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SPACE-EXPLORATION/DEFENSE
RTSCM1VG 
October 26, 2022 
The U.S. Department of Defense prepares to launch a sounding rocket from NASA's launch range at Wallops... 
Wallops Island, UNITED STATES 
The U.S. Department of Defense launches a sounding rocket from NASA's launch range at Wallops Flight... 
The U.S. Department of Defense prepares to launch a sounding rocket from NASA's launch range at Wallops Flight Facility carrying hypersonic weapon experiments that will inform the development of the hypersonic class of weapons, on Wallops Island, Virginia, U.S., October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein 
SPACE-EXPLORATION/DEFENSE
RTSCM1VE 
October 26, 2022 
The U.S. Department of Defense prepares to launch a sounding rocket from NASA's launch range at Wallops... 
Wallops Island, UNITED STATES 
The U.S. Department of Defense launches a sounding rocket from NASA's launch range at Wallops Flight... 
The U.S. Department of Defense prepares to launch a sounding rocket from NASA's launch range at Wallops Flight Facility carrying hypersonic weapon experiments that will inform the development of the hypersonic class of weapons, on Wallops Island, Virginia, U.S., October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein 
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
RTS9CM6Q 
July 07, 2022 
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - July 7, 2022 Sound... 
London, United Kingdom 
Wimbledon 
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - July 7, 2022 Sound engineers watch Prime Minister Boris Johnson make a statement on a television screen REUTERS/Hannah Mckay 
PEOPLE-DEPP/
RTS76R5G 
April 19, 2022 
Sound engineer Keenan Wyatt testifies during a hearing at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse as actor... 
Fairfax, UNITED STATES 
Johnny Depp defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard continues in Fairfax, Virginia 
Sound engineer Keenan Wyatt testifies during a hearing at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse as actor Johnny Depp's defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard continues, in Fairfax, Virginia, U.S., April 19, 2022. Jim Watson/Pool via REUTERS 
PEOPLE-DEPP/
RTS76R5H 
April 19, 2022 
Sound engineer Keenan Wyatt testifies during a hearing at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse as actor... 
Fairfax, UNITED STATES 
Johnny Depp defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard continues in Fairfax, Virginia 
Sound engineer Keenan Wyatt testifies during a hearing at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse as actor Johnny Depp's defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard continues, in Fairfax, Virginia, U.S., April 19, 2022. Jim Watson/Pool via REUTERS 
LEONE-MUSICIAN/
RTX8AQ6Z 
November 20, 2020 
A sound engineer mixes a track by Sierra Leonean musician Emmerson Bockarie at a studio in Freetown,... 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 
A sound engineer mixes a track by Sierra Leonean musician Emmerson Bockarie at a studio in Freetown 
A sound engineer mixes a track by Sierra Leonean musician Emmerson Bockarie at a studio in Freetown, Sierra Leone October 31, 2020. Picture taken October 31, 2020. REUTERS/Cooper Inveen 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O74E 
August 07, 2020 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing... 
Minsk, Belarus 
People take part in a flash mob in Minsk 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O6WB 
August 07, 2020 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing... 
Minsk, Belarus 
People take part in a flash mob in Minsk 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O6UY 
August 07, 2020 
People form a heart shape with their hands during a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained... 
Minsk, Belarus 
People take part in a flash mob in Minsk 
People form a heart shape with their hands during a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O6TQ 
August 07, 2020 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing... 
Minsk, Belarus 
People take part in a flash mob in Minsk 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O6TL 
August 07, 2020 
A man takes part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing... 
Minsk, Belarus 
A man takes part in a flash mob in Minsk 
A man takes part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O6RY 
August 07, 2020 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing... 
Minsk, Belarus 
People take part in a flash mob in Minsk 
People take part in a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
BELARUS-ELECTION/
RTX7O6RL 
August 07, 2020 
A woman reacts during a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing... 
