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00479 Gallery

Choose from 79 pictures in our 00479 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.


Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly Featured 00479 Image

Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly

Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly after his visit to Marshall Street in Smethwick. The human rights activist visited Smethwick, near Birmingham, which had become a byword for racial division following the 1964 general election.
Malcolm X was assassinated nine days later on his return to the United States. 12th February 1965

© Mirrorpix

The Western Cinema in Leeds which is run by the Shann family Featured 00479 Image

The Western Cinema in Leeds which is run by the Shann family

The Western Cinema in Leeds which is run by the Shann family. Dad is the projectionist while mum and daughter are working in the box office, confectionary stand and selling ice cream in the interval. 1956 A646-006

© Mirrorpix

1950s, Business, Cinemas, Entertainment, Family Run, Occupations, Profession, Work, Working

The largest tyre ever made to date (27th October 1978) by Dunlop Featured 00479 Image

The largest tyre ever made to date (27th October 1978) by Dunlop

The largest tyre ever made to date (27th October 1978) by Dunlop, seen here on its arrival at Fort Dunlop's test centre in Birmingham. It weighs 2 & 1/4 tons, as much as a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, can support a load of 40 tons and costs £6000. The Mini 1275 GT uses Dunlop's smallest road tyre and the monster tyre contains enough tread rubber for 400 Mini tyres.
27th October 1978

© Mirrorpix