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Choose from 110 pictures in our 00385 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Five smiling dancers who were breaking new ground with the Caprian Amateur Operatic Featured 00385 Image

Five smiling dancers who were breaking new ground with the Caprian Amateur Operatic

Five smiling dancers who were breaking new ground with the Caprian Amateur Operatic and Drama Society, back in April 1970.
For the society was the first amateur group in the Tyneside area to tackle the musical farce A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum which was presented for six nights at the Gateshead Little Theatre.
The dancers are from left, Catherine Lazenby, Pam Johnson, Enid Stafford, Margaret Davis and Carol Bannerman
16 April 1970

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In contrast to all the steam loco's, the World Record holding diesel High Speed train Featured 00385 Image

In contrast to all the steam loco's, the World Record holding diesel High Speed train

In contrast to all the steam loco's, the World Record holding diesel High Speed train brings up the end of the cavalcade through Heightington Station, on the Shildon to Darlington line at the 150 anniversary celebrations on 31st August 1975

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1970s, 1975, 20th Century, Diesel, Engines, Journey, Large Group Of People, Mixed Age Range, Public Transport, Rails, Railways, Station, Trains

Vigier, as the two teams clash in Cardiff in 1958. Full-back Terry Davies kicked a 50 Featured 00385 Image

Vigier, as the two teams clash in Cardiff in 1958. Full-back Terry Davies kicked a 50

Vigier, as the two teams clash in Cardiff in 1958. Full-back Terry Davies kicked a 50 yard penalty goal and wing John Collins scored a try, but the spoils went to France who won their first game at Cardiff Arms Park 50 years after first trying to do so. Tries by Pierre Danos and Pierre Tarricq, both converted by fly-half Labazuy, to which outstanding full-back Michel Vannier added two dropped goals, sealed Wales's fate

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