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St. Jans Gasthuis, a hospital from 1563 to 1840. The wear-marks in the stones on the right side of the door comes from several centuries of hands rubbing the 'lucky stones' - the better to avoid ill-health. I was trotting while shooting ...

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I think the signalman hands over a signal lock as the train enters the station

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john and ashley

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(PEARL HARBOR) - NAVFAC Pacific Commander Capt. Bret Muilenburg (center) presents (l-r) Amanda Samson and Stacey Yamada with Professional Development Center (PDC) intern program certificates June 20 at the Hickam Memorial Theater during an All Han...

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Inside solitary, they would be locked in here no lights etc, on the tour they say one chap would pull off one of his buttons throw it in the air spin round and then spend hours looking for it on his hands and knees to stop himself going mad,

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Fancy water tap for washing your hands after a toilet visit at ’t Antwaerps Bierhuiske in Antwerp, Belgium.

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I spent two comfortable nights here on the former caravan park at Gretna Green.  Its no longer in business but the owner gave the Hands Across the Border Campaign permission to use the site for volunteers and helpers (me), who wanted to attend the...

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HOHENFELS, Germany – Sixteenth Sustainment Brigade’s 515th Transportation Company Soldiers, Pvt. Dillon Aldridge (left) hands a sandbag to Pfc. Wesley Spencer (right) to build a bunker for the 18th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion headquar...

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Participants in the Great Outdoor Weekend see and touch some of the fish species that live below the Harsha Dam, including this golden redhorse. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Jim O'Boyle)

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Participants in the Great Outdoor Weekend see and touch some of the fish species that live below the Harsha Dam, including this golden redhorse. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Jim O'Boyle)

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Part of the way down Mt. Rigi we started to hear loud Swiss folk music. It turned out to be some sort of event coming from large event tent. I peaked through a window and saw people waving their hands in the air, at first I thought they were speak...

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Part of the way down Mt. Rigi we started to hear loud Swiss folk music. It turned out to be some sort of event coming from large event tent. I peaked through a window and saw people waving their hands in the air, at first I thought they were speak...

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Part of the way down Mt. Rigi we started to hear loud Swiss folk music. It turned out to be some sort of event coming from large event tent. I peaked through a window and saw people waving their hands in the air, at first I thought they were speak...

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HERE IN THIS HOUSE

I will never know the loneliness I hear in the barks 
of the other dogs 'out there'. 
I can sleep soundly, assured that when I wake 
my world will not have changed. 
I will never know hunger, or the fear of not knowin...

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In M&S cafe. Both hands full of food... but want to eat the thing on the plate. No problem!

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Later, we met some locals, who baked amazing bread for us that we gobbled up while it was still warm, and they ate the rest of it in this form: in a bowl with added water.  

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Built into the entrance to the entrance the locker holds a book containing a description of each grave in the cemetery.

Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery is 16 kilometres east of Albert and 10 kilometres south of Bapaume.   
Sailly-Saillisel, sta...

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