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Images Dated 11th February 2011

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Finance and Economy - Currency - Decimalisation - London Featured 11 Feb 2011 Print

Finance and Economy - Currency - Decimalisation - London

Trying to see the point of the decimal system is Mr Roger Hutchinson from Hertfordshire as Shell employee Marion Stevens, 20, of Eltham explains at Lawrences Garage, Waterloo, London. From this day some 6000 Shell, BP and National petrol pumps are showing their prices in the new decimal currency. This is because the second stage in the programme of converting petrol pumps in preparation for D-Day, 15th February 1971, has now begun. The total value of the ale through the decimal pump is shown in p (pounds and new pence) instead of shillings and pence, but the motorist can convert his purchase into present currency as a conversion table is fixed to each pump

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Soccer - Football League Cup - Final - Queens Park Rangers v West Bromwich Albion Featured 11 Feb 2011 Print

Soccer - Football League Cup - Final - Queens Park Rangers v West Bromwich Albion

The victorious Queens Park Rangers team celebrate with the Football League Cup after their 3-2 win: (back row, l-r) Mike Keen, Tony Hazell, Ron Hunt, Mark Lazarus, Les Allen, Frank Sibley, Jim Langley; (front row, l-r) Ron Springett, Roger Morgan, Rodney Marsh, sub, Keith Sanderson

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Finance and Economy - Currency - Decimalisation - London Featured 11 Feb 2011 Print

Finance and Economy - Currency - Decimalisation - London

Two 'Pennie Farthings' which equal one new pence, at Westminster when model Penny Trevorrow, in Victorian costume seated on one of them, handed over 630 new penny wafer biscuits (one for each MP). Receiving them was Mr L.A Pavitt (far right) MP for Willesden West (in whose constituency the biscuits are being made). The riders who arrived on the bikes are Derek Wheeler (l) and Brian Thompson

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