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A woman steers a barge with her husband, granddaughter and two dogs aboard, toward a lock on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Bradford in West Yorkshire.

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  • A steel worker at the blast furnaces of the former Victoria Steel Works at Coatbridge, Scotland, where production reached its peak in 1977, just before the widespread closure of most of the United Kingdom s open hearth melting shops and cogging mills
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    • National Geographic
    • A steel worker at the blast furnaces of the former Victoria Steel Works at Coatbridge, Scotland, where production reached its peak in 1977, just before the widespread closure of most of the United Kingdom s open hearth melting shops and cogging mills
  • Salvation Army musicians solicit donations the Gorbals slum on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, which for much of the 20th century was known as the most dangerous place in the United Kingdom for its street gangs and poverty.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Salvation Army musicians solicit donations the Gorbals slum on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, which for much of the 20th century was known as the most dangerous place in the United Kingdom for its street gangs and poverty.
  • 'No Surrender,' was the rallying cry of Northern Ireland Catholic residents in Londonderry after 13 unarmed civil rights demonstrators were killed by British Army paratroopers in what became known as 'Bloody Sunday' in 1972.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • 'No Surrender,' was the rallying cry of Northern Ireland Catholic residents in Londonderry after 13 unarmed civil rights demonstrators were killed by British Army paratroopers in what became known as 'Bloody Sunday' in 1972.
  • British Army sharpshooters surround commanders of anti-terrorism troops at the site of a terrorist bombing of a children's clothing factory in Belfast during the civil war in Northern Ireland.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • British Army sharpshooters surround commanders of anti-terrorism troops at the site of a terrorist bombing of a children's clothing factory in Belfast during the civil war in Northern Ireland.
  • Barbed wire envelopes Her Majesty's Prison Maze, or Long Kesh, a prison to house paramilitary prisoners during the civil war strife from mid 1971 to mid 2000.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Barbed wire envelopes Her Majesty's Prison Maze, or Long Kesh, a prison to house paramilitary prisoners during the civil war strife from mid 1971 to mid 2000.
  • Children play in the snow in the Gorbals slum on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, which for much of the 20th Century was known as the most dangerous place in the United Kingdom for gang violence.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Children play in the snow in the Gorbals slum on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, which for much of the 20th Century was known as the most dangerous place in the United Kingdom for gang violence.
  • A young boy is caught in midair while launching a toy rocket.
  • Turnstiles at the Central Railway Station, opened by the Caledonian Railway inn 1879, a major mainline terminus used by 38 million passengers.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Turnstiles at the Central Railway Station, opened by the Caledonian Railway inn 1879, a major mainline terminus used by 38 million passengers.
  • Weekend roasts are advertised in a butcher shop window in Windermere, tourist center of the Lake District National Park.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Weekend roasts are advertised in a butcher shop window in Windermere, tourist center of the Lake District National Park.
  • The 1160-1318 Cathedral of St. Andrew, once the largest and most important church in Scotland.
  • Bingley Five Rise Lock staircase, the steepest lock staircase in Great Britain, is the most spectacular feature of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal that stretches across Northern England.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Bingley Five Rise Lock staircase, the steepest lock staircase in Great Britain, is the most spectacular feature of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal that stretches across Northern England.
  • Bingley Five Rise Lock staircase, the steepest lock staircase in Great Britain, is the most spectacular feature of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal that stretches across Northern England.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Bingley Five Rise Lock staircase, the steepest lock staircase in Great Britain, is the most spectacular feature of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal that stretches across Northern England.
  • Near Wigan, a pleasure boat cruises the 127 mile long Leeds and Liverpool canal, the longest in northern England.
  • Two canal boats filled with tourists approach the Bingley Five Rise Lock staircase on the Leeds and Liverpool Cana that stretches across Northern England.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Two canal boats filled with tourists approach the Bingley Five Rise Lock staircase on the Leeds and Liverpool Cana that stretches across Northern England.
  • Traffic near the old London Stock Exchange in the City of London.
  • Fallow deer graze on a lawn in Dunham Massey, an early 18th Century stately home surrounded by a deer park.
  • A lone bird interrupts the early morning calm at Steamer Pier on Lake Windermere, England's largest, in the Lake District of Great Britain.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • A lone bird interrupts the early morning calm at Steamer Pier on Lake Windermere, England's largest, in the Lake District of Great Britain.
  • Residents stroll home from the pub in Saltaire, a Victorian model village in Bradford West Yorkshire, along the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Residents stroll home from the pub in Saltaire, a Victorian model village in Bradford West Yorkshire, along the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
  • A late-afternoon rainbow arches over Glasgow's Merchant City, whose 18th-century warehouses once bustled with cotton, tobacco and sugar traders.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • A late-afternoon rainbow arches over Glasgow's Merchant City, whose 18th-century warehouses once bustled with cotton, tobacco and sugar traders.
  • Dunham Massey, an early 18th Century stately home, now part of the National Trust.
  • A woman wearing hijab, or Islamic dress, walks past Harrods in London's wealthy Knightsbridge.
  • Central Railway Station, opened by the Caledonian Railway in 1879, a major mainline terminus used by 38 million passengers.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Central Railway Station, opened by the Caledonian Railway in 1879, a major mainline terminus used by 38 million passengers.
  • A woman opens the locks at the Kirkless Hall Inn pub on the 127 mile long Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
  • A woman steers a barge with her husband, granddaughter and two dogs aboard, toward a lock on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Bradford in West Yorkshire.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • A woman steers a barge with her husband, granddaughter and two dogs aboard, toward a lock on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Bradford in West Yorkshire.
  • Central Railway Station, opened by the Caledonian Railway in 1879, a major mainline terminus used by 38 million passengers.
    • Documentary
    • National Geographic
    • Central Railway Station, opened by the Caledonian Railway in 1879, a major mainline terminus used by 38 million passengers.

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