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Featured Liverpool Print

Beauty Contests - Miss UK - Brighton

Miss UK contestants line up in Brighton ready for the final. Back row, from left; Gina Kerr (Bournemouth), Linda Gallagher (Scotland), Geraldine Fuller (Yorkshire), Lynn Combes (Isle of Wight), Jacqui Copland (North-East Scotland), Tracy Dodds (Manchester), Caroline Bell (Blackpool), Tracey Gunn (Miss Photogenic), Karen Cresswell (Tyne Tees) and Valerie Hopper (Brighton). Middle row, from left; Karen Stannard (Cardiff); Tanya Turnbull (Liverpool), Tracy Macmunn (Avon), Jayne Simpsom (Cumbria), Geraldine Mcgrory (Northern Ireland), Judith Hall (Newcastle), Diane Inglis (Walsall), May Monaghan (Glasgow), Susan Walker (Greater London) and Jennifer White (Berkshire). Front row, from left; Julie Duckworth (England), Anne Marie Woodhall (Birmingham), Lindsay Nuttall (Kent), Janet O'Shea (Cheshire), Joy Welsh (Plymouth), Denise Dicken (Wimbourne), Karen Gosling (Surrey), Kim Ashfield (Wales), Nikki Wright (Poole), and Amanda Juste (Buckinghamshire).

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Beauty Contests - Miss UK - Blackpool

Fifteen girls in bathing costumes were chosen at Blackpool's Open Air Bath to take part in the finals of Miss United Kingdom 1967.From left to right: Vicki Hayward (Miss Birmingham); Linda Foulder (Miss Bolton); Marion Jenkins (Miss Bristol); Jeanette Meakins (Miss Central London); Jennifer Lewis (Miss England); Grace Baxter (Miss Hull); Barbara Ponsford (Miss Leeds); Jacqui McCann (Miss Liverpool); Jennifer Gurley (Miss Manchester); Lena McGarvey (Miss Scotland); Nina Scott (Miss Sheffield); Diane Grey (Miss Streatham); Joan Ashley (Miss Tottenham); Carol Richmond (Miss Wakefield) and Denise Page (Miss Wales).

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'Travelling on the Liverpool and Machester Railway', 1831, (1945). Creator: SG Hughes

'Travelling on the Liverpool and Machester Railway', 1831, (1945). Steam locomotives on the Liverpool & Manchester Railway (L&MR), which first opened in 1830 under the supervision of its chief engineer, George Stephenson. The first train is the locomotive 'Jupiter' hauling first class covered carriages and a mail coach. Below, the locomotive 'North Star' hauls open-topped second class carriages. From "British Railways", by Arthur Elton. [Collins, London, 1945]