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(The Morning Leader) The Leader, Regina, Saturday, May 16, 1925 - page 8; Found in Audio Visual/Micromaterials, University of Regina.

GWR 4073 Class No 4079 "Pendennis Castle" - The Castle Class 4-6-0 is one of the most celebrated locomotive types of the former Great Western Railway. The prototype, No.4073 ‘Caerphilly Castle’ rolled out of Swindon Works in August 1923, the first of a series that remained in production right up to 1950. No.4079 ‘Pendennis Castle’ was the seventh of 171 Castles built and was completed at Swindon in February 1924. Pendennis Castle's claim to fame dates from 1925 when the GWR lent the…

Truly amazing cover. The New Yorker Magazine - May 18, 1957 - Art by Charles Martin

Filey Beach, North Yorkshire \ site of Tolkien family holiday, Sept. 1925, which inspired Tolkien's children's book "Roverandom"

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12 Places You'd Never Believe Were In The UK

This quirky Portmerion Village in Gwynedd, North Wales. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village

"Cat on Chair" by Sheila Robinson, 1971 (cardboard cut) - reminds me of Mimi aka Mrs Moo Moo

Jigsaw puzzles by Pomegranate! 1000 Pieces! The acclaimed author-artist Edward Gorey had a lifelong interest in the theater. His participation in the Broadway production of Dracula garnered three Tony Award nominations, and he wrote and produced engaging and quirky plays that appeared both on and off Broadway and on Cape Cod. As a world-class balletomane, Gorey (1925–2000) was known for having attended most of the performances of the New York City Ballet between 1957 and 1983—the years of…

The Great Gatsby Movie Poster 11x17 by LynxCollection on Etsy, $16.95


10 Colourful Wedding Gowns

click the link- pretty blue dress at the end!!! 10 Colourful Wedding Gowns

The New Yorker Cover - July 16, 1973 Premium Giclee Print