Leisure and Tourism - Caravan Holiday
Harry and Frances Gilbert with their nine year old son Kristy having a picnic on the side of the road. The Gilbert family, from West Twyford, have been compelled to spend the last five days of their holiday in their parked caravan. They were due to spend their break away in Bournemouth but the clutch on their car, right, burned out on the Kingston by-pass.
Politics - Richard Nixon Visit - London - 1969
Heavy police and security escort for America's President Richard Nixon, who drove from Claridges Hotel to No 10 Downing Street, London, for his talks with Prime Minister Harold Wilson. The police outriders are on the Triumph Trophy TR6P, which carried the model name "Saint", which stands for "Stops Anything In No Time".
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Morris Minors : 1950
1950: Lined in solemn, soldier-like files on the jetty of the Samuel Willams wharf of the London docks are these Morris Minor cars, destined for Canada and sales in the precious dollar. Some 500 in total, they are part of a 1 million dollar consignment from the Nuffield Organisation of Cowley, Oxford.
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