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Choose from 353 pictures in our 00104 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.


Imran Khan and society heiress Jemima Goldsmith stand for photographers after their Featured 00104 Image

Imran Khan and society heiress Jemima Goldsmith stand for photographers after their

Imran Khan and society heiress Jemima Goldsmith stand for photographers after their wedding at Richmond Register Office Jemima daughter of multi millionaire Sir James Goldsmith wore a cream skirt and matching jacket designed by Bruce Oldfield

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1990s, Celebrations, Cricket, Player, Sport, Traditions, Wedding

Rolling Stones in Green Park, London, for a photocall 11th January 1967 Featured 00104 Image

Rolling Stones in Green Park, London, for a photocall 11th January 1967

Rolling Stones in Green Park, London, for a photocall 11th January 1967
Picture taken a few days before the Stones's infamous appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in New York, 15 January 1967, when the band had to change the lyrics of their new single Let's Spend the Night Together due to censorship. The band's fifth studio album Between the Buttons was released in the UK on 20 January 1967.
Some of the other photographers in this picture, though not identified, include Fiona Adams (1935-2020)
Reg Childs, Ron Falloon (1940-2017), Monte Fresco (1936-2013),
Trevor Humphries, Jimmy Jackson, Terry Kirk, Ron Ockindon and Bill Orchard
Picture taken 11th January 1967

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Fundraising was a wheel challenge for these two marathon roller skaters Featured 00104 Image

Fundraising was a wheel challenge for these two marathon roller skaters

Fundraising was a wheel challenge for these two marathon roller skaters.
This photograph, taken from the Chronicle archives, shows friends Paul Johnson, 24, from Wallsend, and David Coe, 21, from North Shields, as they set off on a charity skate to London on July 17 1981. The pair, who had never skated before they decided to take up the 350-mile challenge, were raising money for the Charlie Bear appeal to buy a body scanning unit.
In preparation for the trip, the lads skated up to 20 miles a day and hoped to skate between 40 and 45 miles a day during the challenge, with the aim of reaching London by July 28.
The Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Coun Bennie Abrahams, was on hand to send the lads off on their way.
17/07/81

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