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Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout
Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout
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Prestatyn Holiday Camp, for a real seaside holiday
Prestatyn Holiday Camp, for a real seaside holiday
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Too Many Cooks by Lawson Wood
Too Many Cooks by Lawson Wood
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Ma Yuan (1155-1235). Walking on a mountain path
Ma Yuan (1155-1235). Walking on a mountain path
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Holidaymakers on the sands at Filey, North Yorkshire
Holidaymakers on the sands at Filey, North Yorkshire
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Aerial view of the beach and cliffs at Beer, East Devon
Aerial view of the beach and cliffs at Beer, East Devon
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The Blue Butterfly by Muriel Dawson
The Blue Butterfly by Muriel Dawson
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The Little Truant by Muriel Dawson
The Little Truant by Muriel Dawson
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Lady with Borzoi in Park
Lady with Borzoi in Park
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Blitz in London -- St Bride Street, Farringdon Street, WW2
Blitz in London -- St Bride Street, Farringdon Street, WW2
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Women outdoors 1881
Women outdoors 1881
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Portrait photograph of a young Winston Churchill
Portrait photograph of a young Winston Churchill
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Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout Featured Print

Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout

Peak District ramblers in trouble: walking towards Kinder Scout on the occasion of their battle with the gamekeepers. The mass trespass intended to highlight the denial of access for walkers to open countryside, and some participants ended up in violent scuffles with gamekeepers

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1932, 24th, Access, April, Britain, Country Side, District, England, Hikers, Hiking, Historical, History, Kinder, Mass, Peak, Public, Ramblers, Rambling, Rights, Roam, Scout, Trespass, Walkers, Walking

Wild Flowers by Muriel Dawson
Wild Flowers by Muriel Dawson
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Union Workhouse, Morpeth, Northumberland
Union Workhouse, Morpeth, Northumberland
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Carroll/Alice & the Dodo
Carroll/Alice & the Dodo
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Len Murray, Alan Sapper, Mick McGahey and Ray Buckton
Len Murray, Alan Sapper, Mick McGahey and Ray Buckton
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Four boys in a street in the East End of London
Four boys in a street in the East End of London
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Churchill/Smiling/1924
Churchill/Smiling/1924
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Leaving the Underground
Leaving the Underground
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Tarot Card 22 - Le Fou (The Fool)
Tarot Card 22 - Le Fou (The Fool)
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Hampstead Heath 1939
Hampstead Heath 1939
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King George VI & his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother)
King George VI & his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother)
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Embankment/Lantern Slide
Embankment/Lantern Slide
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Advert/Dunlop Tyres 1933
Advert/Dunlop Tyres 1933
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King George VI & his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother) Featured Print

King George VI & his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother)

An early, undated photograph of a smiling King George VI (1895-1952), and his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother)(1900-2002)at Ballater railway station, Scotland. Dressed informally, with the Queen Mother sporting a cloche hat and an off the shoulder fur stole, they are accompanied by a dog on a leash, and followed by a railway worker. Ballater was the nearest railway station to Balmoral Castle, until it was then closed by the British Railways Board in 1966, as part of the "Beeching cuts"

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Police Officer Walking
Police Officer Walking
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Modern Athenians plate 1 - Edinburgh
Modern Athenians plate 1 - Edinburgh
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Edwardian woman with her pointer dog
Edwardian woman with her pointer dog
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A Row of Ramblers
A Row of Ramblers
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Silhouette of a local squire and his dog
Silhouette of a local squire and his dog
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Silhouette of barmaid and customer in a pub
Silhouette of barmaid and customer in a pub
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Cumbria Ramblers
Cumbria Ramblers
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Nelson Mandela Freedom March
Nelson Mandela Freedom March
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Walliss Hiking Kit Ad
Walliss Hiking Kit Ad
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George Wilson/Pedestrian
George Wilson/Pedestrian
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Sir Charles Cox, Vanity Fair, Spy
Sir Charles Cox, Vanity Fair, Spy
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Characterful old lady with her knitting
Characterful old lady with her knitting
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Modern Athenians plate 1 - Edinburgh Featured Print

Modern Athenians plate 1 - Edinburgh

Alexander Youngson on the left hand plate, approaching John Sheriff, alias Dr. Syntax, on the right hand plate. Youngson was apparently not happy about being depicted with Dr. Syntax, whose name was "doubtless bestowed from the remarkable likeness he showed to the figure so called in Rowlandson's coloured prints, published about the year 1815. Dressed with the most scrupulous care and cleanliness, in an antiquated costume of semi-military character with highly polished Hessian boots, he was to be seen every Sunday staling at a rapid pace through the streets with his cane poised on his shoulder. He rendered himself still more grotesque by wearing a pair of green spectacles and a remarkably low-crowned hat - probably a cast-off one of Dr. John Ritchie's, the well-known voluntary church controversialist."

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Chesterfield/Vanity Fair
Chesterfield/Vanity Fair
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Muybridge - Baboon
Muybridge - Baboon
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Hiawatha/Wedding/Bride
Hiawatha/Wedding/Bride
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Puss in Boots
Puss in Boots
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Caterpillar track steam engine by R. Hornsby & Sons
Caterpillar track steam engine by R. Hornsby & Sons
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Shepherd with sheep, horse and dog
Shepherd with sheep, horse and dog
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The Kennel Maid
The Kennel Maid
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Edwardian Walkers
Edwardian Walkers
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Tiny Parasol Circa 1810
Tiny Parasol Circa 1810
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WEREWOLF/'LOUP-GAROU
WEREWOLF/'LOUP-GAROU
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People on holiday in Douglas, Isle of Man
People on holiday in Douglas, Isle of Man
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Ataturk and Amanullah Khan in a rowing boat - 1928
Ataturk and Amanullah Khan in a rowing boat - 1928
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