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Japanese half-sleeve tattoo by @rory_pickersgill_tattoo.  #japaneseink #japanesetattoo #irezumi #tebori #bngink #blackandgrey #blackandgreytattoo #cooltattoo #largetattoo #armtattoo #tattoosleeve #halfsleeve #halfsleevetattoo #tigertattoo #cattattoo #flowertattoo #cherryblossomtattoo #blackwork #blackink #blacktattoo #wavetattoo #naturetattoo

Japanese half-sleeve tattoo by @rory_pickersgill_tattoo. #japaneseink #japanesetattoo #irezumi #tebori #bngink #blackandgrey #blackandgreytattoo #cooltattoo #largetattoo #armtattoo #tattoosleeve #halfsleeve #halfsleevetattoo #tigertattoo #cattattoo #flowertattoo #cherryblossomtattoo #blackwork #blackink #blacktattoo #wavetattoo #naturetattoo

Japanese back tattoo by @rory_pickersgill_tattoo.  #japaneseink #japanesetattoo #irezumi #tebori #colortattoo #colorfultattoo #cooltattoo #backtattoo #armtattoo #tattoosleeve #birdtattoo #eagletattoo #lightningtattoo #blackwork #blackink #blacktattoo #wavetattoo #naturetattoo

Japanese back tattoo by @rory_pickersgill_tattoo. #japaneseink #japanesetattoo #irezumi #tebori #colortattoo #colorfultattoo #cooltattoo #backtattoo #armtattoo #tattoosleeve #birdtattoo #eagletattoo #lightningtattoo #blackwork #blackink #blacktattoo #wavetattoo #naturetattoo

When we heard that New Zealand-based instagrammer and blogger Emily Pickersgill-Brown was interested in using the Ava bracelet when she was trying to conceive her second child, we could not have been more flattered. And when we heard that it worked, well, we were over the moon! So we invited her onto Avaworld

When we heard that New Zealand-based instagrammer and blogger Emily Pickersgill-Brown was interested in using the Ava bracelet when she was trying to conceive her second child, we could not have been more flattered. And when we heard that it worked, well, we were over the moon! So we invited her onto Avaworld

US photographer, Eric Pickersgill has created “Removed,” a series of photos where he edits out people's handheld devices, so that people stare at their hands, or the empty space between their hands, often ignoring beautiful surroundings or opportunities for human connection. The results are a bit sad and eerie—and a reminder, perhaps, to put our phones away.

US photographer, Eric Pickersgill has created “Removed,” a series of photos where he edits out people's handheld devices, so that people stare at their hands, or the empty space between their hands, often ignoring beautiful surroundings or opportunities for human connection. The results are a bit sad and eerie—and a reminder, perhaps, to put our phones away.

An undated view of Caledonian Railway, Pickersgill designed 4P 4-6-2T no. 15353 of 1917 vintage and built by NBL. This shot was taken at Greenock Ladyburn shed and the loco carries the CR semaphore route indicator (on the buffer beam lamp iron) for the Glasgow-Gourock service.Several of this handsome design lasted into BR days and 15353 was one such being allocated to Beattock shed for mainly banking duties from October 1946 until withdrawal in June 1951. Cr 944

An undated view of Caledonian Railway, Pickersgill designed 4P 4-6-2T no. 15353 of 1917 vintage and built by NBL. This shot was taken at Greenock Ladyburn shed and the loco carries the CR semaphore route indicator (on the buffer beam lamp iron) for the Glasgow-Gourock service.Several of this handsome design lasted into BR days and 15353 was one such being allocated to Beattock shed for mainly banking duties from October 1946 until withdrawal in June 1951. Cr 944

Seven Pickersgill 72 Class 4-4-0's at Princes Pier Shed. In shot are 54508 which was transferred to Stranraer and withdrawn from there in 1959 and 54468 which is to the right and had not yet been withdrawn when this shot was taken but stored out of service in 1957 and withdrawn in 1959. Other engines are likely to be 54479 which was stored out of service in 1952 and withdrawn in 1959, 54497 which was withdrawn in 1959, 54498 which was withdrawn in 1960 and 54506 which was withdrawn in 1961.

Seven Pickersgill 72 Class 4-4-0's at Princes Pier Shed. In shot are 54508 which was transferred to Stranraer and withdrawn from there in 1959 and 54468 which is to the right and had not yet been withdrawn when this shot was taken but stored out of service in 1957 and withdrawn in 1959. Other engines are likely to be 54479 which was stored out of service in 1952 and withdrawn in 1959, 54497 which was withdrawn in 1959, 54498 which was withdrawn in 1960 and 54506 which was withdrawn in 1961.

Caledonian Railway class 113 4-4-0 no. 14465 in LMS guise seen here at Annan with a stopping train. The drifting smoke and steam suggest that the loco is reversing but the visible footplate crew member is looking in the forward direction. 14465 was a Pickersgill designed engine built St. Rollox in 1916 and was something of a survivor receiving its BR number 54465 in September 1948 and soldiering on until eventual withdrawal from Motherwell shed in October 1962.

Caledonian Railway class 113 4-4-0 no. 14465 in LMS guise seen here at Annan with a stopping train. The drifting smoke and steam suggest that the loco is reversing but the visible footplate crew member is looking in the forward direction. 14465 was a Pickersgill designed engine built St. Rollox in 1916 and was something of a survivor receiving its BR number 54465 in September 1948 and soldiering on until eventual withdrawal from Motherwell shed in October 1962.

14643. A Pickersgill 60 Class 'Greyback' 4-6-0 of LMS, built in 1926. This engine was a development of the Class 60 of the Caledonian Railway, designed by William Pickersgill. The LMS built another 20 of the class between 1925-1926 under the auspices of George Hughes who was the LMS Chief Mechanical Engineer. It was withdrawn in 1948 at Motherwell and was scrapped in the same year without the BR no being added.

14643. A Pickersgill 60 Class 'Greyback' 4-6-0 of LMS, built in 1926. This engine was a development of the Class 60 of the Caledonian Railway, designed by William Pickersgill. The LMS built another 20 of the class between 1925-1926 under the auspices of George Hughes who was the LMS Chief Mechanical Engineer. It was withdrawn in 1948 at Motherwell and was scrapped in the same year without the BR no being added.

Caledonian Railway Pickersgill designed 'Greyback' 4-6-0 no.14644 was built by the LMSR in1926 at St. Rollox Works and was withdrawn in April 1948 at Motherwell mpd.

Caledonian Railway Pickersgill designed 'Greyback' 4-6-0 no.14644 was built by the LMSR in1926 at St. Rollox Works and was withdrawn in April 1948 at Motherwell mpd.

Launch of the cargo ship ‘Sir Archibald Page’ built by William Pickersgill & Sons Ltd, Southwick, 12 September 1950 (TWAM ref. DS.WP/4/PH/1/322/1).  Tyne & Wear Archives is proud to present a selection of images from its Sunderland shipbuilding collections. The set has been produced to celebrate Sunderland History Fair on 7 June 2014. It's a reminder of the thousands of vessels launched on the River Wear and the many outstanding achievements of Sunderland’...

Launch of the cargo ship ‘Sir Archibald Page’ built by William Pickersgill & Sons Ltd, Southwick, 12 September 1950 (TWAM ref. DS.WP/4/PH/1/322/1). Tyne & Wear Archives is proud to present a selection of images from its Sunderland shipbuilding collections. The set has been produced to celebrate Sunderland History Fair on 7 June 2014. It's a reminder of the thousands of vessels launched on the River Wear and the many outstanding achievements of Sunderland’...