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Mark Burke, Schoolboy football player, aged 14 years old Featured 01255 Image

Mark Burke, Schoolboy football player, aged 14 years old

Mark Burke, Schoolboy football player, aged 14 years old, pupil at St Edmund Campion School, Erdington, will be signing associated schoolboy forms for Aston Villa tomorrow, on his fourteenth birthday, pictured at home in his bedroom, Friday 11th February 1983

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1980s, 1983, 20th Century, Aston Villa, Children, Football, Player, Posters, Schoolboy, Schoolchildren, Schools, Sign, Signage, Signs, Sport, The Villa

Cannon Hill Park New People Concert. 31st August 1969. They came quietly into the park Featured 01255 Image

Cannon Hill Park New People Concert. 31st August 1969. They came quietly into the park

Cannon Hill Park New People Concert. 31st August 1969. They came quietly into the park. The new generation, conforming to the new rule of looking unusual, were on another of their pilgrimages to their own
world of loud noise and little conversation.
This time the blues were free at a concert in Birmingham's Cannon Hill Park, but it could have been anywhere. The faces are not important: it is the look that counts.
Hair stands on end or hangs in limp tangles, the most switched-on clothes are bought secondhand, faded jeans are patched not because of holes but because of fashion. It is all an impersonation of dropping out - to fall without letting go, to leave off a pair of shoes but not security.
Couples huddled together under the cover of their mutually long hair and the screaming melancholy of the music. More than 1,500 new..people crowded together in a corps that does not know where it is going, only what it is leaving behind.
Our Picture Shows: The blues may be screaming and exploding but the mood is one of seriousness, serenity and sadness and that, after all, is what the blues is about. The music sounds exciting but, for the patched jeans society, the world as it seem to be one big bore

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Blackfriars Bridge, London. Looking north to south over the River Thames Featured 01255 Image

Blackfriars Bridge, London. Looking north to south over the River Thames

Blackfriars Bridge, London.
Looking north to south over the River Thames.
Blackfriars Bridge opened 19 November 1769 (the first bridge) and then the current bridge opened 6 November 1869. Central London, in the vicinity of St Paul Cathedral.
Picture shows electric trams, that by 1903 had risen to 300 being used in London, and horse and carts still being the main form of transport. The News of The World, The Daily Mail and J Sainsbury, visible in this picture, had all been established in the late 1800s. The Daily Mirror, who took this photograph, launched their first edition in November 1903
Picture taken circa 1st March 1911

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