illustration depicting an Interior of a Box tunnel on the Broad Gauge railway at Bath, England. 1892
RMR4BE1E–Diesel narrow gauge locomotive, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India, Asia
RFA05TX1–Fuel Gauge on Empty, Close Up.
RMHDA9A7–THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, Alexander Gauge (left), Alan Wheatley (right), 1955-1960.
RM2F0JXR0–A Broad Gauge Train on the GWR in the Thames Valley, Victorian period
RMCNN6A5–Water depth gauge in marsh RSPB Minsmere Suffolk
RMACH5X8–closeup view of electric battery gauge checking dead battery
RFJ8092T–Male coffee roaster checking tank gauge
RME5RYCP–Woman under height gauge.
RMTXH237–The end of broad gauge, 1892. Work in progress at Plymouth station, Devonshire, to change from broad gauge to standard gauge railway track. From 'The Romance of Engineering' by Henry Frith. (London, 1892).
RMT3BAFP–SERVICE WEAPONS, GERMAN EMPIRE, elevation gauge 1913 (grenade visor) for rifle 98, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMFTED0T–SIGONELLA, Sicily (April 1, 2014) - Naval Aircrewman (Mechanical) 1st Class Micah Siegfried, assigned to the “Golden Eagles” of Patrol Squadron (VP) 9, opens the fuel gauge of a P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft at Naval Air Station Sigonella. VP-9 is forward deployed to the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility and is currently assigned to CTF 67, responsible for tactical control of deployed maritime patrol and reconnaissance squadrons throughout the European and African areas of operations.
RFHRHEX1–Tire Pressure Gauge
RMMKPHBT–Narrow-Gauge Deadwood Centrail Train
RMER5E98–Boy With Hornby Gauge 0 Clockwork Train Set, England. 1920s
RMPFRKYN–Car speedometer with gauge, 1911
RMC4K8JD–12 gauge bore cartridge for use in a shotgun scatter gun
RFBD7FB8–Old pressure gauge pounds per square inch
RMFD71T9–Narrow gauge railway in Ireland, 1920s
RMMR4W1W–Engraving depicting open carriages running on a broad gauge track. Dated 19th century
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