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The scene at No.38 Dudley Road, Folkestone when a shell fired from the German batteries Featured Mirror Image

The scene at No.38 Dudley Road, Folkestone when a shell fired from the German batteries

The scene at No.38 Dudley Road, Folkestone when a shell fired from the German batteries on the French coast struck the house. Mrs Daisey Mockett was killed instantly and her eighty year old mother Margaret succumbed to her injuries at the Royal Victoria Hospital two days later. Thirteen others, including three children, were injured. Three houses were demolished, twenty were seriously damaged, and fifty slightly damaged.
10th September 1944

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Red Rum, pictured in his stable in 1988. Red Rum Featured Mirror Image

Red Rum, pictured in his stable in 1988. Red Rum

Red Rum, pictured in his stable in 1988.
Red Rum (3 May 1965 to 18 October 1995) was a champion Thoroughbred steeplechaser. He achieved an unmatched historic treble when he won the Grand National in 1973, 1974 and 1977, and also came second in the two intervening years, 1975 and 1976. The Grand National is a notoriously difficult race that has been described as "the ultimate test of a horse courage" He was also renowned for his jumping ability, having not fallen in 100 races.
Picture taken 23rd March 1988

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The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956. The race was held from the starting Featured Mirror Image

The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956. The race was held from the starting

The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956.
The race was held from the starting point at Putney Bridge on The River Thames in London, to the finish line at Chiswick Bridge in the Mortlake area of West London. The Boat Race course, known as the Championship Course is 4 miles, 374 yards or 6.8 km long.
The 102nd Boat Race took place on 24 March 1956. Held annually, the Boat Race is a side-by-side rowing race between crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge along the River Thames. In a race umpired by former rower Kenneth Payne, Cambridge won by one-and-a-quarter lengths in a time of 18 minutes 36 seconds, the fourth-quickest time in the history of the event. The victory took the overall record to 56-45 in their favour.
Picture taken 24th March 1956

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