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Images Dated 27th September 1970

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Images Dated 27th September 1970: 1970 Imola
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: 1970 Imola
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson arrive at the Young Vic Theatre for a
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Washing day for Orient Girls football team. 27th September 1970
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: HMS Bristol built by Swan Hunter & Tyne Shipbuilders Ltd. and launched on 30 June 1969
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: The tanker Esso Hibernia, built by Swan Hunter in Wallsend and was launched in April 1970
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke forward is fouled by
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson are appearing in the play '
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson arrive at the Young Vic Theatre for a
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Don t look now, Deidre, but that nasty ball is coming our way
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: A ships hull being built by Swan Hunter in Wallsend. 27 / 09 / 70
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: HMS Bristol built by Swan Hunter & Tyne Shipbuilders Ltd. and launched on 30 June 1969
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke forward putting Arsenal
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke forward Burrows
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Arsenal defender Frank McLintock
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke goalkeeper Farmer leaps up
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke goalkeeper Farmer blocks a
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke centre Ritchie heads to
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Arsenal full back Pat Rice
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke gforward putting pressure
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Conroy scores Stoke
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: English League Division match Stoke City v Arsenal Elated Stoke player Ritchie
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson are appearing in the play '
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson are appearing in the play '
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson arrive at the Young Vic Theatre for a
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Actress Una Stubbs and her husband Nicky Henson arrive at the Young Vic Theatre for a
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Don t look now, Deidre, but that nasty ball is coming our way
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: Washing day for Orient Girls football team. 27th September 1970
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: HMS Bristol built by Swan Hunter & Tyne Shipbuilders Ltd. and launched on 30 June 1969
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Images Dated 27th September 1970: The tanker Esso Hibernia, built by Swan Hunter in Wallsend and was launched in April 1970

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