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West Indian immigrants arriving in the United Kingdom on the last day before the new Featured 01202 Print

West Indian immigrants arriving in the United Kingdom on the last day before the new

West Indian immigrants arriving in the United Kingdom on the last day before the new immigration act came in to law. A small boy waits beside his families luggage at Waterloo Station. 30th June 1962

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Mr Lal Summerton (right) of Kensington, Liverpool, holds up a large Hake which was part Featured 01202 Print

Mr Lal Summerton (right) of Kensington, Liverpool, holds up a large Hake which was part

Mr Lal Summerton (right) of Kensington, Liverpool, holds up a large Hake which was part of the first consignment of fish to arrive at the Liverpool Wholesale Fish Market's temporary premises in the Stanley Abattoir. Looking on are Mr Tommy Allen and Mr Joe Smith. All three have been in the fish trade for many years and are employed by John Duncan, one of the firms occupying the new site. 8th January 1966

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The first London International Inventions Exhibition, held at London' Featured 01202 Print

The first London International Inventions Exhibition, held at London'

The first London International Inventions Exhibition, held at London's Royal Horticultural New Hall, Westminster. Pictured, an invention that will be a boon to anglers, is this silent ground bait dispenser. A metal cup on the end of an extending arm will place an approximate handful of bait up to 15ft from the operator's position, demonstrated here by the inventor Mr Hugh Knight from Sussex. 6th January 1969

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