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Images Dated 21st June 1977

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Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Men from the 33 Signal Regiment (V) at the Alamein Centre, Huyton

Men from the 33 Signal Regiment (V) at the Alamein Centre, Huyton, leaving the Barracks to line the Queens route in St Helens during her Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II makes her way back to St Helens Town Hall after inspecting the guard

Queen Elizabeth II makes her way back to St Helens Town Hall after inspecting the guard of honour, St Helens, Merseyside on 21st June 1977. The Queen celebrated her Jubilee year this year, 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II plants a silver birth tree in the aromatic gardens, St Helens

Queen Elizabeth II plants a silver birth tree in the aromatic gardens, St Helens, Merseyside on 21st June 1977. She is watched by the Mayor. The Queen celebrated her Jubilee year this year, 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Flowers by the box load being carried into Stanley Park, Bootle

Flowers by the box load being carried into Stanley Park, Bootle, in preparation for the Queens visit this afternoon, during her Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in Liverpool during the Silver

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in Liverpool during the Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Children from Stockbridge Lane Infant School, Huyton, about to line the route

Children from Stockbridge Lane Infant School, Huyton, about to line the route on Liverpool Road, Huyton, for the Queens visit during the Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh talks to the Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh talks to the Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt. Rec David Sheppard and Dean Patey during the Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh are driven though South Park, Bootle

Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh are driven though South Park, Bootle, Liverpool in their Land Rover. Picture Taken 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visit the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visit the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Liverpool, 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Eye to Eye with 'Rosie'is Marion Lea. Rosie is actually eating the leaf

Eye to Eye with "Rosie"is Marion Lea. Rosie is actually eating the leaf
Eye to Eye with " Rosie" is Marion Lea. Rosie is actually eating the leaf. June 1977 P012635

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Royal Iris moves long the River Mersey. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh applaud the entertainers outside the Metropolitan Cathedral. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, watch the gymnastics display in Bootles South Park. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Queen chats to partially sighted Lorraine Green (11) from whom she received the bouquet in St

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Royal party as it passes along Liverpool Road, Huyton. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Mayor of Sefton, Councillor Peggy Beeston with the Queen. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. With the Lord Mayor, Councillor Paul Orr, and the Lady Mayoress sitting behind them

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in Liverpool during the Silver

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in Liverpool during the Silver Jubilee Tour. 21st June 1977

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. The Queen meets Bootle Jubilee Queen Pat Cooney, aged 12, on the right is Miss May Logan, who runs the Bootle Childrens Charity

Background imageImages Dated 21st June 1977: Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour

Queen Elizabeth II in Liverpool during her Silver Jubilee Tour. An embarrassing moment as the Queens detective moves an eager onlooker away from the Royal party. 21st June 1977


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