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Choose from 56 pictures in our 01003 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.


The Faces featuring Rod Stewart perform at The Reading Festival Saturday August 12th 1972 Featured 01003 Image

The Faces featuring Rod Stewart perform at The Reading Festival Saturday August 12th 1972

The Faces featuring Rod Stewart perform at The Reading Festival Saturday August 12th 1972.
Picture shows guitarist Ronnie Wood and lead singer Rod Stewart
The Faces headlined the second of three nights of what was then called the 12th National Jazz, Blues & Rock Festival, and held at Richfield Avenue.
Reading, Berkshire, England, Friday 11th, Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th.
The Faces closed their set with "Maggie May", and the weekend event featured other acts such as Genesis, Elkie Brooks and Robert Palmer then in Vinegar Joe, Mungo Jerry, and Status Quo.
The Faces were Rod Stewart (lead Vocal)
Ronnie Wood, (guitar) Ronnie Lane (bass guitar) Ian McLagan (keyboards) and Kenny Jones (drums)
Picture taken 12th August 1972

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Picture shows students and lecturer at Garretts Green Technical College in Birmingham Featured 01003 Image

Picture shows students and lecturer at Garretts Green Technical College in Birmingham

Picture shows students and lecturer at Garretts Green Technical College in Birmingham pictured with their electric electronic car.
At work on the car Daryl Boardman (18) in foreground checks cars batteries, with Michael Parry (18) in drivers seat, also in the picture are Mr. John West, lecturer at the collage on the Motor Vehicle Body Courses and 18 year old Paul Radcliffe.
Photo taken 15th August 1979

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Manchester United manager Matt Busby and Coventry City manager Jimmy Hill exchange gifts Featured 01003 Image

Manchester United manager Matt Busby and Coventry City manager Jimmy Hill exchange gifts

Manchester United manager Matt Busby and Coventry City manager Jimmy Hill exchange gifts following their friendly match at Glenmalure Park, the then home of Shamrock Rovers. The teams had travel to Ireland to train whilst the snow and the cold had all but brought the domestic league to a halt. The game ended in a 2-2 draw. Circa January 1963

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