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Gare St-Lazare - Paris

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Mail Rail: Londons long-lost underground postal railroad - Boing Boing

London’s Subterranean Secret: The Forgotten Mail Train. The Royal Mail’s underground ‘mini’ railway was used to take letters (and possibly workers) along the tracks to different station/sorting.

<> Circus workers hoisting an Elephant abroad a boat c.1930s

transporting a circus elephant, early photo makes me so sad. Elephants are so smart and the weary expression on this animal's face breaks my heart.

Carmen Dell’Orefice and Betsy Pickering for Harper’s  Bazaar, 1958. Photo by William Helburn.

William Helburn, Carmen Dell’Orefice and Betsy Pickering, First Avenue and Street, Harper’s Bazaar, 1958

rue de Lisbonne mairie

Town hall of Paris arrondissement - Rue Lisbon

Contrasts of nature and industry, skyscraper heights and human streets. Tune into at pm CET to witness it all yourself.

La Gare de Lyon (départ du Rapide de Savoie | Paris Unplugged

La Gare de Lyon (départ du Rapide de Savoie | Paris Unplugged

In this May 18, 1940 photo provided by the New York City Municipal Archives, a man reads a newspaper on New York's 6th Ave. and 40th St, with the headline: “Nazi Army Now 75 Miles From Paris." Over 870,000 photos from an archive that exceeds 2.2 million images have been scanned and made available online, for the first time giving a global audience a view of this rich collection that documents life in New York City. #NYC

n this May 1940 photo provided by the New York City Municipal Archives, a man reads a newspaper on New York's Ave. and St, with the headline: 'Nazi Army Now 75 Miles From Paris.' (AP Photo/New York City Municipal Archives, Borough President Manhattan)

You just can't beat the Sixties for good old fashioned style, can you? These shots of Jean Shrimpton taken by David Bailey for Vogue in 1962 encapsulate everything that the decade came to stand for, marking the dawn of a new era in photography and fashion as well as changing the face of class structure and sexual politics for good. Bailey and Shrimpton defied Vogue Fashion Editor Lady Clare Rendlesham, shooting mid-range (yet oh-so-chic) clothes in the grittier parts of Manhattan, with Jean…

In 1962 legendary swinging British photographer David Bailey went on his first foreign assignment to New York. He had been commissioned by British Vogue to photograph his model girlfriend Jean Shrimpton for an editorial fashion spread.

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