Goodwick Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A long line of passengers and staff waiting on the platform at Goodwick Railway Station on the Great Western Railway, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. They are all looking across at the camera. Two railwaymen stand on the front of a locomotive called Ringing Rock on the right. The station opened in 1899. In 1904 it was renamed Fishguard & Goodwick. It closed in 1964, but there are hopes that it will reopen one day.
© Mary Evans / Roger Worsley Archive
James Callaghan, Labour politician, outside Number 10
James "Jim" Callaghan (Leonard James Callaghan, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, 1912-2005), Labour politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1964-1967, Home Secretary 1967-1970, Foreign Secretary 1974-1976, and Prime Minister 1976-1979. Seen here coming out of number 10 Downing Street, London, possibly at the end of his tenure as Prime Minister after saying the fatal words, 'Crisis? What Crisis?' during a period of industrial unrest.
© Mary Evans / Marx Memorial Library
The Great Train Robbery: Winson Green Prison, Birmingham
"How to rob a prison of its prisoner": a page from The Illustrated London News, detailing the escape of Charles Frederick Wilson, one of the gang responsible for the Great Train Robbery of 8th August 1963. Date: August 1964
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
1964, August, Birmingham, Charles, Frederick, Great, Green, Jan17, Prison, Robbery, Train, Wilson, Winson