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Dunn Collection

Background imageDunn Collection: Sleeping pensioners, Norfolk beach

Sleeping pensioners, Norfolk beach
An elderly couple sit in the shelter of a wooden groyne on a beach near Hunstanton, Norfolk, England, and snooze soundly. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Dunn Square, Paisley, Scotland

Dunn Square, Paisley, Scotland. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageDunn Collection: Wheelwright makinbg wooden wheels, Blists Hill, Ironbridge

Wheelwright makinbg wooden wheels, Blists Hill, Ironbridge
A skilled wheelwright works on a wooden cart wheel in his workshop at Blists Hill Working Museum, Ironbridge, Shropshire. First published The Independent newspaper Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Summer holidays Seaton, Devon, England

Summer holidays Seaton, Devon, England
A boy shows his grandmother something he has found in a rock pool on the beach at Seaton, Devon, England. She sits in a folding chair with her feet in the water

Background imageDunn Collection: Miner and canary

Miner and canary
Staffordshire coal miner gently holds the last canary to work down a British coal mine. Canaries were used to detect poisonous and dangerous gas in mines Date: 1986

Background imageDunn Collection: Swans, Windsor Bridge, Henley

Swans, Windsor Bridge, Henley
Mute swans feed from a pontoon near the Windsor Bridge across the River Thames, Henley, Berkshire, UK. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Eustace Rogers, the last coracle man of Ironbridge, Shropshire

Eustace Rogers, the last coracle man of Ironbridge, Shropshire
He is pictured with a coracle on his back at the bottom of his garden on the banks of the River Severn. Mr Rogers died aged 88 in 2003. First published The Times Date: 1987

Background imageDunn Collection: Mature man wearing cloth cap lights his pipe in an Irish pub

Mature man wearing cloth cap lights his pipe in an Irish pub
A mature man wearing a cloth cap sits in a pub in Cork, Ireland, and lights his pipe. In front of him is a pint of Guinness. He has a large belly and behind him is a dart board Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Salmon fishing with ghillie from a boat on the River Wye

Salmon fishing with ghillie from a boat on the River Wye, Herefordshire. This picture story caused a rumpus when it was published in The Times on Tuesday Jan 27th 1987 - the day that the salmon

Background imageDunn Collection: Horse trotting races - Hipodromo, Sant Lluis, Mahon, Menorca

Horse trotting races - Hipodromo, Sant Lluis, Mahon, Menorca
A horse wating in the stables for the next race, casts a shadow on the stable wall. Trotting racing is also known as harness racing, or pacing

Background imageDunn Collection: Boy pushes his bicycle up a hill in Ebbw Vale, South Wales

Boy pushes his bicycle up a hill in Ebbw Vale, South Wales
A young boy pushes his bicycle up a steep hill in Ebbw Vale, South Wales. Behind is the Ebbw Vale steel works. This was closed by Corus in 2002

Background imageDunn Collection: Bala Lake Railway guard Bob Davies at work on the platform

Bala Lake Railway guard Bob Davies at work on the platform at Bala. In 1988, Mr Davies had worked on the railway for 48 years Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Bala Lake Railway line - Locomotive Maid Marion

Bala Lake Railway line - Locomotive Maid Marion
Steam locomotive Maid Marion hauls a train along the Bala Lake Railway line, which runs along the shore of Bala Lake, Gwynedd, North Wales Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Railwayman - 180 lever railway signal box at Shrewsbury

Railwayman - 180 lever railway signal box at Shrewsbury
A railwayman walks across the tracks to the 180 lever railway signal box at Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. First published The Daily Telegraph Date: 1991

Background imageDunn Collection: The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India

The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India
Playing snooker at the Ootacamund Club, Ootacamund (known as Snooty Ooty) in the Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu, Southern India, where snooker originated on the billiard tables during the Raj

Background imageDunn Collection: Cider maker, Somerset, England

Cider maker, Somerset, England
A cider maker wearing a trilby hat and an apron, leans on an old wooden wagon and drinks a pint of cider among the casks and barrels in the outbuilding of a cider works in Somerset

Background imageDunn Collection: Ashleworth Tithe Barn, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England

Ashleworth Tithe Barn, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England. The barn was built about 1500 by the canons of St Augustine s, Bristol. After the Dissolution, the barn passed into secular use

Background imageDunn Collection: Old lady, Burford, Cotswolds

Old lady, Burford, Cotswolds
An old lady, smartly dressed and wearing a deerstalker cap, look in an antique shop window. She carries a wicker shopping basket. Burford, Oxfordshire, Cotswolds, England

Background imageDunn Collection: Men in Irish pub, Cork, Ireland

Men in Irish pub, Cork, Ireland
Three men with pints of Guinness in an Irish pub in Cork, Ireland. One of the men lights a cigarette. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Retired coal miner Blaenavon, South Wales

Retired coal miner Blaenavon, South Wales
A retired coal miner sits with his mongrel dog at Blaenavon, South Wales. Behind them is the redundant Blaenavon coal mine

Background imageDunn Collection: Black and white cat in backstreet, Bradford, Yorkshire

Black and white cat in backstreet, Bradford, Yorkshire
A black and white cat sits on the flagstones in a back street in Bradford, Yorkshire, England. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: London Life front cover 1965, Peter Blake, Nell Dunn

London Life front cover 1965, Peter Blake, Nell Dunn
Front cover of London Life magazine featuring artwork by Peter Blake, a photograph of the playwright Nell Dunn and news of a folk festival. Date: 1965

Background imageDunn Collection: The front entrance clock tower of Kings College, Cambridge

The front entrance clock tower of Kings College, Cambridge University Date: 1992

Background imageDunn Collection: Construction of Bells Bridge across River Clyde, Glasgow

