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Pipe band JLP01_08_093260 Featured Entertainment Image

Pipe band JLP01_08_093260

Royal Scot Hotel, King's Cross Road, Islington, Greater London. The Royal Scots Regiment pipe and drum band marching on King's Cross Road outside the Royal Scot Hotel to mark its official opening.
Construction of the seven-storey Royal Scot Hotel at Percy Circus began in 1970. The topping out ceremony was held on 23rd March 1972 and the hotel was officially opened on 14th November 1972. It took its name from the Royal Scots Regiment, the pipe and drum band of which marched past the hotel as part of the opening ceremony. When it opened, the hotel had just fewer than 350 bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, as well as a restaurant, coffee shop, cocktail bar and lounge bar, a functions suite, and car park

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Festival Pleasure Gardens AA054055 Featured Entertainment Image

Festival Pleasure Gardens AA054055

Festival Pleasure Gardens, Battersea Park, Wandsworth, London. Passengers riding the waterchute fairground ride at the Battersea Festival Gardens, Greater London, illuminated at night. Battersea Park was transformed as part of the Festival of Britain celebrations in 1951. Photographed 1955-60 by John Gay

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Exhibition Park, Newcastle. 1929 EPW026662 Featured Entertainment Image

Exhibition Park, Newcastle. 1929 EPW026662

EXHIBITION PARK, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear. Aerial view. The North East Coast Exhibition, May 1929. The Pleasure Grounds for the exhibition, including gardens, a lake and a funfair on the edge of the Town Moor. The exhibition attracted more than 4 million visitors in 24 weeks. The only surviving building from this exhibition is the Military Vehicle Museum. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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