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01389 Collection

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Background image01389 Collection: Daily Mirror Treasure Hunt, Fistral Beach, Cornwall, Tuesday 7th July 1959

Daily Mirror Treasure Hunt, Fistral Beach, Cornwall, Tuesday 7th July 1959. Daily Mirror Pirates are staging a Summer treasure hunt on a tour of UK seaside resorts

Background image01389 Collection: The old Police Station behind the Town Hall, Hyde, Greater Manchester. 2nd February 1989

The old Police Station behind the Town Hall, Hyde, Greater Manchester. 2nd February 1989

Background image01389 Collection: The overgrown ski slope at Kirkby, 11 September 1975

The overgrown ski slope at Kirkby, 11 September 1975

Background image01389 Collection: Hyde town centre, Greater Manchester. 27th July 1990

Hyde town centre, Greater Manchester. 27th July 1990

Background image01389 Collection: Victorian and modern mingle in the centre of Hyde, Greater Manchester

Victorian and modern mingle in the centre of Hyde, Greater Manchester. The pleasant new square by the main shopping market. Circa 1975

Background image01389 Collection: John Major during the general election campaign, pictured getting on an aeroplane

John Major during the general election campaign, pictured getting on an aeroplane. 8th April 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister John Major surrounded by tractors during his visit to Massey Ferguson

Prime Minister John Major surrounded by tractors during his visit to Massey Ferguson Tractors at Sheerness Docks. 3rd April 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of

Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of the 1992 General Election. 30th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher returns to the Grand Hotel in Brighton

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher returns to the Grand Hotel in Brighton. She made made a surprise visit with Norman Tebbit to the official reopening of the hotel 22 months after it was blasted by an

Background image01389 Collection: Labour leader Neil Kinnock and his wife Glenys during the 1987 Election Campaign

Labour leader Neil Kinnock and his wife Glenys during the 1987 Election Campaign. 14th April 1987

Background image01389 Collection: John Cleese with Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, Graham Chapman

John Cleese with Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, Graham Chapman and Michael Palin at Monty Python photo call - September 1985

Background image01389 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II returns to the jetty at Iona, off the western coast of Scotland

Queen Elizabeth II returns to the jetty at Iona, off the western coast of Scotland, accompanied by Sir Charles MacLean of Duart. Following are the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Margaret

Background image01389 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret chat with Dr. Charles Ware at Iona Cathedral

Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret chat with Dr. Charles Ware at Iona Cathedral, off the west coast of Scotland. 13th August 1956

Background image01389 Collection: Norman Tebbit and his wife Margaret at the wedding of their son John to teacher Penny

Norman Tebbit and his wife Margaret at the wedding of their son John to teacher Penny Robinson in a ceremony at Woodford, Cheshire. May 1984

Background image01389 Collection: Kirkby Ski Slope, February 1976

Kirkby Ski Slope, February 1976

Background image01389 Collection: The Victorian bus shelter in Market Square, Hyde, opposite the Town Hall. Circa 1985

The Victorian bus shelter in Market Square, Hyde, opposite the Town Hall. Circa 1985

Background image01389 Collection: Kirkby Ski Slope, 10th June 1975

Kirkby Ski Slope, 10th June 1975

Background image01389 Collection: The Hyde shopping precinct where gangs of youths go on the rampage. 18th January 1989

The Hyde shopping precinct where gangs of youths go on the rampage. 18th January 1989

Background image01389 Collection: The Labour Party give a press conference to outline their views on defence if they ever

The Labour Party give a press conference to outline their views on defence if they ever come to power. Labour Leader Neil Kinnock and Shadow Foreign Secretary Denis Healey. 10th December 1986

Background image01389 Collection: The Royal Family visit South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

The Royal Family visit South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The family leave the jetty at Loch Skiport Pier to join the Royal Yacht. Princess Anne and Prince Charles are pictured on a boat

Background image01389 Collection: Scenes in Hyde, Greater Manchester. 27th July 1990

Scenes in Hyde, Greater Manchester. 27th July 1990

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister John Major with Field Marshal Lord Bramwall at the presentation to the PM

Prime Minister John Major with Field Marshal Lord Bramwall at the presentation to the PM of a Kalashnikov rifle at the Imperial War Museum. 3rd May 1991

Background image01389 Collection: Johnny Carroll. Comedian from Balsall Heath, Birmingham, Midlands

Johnny Carroll. Comedian from Balsall Heath, Birmingham, Midlands. Johnny achieved major national recognition when he won the New Faces talent show in 1974

Background image01389 Collection: The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election

The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election. MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Gordon Brown. 28th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Mandy Rice Davies, pictured in 1986. Marilyn Davies

