RMHRP364–Navigational Instruments, e.g. Sextant, 1791
RMER7BFB–Design drawing for a navigational system for an airship empl
RMG4E7RT–The main navigational span, which was removed from the war-time bridge between Chelsea bridge and Albert bridge, is seen being maneuvered on the river Thames. The bridge is to be re-erected in Uganda for use in connection with the groundnut scheme
RM2G1YBE6–Group of Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS) pilots examining a navigational chart on the tarmac at New Castle Army Air Base. They are, from left to right, Gertrude Meserve, Catherine Slocum, WAFS Director Nancy Harkness Love, Adela Scharr and Barbara Towne, Wilmington, DE, 10/1/1942. (Photo by Ralph Morgan/United States Army Air Force/RBM Vintage Images)
RMMR7815–Drawing of a standard 19th century French navigational Sextant. 1888
RF2H6E5FJ–Discorso Intorno alla carta da navigare. PORCACCHI. World navigational map 1590
RME1X8GH–US sailors use a navigational sextant to read the ship's bearings and distance during training June 9, 2014 in San Diego, California.
RMKMMTEY–H.F. Schwarz inventor of navigational system talks to W.J. O'Brien, UK 1945
RMT9RF2W–A navigational teaching and exercise device construction by 'H. Warschko', cased historic, historical, Air Force, branch of service, branches of service, armed service, armed services, military, militaria, air forces, object, objects, stills, clipping, clippings, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, 20th century, Editorial-Use-Only
RMM8Y4T1–V-1 BUZZ BOMB Historic WW2 Cutaway schematic blueprint drawing of a Nazi German V-1 Buzz Flying Bomb showing fuel cells, warhead and other navigational equipment. It was deployed in World War 2 by Nazi Germany, to randomly terror bomb civilians in London and the suburbs during World War II Blitz 1940's
RFPJ7C2R–Pilot and copilot flying airplane, checking navigational equipment
RMB4KTC5–aerial above Raleigh VOR navigational aid
RME0WJB0–Mar. 03, 1963 - United States Navigational Satellite Exhibit At Science Museum: Centre of interest at the Science Museum, South
RM2CBXDCA–England. Royal Observatory, Greenwich. It was founded for navigational purposes by King Charles II in 1675. New procedure to obtain photographs of thermometer alterations. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RM2K1PHXT–A post war (1947) advertisement for D & C, Detroit & Cleveland Navigational Company (Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Chicago, New York)
RMMM48HM–1950s, historical, four deck officers onboard a steamship using sextants to determine the position of the ship. Invented in the 18th century, this maritime instrument was a vitally important navigational tool.
RMG16EPH–Colorized illustration of the cross-staff, or fore-staff. This navigational instrument is composed of a square staff and three vanes of different lengths. The sides of the staff have different scales, each corresponding to one of the vanes. When observing
RMET0522–Navigational equipment of boat in Pipavav port at Gujarat India
RMGKCGAX–Nallah Mar, Mar Canal, Mar Kol, a navigational canal running through the old city of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India, 19th
RMCP6DKX–USNS Vanguard as Navigational Test Ship
RMMR7813–Drawing of a standard 19th century French navigational Sextant. 1874
RFFE03EW–VENICE: Lady with globe & navigational equipment, antique print 1880
RME5GRT2–navigational buoys sculpture in Belfast city centre
RM2H6FN7B–Drawing showing a diver placing an atomic navigational beacon on the sea bottom, USA 1963
RMA3ARJP–Navigational Sextant on white background cut out.
RMCNKTYF–red and white navigational buoy in the pedestrian zone, Emden, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany
RM2A2T7Y8–Navigation, Astronomical navigational instruments, Signed: Benard Direx, Pl. 1, p. 14, Benard (dir.), Denis Diderot; M. d'Alembert: Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métierss, des arts et des métiers. Genève: chez Pellet, MDCCLXXVIII [1778
RMBNG1G2–Seafaring Dutch: Use of Navigational Instruments During 17th Century by unknown artist
RMC947G5–Hao123.com - China's largest Chinese web directory / navigational website
RM2J2CWAA–Navigational chart on British warship HMS Belfast
RMAYB336–Ancient navigational stone pyramid in Exogi Ithaca Greece
RF2C89B1C–navigational aid Kugelbake, the principal landmark of Cuxhaven against blue sky
RM2CFAF9N–Navigational Map of the Indian Ocean - 1630
RFWDEGR8–Close-up Of Navigational Compass On Table
RM2BDYCB3–Sextant, Navigational Instrument, 1791.
