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01529 Collection

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Background image01529 Collection: Bob Geldof and Paula Yates at LAP with their daughter Fifi Trixibelle. 30th November 1987

Bob Geldof and Paula Yates at LAP with their daughter Fifi Trixibelle. 30th November 1987

Background image01529 Collection: NORMAN WISDOM ACTS AS A JOCKEY ON HIS DRESSING ROOM SEAT, LONDON PALLADIUM - MAY 1954

NORMAN WISDOM ACTS AS A JOCKEY ON HIS DRESSING ROOM SEAT, LONDON PALLADIUM - MAY 1954

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. The mens 5000 meters, Ian Stewart (316

The Commonwealth Games. The mens 5000 meters, Ian Stewart (316) won gold and Ian McCafferty (304) won silver. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: Anthony Hopkins sitting in dressing room being made up for filming - November 1978

Anthony Hopkins sitting in dressing room being made up for filming - November 1978

Background image01529 Collection: London Marathon 1981, Sponsored by Gillette, Sunday 29th March 1981

London Marathon 1981, Sponsored by Gillette, Sunday 29th March 1981. Joint winners, Dick Beardsley and Inge Simonsen

Background image01529 Collection: Mr Alan Pegler pictured cleaning the wheels of The Flying Scotsman engine

Mr Alan Pegler pictured cleaning the wheels of The Flying Scotsman engine, of which he owns. Alan Pegler bought the Flying Scotsman engine in 1963, for £ 3, 000, to save it from the scrap yard

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman steam locomotive pictured leaving Liverpool for Derby

The Flying Scotsman steam locomotive pictured leaving Liverpool for Derby, for an overhaul. It made the journey on time, in 4 hours

Background image01529 Collection: Alan Pegler, (right on his ladder), cleans and polishes The Flying Scotsman

Alan Pegler, (right on his ladder), cleans and polishes The Flying Scotsman. Alan Pegler bought the Flying Scotsman engine in 1963, for £ 3, 000, to save it from the scrap yard

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman leaves London King Cross at 10am for Edinburgh on it

The Flying Scotsman leaves London King Cross at 10am for Edinburgh on its 40th anniversary, run The Flying Scotsman, designed by Sir Herbert Nigel Gresley

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman arrives in Liverpool, England from San Francisco

The Flying Scotsman arrives in Liverpool, England from San Francisco. Preserved LNER Gresley pacific 4472 Flying Scotsman at Liverpool Docks on a bright freezing snowy day in February 1973

Background image01529 Collection: Picture shows steam train enthusiast, Alan Pegler, at Waterloo Station, London

Picture shows steam train enthusiast, Alan Pegler, at Waterloo Station, London. Mr Pegler saved The Flying Scotsman from the scrapyard and took it to America and Canada

Background image01529 Collection: Jim Davidson eating fry-up bangers and mash in his dressing room between shows - January

Jim Davidson eating fry-up bangers and mash in his dressing room between shows - January 1981

Background image01529 Collection: BARBARA STREISAND ON THE TELEPHONE IN HER BROADWAY DRESSING ROOM - OCTOBER 1965

BARBARA STREISAND ON THE TELEPHONE IN HER BROADWAY DRESSING ROOM - OCTOBER 1965

Background image01529 Collection: Emily Perry sitting in her dressing room with her dog, West End production of Dame Edna

Emily Perry sitting in her dressing room with her dog, West End production of Dame Edna: the Spectacle at the Theatre Royal Haymarket - April 1998

Background image01529 Collection: Picture shows (right) Mr Alan Pegler, who bought The Flying Scotsman engine in 1963

Picture shows (right) Mr Alan Pegler, who bought The Flying Scotsman engine in 1963, receiving a silver replica of the engine from a British Rail official

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman, designed by Sir Herbert Nigel Gresley

The Flying Scotsman, designed by Sir Herbert Nigel Gresley, is an express passenger train service that has operated between Edinburgh and London, the capitals of Scotland and England

Background image01529 Collection: Mr Alan Pegler pictured cleaning The Flying Scotsman Engine window of the drivers cabin

Mr Alan Pegler pictured cleaning The Flying Scotsman Engine window of the drivers cabin. Alan Pegler bought the Flying Scotsman engine in 1963, for £ 3, 000, to save it from the scrap yard

Background image01529 Collection: Anne Diamond in dressing room - August 1989

Anne Diamond in dressing room - August 1989

Background image01529 Collection: Bonnie Langford serious during interview in dressing room - October 1986

Bonnie Langford serious during interview in dressing room - October 1986

Background image01529 Collection: Julie Andrews kissed by Rex Harrison in her dressing room at the Drury Lane Theatre after

Julie Andrews kissed by Rex Harrison in her dressing room at the Drury Lane Theatre after opening night of My Fair Lady - May 1958

Background image01529 Collection: Jemma Redgrave smiling during interview in her dressing room - January 1990

