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Background imagePreston Collection: Sir Tom Finneys The Splash Outside Deepdale

Sir Tom Finneys The Splash Outside Deepdale
Sir Tom Finneys The Splash fountain lights up blue at Deepdale. Unveiled by Sir Tom Finney himself on 31 July 2004, the stadium. Sir Tom made 569 first-class appearances for PNE

Background imagePreston Collection: PNE Lift The Sky Bet League One Play Off Trophy 24 / 05 / 2015

PNE Lift The Sky Bet League One Play Off Trophy 24 / 05 / 2015
Preston North End lift the Sky Bet league One Play Off Final Trophy. On pitch celebrations, Jermaine Beckford slides in front of team mates with the match ball after his play-off final hat-trick

Background imagePreston Collection: On A Dark Night, Deepdale Shines Bright

On A Dark Night, Deepdale Shines Bright
PNEs Deepdale shining bright thanks to the floodlights. Preston North End v Brentford SkyBet Championship match at Deepdale

Background imagePreston Collection: Preston Docks, Lancashire

Preston Docks, Lancashire
A wonderful photograph showing the Bardic Ferry unloading British Road Services trucks while docked at the quayside in Preston, Lancashire. Photograph by Heinz Zinram

Background imagePreston Collection: Horrockses Crewdson & Co

Horrockses Crewdson & Co
Traffic passing the smoking chimneys of Horrockses, Crewdson & Co. Centenary Cotton Mills, Preston. The factory windows are illuminated

Background imagePreston Collection: Masters of Malvern College

Masters of Malvern College
Illustration by Fred May showing the Headmaster of Malvern College, Mr Frank S. Preston, taking a roll-call of some of his staff. Malvern College is an independent school in Worcestershire, England

Background imagePreston Collection: West Brom Football Team

West Brom Football Team
WEST BROMWICH ALBION The team that beat Preston North End in the FA Cup Final at Kennington Oval, March 24th 1888, by 2-1

Background imagePreston Collection: Preston North End Team Photo 2018 / 2019

Preston North End Team Photo 2018 / 2019
Preston North End Team Photo 2018/2019

Background imagePreston Collection: Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson Celebrate In Front Of Fans

Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson Celebrate In Front Of Fans
A part colour, part black and white photo of Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson celebrating their success in front of PNE fans at Wembley Preston North End Play-Off Final v Swindon Town

Background imagePreston Collection: Sir Tom Finneys The Splash Fountain At Deepdale

Sir Tom Finneys The Splash Fountain At Deepdale
Sir Tom Finneys The Splash fountain lights up blue at Deepdale. Unveiled by Sir Tom Finney himself on 31 July 2004, the stadium. Sir Tom made 569 first-class appearances for PNE

Background imagePreston Collection: Jermaine Beckford Celebrates With PNE Fans At Wembley

Jermaine Beckford Celebrates With PNE Fans At Wembley
PNEs Jermaine Beckford celebrates another goal at Wembley as they clinch promotion to the Championship. Preston North End Play-Off Final v Swindon Town

Background imagePreston Collection: George Mutch scores for Preston North End at the FA Cup Fina

George Mutch scores for Preston North End at the FA Cup Fina
Photograph of George Mutch scoring a penalty to make the score 1-0 for Preston North End against Huddersfield Town in the last minute of the FA Cup Final, 30th April 1938

Background imagePreston Collection: Andy Keogh, Wolves vs Preston North End, 10 / 1 / 09

Andy Keogh, Wolves vs Preston North End, 10 / 1 / 09
Andrew Keogh, Wolves

Background imagePreston Collection: Floodlights Shine Down On Deepdale

Floodlights Shine Down On Deepdale
The pitch at Deepdale is lit up by the floodlights in preparation for a night match at Deepdale. The Sir Tom Finney stand can be seen in the background ad the club crest in the forefront

Background imagePreston Collection: PNEs Sir Tom Finney in his last game

PNEs Sir Tom Finney in his last game
Preston North Ends Sir Tom Finney is tackled by Alan Daniel, a Luton Town defender during his last game. Tom was marked out of the game

Background imagePreston Collection: Aerial View of the F. A. Cup Final at Stamford Bridge, 1922

Aerial View of the F. A. Cup Final at Stamford Bridge, 1922
Aerial photograph of Stamford Bridge Football ground during the 1922 F.A. Cup Final between Huddersfield Town and Preston North End

Background imagePreston Collection: Horrockses, Crewdson & Co Ltd, Preston, Lancashire

Horrockses, Crewdson & Co Ltd, Preston, Lancashire, office and factory -- trade design. 1920

