RMMM1MA4–Hotel Easton operated by William Bros. Easton. 1925
RMBB44J9–Diagram of a brace and bit, a hand-operated tool for boring holes in wood.
RM2C878AE–Leyland Coach (Operated by Clarington Coaches)
RMA64WW8–Coin-operated urn designed by ancient Greek inventor Hero of Alexandria first century AD. Hand-colored woodcut
RMGCXFJF–A cable-operated car that travels up the Great Orme - 679-ft - on the coastline at Llandudno in North Wales.
RMTA3B7F–The pedal operated cab (Tretmotordroschke) of the Berlin inventor Hermann Ganswindt. The car is operated by the driver, who uses his body weight to press the pedal mechanism in the rear.
RMRJN09W–Illustration showing Electrically operated centrifugal pump. German 1896
RMET76PF–Crowded ferry boats operated a faster than usual shuttle service from Birkenhead, Merseyside, to cope with increased traffic. Circa 1960s.
RMHRTF15–A German soldier operating a Maxim gun during WWI. It was the first recoil-operated machine gun, invented by Hiram Stevens Maxim in 1883. From Meyers Lexicon, published 1927.
RF2HJRYCE–Siam: Preparing rice for export in one of the old hand-operated mills. Thailand (1923)
RMHA0R2F–CAMERA OPERATED DRAIN SURVEY. Photo Tony Gale
RME10GTK–Nov. 11, 1972 - Surgeon who operated on Mill Reef given notice to quit house.: Mr. Edwin James Roberts, 54, the racehorse surgeon who operated on champion racehorse Mill Reef when the colt fractured its left fore cannon bone and fetlock, has been given notice to quit hi small lodge house at Lanwades Park, Kentfors, Suffolk. The house is owned by the Animal Health Trust, which manages the Equine Research Station at Kentford. Mr. Roberts was employed at the station for 20 years until September last year and left after a dispute over clinical research policy. Photo shows Mr
RMBJTRG5–household, household appliances, hand-operated vacuum cleaner, two persons handling the device, circa 1900,
RMD3FEKB–Coin operated binoculars at a tourist location in CT USA
RM2A5YWKD–Man standing on a platform manipulating a set of paddle-like wings for a hand-operated aeronautical propeller [ca. 1850]
RM2HEDM08–RMS Titanic boilers assembled and ready for installation into RMS Titanic vintage archive image 1900s Harland and Wolff shipyard RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time she entered service and the second of three Olympic-class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line. She was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast.
RMWRK1A5–1967, historical, new coin-operated ticket machine for a new multi-storey car park, England, UK.
RM2C6B3WA–1920 layout plan of the then new one-man operated transport system at Three Rivers, (Trois-Rivières), Quebec, Canada
RMT96JHA–Plate 1, An introduction to electricity. In six sections by James Ferguson, 1775. The device across top is an electrostatic generator, operated by turning the handle at far right. The other devices all relate to experiments that can be carried out with the electric charge generated with the machine. James Ferguson (April 25,1710 - November 17, 1776) was a Scottish astronomer and instrument maker.
RMCP84KW–Coin operated Telescope at Marina del Rey, California, USA
RMR69PCB–Weaver working on Hand Operated Loom, bishnupur, west bengal, india
RM2C8789X–Leyland Tiger Bus (Operated by the Liptrot Brothers)
RMCNR6JR–Gatwick Express operated Class 460 No. 460002, in Delta Airlines advertising livery, passes East Croydon
RMG6C9H4–West Burton Power Station, which is operated by the Midlands Region of the Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB), was the first of the CEGB's new 2,000 megawatt power stations to fully commission all four of its 500 megawatt units. Archive-pa148903-14
RFPR32TC–Coin operated binoculars looking out over a beach scene with palm trees, sand and the Pacific Ocean in Huntington Beach, California
RMHHEC75–Ladies sewing for a bazaar small hand-operated sewing machine on the table. 1886
RMET4XM9–Crowded ferry boats operated a faster than usual shuttle service from Birkenhead, Merseyside, to cope with increased traffic. Circa 1960s.
RMCPMB05–Electrically operated bus in Berlin, circa 1900
RF2HJRE3N–Lines and trucks in one of the many Tin-Mines operated by Chinese in Malaya. Malaysia (1923)
RMPFP3BR–Hand-operated carpet sweeper
RMACR62J–Coin Operated Telescope Inside N Seoul Tower Seoul South Korea
RMT19A2C–broadcast, radio, radio sets, battery-operated radio receiver, Germany, 1925, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2A5YR7H–Photomechanical print of the Chicago Special, Burlington Route, a Class I railroad that operated in the Midwestern United States. Commonly referred to as the Burlington or Q. Photographed by William Henry Jackson ( 1843-1942). Dated 1900
RM2HK7AHK–WW1 German Kriegsmarine U-Boat on the surface in a storm Untersee boat U-boats were naval submarines operated by Germany, particularly in the First and Second World War. Efficient fleet weapons against enemy naval warships, they were most effectively used in an economic warfare role enforcing a naval blockade against enemy shipping .World War 1 Untersee boat
RMERG01A–Hand-operated printing presses for the printing of magazine proofs, c 1934. (Liebig series: La Confection d'un Journal Illustré
RMRHPP9N–2012 - The rope operated Car and passenger Ferry over the Vivari Channel near the ruins of ancient Butrint (Buthrotum), Albania, with a souvenir seller under the tourist sign for the castle of Ali Pasha
RMT96FPT–Baron Guillaume Dupuytren (October 5, 1777 - February 8, 1835) was a French anatomist and military surgeon. Although he gained much esteem for treating Napoleon Bonaparte's hemorrhoids, he is best known today for his description of Dupuytren's contracture which is named after him and which he first operated on in 1831 and published in The Lancet in 1834. He died in 1835 at the age of 57.
