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00530 Gallery

Choose from 66 pictures in our 00530 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.


Punk teenagers in Birmingham are protesting about a discriminatory' Featured 00530 Image

Punk teenagers in Birmingham are protesting about a discriminatory'

Punk teenagers in Birmingham are protesting about a discriminatory increase in the price of a cup of tea in the restaurant at Rackhams. They claim they are discriminated against because of their spiky Mohican hair styles and unusual clothes. Pictured is Linda Fennell with a cup of tea. 7th January 1985

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Everton footballer Kevin Sheedy on the ball during the English League Division One match Featured 00530 Image

Everton footballer Kevin Sheedy on the ball during the English League Division One match

Everton footballer Kevin Sheedy on the ball during the English League Division One match against Chelsea at Goodison Park.
Sheedy is pictured scoring the equaliser in a 1-1 draw, five minutes from time past heroic Chelsea goalkeeper Eddie Niedzwiecki.
16th March 1986

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1980s, 20th Century, Football, Goal, Header, Jumpin, Sport

Corfe Castle, The Square, Wareham, Dorset, rises behind a drystone wall Featured 00530 Image

Corfe Castle, The Square, Wareham, Dorset, rises behind a drystone wall

Corfe Castle, The Square, Wareham, Dorset, rises behind a drystone wall. Corfe Castle's location - sandwiched on a hill, in a gap between two other hill ranges made it almost impossible to attack. As a result it was largely used as the Royal Treasury. It was also famous for being the location of one of the few cases of known regicide in Britain - on the 15th April 975, the young King Edward was stabbed in the back as he mounted his horse whilst hunting in Purbeck - he was buried without honours as he was (clearly) unpopular with the nobility, yet his body was later exhumed and found to be untouched by decay. As a result he was declared a saint and a martyr. Pictured is an old man balancing onions on his shoulder, 28th August 1952

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