RMC0XXGF–Day mark navigational aid St Agnes Isles of Scilly
RMAMA2JB–Close up of navigational equipment on board Twin Otter plane
RMMR7818–Drawing of a standard 18th century English navigational magnetic compass. 1747
RMABAGGG–Raynes Park London England Billboard Tom Tom Navigational System
RM2GNR1G3–City map of Bremerhaven and its surroundings with navigational instruments and a globe, historic illustration 1880,
RM2AR73TX–Navigational marker with limestone karst rock formation in foggy weather, Lan Ha Bay, Vietnam, Asia
RMCR37EE–Navigational beacon at Hoernum Odde at a beach with reeds to prevent sand drifting, Hoernum, Sylt, North Frisia
RMD0P0G0–Navigational Aids in Mercury Spacecraft
RM2A2X176–Negative - Funnel of the SS Nestor, 1947-1948, The funnel of the SS Nestor. One of six black and white copy negatives depicting ships and maritime navigational tools that relate to Mr Martin Spencer-Hogbin's seafaring career. Martin served on the SS Nestor from July 1947 to September 1948. Born in England in 1924 Martin Spencer-Hogbin spent his working life in the shipping industry working primarily for the Blue Funnel Line. In 1957 Martin
RMB10N6T–Antikythera navigational mechanism vernier gauge 4th c BC Greece
RMF4FE6D–K.R. Jones, 1840. Register Cliff was a key navigational landmark on the Oregon Trail as it passed along the North Platte River near present Day Guernsey Wyoming. Many emigrants carved their name in the soft sandstone. (Large format sizes available)
RMPCTM33–Great Britain, Scotland, Edinburgh, The National Museum of Scotland, Exhibit of Terrestrial Globe dated 1804 and Navigational Chart dated 1770
RMB9ARB6–East entrance to the Cape Cod Canal in Sandwich with jetty, beacon, green and red navigational channel markers
RM2G9HYKT–British WW2 navigational computer for calculating height corrections, Nero Lemania stopwatch, used by RAF pilots during World War II
RM2CFAFAB–Portuguese Navigational Map of Caribbean Ports - 1630
RFWMMWTN–Close-up Of Navigational Compass On Table
RM2BDYCBA–Man Using Navigational Instruments
RMG7DX63–Round-the-world yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur at work in the navigational station aboard her 75ft triamaran B&Q in Lorient, France. The boat will be her home for 70 days when she hopes to become only the second person ever to sail a multi-hulled yacht around the globe, non-stop in November.
RMBWCJEN–Day mark navigational aid St Agnes Isles of Scilly
RFB4XCK1–Close up of navigational system and map
RMA5BKRD–Detail of Jean Cras navigational aid
RMKJ1H5B–Portolan Map of the Mediterranean and connecting seas. Portolan or portulan charts are navigational maps based on compass directions and estimated distances observed by the pilots at sea. They were first made in the 13th century in Italy, and later in Spain and Portugal, with later 15th and 16th century charts noted for their cartographic accuracy. With the advent of widespread competition among seagoing nations during the Age of Discovery, Portugal and Spain considered such maps to be state secrets.
RMBCY223–Navigational marker on the beach at Minehead Somerset England UK
RMGW6AHR–Green navigational buoy in flowing river water and sky reflecting in the calm water.
