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AUTOS-MCLAREN/ELECTRIC
RTX9CZ6R
February 16, 2021
Andy Abbosh, a McLaren owner who says he's willing to try out an electric version once it becomes available,...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Abbosh stands next to McLaren at his home in Farnham
Andy Abbosh, a McLaren owner who says he's willing to try out an electric version once it becomes available, stands next to his car at his home in Farnham, Britain February 11, 2021 REUTERS/Nick Carey
AUTOS-MCLAREN/ELECTRIC
RTX9CZ6Q
February 16, 2021
Andy Abbosh, a McLaren owner who says he's willing to try out an electric version once it becomes available,...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Abbosh stands next to McLaren at his home in Farnham
Andy Abbosh, a McLaren owner who says he's willing to try out an electric version once it becomes available, stands next to his car at his home in Farnham, Britain February 11, 2021 REUTERS/Nick Carey
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V7N
October 02, 2018
A selection of cheeses are packaged to go to market at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada...
Farnham, Canada
A selection of cheeses packaged to go to market at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
A selection of cheeses are packaged to go to market at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V7L
October 02, 2018
A selection of cheeses are seen from Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018....
Farnham, Canada
A selection of cheeses are seen from Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
A selection of cheeses are seen from Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V70
October 02, 2018
Cheese ready for market is cut and wrapped at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October...
Farnham, Canada
Cheese ready for market is cut and wrapped at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheese ready for market is cut and wrapped at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V5X
October 02, 2018
Moulds are filled as they make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2,...
Farnham, Canada
Moulds are filled as they make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Moulds are filled as they make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V4S
October 02, 2018
Cheese is poured into moulds as it is made at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October...
Farnham, Canada
Cheese is poured into moulds as it is made at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheese is poured into moulds as it is made at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V4R
October 02, 2018
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel pours cheese into moulds at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel pours cheese into moulds at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel pours cheese into moulds at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V4I
October 02, 2018
Cheesemakers Cyril Noel (R) and Thierry Delvigne prepare molds with cheesecloth as they make cheese at...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemakers Cyril Noel and Thierry Delvigne make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheesemakers Cyril Noel (R) and Thierry Delvigne prepare molds with cheesecloth as they make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V4H
October 02, 2018
Cheese is made at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne...
Farnham, Canada
Cheese is made at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheese is made at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V4G
October 02, 2018
Cheesemaker Thierry Delvigne makes cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemaker Thierry Delvigne makes cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheesemaker Thierry Delvigne makes cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V4A
October 02, 2018
Cheesemakers Cyril Noel (L) and Thierry Delvigne make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemakers Cyril Noel and Thierry Delvigne make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheesemakers Cyril Noel (L) and Thierry Delvigne make cheese at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V1I
October 02, 2018
Camembert cheese is turned as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2,...
Farnham, Canada
Camembert cheese is turned as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Camembert cheese is turned as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V1H
October 02, 2018
Camembert cheese is turned as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2,...
Farnham, Canada
Camembert cheese is turned as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Camembert cheese is turned as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V1D
October 02, 2018
Cheese is tended to as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018....
Farnham, Canada
Cheese is tended to as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheese is tended to as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23V17
October 02, 2018
Cheeses age on shelves at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne...
Farnham, Canada
Cheeses age on shelves at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham
Cheeses age on shelves at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23UYN
October 02, 2018
Cheese is washed as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne...
Farnham, Canada
Cheese is washed as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec
Cheese is washed as it ages at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23UYJ
October 02, 2018
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23UYF
October 02, 2018
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTS23UYC
October 02, 2018
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada...
Farnham, Canada
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec
Cheesemaker Cyril Noel tends to the aging cheeses at Fromagerie des Cantons in Farnham, Quebec, Canada October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RY0G
February 07, 2018
A miner waits to have its fan replaced, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham,...
Farnham, Canada
Miner waits to have its fan replaced at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham
A miner waits to have its fan replaced, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RY0A
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RY01
February 07, 2018
A worker prepares to change a fan on a miner, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham,...
Farnham, Canada
Worker prepares to change a fan at cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham
A worker prepares to change a fan on a miner, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXZX
February 07, 2018
A wall of miners, seen at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada,...
Farnham, Canada
A wall of miners seen at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec
A wall of miners, seen at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXZS
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fan on a miner, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
Worker checks the fan on a miner at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham
A worker checks the fan on a miner, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXZN
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXZH
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXZ8
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXZ4
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXYW
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXYK
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fan on a miner, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fan on a miner at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fan on a miner, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CRYPTO-CANADA/MINING
RTX4RXYF
February 07, 2018
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec,...
Farnham, Canada
A worker checks the fans on miners at the cryptocurrency farming operation Bitfarms in Farnham, Quebec...
A worker checks the fans on miners, at the cryptocurrency farming operation, Bitfarms, in Farnham, Quebec, Canada, February 2, 2018. Picture taken February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHY
November 12, 2013
Veterinary surgeon Krista Arnold (L) examines a dog with bite injuries during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham,...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Veterinary surgeon Krista Arnold examines a dog with bite injuries during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham...
