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00617 Gallery

Choose from 48 pictures in our 00617 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.


Dunmow Flitch procession through the streets of Dunmow, Essex Featured 00617 Image

Dunmow Flitch procession through the streets of Dunmow, Essex

Dunmow Flitch procession through the streets of Dunmow, Essex. Dunmow holds a four-yearly ritual of the "Flitch Trials", in which couples must convince a jury of six local bachelors and six local maidens that, for a year and a day, they have never wished themselves unwed. If successful the couple are paraded along the High Street and receive a flitch of bacon. 11th July 1963

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Angry residents fighting plans to build on their only recreational land might as well not Featured 00617 Image

Angry residents fighting plans to build on their only recreational land might as well not

Angry residents fighting plans to build on their only recreational land might as well not bother - the work has started. Liverpool City Council has cast aside its own regulations and begun a housing office development BEFORE the planning application is even heard. Mrs Olive Wilson of Tuebrook is one of several residents invited to put their objections next month to councillors deciding on the application. She has a 370-name petition against the development on land behind Larkhill Library, where bulldozers have already started working. 23rd May 1986

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Wanted: Tenants for Britain's oldest council house. You' Featured 00617 Image

Wanted: Tenants for Britain's oldest council house. You'

Wanted: Tenants for Britain's oldest council house. You'd never think that Tue Brook House in West Derby belonged to the corpie. Built in 1615, it has seen wars and peace through centuries of history and watched Liverpool grow from a village to become one of the country's busiest ports. 17th October 1980

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