RMP9CTJ7–Coin operated telescope overlooking the rocky coastline at the seaside town of Ilfracombe, North Devon, England, UK
RMTAA56B–woman collecting water from solar energy operated water pump, madhya pradesh, India, Asia
RMER9ARA–Operated by Union Railroad Elevator Company, Toledo, Ohio
RMCNF5HF–The very first public train to be operated by Grand Central is seen at London Kings Cross on 18TH December 2007.
RMG98M02–The Liverpool to Derry service operated by Eirjet on behalf of Ryanair at Ballykelly Army Base, Wednesday March 29, 2006, as the pilot tonight faced the sack after landing the passenger jet in a military airfield by mistake. He touched down the Ryanair flight from Liverpool five miles short of his intended destination at City of Derry Airport. See PA Story ULSTER Plane. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: PA
RMC1XXTX–Coin operated beach telescope
RM2K01KTW–Curricle fire engine with two pumps operated by a handle. Designed and built by Merryweather & Sons, London.
RMET7684–Crowded ferry boats operated a faster than usual shuttle service from Birkenhead, Merseyside, to cope with increased traffic. Circa 1960s.
RMCWP6MG–A demonstration of a traditional method of wood turning using a foot operated lathe.
RMPFREM4–Australia, Western Australia, Cape Leeuwin, view of the lighthouse with coin-operated binoculars in foreground
RFKXDJCP–Novel Pump Operated by compressed Air
RM2G3F9T2–technique, battery-operated record player, record players for children 'Juniorfon' from thermoplastic, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RFAYCJG6–Coin Operated Laundromat dryers
RM2BTPPTC–Hand ambulance operated by policeman. 1933
RM2CB82DB–Vintage 1920's Travel Poster for Imperial Airways England- Egypt-India Imperial Airways Poster produced by C. Peckham 1927 poster illustrates an Egyptian man sitting on a tourist camel with a fringed saddle, watching airplane (Imperial Airways, De Havilland D.H. 66, 'Hercules') flying overhead. Imperial Airways was a British pioneer of commercial long-range air travel. The airline operated from 1924 to 1939, serving regions of Europe.
RME1478K–Apr. 16, 2012 - Siamese twins to be operated on
RM2K0MPPX–An old painting of Whitby, North Yorkshire looking inland, showing the old hand operated wooden drawbridge that men could raise & lower to allow vessels out to sea or into the harbour. It was preceded by a small stone packhorse bridge which once crossed the then shallower harbour, leading to the abbey. It had an associated bridge chapel (west side). Part of the old pack horse bridge was uncovered circa 1980's when work was undertaken (under the road at the bottom of Golden Lion Bank . It was back-filled).
RMT953W2–Stereograph of the Graf Zeppelin over the Giza pyramids in Egypt, on April 10, 1931. The LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin was a German-built and -operated, passenger-carrying, hydrogen-filled, rigid airship which operated commercially from 1928 to 1937. When it entered commercial service in 1928, it became the first commercial passenger transatlantic flight service in the world.
RMD3D2WR–Resplendent village, Germany, Young operated unattended a mini excavator
RMHYC7Y2–battery operated vehicles, nandankanan zoological park, orissa, Asia, India
RM2M973A0–Vickers Viscount 802, G-AOHM, operated by BAF.
RMCEB2RA–Atlantic Compass, a ConRo ship operated by Atlantic Container Lines (ACL) outbound on the River Elbe near Cuxhaven
RMG7A77H–Please be aware that this picture shows a train operated by Arriva Trains Northern, and that from 1 Feb 2004 this franchise is run by Northern Rail. Accordingly, this picture should not be used to illustrate any story relating to Arriva franchises. An Arriva train travels over the Ribblehead viaduct in Cumbria on the Carlisle to Settle railway line.
RFAJYB2J–Coin operated automatic ladies and gents toilets Vienna Austria
RMD95XJA–National Recovery Agency which operated in the United States during the 1930s Depression. NRA advertisements during 1936.
RMET6YJ4–Crowded ferry boats operated a faster than usual shuttle service from Birkenhead, Merseyside, to cope with increased traffic. Circa 1960s.
RFAF6X4H–Coin operated beach binoculars against a bright blue cloudy sky
RFCNXT79–Locomotive operated by compressed air according to the system by Robert Hardie, historical engraving, 1888
RMPNK05J–1948, historical, an overseas male visitor from the commonwealth on the London underground buying a ticket for zone 2, from the coin-operated ticket machines, London, Engalnd, UK.