Veterinary surgeon Krista Arnold (L) examines a dog with bite injuries during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHX
November 12, 2013
Scarlett Wight, age eight, watches as principle vet Kate Russell examines Dash the Whippet during a Vets...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Scarlett Wight watches as principle vet Kate Russell examines Dash the Whippet during a Vets Now clinic...
Scarlett Wight, age eight, watches as principle vet Kate Russell examines Dash the Whippet during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHT
November 12, 2013
Owner Mark Pizey sits with his dog Jessie the Golden-Doodle after it was treated for bite injuries during...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Owner Mark Pizey sits with his dog Jessie the Golden-Doodle after it was treated for bite injuries during...
Owner Mark Pizey sits with his dog Jessie the Golden-Doodle after it was treated for bite injuries during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHS
November 12, 2013
Owner Mark Pizey sits with his dog Jessie the Golden-Doodle after it was treated for bite injuries during...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Owner Mark Pizey sits with his dog Jessie the Golden-Doodle after it was treated for bite injuries during...
Owner Mark Pizey sits with his dog Jessie the Golden-Doodle after it was treated for bite injuries during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHR
November 12, 2013
The Wight family Aaron (L), Nicola (2nd L) , Scarlett age 8 (R) and Elias age 9 watch as principle vet...
Farnham, United Kingdom
The Wight family Aaron, Nicola, Scarlett, and Elias watch as principle vet Kate Russell examines Dash...
The Wight family Aaron (L), Nicola (2nd L) , Scarlett age 8 (R) and Elias age 9 watch as principle vet Kate Russell examines Dash the Whippet during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHQ
November 12, 2013
Principle vet Kate Russell treats Po the cat as owner Nicky Webster watches during a Vets Now clinic...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Principle vet Kate Russell treats Po the cat as owner Nicky Webster watches during a Vets Now clinic...
Principle vet Kate Russell treats Po the cat as owner Nicky Webster watches during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHP
November 12, 2013
Principle vet Kate Russell takes blood from Po the cat during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Principle vet Kate Russell takes blood from Po the cat during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham
Principle vet Kate Russell takes blood from Po the cat during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHO
November 12, 2013
Veterinary surgeon Krista Arnold examines Trevor the cat during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Veterinary surgeon Krista Arnold examines Trevor the cat during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham
Veterinary surgeon Krista Arnold examines Trevor the cat during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHN
November 12, 2013
Nicky Webster reacts as her cat Po is treated during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England,...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Nicky Webster reacts as her cat Po is treated during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham
Nicky Webster reacts as her cat Po is treated during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHM
November 12, 2013
Nicky Webster looks at Po the cat in an incubator during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England,...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Nicky Webster looks at Po the cat in an incubator during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham
Nicky Webster looks at Po the cat in an incubator during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTX15AHL
November 12, 2013
Nicky Webster looks at Po the cat in an incubator during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England,...
Farnham, United Kingdom
Nicky Webster looks at Po the cat in an incubator during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham
Nicky Webster looks at Po the cat in an incubator during a Vets Now clinic in Farnham, southern England, October 27, 2013. Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets. Vets Now treat around 100,000 animals every year in their 52 clinics across the country. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
CANADA-TRAIN/
RTX11JB7
July 10, 2013
A cyclist rides past the building of the Maine, Montreal and Atlantic Railways (MMA), whose oil-tanker...
Farnham, Canada
A cyclist rides past the building of the Maine, Montreal and Atlantic Railways (MMA), whose oil-tanker...
A cyclist rides past the building of the Maine, Montreal and Atlantic Railways (MMA), whose oil-tanker exploded last Saturday, in the town of Farnham, Quebec July 10, 2013. Sixty people are either dead or missing after the runaway train smashed into the center of the historic lakeside town of Lac Megantic and exploded early on Saturday morning. Police say 200 investigators are sifting through the charred wreckage of what they describe as a crime scene. Only 15 bodies have been recovered, none of whom have yet been identified, and relatives hold out little hope that anyone will now be found alive. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
CANADA-TRAIN/
RTX11JAU
July 10, 2013
The building of the Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railways (MMA), whose oil-tanker exploded last Saturday,...
Farnham, Canada
The Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railways building is seen in the town of Farnham, Quebec
The building of the Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railways (MMA), whose oil-tanker exploded last Saturday, is seen in the town of Farnham, Quebec, July 10, 2013. Sixty people are either dead or missing after the runaway train smashed into the center of the historic lakeside town of Lac Megantic and exploded early on Saturday morning. Police say 200 investigators are sifting through the charred wreckage of what they describe as a crime scene. Only 15 bodies have been recovered, none of whom have yet been identified, and relatives hold out little hope that anyone will now be found alive. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
CANADA-TRAIN/
RTX11JAN
July 10, 2013
A freight car for crude oil sits outside the town of Farnham, Quebec, July 10, 2013. Sixty people are...