RMAYABJ6–Asia Tokyo Japan Navigational light on Rainbow Bridge at dusk on spring evening
RFJB9ET8–Control point for navigational devices, Michelsberg, near Untergrombach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
RMD0DBHW–Osprey Building a Nest Atop a Navigational Light
RM2A2X175–Negative - Funnel of the SS Nestor, 1947-1948, The funnel of the SS Nestor. One of six black and white copy negatives depicting ships and maritime navigational tools that relate to Mr Martin Spencer-Hogbin's seafaring career. Martin served on the SS Nestor from July 1947 to September 1948. Born in England in 1924 Martin Spencer-Hogbin spent his working life in the shipping industry working primarily for the Blue Funnel Line. In 1957 Martin
RMD2XDW2–The Singapore owned Kota Lumayan Container Ship departing, through navigational rates, from Port Botany Sydney Australia
RMF4FE6F–J.W. Robb, 1857. Register Cliff was a key navigational landmark on the Oregon Trail as it passed along the North Platte River, near present Day Guernsey Wyoming. Many emigrants carved their name in the soft sandstone. (Large format sizes available)
RMBB1KAG–Portolan or Navigational Map of Greece,the Mediterranean and the Levant
RME53N2E–Scene along the Lea Navigational Canal in East London, UK. The River Lea is a major tributary of the River Thames. Much of the Lee Navigation is within Lea Valley Park, a multi-county regional park and open space preserve.
RMC8WCYC–navigational watch aboard the guided missile destroyer (DDG 72) USS Mahan,
RM2CFAFB2–Portugese Navigational Map of the North Atlantic - 1630
RFWFF79Y–Close-up Of Navigational Compass On Table
RMG15J0M–Azimuth attachment is a small, portable, mechanical device, consisting of two revolving arms or sight vanes for resting on the compass glass and by which bearings are taken.
RMGP2MWB–Pair American Bald Eagles on navigational aid near Petersburg 'Little Norway' fishing village Mitkof Island Inside Passage South
RMAWCHN0–The Day Mark a historic navigational aid on St Martins IOS
RFA41N94–Still life of navigational instruments
RMA5BKT4–Detail of Jean Cras navigational aid
RFD7D70C–Navigational instrument. A sextant isolated on white background
RMDDGPG8–Navigational Protractor by Blundell Harling (130mm combined protractor and parallel rule)
RMGW6AHX–Red navigational buoy in flowing river water and sky reflecting in the calm water.
RMAYAAXB–Asia Tokyo Japan Navigational light on Rainbow Bridge at dusk on spring evening
RF2E9679C–The River Don and South Yorks Navigational Canal in flood at Sprotbrough, South Yorks, UK
RM2A2X1BE–Negative - Martin Spencer-Hogbin using his Hezzanith Sextant, circa 1950, Mr Martin Spencer-Hogbin using his sextant. One of six black and white copy negatives depicting ships and maritime navigational tools that relate to Mr Martin Spencer-Hogbin's seafaring career. Born in England in 1924 Martin Spencer-Hogbin spent his working life in the shipping industry working primarily for the Blue Funnel Line. In 1957 Martin decided to immigrate to Australia from England
RM2AR794X–Navigational marker on rocky shore with limestone karst cliffs, Halong Bay, Vietnam, Asia
RMF4FCN2–USA, Wyoming, Register Cliff, a Navigational Landmark on the Oregon Trail in Platte River Valley, Informational Sign.
RMBB1K94–Portolan or Navigational Map of the Spain,Gibraltar & North Africa
RME53N29–Scene along the Lea Navigational Canal in East London, UK. The River Lea is a major tributary of the River Thames. Much of the Lee Navigation is within Lea Valley Park, a multi-county regional park and open space preserve.
RMCX78T0–White pyramid as a navigational aid at Emmanuel Head, Holy Island north east England UK
RM2CFAFBX–Portuguese Navigational Map of the South Atlantic - 1630
RFWKY42J–Close-up Of Navigational Compass On Table
RMG15J0N–Azimuth compass a portable, dry card compass provided with sight vanes and used for taking bearings.
RF2JGP3C6–Along with being a navigational aide, the Saugerties Lighthouse on the Hudson River serves as an inn and bed and breakfast
RMADGFAC–The Parrots Peak a navigational aid on the Irrawaddy River Ayeyarwady to indicate the level of water in the river ,Myanmar,Burma
RFA41N9A–Still life of navigational instruments
RMA5BKT1–Detail of Jean Cras navigational aid
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