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Choose from 79 pictures in our 01042 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.


Princess Diana, keeps her first engagement as a divorced woman Featured 01042 Image

Princess Diana, keeps her first engagement as a divorced woman

Princess Diana, keeps her first engagement as a divorced woman, for a visit to the English National Ballet HQ, South Kensington, London, Wednesday 28th August 1996.
The Princess had promised, back in May, to be there on the first day of the new ballet school term and joined an informal lunch with members of the company.
The Princess is wearing a 700 pounds off the peg blue two piece suit with white piping by designer Cerruti

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John Lennon of The Beatles pop group pictured with his wife Yoko Ono taking part in Featured 01042 Image

John Lennon of The Beatles pop group pictured with his wife Yoko Ono taking part in

John Lennon of The Beatles pop group pictured with his wife Yoko Ono taking part in another happening.
In the snow covered village of Lavenham, Suffolk, they re-enacted a scene from their latest film "Apotheosis".
Dressed in long, dark robes and wellingtons, they sat in the square for three hours watching a giant balloon being inflated before they could tart work.The film is the Beatles first attempt at making a wide screen colour film.
6th December 1969

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The Queensway Mersey Tunnel entrance, Liverpool, England 9th May 1934 Featured 01042 Image

The Queensway Mersey Tunnel entrance, Liverpool, England 9th May 1934

The Queensway Mersey Tunnel entrance, Liverpool, England 9th May 1934
Picture shows work on the entrance to the tunnel, well on the way to being finished.
THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE TUNNEL AT THE CENTRE OF THE PICTURE at Liverpool is situated in the Old Haymarket. The subsidiary entrance is conveniently placed to serve the dock system. The length of the main tunnel is 3, 751 yards, and the branch tunnels on either side of the river bring the total length of roadway to 5, 064 yards. Work was started on the Mersey Tunnel on December 16, 1925, and it was officially named Queensway and opened by King George V on July 18, 1934.
Picture taken 9th May 1934

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