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Steve Purnell | Search And Rescue

Search And Rescue

An RAF Sea King helicopter undertakes a simulated exercise.
Steve Purnell | Banking

Banking

An RAF Sea King search and rescue helecopter.
Steve Purnell | Lower The Winchman

Lower The Winchman

An RAF Sea King helicopter lowers it's winchman during a simulated exercise.
Steve Purnell | RAF Sea King

RAF Sea King

An RAF Sea King search and rescue helecopter.
Steve Purnell | The Red Arrows

The Red Arrows

The RAF Red Arrows aerial display team flies in formation emitting red, white and blue smoke.
Steve Purnell | A Vroom With A View 2

A Vroom With A View 2

An E-Type Jaguar at Carew Castle in Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom.
Steve Purnell | Gypsy Moth IV

Gypsy Moth IV

Gipsy Moth IV is a 54 ft (16 m) yawl that Sir Francis Chichester commissioned specifically to sail single-handed around the globe, racing against the times set by the clipper ships of the 19th century. Gipsy Moth IV set out from Plymouth on 27 August 1966 with 64-year-old Chichester at the helm and completed the journey on 28 May 1967 having logged 28,500 miles (45,900 km) in just 274 days (226 days actual sailing time). She is seen here docked at Milford Haven during a visit ther in August 2012.
Steve Purnell | Gypsy Moth IV 2

Gypsy Moth IV 2

Gipsy Moth IV is a 54 ft (16 m) yawl that Sir Francis Chichester commissioned specifically to sail single-handed around the globe, racing against the times set by the clipper ships of the 19th century. Gipsy Moth IV set out from Plymouth on 27 August 1966 with 64-year-old Chichester at the helm and completed the journey on 28 May 1967 having logged 28,500 miles (45,900 km) in just 274 days (226 days actual sailing time). She is seen here docked at Milford Haven during a visit ther in August 2012.
Steve Purnell | A Day Cruising 1

A Day Cruising 1

A family set sail for a day's cruising on a narrowboat from Goytre Wharf along the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal. Goytre Wharf is an industrial heritage site on the edge of the Brecon Beacons in South Wales.
Steve Purnell | A Day Cruising 2

A Day Cruising 2

A family set sail for a day's cruising on a narrowboat from Goytre Wharf along the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal. Goytre Wharf is an industrial heritage site on the edge of the Brecon Beacons in South Wales.
Steve Purnell | Midnight At The Castle

Midnight At The Castle

As the clock struck midnight the pumpkin changed into a ........................... sporty saloon car. A composite image of a motor car taken at Carew Castle in Pembrokeshire with an added night sky and moon. This is a combination of my own images and free to use images from Practical Photography magazine.
Steve Purnell | Coming To The Rescue

Coming To The Rescue

RNLB Haydn Miller is a Tamar Class Lifeboat based at Tenby Lifeboat Station in Pembrokeshire, South Wales, United Kingdom. Here it is seen being launched on a training exercise.
Steve Purnell | Philadelphia 61269

Philadelphia 61269

Philadelphia 61269 (No.2) is a 4-6-2 tender steam locomotive which was built by was built by Baldwin of Philadelphia, USA in 1930. The locomotive weighs 47 tons and is presently plying the Brecon Mountain Railway between Pant in Merthyr Tydfil and Torpantau in the Brecon Beacons via Pontsticill for tourist trips.
Steve Purnell | Philadelphia 61269 Black And White

Philadelphia 61269 Black And White

Philadelphia 61269 (No.2) is a 4-6-2 tender steam locomotive which was built by was built by Baldwin of Philadelphia, USA in 1930. The locomotive weighs 47 tons and is presently plying the Brecon Mountain Railway between Pant in Merthyr Tydfil and Torpantau in the Brecon Beacons via Pontsticill for tourist trips.
Steve Purnell | Philadelphia 61269 Antique