Minsk, Belarus 
A woman reacts during a flash mob in Minsk 
A woman reacts during a flash mob in support of two sound engineers detained on August 6 after playing the song "Change" by the Soviet-era group "Kino", the unofficial campaign anthem of presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, at a pro-government festival, in Minsk, Belarus August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTS1SEU0 
May 20, 2018 
Light and sound engineers work on their control mixers during a concert at the Malta World Music Festival... 
Valetta, Malta 
Light and sound engineers work on their control mixers during a concert at the Malta World Music Festival... 
Light and sound engineers work on their control mixers during a concert at the Malta World Music Festival at Fort St Elmo in Valletta, Malta May 19, 2018. Picture taken May 19, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
USA-TRADE/CHINA-PRODUCTS
RTX5TGL1 
April 19, 2018 
A detail of the Harley-Davidson brand name is photographed on the motorcycle of Guo Qingshan in his village... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Trade tensions with U.S. testing Chinese consumers 
A detail of the Harley-Davidson brand name is photographed on the motorcycle of Guo Qingshan in his village outside Beijing, China, April 7, 2018. "I love the sound of the engine and the muscle of the motor. When I ride it, I feel free and proud," Guo said. However, Guo has his limits. If prices rise, Guo said he wouldn't contemplate buying another Harley. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "TRADE PRODUCTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-TRADE/CHINA-PRODUCTS
RTX5TGIV 
April 19, 2018 
Guo Qingshan poses on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle in his village outside Beijing, China, April 7,... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Trade tensions with U.S. testing Chinese consumers 
Guo Qingshan poses on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle in his village outside Beijing, China, April 7, 2018. "I love the sound of the engine and the muscle of the motor. When I ride it, I feel free and proud," Guo said. However, Guo has his limits. If prices rise, Guo said he wouldn't contemplate buying another Harley. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "TRADE PRODUCTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5J9UO 
April 07, 2018 
A sound engineer and a rock band prepare for a concert in a music club in Prague, Czech Republic, April... 
Prague, Czech Republic 
A sound engineer and a rock band prepare for a concert in a music club in Prague 
A sound engineer and a rock band prepare for a concert in a music club in Prague, Czech Republic, April 7, 2018. REUTERS/David W Cerny 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX3K7GG 
November 28, 2017 
Britain's Prince Charles sounds the whistle on a restored steam engine during a visit to Middleport Pottery... 
STOKE-ON-TRENT, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Charles sounds the whistle on a restored steam engine during a visit to Middleport Pottery... 
Britain's Prince Charles sounds the whistle on a restored steam engine during a visit to Middleport Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, Britain, November 28, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIO-STATION
RTS1AQE7 
August 07, 2017 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at the Al-Ghad Studio in Erbil, Iraq August 3, 2017. Picture... 
Erbil, Iraq 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at the Al-Ghad Studio in Erbil 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at the Al-Ghad Studio in Erbil, Iraq August 3, 2017. Picture taken August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Khalid Al-Mousily 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIO-STATION
RTS1AQE4 
August 07, 2017 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at the Al-Ghad Studio in Erbil, Iraq August 3, 2017. Picture... 
Erbil, Iraq 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at the Al-Ghad Studio in Erbil 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at the Al-Ghad Studio in Erbil, Iraq August 3, 2017. Picture taken August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Khalid Al-Mousily 
MONGOLIA-MUSIC/
RTX3DCUW 
July 29, 2017 
Hip pop singers Sanjjav Baatar (L), Battogtokh Odsaikhan of a band called Fish Symboled Stamp and a sound... 
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 
Hip pop singers Sanjjav Baatar and Battogtokh Odsaikhan of a band called Fish Symboled Stamp and a sound... 
