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Images Dated 7th March 1979

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Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground

European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest 4 v Grasshopper Zurich 1. Tony Woodcock attempts to shake off a marker. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Ready for walkies. Charlie the dog in his boots. March 1979 P009042

Ready for walkies. Charlie the dog in his boots. March 1979 P009042

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Young boy blowing bubbles. 7th March 1979

Young boy blowing bubbles. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today

Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today, to get herself in the mood for tomorrows " Song for Europe" contest at the Royal Albert Hall. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Actress Diana Rigg who is in a wheelchair due to a problem with her spine 1979

Actress Diana Rigg who is in a wheelchair due to a problem with her spine 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Catch of the day. Old man Thames gave a rich harvest when fishermen at the Westminster

Catch of the day. Old man Thames gave a rich harvest when fishermen at the Westminster part of the river landed forty fish in four hours

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Animals - Dogs - Alsatians. Gun Dog Xian gets his teeth into his work. March 1979 P000596

Animals - Dogs - Alsatians. Gun Dog Xian gets his teeth into his work. March 1979 P000596

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today

Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today, to get herself in the mood for tomorrows " Song for Europe" contest at the Royal Albert Hall. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today

Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today, to get herself in the mood for tomorrows " Song for Europe" contest at the Royal Albert Hall. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today

Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today, to get herself in the mood for tomorrows " Song for Europe" contest at the Royal Albert Hall. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today

Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters, took in the sunshine in Hyde Park today, to get herself in the mood for tomorrows " Song for Europe" contest at the Royal Albert Hall. 7th March 1979

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground

European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest 4 v Grasshopper Zurich 1. ForestOs Scottish midfield maestro Archie Gemmill bewitches a pair of Grasshoppers defenders

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground

European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest 4 v Grasshopper Zurich 1. John Robertson sends Swiss goalkeeper Berbig the wrong way as he dispatches a perfect

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground

European Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest 4 v Grasshopper Zurich 1. Garry Birtles readies himself for some near-post action as the Grasshoppers Zurich defence

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Catch of the day. Old man Thames gave a rich harvest when fishermen at the Westminster

Catch of the day. Old man Thames gave a rich harvest when fishermen at the Westminster part of the river landed forty fish in four hours

Background imageImages Dated 7th March 1979: Catch of the day. Old man Thames gave a rich harvest when fishermen at the Westminster

Catch of the day. Old man Thames gave a rich harvest when fishermen at the Westminster part of the river landed forty fish in four hours


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