Construction of Bells Bridge across River Clyde, Glasgow
A man working on Bells Bridge spanning the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland. The pedestrian bridge was constructed in 1988 to coincide with the Glasgow Garden Festival

Background imageDunn Collection: Hermanville War Cemetery France

Hermanville War Cemetery France
Two small children walk hand in hand past the gravestones of Hermanville War Cemetery, Normandy, France. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: St Matthews Church, Normanton, Rutland Water

St Matthews Church, Normanton, Rutland Water
Fishermen in a boat near St Matthews Church, Normanton, Rutland Water. The Classical-style Grade 2 Listed Building is now de-consecrated. First Published The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: The bottom sawyer in a saw pit cutting a timber log into pla

The bottom sawyer in a saw pit cutting a timber log into pla
The bottom sawyer in a saw pit cuts a timber log into planks. He is showered by sawdust Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Wine expert at Tanners Wine Merchants, Shrewsbury

Wine expert at Tanners Wine Merchants, Shrewsbury
A wine expert with a glass of claret in the old shop of Tanners Wine Merchants, Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. The company was established in 1842 by sea captain William Tanner

Background imageDunn Collection: Church of St Mary the Virgin, Shropshire from Claremont Hill

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Shropshire from Claremont Hill
People walk along Claremont Hill, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. In the distance is the Church of St Mary the Virgin Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Nell Dunn

Nell Dunn
Nell Mary Dunn (born 1936), English playwright, screenwriter, and author pictured in London Life magazine in 1965. The daughter of Sir Philip Dunn, she was born in London and educated at a convent

Background imageDunn Collection: Britannia Pier, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England

Britannia Pier, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
A man sits in a deck chair with his feet up on the railing of Britannia Pier, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. The beach is in the background Date: 1992

Background imageDunn Collection: The Tyne Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

The Tyne Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Sandhill, Newcastle on Tyne. The Tyne Bridge is in the backg

Sandhill, Newcastle on Tyne. The Tyne Bridge is in the backg
Long shadows on Sandhill, Newcastle on Tyne. The Tyne Bridge is in the backgound Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Maypole dancing Blists Hill, Shropshire -1

Maypole dancing Blists Hill, Shropshire -1
Children in traditional costumes celebrate May Day as they dance around the Maypole at Blists Hill, Ironbridge, Shropshire, England Date: 1990

Background imageDunn Collection: Advert, Gray, Dunn & Co, Biscuit Manufacturers, Glasgow

Advert, Gray, Dunn & Co, Biscuit Manufacturers, Glasgow, Scotland. 1905

Background imageDunn Collection: Engineers at Ironbridge Gorge Museum - first railway loco

Engineers at Ironbridge Gorge Museum - first railway loco
Engineers at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum with a working replica of the first railway locomotive in the world, which was designed by Cornish engineer Richard Trevithick and built in Coalbroakdale

Background imageDunn Collection: Two Swaledale rams behind a farm gate, Coverdale

Two Swaledale rams behind a farm gate, Coverdale
Two Swaledale rams behind a farm gate, in Coverdale, Yorkshire Dales, England. Both have a fine set of horns Date: 1991

Background imageDunn Collection: Topless girls, Costa del Sol

Topless girls, Costa del Sol
Topless girls on beach, Benalmdena, Costa Del Sol, Spain. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageDunn Collection: Alison Jane Hargreaves - British mountain climber

Alison Jane Hargreaves - British mountain climber
" Alison Jane Hargreaves 1962 - 1995 was a British mountain climber. Her accomplishments included scaling Mount Everest alone, without supplementary oxygen or support from a Sherpa team

Background imageDunn Collection: A great dane dog in front of a log fire at Plas Teg

A great dane dog in front of a log fire at Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire, north Wales

Background imageDunn Collection: The Warley Water Tower, Smethwick, West Midlands, England

The Warley Water Tower, Smethwick, West Midlands, England. Now unused apart from serving as a mast for mobile phone transmitters. The Times Date: 1987

Background imageDunn Collection: The Dylan Thomas writing shed at The Boathouse, Laugharne

The Dylan Thomas writing shed at The Boathouse, Laugharne
A curator in poet Dylan Thomass writing shed at The Boathouse, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, Wales Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Five young people on grass - Abbey Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds

Five young people on grass - Abbey Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds
Five young people lie on the grass in Abbey Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Two of them, a boy and a girl, cuddle - she shows her knickers Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Old man reading newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille

Old man reading newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille
Old man concentrates on reading a newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille, France Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: Man in pony and trap beneath a road sign on Innishmore

Man in pony and trap beneath a road sign on Innishmore
A man wearing a cloth cap sits in a pony and trap beneath a road sign on Innishmore, Aran Islands, Ireland. Horse transport is often used as taxis on the islands Date: 1991

Background imageDunn Collection: Old couple in deck chairs, Great Yarmouth, England

Old couple in deck chairs, Great Yarmouth, England
An elderly couple sit in deck chairs in a promenade shelter at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. He reads the newspaper and wears a knotted handkerchief on his head. She sleeps soundly Date: 1992

Background imageDunn Collection: George Morris inventor of the 12 volt electric Welsh Harp

George Morris inventor of the 12 volt electric Welsh Harp
George Morris inventor of the 12 volt portable electric Welsh Harp, testing his invention in the hills of Snowdonia, North Wales Date: 1988

Background imageDunn Collection: The old outdoor swimming pool at Portstewart, County Derry

The old outdoor swimming pool at Portstewart, County Derry
A small boy fishes with a net in the old outdoor swimming pool at Portstewart, County Derry, Northern Ireland. This area is now redeveloped as The Crescent Play Park



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