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Images Dated 12th August 1981

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Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers at the roller disco at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade

Young holidaymakers at the roller disco at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. 12th August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: PC Nigel Barber speaks with a young boy, during patrol pod the streets of Cambridge

PC Nigel Barber speaks with a young boy, during patrol pod the streets of Cambridge, 12th August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his

Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his offices in Paddington London 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his

Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his offices in Paddington London 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement

Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, where they play free for two and a half hours after paying an entrance fee of 30p

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Workmen busily building a new scorebox at Middlesbrough

Workmen busily building a new scorebox at Middlesbroughs home of top class cricket - Acklam Park. 12th August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Danby agricultural show, Pat Dodsworth of Helmsley, with Tom

Danby agricultural show, Pat Dodsworth of Helmsley, with Tom who won the Tup class of the Jacobs sheep. 12th August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement

Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, where they play free for two and a half hours after paying an entrance fee of 30p

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement

Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, where they play free for two and a half hours after paying an entrance fee of 30p

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement

Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, where they play free for two and a half hours after paying an entrance fee of 30p

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers at the roller disco at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade

Young holidaymakers at the roller disco at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. 12th August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement

Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, where they play free for two and a half hours after paying an entrance fee of 30p

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers at the roller disco at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade

Young holidaymakers at the roller disco at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. 12th August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement

Young holidaymakers play the video machines at the James Corrigan seafront amusement arcade, Scarborough, where they play free for two and a half hours after paying an entrance fee of 30p

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis enjoy a holiday in Cornwall

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis enjoy a holiday in Cornwall August 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his

Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his offices in Paddington London 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his

Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his offices in Paddington London 1981

Background imageImages Dated 12th August 1981: Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his

Rock Star Ian Dury poses during an exclusive interview for the Daily Mirror in his offices in Paddington London 1981


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