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Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Berkeley Arms, Purton, Gloucestershire

Berkeley Arms, Purton, Gloucestershire
Landllady of The Berkeley Arms, Purton, beside the River Severn, Gloucstershire. A customer collects his pint of beer through a serving hatch at the side of the public bar

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Empire Motors, Little Ferry, New Jersey, USA

Empire Motors, Little Ferry, New Jersey, USA
Empire Motors and Garions Auto Exchange, Sylvan Avenue (Highway 46), Little Ferry, Bergen County, New Jersey, USA. Date: 1947

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Chief Two Guns White Calf, Blackfeet Indian, Montana, USA

Chief Two Guns White Calf, Blackfeet Indian, Montana, USA
Chief Two Guns White Calf (1872-1934), Blackfeet Indian, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Date: circa 1920

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Monaco policemen

Monaco policemen
Two uniformed policemen stand beneath a street lamp in Monaco. They wear bobbies helmets and smart spats. The ornate lamp casts a shadow on the white wall. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Tipton Slasher sculpture

Tipton Slasher sculpture
Welder and sculptor Jack Bouckley, of Wolverhampton, works on a metal sculpture of 19th Century Black Country heavyweight prize fighter William Perry, known as The Tipton Slasher

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Cow over stone wall, Yorkshire

Cow over stone wall, Yorkshire
A curious cow looks over a dry stone wall in Rosedale, Yorkshire. An old stone barn is in the background. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1991

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: HMS Victory - 2

HMS Victory - 2
HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England. A sailor scrubs the main deck. First published The Daily Telegraph Date: circa 1990

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Beachcomber, Marloes

Beachcomber, Marloes
A beachcomber with his pet Jack Russell dog on the beach at Marloes, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. He carries an old plastic stool and a boat fender he has found on the beach

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: H J Heinz factory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

H J Heinz factory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
View from Troy Hill of the H J Heinz factory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Date: 1911

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: 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 imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Cannon firing in pub -1

Cannon firing in pub -1
The owner of a company manufacturing miniature cannons test fires one of his products in the Quarter House pub, Compton Road, Wolverhampton

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Old ladies, Piece Hall Halifax - 1

Old ladies, Piece Hall Halifax - 1
Dressed in identical raincoats and woolly hats, twin old ladies stand in the Piece Hall square, Halifax, West Yorkshire, and eat their ice creams. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Waitress Soho strip club

Waitress Soho strip club
A young waitress outside a strip club in Soho, London, before the area was completely changed and most of the clubs closed down Date: 1986

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Author Sue Townsend - 1

Author Sue Townsend - 1
Sue Townsend, 1946-2014. Writer - author of Adrian Mole books. First published The Times Date: 1988

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Rag n Bone man Stockport slum yard

Rag n Bone man Stockport slum yard
A Rag n Bone man pushes his barrow though a slum cummunal yard in Stockport, Cheshire, England. He is watched by small children. The property was demolished shortly afterwards Date: circa 1970

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Slum communal yard, Stockport

Slum communal yard, Stockport
Small children and mongrel dogs beneath the washing lines in the communal back yard of slum property in Stockport, Cheshire, England. The property was demolished shortly afterwards Date: circa 1970

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Cosys Bunker Juno Beach Normandy

Cosys Bunker Juno Beach Normandy
This was the scene of heavy fighting on 6 June and is named after Lt William F ( Cosy ) Aitken of B Company Royal Winnipeg Rifles whose number 10 platoon took it by hurling grenades through

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: 46 Royal Marines Commando Memorial Rots Normandy

46 Royal Marines Commando Memorial Rots Normandy
Unusually this black marble memorial list the ages of the fallen. It commemorates the fighting in Rots and le Hamel of 11 June 1944

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Captain Terence Cousins Memorial Roundabout

Captain Terence Cousins Memorial Roundabout
This was unveiled following a brief ceremony on 7 June 2004. 47 Royal Marine Commando, Cousins unit, gained the heights above Port en Bessin on D Day

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Memorial 147 US Engineer Combat Battalion

Memorial 147 US Engineer Combat Battalion
This is in the grounds of the Chateau d Englesqueville on the D514 behind Omaha Beach. In 1944 the grounds were filled with tents

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Quackenbush Store, Paterson, New Jersey, USA

Quackenbush Store, Paterson, New Jersey, USA
Quackenbush Store, Main Street, Paterson, New Jersey, USA. Date: circa 1908

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Spry - the last Severn Trow

Spry - the last Severn Trow
Shipwight working on the ribs of Spry, the last Severn Trow. Spry was rebuilt by the Upper Severn Navigation Trust (which is now The Spry Trust) in conjunction with the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Wolverhampton Low Level station - 1

Wolverhampton Low Level station - 1
Wolverhamton Low Level Railway Station before the site was redeveloped. Two men change the points on the track Date: 1992

