1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games - Cycling - Cardiff
Australia's cycling team use a motorbike to travel betwen the camp and the bicycle track. (L-R) Melbourne's Dick Ploog, Geelong's Barry Coster, Adelaide's Con Bambacas, Melbourne's Ian Brown and team manager from Adelaide Ron O'Donnell
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Transport - Romany Waggon - York Museum
Felicity Redfern, 23, assistant at York Museum, is shown by Gipsy caravan painter Jim Berry, 58, how to renovate an 82-year-old Romany waggon, which will become a York Museum exhibit. Jim answered an appeal by the museum curator, Robert Patterson, to restore the caravan so it can be placed outside the Edwardian-style pub in 'Half Moon Court', the street built inside the museum. When the work is completed, Felicity will carry out future repairs to the museum caravan. The exhibit is a known as a top cottage type or 'Leeds Wagon'.
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Customs and Traditions - Hogmanay Celebrations - Edinburgh
Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations get underway at a fairground near Edinburgh Castle. Hogmanay celebrations, considered one of the biggest nights of the year north of the border. Thousands of people from around the world were travelling to pubs, clubs and streets across Scotland. Edinburgh remains the most popular spot for party-goers, with the world-famous Princes Street one of the country's highlights.