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Singer Phil Collins & wife Jill Travelman (right) at London Heathrow Airport Featured 01158 Print

Singer Phil Collins & wife Jill Travelman (right) at London Heathrow Airport

Singer Phil Collins & wife Jill Travelman (right) at London Heathrow Airport. Phil Collins is about to board a Concorde flight to USA, in order to perform at the JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, in the Live Aid concert. Phil has already performed at the corresponding Live Aid show at Wembley Stadium. 13th July 1985

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Three one-armed bandits which have been marooned for a weekend at Clevedon, Somerset Featured 01158 Print

Three one-armed bandits which have been marooned for a weekend at Clevedon, Somerset

Three one-armed bandits which have been marooned for a weekend at Clevedon, Somerset, were rescued by boat. But four other slot machines had to be left behind when choppy seas made the operation too dangerous. Piermaster Bernard Faraway, aged 50, led the rescue operation. The pier head was cut off from the mainland a week ago when a 200ft section of the pier collapsed during safety tests. A survey ordered by Clevedon Councils being carried out to decide whether to repair or demolish the 1000ft long pier. Bernard is pictured with Roy Lovelock and Bill Cooke. 23rd October 1970

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Hundreds of people were drenched by heavy rain as they pulled Concorde around an airfield Featured 01158 Print

Hundreds of people were drenched by heavy rain as they pulled Concorde around an airfield

Hundreds of people were drenched by heavy rain as they pulled Concorde around an airfield at the end of a rope. They were making a record breaking attempt at raising money for physically and mentally handicapped children. The idea came from the Wickford Rotary Club. The plan is one of the static display aircraft on exhibition at the Duxford, Imperial War Museum. 9th September 1983

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