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00366 Collection

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Background image00366 Collection: The finals of the North of England Juvenile Jazz Band Championships at Brough Park

The finals of the North of England Juvenile Jazz Band Championships at Brough Park Greyhound Stadium in Byker, Newcastle on 8th October 1972. Byker and St Peter Imperials do a classic turn

Background image00366 Collection: David Bishop, with the ball for Pontypool RFC v Australia

David Bishop, with the ball for Pontypool RFC v Australia. Copyright Western Mail and Echo Ltd. Dated 4th November 1981. *David Bishop, the scrum-half who came back after suffering a broken neck

Background image00366 Collection: Competitor in the World Gurning Competition held at the Egremont Crab Fair

Competitor in the World Gurning Competition held at the Egremont Crab Fair. 27th July 1970

Background image00366 Collection: Recruits being trained on how to manoeuvre large artillery pieces by territorial army

Recruits being trained on how to manoeuvre large artillery pieces by territorial army instructors. 25th October 1914

Background image00366 Collection: Morris dancers at Thaxted in Essex perform on the village green. June 1939 P029097

Morris dancers at Thaxted in Essex perform on the village green. June 1939 P029097

Background image00366 Collection: Demonstrators and star mingle outside the Palace Theatre, Cambridge Circus

Demonstrators and star mingle outside the Palace Theatre, Cambridge Circus, London on the opening night of Jesus Christ Superstar

Background image00366 Collection: Workman James Woods demolishing a chimney stack with his pickaxe in the shadow of St

Workman James Woods demolishing a chimney stack with his pickaxe in the shadow of St Pauls cathedral, after the building was damaged in an air raid during the Second World War. March 1942

Background image00366 Collection: Viscount Kilmuir of Creich, formerly Sir David Maxwell Fyffe

Viscount Kilmuir of Creich, formerly Sir David Maxwell Fyffe, wearing judicial robes in his office at the House of Lords after being appointed Lord Chancellor. 20th October 1954

Background image00366 Collection: Officers of The Royal Army Medical Corps are catching up on paperwork whilst the rest

Officers of The Royal Army Medical Corps are catching up on paperwork whilst the rest the platoon sleep and relax in Northern France. September 2 1914

Background image00366 Collection: Aspects of Christs relationship with the church are illustrated symbolically in

Aspects of Christs relationship with the church are illustrated symbolically in the Good Shephers service at St. Johns Chruch, sparkhill

Background image00366 Collection: Congregation giving thanks for the harvest during a service at St

Congregation giving thanks for the harvest during a service at St. Johns Church, Sparkhill. 27th September, 1956

Background image00366 Collection: 1954 Conservative Party Conference at Blackpool Left to Right Home Secretary Sir

1954 Conservative Party Conference at Blackpool Left to Right Home Secretary Sir David Maxwell Fyffe, Lord Wooton join in singing " for hes a jolly fellow" to Anthony Eden (right)

Background image00366 Collection: Home Secretary David Maxwell Fyffe greets a woman in national dress at the Welsh

Home Secretary David Maxwell Fyffe greets a woman in national dress at the Welsh Industrial Fair in Cardiff. 10th September 1952

Background image00366 Collection: Viscount Kilmuir of Creich, formerly Sir David Maxwell Fyfe

Viscount Kilmuir of Creich, formerly Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, wearing judicial robes in his office at the House of Lords after being appointed Lord Chancellor. 20th October 1954

Background image00366 Collection: Home Secretary David Maxwell Fyfe greets a woman in national dress at the Welsh

Home Secretary David Maxwell Fyfe greets a woman in national dress at the Welsh Industrial Fair in Cardiff. 10th September 1952

Background image00366 Collection: The lord Chancellor Lord Kilmuir ( David Maxwell Fyffe) seen here attending

The lord Chancellor Lord Kilmuir ( David Maxwell Fyffe) seen here attending the commoration service for the late Aneurin Bevin at Westminster Abbey 26th July 1960

Background image00366 Collection: Lord Kilmuir Lord Chancellor (Sir David Maxwell Fyffe) seen here outside 10 Downing

Lord Kilmuir Lord Chancellor (Sir David Maxwell Fyffe) seen here outside 10 Downing Street following the resignation of Anthony Eden 9th January 1957

Background image00366 Collection: A group of Canadians signalling to the front lines on the Western Front. Circa 1915

A group of Canadians signalling to the front lines on the Western Front. Circa 1915

Background image00366 Collection: British cavalry watering their horses at a river in France

British cavalry watering their horses at a river in France. Circa October 1914 Original Caption: Lancers watering their horses at a river in France. Others are seen crossiing the bridge

Background image00366 Collection: English League Division One match at Craven Cottage. Fulham 2 v Manchester United 2

English League Division One match at Craven Cottage. Fulham 2 v Manchester United 2. George Cohen of Fulham battles for the ball with Uniteds George Best. 27th March 1967

Background image00366 Collection: Biplane flying over British Patrol circa September 1914

Biplane flying over British Patrol circa September 1914

Background image00366 Collection: A women has broken into yet another field of male supremacy. A ploughed field

A women has broken into yet another field of male supremacy. A ploughed field. It is at Alderbury, near Shrewsbury, scene of the National Ploughing Championships

Background image00366 Collection: House of Straw: Brothers Paul and Jack Clark of Vale Farm, Saintbury, Mr

House of Straw: Brothers Paul and Jack Clark of Vale Farm, Saintbury, Mr. Broadway, Glos, build their straws stack in an unusual way

Background image00366 Collection: First ethnic Guardsman on duty at Buckingham Palace: Guardsman Richard Grant Stokes in

