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Choose from 38 pictures in our 00663 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.


Brighouse police had more than 1000 people in their cells in one dayA¿ A¿d all of them Featured 00663 Image

Brighouse police had more than 1000 people in their cells in one dayA¿ A¿d all of them

Brighouse police had more than 1000 people in their cells in one day? ?d all of them wanted to be there. A glimpse in the cells was just one of a number of attractions in the station's first open day. ?other was a police motorcycle and PC John Sharp is pictured showing James (left) and Michael Bush how all the controls worked. Community PC Chris Helme put on a display about the history of the station from the turn of the century, while people also had the chance to find out about crime prevention. Static displays dealt with the problem of drugs, say no strangers, Calderdale victim support group and the work of the police community involvement unit. Children were encouraged to enter a couple of road safety competitions. ?e visitors were also given an insight into a police dogs and horses are used to control hostile crowds. 7th August 1988

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An 8st killer snake was let loose at Kirkburton CofE Primary School Featured 00663 Image

An 8st killer snake was let loose at Kirkburton CofE Primary School

An 8st killer snake was let loose at Kirkburton CofE Primary School... and children stroked it. Hector, a 20ft-long python, visited children taking part in the Summer Safari scheme organised by Kirklees Countryside Services. The youngsters were able to stroke Hector, being held here by safari helper Gary Lawford, and later the python was let loose in the school's grounds. Said Colne Valley Countryside Project Officer Mr Mike O'Roarke: "Pythons are capable to killing humans if the are annoyed. But Hector is very timid and perfectly safe if handled by experts. The idea was to give youngsters some awareness of wildlife and the scheme has included playing games and activities connected with wild animals and safari" Hector is owned by a Penistone colleague of Mr O'Roarke. 3rd August 1988

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George Henry Lee's building in Church Street. Marks Featured 00663 Image

George Henry Lee's building in Church Street. Marks

George Henry Lee's building in Church Street. Marks and Spencer is occupying the next block. Church Street is one of Liverpool's shopping areas. Church Street, Liverpool, Merseyside. 30th October 1989

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1980s, 20th Century, Architecture, Church Street, Ice Cream Van, Liverpool, Merseyside, People, Ratners, Retail, Shop, Shopping, Shops, Street