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Ashington is a town and civil parish in Northumberland England Featured 00863 Image

Ashington is a town and civil parish in Northumberland England

Ashington is a town and civil parish in Northumberland England. With a population of around 27, 000, measured at 27, 764 at the 2011 Census; it was once a centre of the coal mining industry. The town is located some 15 miles (24 km) north of Newcastle upon Tyne and west of the A189. The south of the town is bordered by the River Wansbeck. The North Sea coast at Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is about 3 miles (5 km) from the town centre.
(Picture shows) Ashington's Station Road.
29th May 1932

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The Duke of Edinburgh meets Piers Corbyn. The Queen Featured 00863 Image

The Duke of Edinburgh meets Piers Corbyn. The Queen

The Duke of Edinburgh meets Piers Corbyn.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visit Imperial College of Science and Technology, to open the new College Block and Libraries Building.
Picture taken 27th November 1969.
22 year old Piers Corbyn (in beard, and glasses), who is President of the Students Union, is presented to The Duke and H.M The Queen. He met her twice, on the first presentation he was unable to present to the Queen with three letters. He informed the Duke of Edinburgh he had some letters for The Queen, but the Duke told him to do his own posting. However Piers did manage to present the letters to The Queen when he officially received her on this, the second occasion prior to taking her in to meet students and then having tea.
It is not known what is in the letters.
Piers Corbyn is brother of new 2015 Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

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In the mid 1930s, the Manchester Corporation tried to make the passengers for trams enter Featured 00863 Image

In the mid 1930s, the Manchester Corporation tried to make the passengers for trams enter

In the mid 1930s, the Manchester Corporation tried to make the passengers for trams enter the vehicles in an orderly queue. Rails were placed at the stops, but as this picture shows, the Manchester public were having none of it. But that independent spirit was changed later when the discipline of war made rules and regulations more strict. Albert Square, Manchester. Circa 1935

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