Queen visits The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
Queen Elizabeth II and Brigadier Mel Jamieson (third left) laugh as an officers group picture is taken during a visit to The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards at Redford Barracks, Edinburgh. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday June 27, 2009. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA
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Glasgow Central Station safety
Signal lights are all turned to red and lines stand empty at Glasgow Central station following Railtrack's announcement that it has closed a section of the West Coast main line. The cause of the closure was blamed on track maintenance in the wake of the Hatfield crash. * 30/6/03: Network Rail has announced that it will cost 54 billion to run the railways over the next 10 years. The infrastructure company, which has replaced Railtrack, also confirmed that 'around 2, 000' of its staff would be losing their jobs over the next three years.
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Soccer - 1958-59 British Home Championship - Training Session - Scotland Team - Elm Park, Reading
Ten members of the Scotland team to meet England in the 195859 British Home Championship at Wembley on Saturday are pictured at Elm Park, Reading football ground in Norfolk Road, where they are training. (From l-r) Bobby Collins (Everton), Tommy Docherty (Arsenal), Willie Ormond (Hibernian), Graham Leggat (Fulham), captain Bobby Evans (Celtic), Eric Caldow (Rangers), Duncan McKay (Celtic), David Herd (Arsenal), John Dick (West Ham) and Bill Brown (Dundee).
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