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Images Dated 13th October 1986

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Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: WRC 1986: Rally San Remo

WRC 1986: Rally San Remo
OCTOBER 13: Mauro Pregliasco / Alessandro Cavalleri, Fiat Uno during the Rally San Remo on October 13, 1986. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: WRC 1986: Rally San Remo

WRC 1986: Rally San Remo
OCTOBER 13: Peugeot 205 during the Rally San Remo on October 13, 1986. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Tunnelling for sponsorship cash is four-year old Helen Copley who took part in an

Tunnelling for sponsorship cash is four-year old Helen Copley who took part in an obstacle course at Lindley Playgroup this morning

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: WRC 1986: Rally San Remo

WRC 1986: Rally San Remo
OCTOBER 13: Malcolm Wilson and Nigel Harris during the Rally San Remo on October 13, 1986. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: WRC 1986: Rally San Remo

WRC 1986: Rally San Remo
OCTOBER 13: Miki Biasion / Tiziano Siviero, Lancia Delta S4 during the Rally San Remo on October 13, 1986. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: WRC 1986: Rally San Remo

WRC 1986: Rally San Remo
OCTOBER 13: Bruno Saby / Jean-Francois Fauchille, Peugeot 205 during the Rally San Remo on October 13, 1986. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: WRC 1986: Rally San Remo

WRC 1986: Rally San Remo
OCTOBER 13: Juha Kankkunen and Ari Vatanen during the Rally San Remo on October 13, 1986. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Smithfield Market, Birmingham, Published Monday 13th October 1986

Smithfield Market, Birmingham, Published Monday 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Jewish faith lesson for Rawthorpe children. Pupils of Rawthorpe C of E Infants School

Jewish faith lesson for Rawthorpe children. Pupils of Rawthorpe C of E Infants School learn about the Jewish faith from Miss Joy Albinson

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Nicholas Ridley cuts the ribbon to open the MetroCentre watched by (left to right

Nicholas Ridley cuts the ribbon to open the MetroCentre watched by (left to right) Sir Douglas Lovelock, First Church Estate Commisioner, John Hall and Coun. George Gill, leader of Gateshead Council

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Champagne was flowing and the smiles were glowing when the MetroCentre celebrated its

Champagne was flowing and the smiles were glowing when the MetroCentre celebrated its finest hour yesterday. More than 1, 000 guests and VIPs - flown in from all over the country

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip - State Visit to China The Queen visits

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip - State Visit to China The Queen visits the Beijing Kindergarden, China October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip - The Queen with Chinese President Li Xiannian review

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip - The Queen with Chinese President Li Xiannian review guard of honour at the welcoming ceremony at Beijing, China. October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: 25th Anniversary of the Gateshead MetroCentre - first shops started trading 23 April 1986

25th Anniversary of the Gateshead MetroCentre - first shops started trading 23 April 1986, official opening 13 October 1986 - Town crier Mike Chitterden announces that the shop are open 13 October

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session

England manager Bobby Robson during an England training session. 13th October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Queen Elizabeth II and husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Queen Elizabeth II and husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, talk to each other by the Great Wall of China during the state visit October 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Phil Vowles with a cabbage which he watered with beer 1986

Phil Vowles with a cabbage which he watered with beer 1986

Background imageImages Dated 13th October 1986: Phil Vowles with a cabbage which he watered with beer 1986

Phil Vowles with a cabbage which he watered with beer 1986


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