RMD1XCF2–Coin operated vacuum at car wash
RM2G3F9T4–technique, battery-operated record player, record players for children 'Juniorfon' from thermoplastic, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RFAYCJG2–Rows of Coin Operated Laundromat dryers
RM2BWAM56–The RMS Ascania was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line
RM2M7G3HW–WW2 German Stuka dive bombers supplied to the Italian Airforce. 159 Junkers Ju 87 Stuka operated in the Italian Regia Aeronautica. From September 1940 until September 1943 the Stukas of the Regia Aeronautica fought relentlessly in the North African, Mediterranean and Balkan theatres, scoring successes that other ground attack aircraft in the Italian ranks could not claim. The “Picchiatelli” were heavily involved in the initial bombing campaign against Malta and, in January 1941, together with German Stukas, managed to hit the aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious.
RME112AY–Apr. 30, 1975 - Solar Operated House at the Paris Fair
RM2JK7GE7–An old 1700s engraving of Whitby, North Yorkshire, showing the old hand operated wooden drawbridge that men could raise & lower to allow vessels out to sea or into the harbour. It was preceded by a small stone packhorse bridge which once crossed the then shallower harbour, leading to the abbey. It had an associated bridge chapel (west side). Part of the old pack horse bridge was uncovered circa 1980s when work was undertaken (under the road at the bottom of Golden Lion Bank . It was back-filled). In this picture looking inland the buildings of old Staithside can be see right.
RMT953W0–Croppedstereograph of the Graf Zeppelin over the Giza pyramids in Egypt, on April 10, 1931. The LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin was a German-built and -operated, passenger-carrying, hydrogen-filled, rigid airship which operated commercially from 1928 to 1937. When it entered commercial service in 1928, it became the first commercial passenger transatlantic flight service in the world.
RMFDYT2N–Berlin, Germany, railway tracks and ICE 3 operated by Deutsche Bahn AG
RMF3G4XF–Environment friendly battery operated bus at Taj Mahal Seventh Wonders of World Agra ; Uttar Pradesh ; India
RM2M9B62J–Mil Mi-24, operated by the US military for familiarisation training.
RMCC14ET–Air France ATR-42-500 (F-GPYD), operated on behalf of Air France by the airline Airlinair, takes off from Bristol International
RMGBKT7X–A sightseeing boat, operated by Duck Tours on the River Thames
RFDY941Y–Austria, Vorarlberg, Coin operated binoculars at Silvtretta dam
RMHHG7FM–Illustration depicting a power-operated Jacquard loom used in the manufacturing of textiles. Dated 19th Century
RMET6XJ3–Crowded ferry boats operated a faster than usual shuttle service from Birkenhead, Merseyside, to cope with increased traffic. Circa 1960s.
RMAWE15Y–Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV) for use in the oil industry for underwater maintenance on oil rigs and platforms
RFHPG8WR–The pneumatic mail in Vienna, Austria. In Austria, the Austrian postal and telegraph administration operated only in Vienna from 1875 on a tube postal network, Die pneumatische Post in Wien, ?sterreich. In ?sterreich betrieb die ?sterreichische Post- und Telegraphenverwaltung nur in Wien ab 1875 ein Rohrpostnetz., digital improved reproduction of a woodcut from the year 1885
RMC21H25–1950s, a man in a suit & tie, a newly arrived male immigrant to Britain, using a coin-operated ticket machine on the London underground, England, UK.
RMD1XCF5–Coin operated vacuum at car wash
RMDB14HT–household, vacuum-cleaning, pedal-operated vacuum-cleaner with bellows, circa 1900, from: 'Wochenpost', issue 15, Berlin, 1990, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RFADX40B–Coin operated binoculars at a tourist destination
RM2BWAM73–RMS Homeric was operated by White Star from 1922 to 1935
RFD38YPB–Solar powered house and a battery operated car
RME11WY0–Sep. 17, 1980 - World's Most Powerful Solar Operated Water Pump
RMJNN633–1934 -Newly installed electrically operated railway signal box - Brighton
RMT96FPY–Baron Guillaume Dupuytren (October 5, 1777 - February 8, 1835) was a French anatomist and military surgeon. Although he gained much esteem for treating Napoleon Bonaparte's hemorrhoids, he is best known today for his description of Dupuytren's contracture which is named after him and which he first operated on in 1831 and published in The Lancet in 1834. He died in 1835 at the age of 57. No artist credited, undated.
RMBBHEPR–children in the doorway of a clinic operated by a Newfrontiers Church in a slum area in Mombai India
RMF3FK1E–Cutting cashew seeds with help of hand operated mechanical steel device in factory ; Konkan region ; Maharashtra ; India
RM2M970RJ–de Havilland DH106 Comet 2E, G-AMXK, when operated by Smiths Instruments.
RMD2BD7W–Boeing 737-400 Jetair OO-TUB operated by TUI airlines Belgium landing at Zaventem
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