Hip pop singers Sanjjav Baatar (L), Battogtokh Odsaikhan of a band called Fish Symboled Stamp and a sound engineer adjust a mixing console in a recording studio in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia June 24, 2017. Picture taken June 24, 2017. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/MEDIA
RTS14X3U 
May 03, 2017 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11,... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11, 2017. Picture taken on April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/MEDIA
RTS14X3S 
May 03, 2017 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11,... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade 
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11, 2017. Picture taken on April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/MEDIA
RTS14X3N 
May 03, 2017 
Sound engineer works inside Studio B radio station in Belgrade April 11, 2017. Picture taken April 11,... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
Sound engineer works inside Studio B radio station in Belgrade 
Sound engineer works inside Studio B radio station in Belgrade April 11, 2017. Picture taken April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic 
CANADA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX33RJT 
April 02, 2017 
Sound Engineer Jason Dufour and Nes arrive on the red carpet for the 2017 Juno Awards in Ottawa, Ontario,... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Sound Engineer Jason Dufour and Nes arrive on the red carpet for the 2017 Juno Awards in Ottawa 
Sound Engineer Jason Dufour and Nes arrive on the red carpet for the 2017 Juno Awards in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, April 2, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Wattie 
AWARDS-CESARS/
RTS10SLJ 
February 28, 2017 
French sound engineers Marc Engels, Fred Demolder, Sylvain Rety and Jean-Paul Hurier pose during a photocall... 
Paris, France 
French sound engineers Engels, Demolder, Rety and Hurier pose during a photocall after receiving the... 
French sound engineers Marc Engels, Fred Demolder, Sylvain Rety and Jean-Paul Hurier pose during a photocall after receiving the Best Sound Award for the film "L'Odyssee" (The Odyssey) at the 42nd Cesar Awards ceremony in Paris, France, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
AWARDS-CESARS/
RTS10SLI 
February 28, 2017 
French sound engineers Marc Engels, Fred Demolder, Sylvain Rety and Jean-Paul Hurier pose during a photocall... 
Paris, France 
French sound engineers Engels, Demolder, Rety and Hurier pose during a photocall after receiving the... 
French sound engineers Marc Engels, Fred Demolder, Sylvain Rety and Jean-Paul Hurier pose during a photocall after receiving the Best Sound Award for the film "L'Odyssee" (The Odyssey) at the 42nd Cesar Awards ceremony in Paris, France, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
AWARDS-OSCARS/LUNCHEON
RTX2ZX41 
February 06, 2017 
Sound engineer Jeffrey J. Haboush arrives at the 89th Oscars Nominee Luncheon in Beverly Hills, California,... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Sound engineer Jeffrey J. Haboush arrives at the 89th Oscars Nominee Luncheon in Beverly Hills 
Sound engineer Jeffrey J. Haboush arrives at the 89th Oscars Nominee Luncheon in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., February 6, 2017. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
TECH-AUDIO/
RTX29IPB 
April 11, 2016 
Jerry Harvey of the U.S., a sound engineer who pioneered the invention of earbuds in a series of customized... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Sound engineer Harvey poses for a portrait during the CanJam headphone and personal audio expo in Singapore... 
Jerry Harvey of the U.S., a sound engineer who pioneered the invention of earbuds in a series of customized in-ear monitors for rock band Van Halen in the nineties, poses for a portrait during the CanJam headphone and personal audio expo in Singapore February 21, 2016. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
AWARDS-GRAMMYS/
RTX272NM 
February 15, 2016 
Shawn Everett poses with his award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes "Sound... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Shawn Everett poses with his award during the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles 
Shawn Everett poses with his award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes "Sound & Color" during the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
AWARDS-GRAMMYS/
RTX272NK 
February 15, 2016 
Shawn Everett poses with his award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes "Sound... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Shawn Everett poses with his award during the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles 
Shawn Everett poses with his award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes "Sound & Color" during the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
AWARDS-GRAMMYS/
RTX272LW 
February 15, 2016 
Shawn Everett accepts the award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes' "Sound &... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Shawn Everett accepts the award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes' "Sound &... 
Shawn Everett accepts the award for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical for Alabama Shakes' "Sound & Color" at the 58th Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony in Los Angeles, California February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
AWARDS-BAFTAS/
RTX26WWZ 
February 14, 2016 
The sound engineers of The Revenant pose after winning their awards for best sound at the British Academy... 
London, United Kingdom 
The sound engineers of The Revenant pose after winning their awards for best sound at the British Academy... 
