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Mount Rushmore Being Carved (1932)

Specifically this is the head of George Washington. Just look at the size comparison between America’s first president and those construction workers.

The First Ever Walmart (1962)

Hard to imagine that from this simple image emerged a supermarket global empire. Also note that this is the first colour photo we’ve included in this article so far.

Construction Of The Statue Of Liberty (1884)

What’s even more amazing about this image is it shows the statue being constructed in Paris. We wonder how they delivered it to America. We’re pretty sure Fed-Ex wasn’t around back then.

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969)

No, this is not the famous Abbey Road photo simply reversed. It’s the Beatles walking the other way across the now-famous zebra crossing (here’s the album cover itself. Note the position of the white Beetle in both images). Don’t think this is anything special? Well in 2012, the photo sold at auction for $25,000 US.

Titanic Survivors Boarding The RMS Carpathia (1912)

Not everyone perished on that fateful day in 1912 when the Titanic went down. Here we can see some of the survivors being rescued by the RMS Carpathia.

Titanic’s Iceberg (1912)

Speaking of the Titanic, this is thought to be the very iceberg that sealed the famous ship’s fate. It even appears to have some dents in it.

Family Photo Left On The Moon (1972)

This family photo was left on the moon by Apollo 16 astronaut Charles Duke in 1972. It’s even sealed up to keep it protected.

The First Photo Of Outer Space (1946)

How could they possibly take a photo of the Earth from space before there was even a space program? The story goes that soldiers attached a camera to a missile before it was launched. Take that Google Maps. Speaking of which…

Google Team (1999)

Who knew how much this relatively modest team at Google headquarters would go on to revolutionise the way we use the internet?

he MGM Lion (1929)

You know that lion roaring at the beginning of old films? Yep, this is the moment these cameraman captured that iconic movie intro.

Hitler’s Bunker (1945)

This is thought to be the first photograph taken of Adolf Hitler’s underground bunker after his death. Doesn’t it just send chills down your spine?

Golden Gate Bridge Under Construction (1937)

This must have been such a mammoth task to undertake. Who would have thought it would eventually be declared one of the wonders of the modern world?

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