First ethnic Guardsman on duty at Buckingham Palace: Guardsman Richard Grant Stokes in the changing of the guard parade. 15th May 1988

Background image00366 Collection: Crusades annual festival at Southwark Cathedral. Our Picture Shows

Crusades annual festival at Southwark Cathedral. Our Picture Shows:Pennons of arms of the order on way to the Cathedral. 15th October 1934

Background image00366 Collection: The coracle, owing to its maneuverability, has served several purposes in the course of

The coracle, owing to its maneuverability, has served several purposes in the course of time. At one time they were used for the punishment of criminals

Background image00366 Collection: A 1902 James and Browne seen here on the promenade at Brighton at the end of the London

A 1902 James and Browne seen here on the promenade at Brighton at the end of the London to Brighton veteran car run. 1st November 1981

Background image00366 Collection: Coracle fishers on the River Teifi at Cenarth: Following a pattern evolved over two

Coracle fishers on the River Teifi at Cenarth: Following a pattern evolved over two thousand years ago, coracle builders construct the oval

Background image00366 Collection: An Oyster stall selling shell fish on the beach in front of the iconic Blackpool Tower

An Oyster stall selling shell fish on the beach in front of the iconic Blackpool Tower. Circa 1960

Background image00366 Collection: A Village street scene. Fishermen, Net menders, knitters

A Village street scene. Fishermen, Net menders, knitters and coracle builders are all at work, and yet, pervading it all is a feeling of leisure and peace

Background image00366 Collection: Morris dancer performing on the Spring Equinox. 22nd March 1972

Morris dancer performing on the Spring Equinox. 22nd March 1972

Background image00366 Collection: Gladwen Owen and Nancy Griffiths dressed in Welsh costume

Gladwen Owen and Nancy Griffiths dressed in Welsh costume and bonnets for th Battersea Easter parade. 14th April 1963

Background image00366 Collection: The great fertility rite is over. The drums are silent. Old Oss is in his stable

The great fertility rite is over. The drums are silent. Old Oss is in his stable. And after twenty-four hours of revelry the people of Padstow are sleeping. Or bathing aching feet

Background image00366 Collection: Queen Elizabeth at Sandhurst Military College for the presentation of the new colours

Queen Elizabeth at Sandhurst Military College for the presentation of the new colours seen here taking the salute. 26th June 1957

Background image00366 Collection: Coracle conference at Cenart: Following a pattern evolved over two thousand years ago

Coracle conference at Cenart: Following a pattern evolved over two thousand years ago, coracle builders construct the oval

Background image00366 Collection: Clothing: Men Kilts: There is much more to a kilt than meets the eye

Clothing: Men Kilts: There is much more to a kilt than meets the eye and draping a kilt-length round a girl is one pleasant way of proving it. Yes, it takes all that cloth to make my kilt

Background image00366 Collection: Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace. The dismounting before a sentry box

Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace. The dismounting before a sentry box, Buckingham Palace forecourt. 8th November 1968

Background image00366 Collection: England (white shirt) beat France in the International Bicycle Polo at Silhurst Park

England (white shirt) beat France in the International Bicycle Polo at Silhurst Park. Our Picture Shows An English (white) steals the ball from Frenchman in a bicycle. July 1946 P032972

Background image00366 Collection: Mr. Gordon Mackinson, seen rehearsing for the start of the World Gurning championships

Mr. Gordon Mackinson, seen rehearsing for the start of the World Gurning championships which will be held in Britain this year. 22nd January 1977

Background image00366 Collection: Alan goes on the March of the Burryman: You could forgive Alan Reid for feeling a little

Alan goes on the March of the Burryman: You could forgive Alan Reid for feeling a little prickly recently. He was taking part in the once a year ritual of wearing a made-to-measure suit

Background image00366 Collection: One of the biggest bonfires to be burnt is the huge 50 ft

One of the biggest bonfires to be burnt is the huge 50 ft. high pyre erected in to ground of the Aldersbrook Childrens Homes, Wanstead, London

Background image00366 Collection: With his bow tie and new overalls the worker cleans up after the life guards during

With his bow tie and new overalls the worker cleans up after the life guards during the Queens speech at the Opening of Parliament. 4th November 1981

Background image00366 Collection: Three fellows playing Cycle polo which was invented in County Wicklow, Ireland

Three fellows playing Cycle polo which was invented in County Wicklow, Ireland, in 1891 by retired cyclist, Richard J. Mecredy

Background image00366 Collection: Eustace Rogers builds coracles but the demand for this ancient form of transport has

Eustace Rogers builds coracles but the demand for this ancient form of transport has fallen in the past few hundred years

Background image00366 Collection: The Sovereigns Parade at the end of each term marks the passing out from Sandhurst

The Sovereigns Parade at the end of each term marks the passing out from Sandhurst of Officer Cadets who have completed the Commissioning Course During the ceremony, the Sword of Honour

Background image00366 Collection: Here are a few of the quaint survivals of other ages that still delight the town

Here are a few of the quaint survivals of other ages that still delight the town and country folk of Merrie England. Unless you want to be inverted

Background image00366 Collection: London May Queen Molly Mantell seen here during a May Day Festival in Central London

London May Queen Molly Mantell seen here during a May Day Festival in Central London. 4th May 1947

Background image00366 Collection: To cut a long story short, this is a bicycle made not for two, but twenty-two

To cut a long story short, this is a bicycle made not for two, but twenty-two. Its 35ft. long, weighs two tons when laden, and is the big wheel of the bike world



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