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Images Dated 18th November 2021

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Aberdeen Football Club  1955/1956 Featured 18 Nov 2021 Image

Aberdeen Football Club  1955/1956

Aberdeen?Football Club?1955/1956 Johnny Allan, Jack Allister, Alan Boyd, Ken Brownlee, Paddy Buckley, Dave Caldwell, Jim Clunie, Norman Davidson, Archie Glen, Jack Hather, Hughie Hay, Jimmy Ingram, George Kelly, Graham Leggat, Ian MacFarlane, Fred Martin, Ian McNeill, Jimmy Mitchell, Reg Morrison, George Mulhall, Joe O'Neil, Robert Paterson, Teddy Scott, Bobby Wilson, Bob Wishart, Harry Yorston and Alec Young

© The Northcliffe Collection/ Associated Newspapers Limited

Bailey Bridge JLP01_08_051434 Featured 18 Nov 2021 Image

Bailey Bridge JLP01_08_051434

M1 Motorway, M1, Gayhurst, Milton Keynes. A Bailey bridge being erected across the main channel of the River Great Ouse near Newport Pagnell, during the construction of the London to Yorkshire Motorway (the M1).
The caption beneath the corresponding album print states The Bailey Bridge being launched is a Double-double, effective span 100'0, over the Main Ouse channel. 220,000 c/y's of excavated material will be transported over this bridge by Euclids, saving a six mile haul by road. In addition it also makes it possible to travel the full length of B3 Section on the line of the motorway

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Inauguration ceremony JLP01_08_051269 Featured 18 Nov 2021 Image

Inauguration ceremony JLP01_08_051269

M1, Junction 10, Slip End, Central Bedfordshire. Harold Watkinson, the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, setting a seal into the concrete inauguration slab for the first section of the London to Yorkshire Motorway at Slip End near Luton.
Sir Owen Williams, the Consulting Engineer, is stood next to Harold Watkinson. At the inauguration ceremony, Harold Watkinson also set off a klaxon horn as a signal to the drivers of the excavating machines to begin work. The ceremony was attended by Sir John William Laing and Sir John Maurice Laing. Among the guests were representatives of the five counties which the road will pass through

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection