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Britaincollectionfeatureyear1986 Gallery

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Choose from 58 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1986 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.

Fuel Industry - Budget Increase - Jet Petrol Station, Leyton, East London Featured Print

Fuel Industry - Budget Increase - Jet Petrol Station, Leyton, East London

Petrol bargain hunt. With the 7 and half pence increase in petrol duty leading to differing prices at the pump, many motorist were on the look-out for bargains today. Some were happy to fill up at this Jet petrol station in Leyton, East London, where four-star was on offer for 162.8p a gallon.

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Peter Adamson as Len Fairclough Featured Print

Peter Adamson as Len Fairclough

Coronation Street Actor Peter Adamson as Len Fairclough (L), Pat Phoenix as Elsie Tanner (C) and Phillip Lowrie as her wayward son Dennis (R). * 19/01/02 Former Coronation Street actor Peter Adamson, who played romeo Len Fairclough, has died, it was revealed tonight. Mr Adamson, 72, died earlier this week nearly 20 years after he was sacked from the show following allegations that he indecently assaulted two young girls. The actor, best known for his on-screen affair with Elsie Tanner while married to wife Rita, died from advanced stomach cancer, the Sunday People reported. A Coronation Street spokesman said it had been informed of the death by his brother Clifford yesterday.


Virgin tycoon Richard Branson Featured Print

Virgin tycoon Richard Branson

JUNE 29TH : On this day in 1986 Richard Branson was celebrating after he smashed the world record for the fastest crossing of the Atlantic in his Powerboat Virgin Challenger II. PA Photo 14/5/86 Virgin tycoon Richard Branson stands on his Virgin Challenger II at the launching of the boat at Lowestoft in Norfolk, Suffolk