Customs and Traditions - Carol Singing - Cutty Sark - Greenwich
Choirboys from Vanbrugh Castle, the RAF Benevolent Fund's orphanage at Blackheath, London, blend Christmas tradition with maritime history as they sing carols on the deck of the Cutty Sark, last of Britain's great clipper ships, at Greenwich. Listening by the ship's wheel is Lieutenant-Commander H.J. West, RNR (right), Chief Officer of the Cutty Sark.
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Royal International Horse Show - Langley Thoria - White City Stadium, London
The eventual winner in 'The Tom Thumb Stakes Driving Competition' was 'Langley Thoria', driven by Mr R. J. A. White. It is pictured as it halts at a zebra crossing as a nurse pushes a pram across, one of the obstacles in the competition.
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Shooting - Grouse Shooting - Barden High Reservoir, Yorkshire
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan (centre), with other members of the grouse shooting party at Barden High Reservoir, Yorkshire. Also in the party are the Duke of Devonshire, the Duchess of Devonshire, the Marquis of Hartington, Lady Emma Cavendish, Sir Martin Beckett and his son Richard, Hugh Fraser, Frank More O'Ferrall, Tom Egerton and AA Hey, the estate's agent.
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