"The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery" - George Cole - Longmoor Army Camp, Hampshire
Portland Mason, actress daughter of James Mason, and George Cole (Flash Harry, the school "bookie") on the footplate during location filming for "The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery" at Longmoor Army Camp, Hampshire. The camp's military railway was used for scenes from the film, in which Portland makes her screen debut as Georgina at St. Trinian's.
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Nottingham Town Hall
The Council House, made of Portland stone, was the largest stone building to be built in Britain since World War One and was opened by the Prince of Wales on 22 May 1929 Date: 1950s
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Ottawatamie Okemos Kinne-boo, Native American Indian Chief
Portrait of Ottawatamie Okemos Kinne-boo, of Shiminicon near Portland, the native American Indian Chief, who died at a great age on 5th December 1858.
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