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Prefab Bungalow. Prefab Housing... Mrs Baker gets to know her new Featured 01038 Image

Prefab Bungalow. Prefab Housing... Mrs Baker gets to know her new

Prefab Bungalow.
Prefab Housing...
Mrs Baker gets to know her new kitchen.
Mr and Mrs Baker have moved into their £250
Prefab Bungalow.
There are 4 pictures in this E31650 picture set
**No other caption details available for this picture.
The picture is taken in The United Kingdom, possibly England, but we are not sure exactly where as no caption information for this.**
Picture taken 21st April 1954

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Queen Elizabeth II opens London City Airport, to the East of London Featured 01038 Image

Queen Elizabeth II opens London City Airport, to the East of London

Queen Elizabeth II opens London City Airport, to the East of London.
Here the Queen talks to airport staff and officials, about the opening of
The London City Airport.
London City Airport is an international airport in London. It is located in the Royal Docks in the London Borough of Newham, approximately 11 km; (6.9 mi) East of the City of London. It has a single 1, 500-metre
runway
The airport was first proposed in 1981 by Reg Ward, who was Chief Executive of the newly formed London Docklands Development Corporation (LDDC) that was responsible for the regeneration of the area.
Construction began on the site in 1983, with Charles, Prince of Wales laying the foundation stone of the terminal building, in May 1986. The first aircraft landed on 31 May 1987, with the first commercial services operating from 26 October 1987. Queen Elizabeth II officially opened London City Airport in November of the same year.
London City served over 4.3 million passengers in 2015
Picture taken 5th November 1987

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Footballer Robin Friday poses at Elm Park, home ground of Reading FC Featured 01038 Image

Footballer Robin Friday poses at Elm Park, home ground of Reading FC

Footballer Robin Friday poses at Elm Park, home ground of Reading FC, shortly after signing a professional contract for the Fourth Division Club.
Manager Charlie Hurley had registered the amateur forward to play in the Football League on 23 January 1974 and gave him his first-team debut four days later.
Following several eye catching performances he was offered a professional contract by the club which he signed on February 6th.
Pictures taken: 20th February 1974

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