*Late 1930's - German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain.  These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain.  Many never saw their parents again.

Werner Bischof Girl at the train window, Budapest, Hungary, 1947 From Werner Bischof Pictures Thanks to liquidnight

Italia "come eravamo" #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

COME ERAVAMO...Davanti a un uomo che lascia libero sfogo alle sue emozioni c'è una donna che lo ha convinto a lasciarsi andare

A baobab tree (adansonia digitata) sprouting from the sawn face of felled baobab stump

A baobab tree (adansonia digitata) sprouting from the sawn face of fallen baobab stump

1940s, little girl, vintage, photography, train, locomotive

What is there about little boys and trains? Charming black and white old-timey photo shows their train love has not diminished in 100 years ~ Little boy talking to the locomotive crew, Waterloo Station, 1924 From Southern Railway’s advertising

Balancing Act, 1962. Source: Photographic Morgue of the New York Journal-American, Harry Ransom Center: A seal puts on a show by balancing a doll before young viewers at a performance of the Krone Circus in Aachen, Germany.

Strange B&W Photo - 1933 - of seal balancing a baby doll at the circus while amazed children look on.

She hasn’t got a clue!

Had I looked up and seen this, I would have screamed. One of the best aliens ever. Xenomorph sculpture at an H. Giger exhibition in San Sebastian, Spain back in

back-then: Tea, England, United Kingdom, 1967 photo: Tony Ray-Jones.

Tony Ray-Jones © Royal Photographic Society/ National Media Museum Does anything in this photograph look familiar? Help us find out where it was taken in 1967

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Crabs in Glass Houses.Scientists at the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre placed glass shells into a hermit crab tank. The crabs moved into the glass shells shortly after, allowing scientists to study the crabs.