The sound engineers of The Revenant pose after winning their awards for best sound at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards at the Royal Opera House in London, February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
AWARDS-BAFTAS/
RTX26WW4 
February 14, 2016 
The sound engineers of The Revenant pose after winning their awards for best sound at the British Academy... 
London, United Kingdom 
The sound engineers of The Revenant pose after winning their awards for best sound at the British Academy... 
The sound engineers of The Revenant pose after winning their awards for best sound at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards at the Royal Opera House in London, February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AWARDS-OSCARS/
RTX261XV 
February 08, 2016 
Sound engineer Chris Jenkins arrives at the 88th Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills, California... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Chris Jenkins arrives at the 88th Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills 
Sound engineer Chris Jenkins arrives at the 88th Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills, California February 8, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION
RTX23HA4 
January 22, 2016 
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso... 
PORTER RANCH, UNITED STATES 
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso... 
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso Canyon storage field where gas has been leaking in Porter Ranch, California, United States, January 21, 2016. Long before the leak, utilities and national industry groups were raising alarms about the danger of aging underground storage infrastructure. Under state regulations, the leaking well’s owner, Southern California Gas, faces a maximum penalty of $25,000 for the leak near Los Angeles, which is unprecedented in scale. The well has spewed methane - a potent greenhouse gas - since October and displaced thousands of people in nearby Porter Ranch. Pakucko moved into a hotel with his girlfriend after experiencing headaches, a hurt throat, watering eyes, and a persistent cough after the gas began to leak. To match Exclusive LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION
RTX23HA2 
January 22, 2016 
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso... 
PORTER RANCH, UNITED STATES 
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso... 
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso Canyon storage field where gas has been leaking in Porter Ranch, California, United States, January 21, 2016. Long before the leak, utilities and national industry groups were raising alarms about the danger of aging underground storage infrastructure. Under state regulations, the leaking well’s owner, Southern California Gas, faces a maximum penalty of $25,000 for the leak near Los Angeles, which is unprecedented in scale. The well has spewed methane - a potent greenhouse gas - since October and displaced thousands of people in nearby Porter Ranch. Pakucko moved into a hotel with his girlfriend after experiencing headaches, a hurt throat, watering eyes, and a persistent cough after the gas began to leak. To match Exclusive LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
RUSSIA-AIRSHOW/
RTX1PJMQ 
August 25, 2015 
A visitor takes a picture of a Tupolev Tu-144 commercial supersonic transport aircraft on display at... 
Zhukovsky, Russia 
Visitor takes picture of Tupolev Tu-144 commercial supersonic transport aircraft on display at MAKS International... 
A visitor takes a picture of a Tupolev Tu-144 commercial supersonic transport aircraft on display at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, Russia, August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov 
NETHERLANDS-GAS/GRONINGEN
RTR4RNMT 
March 01, 2015 
An exterior view of the 13th-century Maria church in Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells... 
Westerwijtwerd, Netherlands 
An exterior view of the 13th-century Maria church in Westerwijtwerd 
An exterior view of the 13th-century Maria church in Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells that for centuries have tolled to warn of floods across the low-lying countryside are sounding the alarm for a new threat: earthquakes linked to Europe's largest natural gas field. "Money can buy a lot of things, but a building like this cannot be replaced," said Jur Bekooy, a civil engineer with the Groningen Old Churches Association, pointing to cracks in the ceiling and walls of Maria Church. Long ignored, voices like Bekooy's are being heard as elections loom this month and following a damning report from the independent Dutch Safety Board. It accused the government and the field's operators, Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil Corp, of ignoring the threat of earthquakes linked to the massive Groningen gas field for years. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: RELIGION BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY) 
NETHERLANDS-GAS/GRONINGEN
RTR4RNMP 
March 01, 2015 
An exterior view of the 13th-century Maria church in Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells... 
