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Dartmouth Castle gun tower IC123/001
Dartmouth Castle gun tower IC123/001
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Granada Cinema  CC47_01977
Granada Cinema CC47_01977
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Selby Market Place  BB82_10663
Selby Market Place BB82_10663
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Newport High Street  BB72_05399
Newport High Street BB72_05399
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Kirkgate  BB72_03003
Kirkgate BB72_03003
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Market Place  BB65_01966
Market Place BB65_01966
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_48
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_48
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_39
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_39
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Hexham  AA64_00148
Hexham AA64_00148
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Hexham  AA64_00149
Hexham AA64_00149
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Charabancs  BB48_00603
Charabancs BB48_00603
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Chatham High Street  BB42_00150
Chatham High Street BB42_00150
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_39 Featured Image

Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_39

Central Public Library, St Peter's Square, Manchester. A workman standing behind the steel frame of the upper dome ring during the construction of the Central Public Library.
The Central Public Library was designed by E Vincent Harris. The steel frames were manufactured by Banister, Walton and Co Ltd.
The image shows the upper dome, which was 42 feet in diameter and weighed 13 tons, which had been assembled on the ground, ready to be lifted into position.

© Historic England Archive

Poole shops  AA53_02970
Poole shops AA53_02970
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Policeman  AA42_09125
Policeman AA42_09125
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Lion Brewery  AA44_02523
Lion Brewery AA44_02523
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Piano player JLP01_08_087582
Piano player JLP01_08_087582
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Mollie Sugden JLP01_09_790331
Mollie Sugden JLP01_09_790331
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Celebrity opening JLP01_08_071863
Celebrity opening JLP01_08_071863
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Opening Yate Shopping Centre JLP01_08_071866
Opening Yate Shopping Centre JLP01_08_071866
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Ceremonial brick laying JLP01_09_780876
Ceremonial brick laying JLP01_09_780876
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Grand dinner JLP01_08_009072
Grand dinner JLP01_08_009072
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Dodgems JLP01_08_009068
Dodgems JLP01_08_009068
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Fairground ride JLP01_08_009067
Fairground ride JLP01_08_009067
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Gather by the coaches JLP01_08_009044
Gather by the coaches JLP01_08_009044
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Celebrity opening JLP01_08_071863 Featured Image

Celebrity opening JLP01_08_071863

Yate Shopping Centre, Yate, South Gloucestershire. A crowd walking along a precinct at Yate Shopping Centre for its official opening, showing actress Pat Phoenix and radio and TV personality Ted Ray amongst the group.
Yate shopping centre was designed by architects Stone, Toms and Partners and was constructed by Laing. It was built to serve a growing population and was a link between the old village and the new town with its modern houses. The shopping centre consisted of four wide shopping precincts linked by a centre court, housing four banks, a supermarket and a Woolworths store. There were also large car parks and a bus terminal. The official opening of Yate Shopping Centre took place on 25th September 1965 with Coronation Street actress, Pat Phoenix (Elsie Tanner), carrying out the ceremony watched by radio and TV personality, Ted Ray

© Historic England Archive

Fairground ride JLP01_08_009062
Fairground ride JLP01_08_009062
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Protest, government and media JLP01_08_085067m
Protest, government and media JLP01_08_085067m
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Negotiation JLP01_08_085067L
Negotiation JLP01_08_085067L
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Filming a protest JLP01_08_085067j
Filming a protest JLP01_08_085067j
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Dray horses JLP01_08_086067g
Dray horses JLP01_08_086067g
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Journalists JLP01_08_085067d
Journalists JLP01_08_085067d
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Filming on the move JLP01_08_085067c
Filming on the move JLP01_08_085067c
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Celebration dinner JLP01_08_085067a
Celebration dinner JLP01_08_085067a
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Protestor JLP01_08_085066
Protestor JLP01_08_085066
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Protesting to Heseltine JLP01_08_085064
Protesting to Heseltine JLP01_08_085064
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Workers celebration JLP01_08_085062
Workers celebration JLP01_08_085062
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Filming JLP01_08_085061
Filming JLP01_08_085061
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Workers celebration JLP01_08_085062 Featured Image

Workers celebration JLP01_08_085062

WESTWAY FLYOVER, A40, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. A crowd of workers celebrating the opening of the Westway Flyover, seen from the high level section over the junction with the West Cross Route.
Work on site for the Western Avenue Extension began on 1st September 1966, and the Westway as it became known was officially opened on 28th July 1970. The elevated highway connecting the A40 at White City to Marylebone Road in Paddington, at around 2 ½ miles, was the longest in Europe. Consulting engineers G Maunsell & Partners designed the road project for the Greater London Council and John Laing & Son undertook the construction. It was organised into six sections. Sections 1, 4, 5 & 6 formed the main flyover into central London with Sections 2 & 3 being the West Cross Route, running south from the junction in Section 1 near Latimer Road to Shepherds Bush. The management offices for Sections 4 and 5 were located in Torquay Street. This photograph was taken at grid reference TQ2357681100. It appeared in the September 1970 issue of Team Spirit, the Laing company newsletter

© Historic England Archive

Waving her off JLP01_08_069738a
Waving her off JLP01_08_069738a
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Official opening JLP01_08_069732
Official opening JLP01_08_069732
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Queen Mother JLP01_08_069730
Queen Mother JLP01_08_069730
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Student nurses JLP01_08_069285
Student nurses JLP01_08_069285
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Orthopaedic ward JLP01_08_069281
Orthopaedic ward JLP01_08_069281
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Hospital reception JLP01_08_069266
Hospital reception JLP01_08_069266
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Hospital laundry JLP01_08_069259
Hospital laundry JLP01_08_069259
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Nurses accommodation JLP01_08_057435
Nurses accommodation JLP01_08_057435
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Incubators JLP01_08_075845
Incubators JLP01_08_075845
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Walsgrave Hospital JLP01_08_081907
Walsgrave Hospital JLP01_08_081907
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Atrium JLP01_09_920152
Atrium JLP01_09_920152
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Flashing JLP01_09_910282
Flashing JLP01_09_910282
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