Jemma Redgrave smiling during interview in her dressing room - January 1990

Background image01529 Collection: EARTHA KITT IN HER DRESSING ROOM DECEMBER 1972

EARTHA KITT IN HER DRESSING ROOM DECEMBER 1972

Background image01529 Collection: Pigeon fancier Albert Babington holding one of his pigeons

Pigeon fancier Albert Babington holding one of his pigeons. Great Barr, Birmingham, West Midlands. 25th January 1982

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman. The 40th anniversary run from Kings Cross to Edinburgh

The Flying Scotsman. The 40th anniversary run from Kings Cross to Edinburgh. Picture shows The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross for the very last time. It travels to Edinburgh

The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross for the very last time. It travels to Edinburgh. The Flying Scotsman, designed by Sir Herbert Nigel Gresley

Background image01529 Collection: Bob Geldof at LAP with his daughter Fifi Trixibelle. 30th November 1987

Bob Geldof at LAP with his daughter Fifi Trixibelle. 30th November 1987

Background image01529 Collection: Josie Costello, 37 years old, who has been chosen as goalkeeper for her local ladies

Josie Costello, 37 years old, who has been chosen as goalkeeper for her local ladies Soccer team Bedwake United in Warwickshire. April 1976

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman - which has just returned home from America

The Flying Scotsman - which has just returned home from America, is pictured here at Chinley, Derbyshire. It is enroute to British Rail Derby for an overhaul. 19th February 1973

Background image01529 Collection: Mr Alan Pegler and his crew of volunteers pictured cleaning The Flying Scotsman Engine

Mr Alan Pegler and his crew of volunteers pictured cleaning The Flying Scotsman Engine. Alan Pegler is 2nd from the right, next to the man on the ladder

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman - Trainspotter Special. The Flying Scotsman arrives at

The Flying Scotsman - Trainspotter Special. The Flying Scotsman arrives at the main Kings Cross Station where it will be met with hundreds of train spotting admirers hoping to get up close to

Background image01529 Collection: Picture shows Mr Alan Pegler, who bought The Flying Scotsman engine in 1963

Picture shows Mr Alan Pegler, who bought The Flying Scotsman engine in 1963, leans out the cabin window to greet Lord Provost Sir Herbert Brechin at Waverley Station, Edinburgh. Scotland

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the Scottish team parade in festive mood at the closing

The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the Scottish team parade in festive mood at the closing ceremony. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, Ian Stewart breaks the tape to win the 5000 meters with

The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, Ian Stewart breaks the tape to win the 5000 meters with Ian McCafferty right behind. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Anne surrounded by

The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Anne surrounded by athletes at the closing ceremony. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the mens 5000 meters. Ian Stewart (316

The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the mens 5000 meters. Ian Stewart (316) and Ian McCafferty (304). Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: Construction of the ramp at the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1971

Construction of the ramp at the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1971

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the closing ceremony. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh

The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the closing ceremony. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: QPR Ladies FC players Josie Lee (22) left, and Sandra Choat (20

QPR Ladies FC players Josie Lee (22) left, and Sandra Choat (20) give a demonstration of ball control as their team mate Linda Coffin tells members of the Barnsley Oak football team points to watch

Background image01529 Collection: Brian Morrison, the manager of the new multi-million pound Cleveland Centre

Brian Morrison, the manager of the new multi-million pound Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1972

Background image01529 Collection: Construction of the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1971

Construction of the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1971

Background image01529 Collection: Bob Geldof and Paula Yates at LAP. 30th November 1987

Bob Geldof and Paula Yates at LAP. 30th November 1987

Background image01529 Collection: Belfast Ladies Football team with George Best. 29th April 1972

Belfast Ladies Football team with George Best. 29th April 1972

Background image01529 Collection: Scotland 2 v England 3, First International match in Greenock, Scotland

Scotland 2 v England 3, First International match in Greenock, Scotland. 19th November 1972

Background image01529 Collection: The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the first lap of the mens 5000 meters

The Commonwealth Games. Pictured, the first lap of the mens 5000 meters. Ian Stewart (316) won gold and Ian McCafferty (304) won silver. Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland. 25th of July 1970

Background image01529 Collection: Fashion show at the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1973

Fashion show at the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1973

Background image01529 Collection: Wall murals at the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1972

Wall murals at the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough. 1972

Background image01529 Collection: The Flying Scotsman - Trainspotter Special. The Flying Scotsman arrives at

The Flying Scotsman - Trainspotter Special. The Flying Scotsman arrives at the main Kings Cross Station where it will be met with hundreds of train spotting admirers hoping to get up close to

Background image01529 Collection: Mr Alan Pegler pictured cleaning The Flying Scotsman Engine window of the drivers cabin

Mr Alan Pegler pictured cleaning The Flying Scotsman Engine window of the drivers cabin. Alan Pegler bought the Flying Scotsman engine in 1963, for £ 3, 000, to save it from the scrap yard



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