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Images Dated 2nd July 2019

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Choose from 45 pictures in our Images Dated 2nd July 2019 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Children play outside the old Gannex factory in Elland Featured 2 Jul 2019 Print

Children play outside the old Gannex factory in Elland

Children play outside the old Gannex factory in Elland, Yorkshire, England. The waterproof Gannex raincoats became fashion icons after being worn by British Prime Minister Harold Wilson. They were worn by The Queen, Nikita Krushchev and other world leaders. The factory was demolished in 2010. The Sunday Times Date: 1988

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

Boy pushes his bicycle up a hill in Ebbw Vale, South Wales Featured 2 Jul 2019 Print

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, and redeveloped in a joint-partnership between Blaenau Gwent Council and the Welsh Government Date: 1988

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

1980s, 1988, 80s, Bicycle, Bike, Boy, Corus, Dunn, Ebbw, Eighties, Hill, Philip, Photography, Push, Pushing, South, Steel, Steelworks, Steep, Steet, Vale, Wales, Works

Steam locomotive Josiah Wedgwood at Cheddletom Featured 2 Jul 2019 Print

Steam locomotive Josiah Wedgwood at Cheddletom

The steam locomotive Josiah Wedgwood, which pulled the first preservation trains at the Cheddleton Railway Centre, Staffordshire. This was to develop into what is now the Churnet Valley Railway. Rescued from the nearby Wolstanton Colliery at Newcastle-under-Lyme, the locomotive was restored on site at Cheddleton by the early volunteers of the North Staffordshire Railway Company who named it Josiah Wedgwood after the local potter. The Times Date: 1986

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library