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Choose from 566 pictures in our 00041 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Round the conference table in a Kirby hotel today where from the left Featured 00041 Print

Round the conference table in a Kirby hotel today where from the left

Round the conference table in a Kirby hotel today where from the left:- John Richards of Thorn Electric; Mike Brayshaw, factory manager; John Sibley, Thorn Electrics; Harold Wilson; Jack Springgs, Works Convenor; Dick Jenkins and his brother Jimmy both senior shop stewards met in the hope of bringing pressure on the firm to halt the redundancies.
January 1972
P009875

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Five big British Warships for Scrapheap. Five of the most famous ships in the British Featured 00041 Print

Five big British Warships for Scrapheap. Five of the most famous ships in the British

Five big British Warships for Scrapheap. Five of the most famous ships in the British Navy are to be broken up for scrap because they are no longer any use as fighting ships. They are the battleships, Queen Elizabeth (built 1915), Valient (1916), Nelson and Rodney (1927) and the battle cruiser Renown (1916), Even after expensive refits, the First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord Hall, told a Press Conference, they could not hope to have the speed needed for a modern fleet. "The would be of little value in any future war." he said. seven cruisers unnamed, and a number of destroyers are also to be scrapped. P009417

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The Queen chats with Capt. A.C. Farquharson of Invercauld whilst the Marquess of Aberdeen Featured 00041 Print

The Queen chats with Capt. A.C. Farquharson of Invercauld whilst the Marquess of Aberdeen

The Queen chats with Capt. A.C. Farquharson of Invercauld whilst the Marquess of Aberdeen speaks to the Duke of Edinburgh. The Marquess is Lord Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire and Chief of the Braemar Games. Left to right : The Marquis of Aberdeen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duchess of Cloucester, H.L. The Queen, H.R.H. Princess Margaret, the Royal children and Capt. A.C. Farquharson of Invercauld. September 1956 P009403

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