Philadelphia 61269 Antique

Philadelphia 61269 (No.2) is a 4-6-2 tender steam locomotive which was built by was built by Baldwin of Philadelphia, USA in 1930. The locomotive weighs 47 tons and is presently plying the Brecon Mountain Railway between Pant in Merthyr Tydfil and Torpantau in the Brecon Beacons via Pontsticill for tourist trips.
Steve Purnell | Class 31 Diesel 4

Class 31 Diesel 4

The British Rail Class 31 diesel locomotives, also known as the Brush Type 2 and originally as Class 30, were built by Brush Traction from 1957-62. D5627, currently named Steve Organ GM, has been preserved and is currently serving the Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway. The Pontypool & Blaenavon Railway is a volunteer run preservation society and their locomotives serve Blaenavon (High Level), Coed Avon, Furnace Sidings, Whistle Inn and Big Pit Halt for tourist trips.
Steve Purnell | Gypsy Moth IV 2

Gypsy Moth IV 2

Gipsy Moth IV is a 54 ft (16 m) yawl that Sir Francis Chichester commissioned specifically to sail single-handed around the globe, racing against the times set by the clipper ships of the 19th century. Gipsy Moth IV set out from Plymouth on 27 August 1966 with 64-year-old Chichester at the helm and completed the journey on 28 May 1967 having logged 28,500 miles (45,900 km) in just 274 days (226 days actual sailing time). She is seen here docked at Milford Haven during a visit ther in August 2012.
Steve Purnell | Gypsy Moth IV

Gypsy Moth IV

Gipsy Moth IV is a 54 ft (16 m) yawl that Sir Francis Chichester commissioned specifically to sail single-handed around the globe, racing against the times set by the clipper ships of the 19th century. Gipsy Moth IV set out from Plymouth on 27 August 1966 with 64-year-old Chichester at the helm and completed the journey on 28 May 1967 having logged 28,500 miles (45,900 km) in just 274 days (226 days actual sailing time). She is seen here docked at Milford Haven during a visit ther in August 2012.
Steve Purnell | Waverley Approaches

Waverley Approaches

PS Waverley is the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world. She is seen here approaching Penarth Pier along the Bristol Channel. She is probably the most photographed boat in the world.
Steve Purnell | Waverley Departs

Waverley Departs

PS Waverley is the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world. She is seen here approaching Penarth Pier along the Bristol Channel. She is probably the most photographed boat in the world.
Steve Purnell | Farewell PS Waverley

Farewell PS Waverley

PS Waverley is the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world. She is seen here leaving Penarth Pier along the Bristol Channel. She is probably the most photographed boat in the world.
Steve Purnell | PS Waverley 3

PS Waverley 3

PS Waverley is the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world. She is seen here approaching Penarth Pier along the Bristol Channel. She is probably the most photographed boat in the world.
Steve Purnell | PS Waverley 1

PS Waverley 1

PS Waverley is the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world. She is seen here approaching Penarth Pier along the Bristol Channel. She is probably the most photographed boat in the world.
Steve Purnell | The Bus To Putney

The Bus To Putney

FXT 183 is an AEC Regent III bus built in 1940 for the London Transport system. She was a standard double decker bus, model RT and was first registered as RT 8. She served London Transport until 1960 when she was withdrawn from service and sold to new owners in the USA where she stayed for over 40 years until being brought back to the UK and restored. This image is also available in an antique finish on Lens2Print. If you require black and white or a colour pop which are also available please contact the Lens2Print administration team.
Steve Purnell | Vintage Bus

Vintage Bus

FXT 183 is an AEC Regent III bus built in 1940 for the London Transport system. She was a standard double decker bus, model RT and was first registered as RT 8. She served London Transport until 1960 when she was withdrawn from service and sold to new owners in the USA where she stayed for over 40 years until being brought back to the UK and restored. This image is also available in colour on Lens2Print. If you require black and white or a colour pop which are also available please contact the Lens2Print administration team.