Background imagePreston Collection: Sunderland win FA Cup 1937

Sunderland win FA Cup 1937
George VI and Queen Elizabeth present the FA Cup to Raich Carter, captain of the winning Sunderland team after the cup final at Wembley against Preston North End. 1937

Background imagePreston Collection: PNEs Paul Huntington Celebrates Play-Off Final Success

PNEs Paul Huntington Celebrates Play-Off Final Success
Football - Preston North End v Swindon Town - Sky Bet Football League One Play-Off Final - Wembley Stadium - 14/15 - 24/5/15 Prestons Paul Huntington celebrates winning the final

Background imagePreston Collection: Cotton weavers at their looms, Preston, Lancashire

Cotton weavers at their looms, Preston, Lancashire
Women operating cotton weaving looms at the works of Messrs Horrockses, Crewdson and Co Ltd of Preston, Lancashire

Background imagePreston Collection: Cotton weaving shed, Preston, Lancashire

Cotton weaving shed, Preston, Lancashire
A huge cotton weaving shed at the works of Messrs Horrockses, Crewdson and Co Ltd of Preston, Lancashire, with people at work

Background imagePreston Collection: Whittingham Asylum, near Preston, Lancashire

Whittingham Asylum, near Preston, Lancashire
Female quarters at Whittingham Asylum, Cumeragh Lane, Goosnargh, near Preston, Lancashire. The asylum, designed by Henry Littler of Manchester, opened in 1873 as the Lancashire County Lunatic Asylum

Background imagePreston Collection: A Picture WITH Words by Chloe Preston

A Picture WITH Words by Chloe Preston
A studious looking little girl with spectacles balanced on her nose, sits among dictionaries as she works on countless crosswords

Background imagePreston Collection: Pitch View From The Bill Shankley Cop

Pitch View From The Bill Shankley Cop
Looking from the Bill Shankley Cop towards the Invincibles on the left, Alan Kelly Town End ahead and the Sir Tom Finney Stand on the right

Background imagePreston Collection: Jermaine Beckford Scores His Second Goal At Wembley

Jermaine Beckford Scores His Second Goal At Wembley
Preston North Ends Jermaine Beckford scores his sides third goal of the game during the Sky Bet League One Play Off Final at Wembley Stadium, London

Background imagePreston Collection: Joe Garner Celebrates With Play-Off Final Trophy, 2015

Joe Garner Celebrates With Play-Off Final Trophy, 2015
Joe Garner celebrating with the play-off final trophy at Wembley after gaining promotion to the Championship. Preston North End Play-Off Final v Swindon Town

Background imagePreston Collection: PNE Fans Make Some Noise Against Bolton Wanderers

PNE Fans Make Some Noise Against Bolton Wanderers
PNE fans in the Alan Kelly Town End on their feel and making noise as PNE take on Bolton Wanderers as Deepdale. PNE v Bolton Wanderers, Saturday 1st September 218

Background imagePreston Collection: Sir Tom Finney Shows Off His Skills In A Training Session

Sir Tom Finney Shows Off His Skills In A Training Session
Preston North Ends Sir Tom Finney shows off his skills at a training session

Background imagePreston Collection: Jermaine Beckford Celebrated One Of Three Goals In The Final

Jermaine Beckford Celebrated One Of Three Goals In The Final
Jermaine Beckford celebrating one of his three goals against Swindon Town at Wembley for the League One Play-Off Final. Preston North End Play-Off Final v Swindon Town

Background imagePreston Collection: PNEs Joe Garner Celebrates Promotion Back To The Championship

PNEs Joe Garner Celebrates Promotion Back To The Championship
Football - Preston North End v Swindon Town - Sky Bet Football League One Play-Off Final - Wembley Stadium - 24/5/15 Preston North Ends Joe Garner celebrates winning the final

Background imagePreston Collection: David Edwards, Wolves vs Preston North End, 10 / 1 / 09

David Edwards, Wolves vs Preston North End, 10 / 1 / 09
David Edwards, Wolves

Background imagePreston Collection: Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Wolves vs Preston North End, 10 / 1 / 09

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Wolves vs Preston North End, 10 / 1 / 09
Wolves Sylvan Ebanks-Blake celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game

Background imagePreston Collection: King James I knights a tasty loin of beef - Arise Sir Loin

King James I knights a tasty loin of beef - Arise Sir Loin
King James I knights a tasty loin of beef at Hoghton Tower, near Preston, Lancashire, in 1617. Historians are somewhat unsurpringly divided as to the likelihood and validity of this tale