Westerwijtwerd, Netherlands 
An exterior view of the 13th-century Maria church in Westerwijtwerd 
An exterior view of the 13th-century Maria church in Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells that for centuries have tolled to warn of floods across the low-lying countryside are sounding the alarm for a new threat: earthquakes linked to Europe's largest natural gas field. "Money can buy a lot of things, but a building like this cannot be replaced," said Jur Bekooy, a civil engineer with the Groningen Old Churches Association, pointing to cracks in the ceiling and walls of Maria Church. Long ignored, voices like Bekooy's are being heard as elections loom this month and following a damning report from the independent Dutch Safety Board. It accused the government and the field's operators, Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil Corp, of ignoring the threat of earthquakes linked to the massive Groningen gas field for years. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: RELIGION BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY) 
NETHERLANDS-GAS/GRONINGEN
RTR4RNL7 
March 01, 2015 
Jur Bekooy points to the growing cracks in the ceiling and walls of the 13th-Century Maria Church in... 
Westerwijtwerd, Netherlands 
Bekooy points to the growing cracks in the ceiling and walls of the 13th-Century Maria Church in the... 
Jur Bekooy points to the growing cracks in the ceiling and walls of the 13th-Century Maria Church in the village of Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells that for centuries have tolled to warn of floods across the low-lying countryside are sounding the alarm for a new threat: earthquakes linked to Europe's largest natural gas field. "Money can buy a lot of things, but a building like this cannot be replaced," said Bekooy, a civil engineer with the Groningen Old Churches Association, pointing to cracks in the ceiling and walls of Maria Church. Long ignored, voices like Bekooy's are being heard as elections loom this month and following a damning report from the independent Dutch Safety Board. It accused the government and the field's operators, Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil Corp, of ignoring the threat of earthquakes linked to the massive Groningen gas field for years. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: RELIGION BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY) 
NETHERLANDS-GAS/GRONINGEN
RTR4RNL6 
March 01, 2015 
Jur Bekooy speaks to Reuters about the growing cracks in the ceiling and walls of the 13th-Century Maria... 
Westerwijtwerd, Netherlands 
Bekooy speaks to Reuters about the growing cracks in the ceiling and walls of the 13th-Century Maria... 
Jur Bekooy speaks to Reuters about the growing cracks in the ceiling and walls of the 13th-Century Maria Church in the village of Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells that for centuries have tolled to warn of floods across the low-lying countryside are sounding the alarm for a new threat: earthquakes linked to Europe's largest natural gas field. "Money can buy a lot of things, but a building like this cannot be replaced," said Bekooy, a civil engineer with the Groningen Old Churches Association, pointing to cracks in the ceiling and walls of Maria Church. Long ignored, voices like Bekooy's are being heard as elections loom this month and following a damning report from the independent Dutch Safety Board. It accused the government and the field's operators, Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil Corp, of ignoring the threat of earthquakes linked to the massive Groningen gas field for years. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: RELIGION BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY) 
NETHERLANDS-GAS/GRONINGEN
RTR4RNIS 
March 01, 2015 
A view of a crack in the ceiling of the 13th-century Maria Church in Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015.... 
Westerwijtwerd, Netherlands 
A view of a crack in the ceiling of the 13th-century Maria Church in Westerwijtwerd 
A view of a crack in the ceiling of the 13th-century Maria Church in Westerwijtwerd February 24, 2015. Dutch church bells that for centuries have tolled to warn of floods across the low-lying countryside are sounding the alarm for a new threat: earthquakes linked to Europe's largest natural gas field. "Money can buy a lot of things, but a building like this cannot be replaced," said Jur Bekooy, a civil engineer with the Groningen Old Churches Association, pointing to cracks in the ceiling and walls of Maria Church. Long ignored, voices like Bekooy's are being heard as elections loom this month and following a damning report from the independent Dutch Safety Board. It accused the government and the field's operators, Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil Corp, of ignoring the threat of earthquakes linked to the massive Groningen gas field for years. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: RELIGION BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY) 
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AUSTRALIA-STEAMTRAIN/
RTR4CHWH 
November 02, 2014 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes empties a wheelbarrow of ash removed from the smokebox... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes empties a wheelbarrow of ash removed from the smokebox... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes empties a wheelbarrow of ash removed from the smokebox of locomotive 6A as he prepares to retire the engine for the night in its shed at Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 17, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
AUSTRALIA-STEAMTRAIN
RTR4CHWG 
November 02, 2014 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes (R), 61, washes his face alongside fireman Chris Reynolds... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes washes his face alongside fireman Chris Reynolds following... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes (R), 61, washes his face alongside fireman Chris Reynolds following a run on the footplate at Belgrave near Melbourne, October 17, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
AUSTRALIA-STEAMTRAIN
RTR4CHWF 
