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Britaincollectionfeatureyear1964 Gallery

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Choose from 105 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1964 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.


Film - 'Mods and Rockers' Ballet - Twickenham Film Studios Featured Print

Film - 'Mods and Rockers' Ballet - Twickenham Film Studios

Real life Mods and Rockers clash in a make-believe punch-up at Twickenham Film Studios. The boys and girls, from Club 59, Hackney, London, were staging the battle before the film cameras. They are appearing with the Western Theatre Ballet in the film version of the company's ballet 'Mods and Rockers', story of a Mod girl who falls for a Rocker boy. Sylvia Wellman and Simon Mottram dance their original rolls. The colour film, which is being produced and directed by Kenneth Hume, will also include 'Non Stop', another popular ballet of the Western Theatre Ballet.

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British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Beat-Chics - London - 1964 Featured Print

British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Beat-Chics - London - 1964

We've had everything else, it seems. Now it's the girls' turn. The turn of The Beat-Chics - six girl graduates of the Ivy Benson Band.All are professional musicians, who can read, write and score music and, judging by this picture, do all their own portering.They are to appear at The Cabaret Club in Manchester.Left to right: Moira Page, 23, saxophonist, from Dublin; Christine Lee, 21, drummer, she's from Colchester, Essex, Mary Cullen, 23, organist, from Limerick, Eire; Una Mellor, 23, bass guitarist, from Sevenoaks, Kent; Lesley Arden and Anne Bridgeman, 23 year old lead guitarists.

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Transport - London Underground - Engineers Inspect London Transport's new Victoria Line - Fairlop Featured Print

Transport - London Underground - Engineers Inspect London Transport's new Victoria Line - Fairlop

Concrete segments fitted together to make a complete tunnel lining ring, which is to be used in the construction of London Transport's new Victoria Line, are carefully checked by engineers working on a site at Fairlop, near Ilford. The concrete segments are made to exacting specifications at Fairlop and are regularly checked for quality and dimensions by resident engineers of the London Transport Board. The new underground railway, costing 56-million, will eventually stretch from Victoria to Walthamstow.

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