Background imagePreston Collection: Collared from Cruft s! by Chloe Preston

Collared from Cruft s! by Chloe Preston
This image depicts a young girl trying to walk several dogs at once. Date: 20th February 1929

Background imagePreston Collection: The Square, Poulton Le Fylde, Lancashire

The Square, Poulton Le Fylde, Lancashire
The Square, Poulton Le Fylde, Preston, Lancashire, England. Date: 1906

Background imagePreston Collection: Langho Colony, Ribblesdale, Lancashire

Langho Colony, Ribblesdale, Lancashire
Aerial view of the Langho Colony set up in 1906 by the Chorlton and Manchester Unions for the treatment of patients suffering from epilepsy

Background imagePreston Collection: Greenhalgh Castle, Garstang, Lancashire

Greenhalgh Castle, Garstang, Lancashire
Greenhalgh Castle, Garstang, Preston, Lancashire, England. Date: 1920s

Background imagePreston Collection: Ribby Road, Kirkham, Lancashire

Ribby Road, Kirkham, Lancashire
Ribby Road, Kirkham, Preston, near Warton, Lancashire, England. Date: 1900s

Background imagePreston Collection: Death Plaque in the name of David Harrison

Death Plaque in the name of David Harrison. E. Carter Preston

Background imagePreston Collection: Harris Orphanage, Preston, Lancashire

Harris Orphanage, Preston, Lancashire
The Harris Orphanage at Fulwood, Preston. The orphanage, which opened in 1888, was founded as a result of a bequest by local solicitor Edmund Robert Harris. Date: Circa 1905

Background imagePreston Collection: Preston Guild in 1902

Preston Guild in 1902

Background imagePreston Collection: Preston Friargate early 1900s

Preston Friargate early 1900s

Background imagePreston Collection: HORROCKSES MILLS

HORROCKSES MILLS
Horrockses, Crewsdon & Co, Centenary Cotton Mills, Preston. Date: 1925

Background imagePreston Collection: Deepdale Duck Shakes Hands With Young Fan

Deepdale Duck Shakes Hands With Young Fan
PNEs team mascot Deepdale Duck shakes hands with a young fan in the crowd. Preston North End v Bolton Wanderersy SkyBet Championship match at Deepdale

Background imagePreston Collection: Fish Eye View Of Deepdale

Fish Eye View Of Deepdale
The view of Deepdale from the Invincibles stand, with the Alan Kelly Town End on the left, Sir Tom Finney Stand ahead and the Bill Shankley Cop to the right

Background imagePreston Collection: The Pitch At Deepdale Lies In Wait

The Pitch At Deepdale Lies In Wait
On a glorious day, PNEs home ground, Deepdale in preparation of an afternoon match. The Invincibles stand can be seen in the background

Background imagePreston Collection: PNE Historian Unveils New Permanent Memorial At Deepdale

PNE Historian Unveils New Permanent Memorial At Deepdale
PNE historian Ian Rigby stands next the new memorial at Deepdale. The plaque lists the 21 names of former pne players and reserves and registered amateurs that lost their lives in WWI

Background imagePreston Collection: Preston Hall Hospital, Aylesford, Kent

Preston Hall Hospital, Aylesford, Kent
Preston Hall Hospital, Aylesford, near Larkfield, Kent, England. Date: 1920s



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"Preston: A City of Football Legends and Victories" From Sir Tom Finney's iconic "The Splash Outside Deepdale" to PNE lifting the Sky Bet League One Play Off Trophy on 24/05/2015, it has always been a city that shines bright in the world of football. On a dark night, Deepdale illuminates with pride as its team takes center stage. Located near Preston Docks in Lancashire, this vibrant city is home to passionate fans who rally behind their beloved team. The Preston North End Team Photo of 2018/2019 showcases the unity and determination that drives them forward. Preston's rich history extends beyond football. Horrockses Crewdson & Co, once an influential textile manufacturer, left an indelible mark on the city's heritage. Just like West Brom Football Team did when they faced off against PNE at Deepdale. Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson became synonymous with celebration as they jubilantly reveled in front of adoring fans. These Masters of Malvern College showcased their skills and prowess on the field, leaving spectators awestruck. At Wembley Stadium, Jermaine Beckford etched his name into Preston folklore by scoring his second goal amidst floodlights shining down on Deepdale. His celebration with PNE fans was a testament to the unbreakable bond between players and supporters. In every corner of Preston, from its historic landmarks to its bustling streets, there is an undeniable sense of pride for their footballing achievements. This caption encapsulates just some glimpses into what makes this city so special – legends created at Deepdale under shimmering lights and unforgettable moments shared between players and devoted fans alike.