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Archivenewscansfebruary2014 Gallery

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Choose from 169 pictures in our Archivenewscansfebruary2014 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Rugby Union - 1977 Five Nations Championship - Wales v England - Cardiff Arms Park Featured Print

Rugby Union - 1977 Five Nations Championship - Wales v England - Cardiff Arms Park

Clive Burgess, of Wales, gives England's Peter Wheeler a tug after a scrum collapse. However, the Englishman managed to pass the ball to a waiting Malcolm Young (l). England were denied the Triple Crown by losing 14-9 to Wales at the Cardiff Arms Park stadium.

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Soccer - English Cup Soccer - Leyton Orient Preview - Brisbane Road Featured Print

Soccer - English Cup Soccer - Leyton Orient Preview - Brisbane Road

Leyton Orient's Joe Maye (l) and Peter Kitchen (r) take time off from training to get a straight line. They hope they can keep Chelsea to toe the line on saturday. Peter Kitchen says 'It should be a great game, but the team we've got lines up should win'. The result was a 0-0 draw but Leyton Orient won the replay 2-1.

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Theatre - Rock-a-Bye Sailor - Special Nursery - Phoenix Theatre - London Featured Print

Theatre - Rock-a-Bye Sailor - Special Nursery - Phoenix Theatre - London

During the interval of comedy 'Rock-a-Bye Sailor', actors Ian MacNaughton (l) and Ian Curry visit a special nursery to entertain children and the nannie, 20-year-old Annette Miller, at the Phoenix Theatre in Charing Cross Road, London. The youngsters are (from l-r) Katie McKenzie, Simon Bentley and Janie Karen Mills, all two years old. The nursery has been set up to enable mothers to attend the matinees performance of the comedy show.

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