Farnham, Canada
A freight car for crude oil sits outside the town of Farnham, Quebec
A freight car for crude oil sits outside the town of Farnham, Quebec, July 10, 2013. Sixty people are either dead or missing after the runaway train smashed into the center of the historic lakeside town of Lac Megantic and exploded early on Saturday morning. Police say 200 investigators are sifting through the charred wreckage of what they describe as a crime scene. Only 15 bodies have been recovered, none of whom have yet been identified, and relatives hold out little hope that anyone will now be found alive. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
CANADA-TRAIN/
RTX11J9M
July 10, 2013
A resident demonstrates the condition of the rail line from Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways (MMA)...
Farnham, Canada
A resident demonstrates the condition of the rail line from Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways which...
A resident demonstrates the condition of the rail line from Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways (MMA) which passes through the town of Farnham, Quebec July 10, 2013. Ed Burkhardt, the head of the company whose oil-tanker train exploded and devastated a small Quebec town, faced cries of "murderer" from furious town residents on Wednesday and said the calamity may well have resulted from crucial hand brakes on the train not being set properly. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
CANADA-TRAIN/
RTX11J9K
July 10, 2013
A resident demonstrates the condition of the rail line from Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways (MMA)...
Farnham, Canada
A resident demonstrates the condition of the rail line from Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways which...
A resident demonstrates the condition of the rail line from Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways (MMA) which passes through the town of Farnham, Quebec July 10, 2013. Ed Burkhardt, the head of the company whose oil-tanker train exploded and devastated a small Quebec town, faced cries of "murderer" from furious town residents on Wednesday and said the calamity may well have resulted from crucial hand brakes on the train not being set properly. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN-FORESTS/
RTR2IQCS
February 17, 2011
Evie Kearney smiles as she plays round a tree in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in...
Farnham, United Kingdom
A young girl plays round a tree in Alice Holt Forest in southern England
Evie Kearney smiles as she plays round a tree in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government plans for consultation on different ownership, southern England February 17, 2011. The government on Thursday scrapped its controversial plans to sell the bulk of England's publicly owned forests after intense public opposition. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-FORESTS/
RTR2IQAS
February 17, 2011
A young girl plays round a tree in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government...
Farnham, United Kingdom
A young girl plays round a tree in Alice Holt Forest in southern England
A young girl plays round a tree in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government plans for consultation on different ownership, southern England February 17, 2011. The government on Thursday scrapped its controversial plans to sell the bulk of England's publicly owned forests after intense public opposition. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-FORESTS/
RTR2IQAP
February 17, 2011
A mother and her children walk in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government...
Farnham, United Kingdom
A mother and her children walk in Alice Holt Forest in southern England
A mother and her children walk in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government plans for consultation on different ownership, southern England February 17, 2011. The government on Thursday scrapped its controversial plans to sell the bulk of England's publicly owned forests after intense public opposition. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-FORESTS/
RTR2IQAN
February 17, 2011
A young girl walks in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government plans for consultation...
Farnham, United Kingdom
A young girl walks in Alice Holt Forest in southern England
A young girl walks in Alice Holt Forest, which would have been included in the government plans for consultation on different ownership, southern England February 17, 2011. The government on Thursday scrapped its controversial plans to sell the bulk of England's publicly owned forests after intense public opposition. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
MEHRTENS
RTXJA69
October 29, 1999
New Zealand kicker and fly-half Andrew Mehrtens warms up during a training session at Wellington College...
Farnham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
New Zealand kicker and fly-half Andrew Mehrtens warms up during a training session at Wellington Col.....
New Zealand kicker and fly-half Andrew Mehrtens warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal October 29. New Zealand are due to play [France ] in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham this weekend. ??»
LOMU
RTXJA68
October 29, 1999
New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal...
Farnham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Ro.....
New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal October 29. New Zealand are due to play [France ] in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham this weekend. ??»
SPORT RUGBY
RTR130CJ
October 29, 1999
New Zealand winger Jeff Wilson warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal...
Farnham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NEW ZEALAND'S WILSON TRAINS AT WELLINGTON COLLEGE IN FARNHAM.
New Zealand winger Jeff Wilson warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal October 29. New Zealand are due to play France in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham this weekend.

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SPORT RUGBY
RTR130CC
October 29, 1999
New Zealand kicker and fly-half Andrew Mehrtens warms up during a training session at Wellington College...
Farnham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NEW ZEALAND'S MEHRTENS TRAINS AT WELLINGTON COLLEGE IN FARNHAM.
New Zealand kicker and fly-half Andrew Mehrtens warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal October 29. New Zealand play France in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham this Sunday.

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SPORT RUGBY
RTR130C9
October 29, 1999
New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal...
Farnham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NEW ZEALAND'S LOMU WARMS UP IN TRAINING SESSION IN FARNHAM.
New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu warms up during a training session at Wellington College in Farnham Royal October 29. New Zealand are due to play France in the semi finals of the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham this Sunday.

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SPORT RUGBY
RTR12ZZA
October 28, 1999
Australia's rugby team scrum-half George Gregan stretches during a training session in Farnham Royal...
Farnham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
AUSTRALIA'S GREGAN STRETCHES DURING TRAINING SESSION IN FARNHAM.
Australia's rugby team scrum-half George Gregan stretches during a training session in Farnham Royal October 28. Australia are playing South Africa in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham on Saturday.

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