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Everton F.C. 1969-70 Full Squad Featured T Print

Everton F.C. 1969-70 Full Squad

Football - Everton F.C. 1969 / 1970 - Full Squad Team Group Photocall
Back row (left to right): H.Bennett, Joe Royle, Gordon West, Geoff Barnett, A.Clarke, Andy Rankin, B.Jones, David Johnson, T.Casey (trainer).
Middle row: W.Dixon (trainer), T.Hughes, Mick Lyons, F.Darcy, John Hurst, Brian Labone, Roger Kenyon, Gary Jones, Archie Styles, M.Westburgh, D.Turner, Steve Seargeant, Terry Darracott, A.Proudler (trainer).
Front row: W.Brindle, Gerry Humphreys, Jimmy Husband, Tommy Jackson, Tommy Wright, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Harry Catterick (Manager) Sandy Brown, Alan Whittle, Johnny Morrissey, Terry Owen, Howard Kendall, W.Kenny

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The Fighting Temeraire, 1839 (oil on canvas) Featured T Print

The Fighting Temeraire, 1839 (oil on canvas)

BAL444 The Fighting Temeraire, 1839 (oil on canvas) by Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851); 90.8x121.9 cm; National Gallery, London, UK; (add.info.: Tugged to her Last Berth to be Broken up; The 98-gun ship 'Temeraire' played a distinguished role in Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, after which she was known as the 'Fighting Temeraire'; the ship remained in service until 1838 when she was decommissioned and towed from Sheerness to Rotherhithe to be broken up;); English, out of copyright

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The Summer Car' of the River: Motor-launching on the Thames Featured T Print

The Summer Car' of the River: Motor-launching on the Thames

An illustration by C.E. Turner depicting the fashion for motor-boats or 'motor-launches' during the 1920s among the upper classes, enabling peaceful travel away from 'the jumbled traffic of weekend roads'. The caption reads: 'There has been much talk of late of the neglect of the river. That ther is truth in the jeremiads of the boatmen cannot be denied; and needless to say, the motor-car has come in for the chief blame. It is hardly fair, however, to put everything down to this; for it is to be feared that the weather has also played a malignant part on occasion! Given sunny days, indeed, the waters of the Thames, more particularly, retain all their attractions, and it may be added that the motor-launch is gaining in popularity every year; is becoming, in fact, the 'car' of the river. And to the motor launch must now be added the outboard motor-boat; that is to say, the comparatively small craft with detatchable motor and propellor. It may be prophesying rather far ahead, but it seems likely that, with the 'week-end' roads a jumble of traffic, the rivers will be used more and more as a summer highway.'

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