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Images Dated 3rd April 1991

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Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana, HRH The Princess of Wales, sings along to the song '

Princess Diana, HRH The Princess of Wales, sings along to the song " Blaydon Races" at Callaly House, Home for the Elderly in Northumbria, North East England

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: The towers of ICI Billingham across the roofs of St Hildas Estate. 3rd April 1991

The towers of ICI Billingham across the roofs of St Hildas Estate. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Picture of the Valley, home ground of Charlton Athletic Football club

Picture of the Valley, home ground of Charlton Athletic Football club, which is awaiting the teams return after being abandoned in 1985. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: It wouldn t happen in Soccer! Roseberry ladies hockey team came back with the silver

It wouldn t happen in Soccer! Roseberry ladies hockey team came back with the silver wear after losing in a tournament in Holland

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana has a laugh with some local builders during her

HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana has a laugh with some local builders during her Royal Tour of the North East of England

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Former Middlesbrough hairdresser Mike Forbes is convinced he is on to a winner with his

Former Middlesbrough hairdresser Mike Forbes is convinced he is on to a winner with his £ 250, 000 conversion of a historic Cleveland mill

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Arsenal 5 v. Aston Villa 0. Arsenals Paul Davis (no

Arsenal 5 v. Aston Villa 0. Arsenals Paul Davis (no.8) scores to put Arsenal 5 points clear at Highbury. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Chimp April 1991

Chimp April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana, HRH The Princess of Wales, claps and applauds the sing a along

Princess Diana, HRH The Princess of Wales, claps and applauds the sing a along, after joining in to sing " Blaydon Races" for the Elderly in Northumbria, North East England

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Arsenal 5 v. Aston Villa 0. Arsenals Paul Davis (no

Arsenal 5 v. Aston Villa 0. Arsenals Paul Davis (no.8) celebrates his goal with Anders Limpar and Alan Smith (left) as they go 5 points clear at Highbury. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Katherine Mundy, 8, hands flowers to Princess Diana on her visit to St Peters Basin, Newcastle. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Chris Eubank WBO Middleweight Boxing Champion

Chris Eubank WBO Middleweight Boxing Champion

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Princess Diana meets residents of the sheltered housing complex Callaly Way, Walker, Newcastle. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Diana visiting St Peters Basin, Newcastle. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Workmen from Barratt Homes down tools to watch the royal visit at St Peters Basin, Newcastle. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Princess Diana meets Newcastle Chronicle & Journal stafff at Thomson House. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Workmen from Barratt Homes down tools to greet the princess at St Peters Basin, Newcastle. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Lee McAndrew presents the princess with some flowers. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits)

Princess Diana the Princess of Wales. (North East visits). Princess Diana meeting the public at St Peters Basin, Newcastle. 3rd April 1991

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Reflective belt material

Reflective belt material
Light micrograph in interference contrast illumination of a reflective material used in safety clothing. The material is retro-reflective

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Crystals of silver on copper wire

Crystals of silver on copper wire
Light micrograph in incident illumination of crystalline silver deposited on a copper wire. Copper wire is suspended in a solution of silver nitrate

Background imageImages Dated 3rd April 1991: Light micrograph of picric acid crystals

Light micrograph of picric acid crystals
Light micrograph in interference contrast illumination of picric acid crystals. Picric acid is an explosive, and is commonly used in home-made bombs. Magnification x200 at 35mm size


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