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01236 Collection (#5)

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Background image01236 Collection: Linda Nolan models a mini dress and bomber jacket marketed under the 'Naughty'

Linda Nolan models a mini dress and bomber jacket marketed under the "Naughty"
Linda Nolan models a mini dress and bomber jacket marketed under the " Naughty" label. 31st August 1984

Background image01236 Collection: David Bowie performs at Maine Road, Manchester City Football Club Stadium, Manchester

David Bowie performs at Maine Road, Manchester City Football Club Stadium, Manchester, as part of his Sound and Vision Tour. Set list for this show was

Background image01236 Collection: Redcar Steel complex. Almost 170 years of steel making ended on Teesside in October

Redcar Steel complex. Almost 170 years of steel making ended on Teesside in October 2015 when the firm collapsed, with the loss of more than 4, 000 jobs. (Picture) Redcar Steel works. Circa 1975

Background image01236 Collection: Supt. Lockhart and Sgt Baxter had a tricky situation to solve when they were caught by

Supt. Lockhart and Sgt Baxter had a tricky situation to solve when they were caught by the tide at Saltdean, near Brighton, while making a scene for the film to be shown February 24th

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action at Rover, assembly line deserted, in support of the first official one day

Strike action at Rover, assembly line deserted, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action at Rover, assembly line deserted, in support of the first official one day

Strike action at Rover, assembly line deserted, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Supt. Lockhart and Sgt Baxter had a tricky situation to solve when they were caught by

Supt. Lockhart and Sgt Baxter had a tricky situation to solve when they were caught by the tide at Saltdean, near Brighton, while making a scene for the film to be shown February 24th

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action at Rover, assembly line deserted, in support of the first official one day

Strike action at Rover, assembly line deserted, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971

Background image01236 Collection: Spandau Ballet perform at Rock Around The Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside

Spandau Ballet perform at Rock Around The Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside. England Pictured is lead singer Tony Hadley Picture taken 31st July 1986

Background image01236 Collection: Spandau Ballet perform at Rock Around The Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside

Spandau Ballet perform at Rock Around The Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside. England Pictured are left Martin Kemp (bass guitar) Tony Hadley (centre, singing), Gary Kemp (in her)

Background image01236 Collection: Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike

Strike action motor Industry, Birmingham, in support of the first official one day strike against the Industrial Relations Bill, Birmingham, Monday 1st March 1971



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