Mandy Rice Davies, pictured in 1986. Marilyn Davies, known as Mandy Rice-Davies (21 October 1944 - 18 December 2014), was a Welsh model

Background image01389 Collection: Labour leader Neil Kinnock at St Thomas Hospital, London

Labour leader Neil Kinnock at St Thomas Hospital, London. He spoke to nurses and doctors, saw patients on a ward and then held a press conference

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister John Major speaking at Chequers. February 1991

Prime Minister John Major speaking at Chequers. February 1991

Background image01389 Collection: The best brains in the football business all got together with one common desire

The best brains in the football business all got together with one common desire, to put a spark back into English soccer

Background image01389 Collection: Sonny Bono & Cher, American music duo, pictured at the Royal Garden Hotel, London

Sonny Bono & Cher, American music duo, pictured at the Royal Garden Hotel, London, Monday 22nd August 1966. the couple are in the UK to perform a concert at the Finsbury Park Astoria (26th August)

Background image01389 Collection: The real Norman Tebbit stands with wax works of Mrs Thatcher

The real Norman Tebbit stands with wax works of Mrs Thatcher and himself at a preview of his wax portrait figure. 7th July 1986

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister John Major and his wife Norma visiting Grafham Water Processing Plant

Prime Minister John Major and his wife Norma visiting Grafham Water Processing Plant during the general election campaign, pictured releasing balloons. 4th April 1992

Background image01389 Collection: The real Norman Tebbit stands with a wax work of himself at a preview of his wax portrait

The real Norman Tebbit stands with a wax work of himself at a preview of his wax portrait figure. 7th July 1986

Background image01389 Collection: Paul Weller, and his band, The Jam, pictured during their final ever gig in 1982

Paul Weller, and his band, The Jam, pictured during their final ever gig in 1982. Saturday 11th December 1982 at The Brighton Centre, Brighton, Sussex. England

Background image01389 Collection: Margaret Tebbit back on the party conference scene - two years after the IRA bombing

Margaret Tebbit back on the party conference scene - two years after the IRA bombing which left her severely paralysed. Husband Norman is pushing her wheelchair in Bournemouth where the Conservative

Background image01389 Collection: Labour leader Neil Kinnock launches a new capping Red Wedge

Labour leader Neil Kinnock launches a new capping Red Wedge and The Labour Party Get Busy. The campaign is to listen and learn from young people. 12th April 1988

Background image01389 Collection: Eric Clapton singer / songwriter and guitarist performing at The Birmingham National

Eric Clapton singer / songwriter and guitarist performing at The Birmingham National
Eric Clapton singer/songwriter and guitarist performing at The Birmingham National Exhibition Centre, (NEC) in 1986. His drummer for this concert was Phil Collins

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (not pictured) and Conservative Chairman Norman Tebbit

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (not pictured) and Conservative Chairman Norman Tebbit return to the Grand Hotel in Brighton

Background image01389 Collection: Daily Mirror Treasure Hunt, Porthminster Beach, St Ives, Cornwall, Monday 6th July 1959

Daily Mirror Treasure Hunt, Porthminster Beach, St Ives, Cornwall, Monday 6th July 1959. Daily Mirror Pirates are staging a Summer treasure hunt on a tour of UK seaside resorts

Background image01389 Collection: Actress Julie Walters. 11th December 1986

Actress Julie Walters. 11th December 1986

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Conservative Chairman Norman Tebbit return to

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Conservative Chairman Norman Tebbit return to the Grand Hotel in Brighton. They made a surprise visit to the official reopening of the hotel 22 months after it

Background image01389 Collection: Phil Collins, drummer, actor, singer and songwriter, performing as drummer for his long

Phil Collins, drummer, actor, singer and songwriter, performing as drummer for his long time friend, singer/songwriter and guitarist Eric Clapton at The Birmingham National Exhibition Centre

Background image01389 Collection: Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of

Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of the 1992 General Election. 30th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of

Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of the 1992 General Election. 30th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election

The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election. Glenys Kinnock aboard the campaign aeroplane Red Rose One celebrating her husbands 50th birthday. 28th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of

Leader of the Labour Party Neil Kinnock is interviewed by David Dimbleby ahead of the 1992 General Election. 30th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election

The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election. Labour leader Neil Kinnock. 28th March 1992

Background image01389 Collection: Prime Minister John Major surrounded by tractors during his visit to Massey Ferguson

Prime Minister John Major surrounded by tractors during his visit to Massey Ferguson Tractors at Sheerness Docks. 3rd April 1992

Background image01389 Collection: The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election

The Labour Party campaigning in Scotland ahead of the 1992 General Election. Labour leader Neil Kinnock. 28th March 1992



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