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01105 Gallery

Choose from 62 pictures in our 01105 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.


Bobby Robson May 1978 Ipswich Town Manager with team captain Mick Mills depart from Featured 01105 Image

Bobby Robson May 1978 Ipswich Town Manager with team captain Mick Mills depart from

Bobby Robson May 1978 Ipswich Town Manager with team captain Mick Mills depart from the Royal Garden hotel with the FA cup after beating Aresenal in the FA Cup Final 1978
Football FA Cup Finals 1970s holding FA Cup Smiling
Cups Trophies
FA Cup trophy which was the third cup to be used - which was created in 1911 by Fattorini and Sons, the trophy having been used for 81 years until it was finally replaced in 1992

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Ronnie Wood, his wife Jo Wood introduce their daughter Leah, aged 5 weeks old Featured 01105 Image

Ronnie Wood, his wife Jo Wood introduce their daughter Leah, aged 5 weeks old

Ronnie Wood, his wife Jo Wood introduce their daughter Leah, aged 5 weeks old.
They are in a Los Angeles, hotel, and not at their Malibu home after they were evacuated from it int he recent outbreak of fires in the area. The home is now safe and they are due to return soon.
Picture taken 29th October 1978

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Cardiff - Old - The subway under the River Ely, which provided a short cut between Featured 01105 Image

Cardiff - Old - The subway under the River Ely, which provided a short cut between

Cardiff - Old - The subway under the River Ely, which provided a short cut between Cardiff and Penarth for 63 years, has been closed to the public. British Transport Docks workmen have begun boarding and bricking up the entrances at Penarth Docks and Ferry Road, Grangetown. Construction of the tunnel started in 1899 and it was opened to the public the following year. It replaced earlier rowing boat and steam ferries across the river. When Cardiff and Penarth docks were thriving, the tunnel was a boon to dockers and others connected to shipping. A toll keeper, who collected a penny from pedestrians, two-pence for a bicycle and four-pence for a pram, was last employed in 1937. A spokesman said there was no further use for the subway which had been dammaged by vandals - 1st October 1965

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