November 02, 2014 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, wipes down locomotive 6A after running a train back... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes wipes down locomotive 6A after running a train back to... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, wipes down locomotive 6A after running a train back to Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 17, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
AUSTRALIA-STEAMTRAIN
RTR4CHWE 
November 02, 2014 
Puffing Billy steam 6A prepares to leave Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 17, 2014. While the... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam 6A prepares to leave Belgrave station near Melbourne 
Puffing Billy steam 6A prepares to leave Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 17, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT TRAVEL) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, climbs out of the inspection pit alongside locomotive... 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes climbs out of the inspection pit alongside locomotive... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, climbs out of the inspection pit alongside locomotive 6A at Belgrave near Melbourne, October 17, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, laughs as he drives locomotive 12A from Lakeside... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes laughs as he drives locomotive 12A from Lakeside to Belgrave... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, laughs as he drives locomotive 12A from Lakeside to Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, drinks a cup of tea as he waits for the signal for... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes drinks a cup of tea as he waits for the signal for the... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, drinks a cup of tea as he waits for the signal for the train to depart from Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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People line the tracks to greet a Puffing Billy steam train as it rides along the line from Belgrave... 
LAKESIDE, Australia 
People line the tracks to greet a Puffing Billy steam train as it rides along the line from Belgrave... 
People line the tracks to greet a Puffing Billy steam train as it rides along the line from Belgrave to Lakeside near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes (L), 61, reverses his locomotive 12A off his train guided... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes reverses his locomotive 12A off his train guided by fireman... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes (L), 61, reverses his locomotive 12A off his train guided by fireman Barry Rogers, 70, after running their train to Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, speaks to other crew members in the morning light... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes speaks to other crew members in the morning light as he... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, speaks to other crew members in the morning light as he inspects his locomotive before running a train from Belgrave near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, drinks a cup of tea as Belgrave Station master Neil... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes drinks a cup of tea as Belgrave Station master Neil Kingswood... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, drinks a cup of tea as Belgrave Station master Neil Kingswood signals for the train to depart from Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes (C), 61, washes oil and grime off his hands after running... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes washes oil and grime off his hands after running a train... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes (C), 61, washes oil and grime off his hands after running a train with fireman Barry Rogers (L), 70, in the locomotive shed at Belgrave near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, walks out of the shade of the locomotive shed at... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes walks out of the shade of the locomotive shed at the end... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, walks out of the shade of the locomotive shed at the end of his shift running a steam passenger train at Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Tourists at the Puffing Billy railway have their picture taken before their train is set to leave Belgrave... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Tourists at the Puffing Billy railway have their picture taken before their train is set to leave Belgrave... 
Tourists at the Puffing Billy railway have their picture taken before their train is set to leave Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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A Puffing Billy maintanence worker pulls the coupler of steam locomotive 12A before being assigned to... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy maintanence worker pulls the coupler of steam locomotive 12A before being assigned to a... 
A Puffing Billy maintanence worker pulls the coupler of steam locomotive 12A before being assigned to a passenger train at Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, walks with his cup of tea in hand towards the cab... 
Belgrave, Australia 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes walks with his cup of tea in hand towards the cab of locomotive... 
Puffing Billy steam engine driver Steve Holmes, 61, walks with his cup of tea in hand towards the cab of locomotive 12A at Belgrave station near Melbourne, October 20, 2014. While the discovery of steam power 200 years ago powered the Industrial Revolution, the world long ago shunted most steam trains onto the sidings of history. But in one small corner of rural Australia, the sights, sounds and smells of the Industrial Revolution remain very much alive. In the picturesque Dandenong Ranges on the eastern outskirts of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is Australia's last steam engine railway. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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