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: New Forest boys, Hampshire

New Forest boys, Hampshire
Two young boys pull another boy out of the river and onto the riverbank to safety on a summer day in New Forest Hampshire. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Aberdaron, Lyn Peninsula, N Wales

Aberdaron, Lyn Peninsula, N Wales
The graveyard of St Hywyns Church above Aberdaron beach on the Llyn Peninsula, North Wales. Holidaymakers swim in the surf on the beach Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: St Hywyns Church, Aberdaron

St Hywyns Church, Aberdaron
St Hywyns Church and graveyard above Aberdaron beach on the Llyn Peninsula, North Wales. Holidaymakers swim in the surf off the beach. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Cleobury Mortimer corn mill

Cleobury Mortimer corn mill
The miller carries a sack of corn for grinding at Cleobury Mortimer mill, Shropshire England. First published The Daily Telgraph Date: 1986

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Old ladies, Piece Hall Halifax - 2

Old ladies, Piece Hall Halifax - 2
Dressed in identical raincoats and woolly hats, twin old ladies stand in the Piece Hall square, Halifax, West Yorkshire, and eat their ice creams. First published The Daily Telegraph Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Porthcawl, Wales

Porthcawl, Wales
An elderly man looks out to sea from the promenade at Porthcawl, South Wales. It is winter and he holds a large umbrella. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Waitresses Soho strip club

Waitresses Soho strip club
Two young waitresses outside a strip club in Soho, London, before the area was completely changed and most of the clubs closed down Date: 1986

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Barber shop, Scunthorpe

Barber shop, Scunthorpe
A traditional gents barber trims a customer while another one waits his turn in a barbers shop, Scunthorope, Lincolnshire. First published in The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Irish Guards, Windsor

Irish Guards, Windsor
Irish Guards marching on parade at Windsor Castle, Berkshire Date: 1989

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Boy in slum housing yard

Boy in slum housing yard
Rear view of small fair-haired boy walking alone past dustbins and washing lines in the communal back yard of slum housing in Brinksway, Stockport, Cheshire, England

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Mulberry Harbour Remains Arromaches Normandy

Mulberry Harbour Remains Arromaches Normandy
The extraordinary idea of floating concrete harbours across the Channel is said to have been that of Winston Churchill. There were two of them but the one at Omaha Beach was destroyed by a storm

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Robert E Wright & Kenneth J Moore Angoville au Plain

Robert E Wright & Kenneth J Moore Angoville au Plain
The window in the church remembers the selfless work of these two medics who looked after 80 combatants and one child in June 1944

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Young Woman at a disco, Cornwall

Young Woman at a disco, Cornwall
Young Woman in a red dress at a disco somewhere in Cornwall, with colourful lighting from spotlights (and from the dancefloor!). Date: mid-1980s

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Two Couples at a disco, Cornwall

Two Couples at a disco, Cornwall
Two Couples at a disco somewhere in Cornwall, with colourful lighting from spotlights. Date: mid-1980s

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Young couple at a disco, Cornwall

Young couple at a disco, Cornwall
Young couple at a disco somewhere in Cornwall, with colourful lighting from spotlights. Date: mid-1980s

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Comite du Debarquement Signal Memorial Bernieres

Comite du Debarquement Signal Memorial Bernieres
This was the first of the Monuments put up by the Comite under M Raymond Triboulet. They are found along the beaches to commemorate le Jour J

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: la Maison Queens Own Rifles of Canada D Day 6 June

la Maison Queens Own Rifles of Canada D Day 6 June
Despite the heavy bombardments from sea and air this building retained its form and shape as can be seen in this D Day picture displayed outside today

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Regina Rifle Regiment Plaque Juno Beach exit

Regina Rifle Regiment Plaque Juno Beach exit
The Rifles part of 7th Canadian Brigade, landed at 0800 hours on D Day preceded by the flail tanks of the 1st Hussars. All Canadian objectives were secured that day, the only landings that did

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: French Destroyer la Combattante Memorial Courseulles

French Destroyer la Combattante Memorial Courseulles
The ship was part of the supporting Bombardment Group. She was built in Glasgow in 1942 under the name HMS Haldon & loaned to the Free French Navy

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: 6th Canadian Field Company Canadian Royal Engineers

6th Canadian Field Company Canadian Royal Engineers
This, with other plaques, is on the side of a DD Sherman tank in Courseulles recovered from the sea. The area was the aiming point for the 7th Canadian Brigade Group whose engineers had the task of

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Queens Own Rifles of Canada Memorial Anguerny

Queens Own Rifles of Canada Memorial Anguerny
On 6 June 1944 the Rifles landed on Nan White Beach near Bernieres, The DD tanks of the Fort Garry Horse were delayed by rough seas & the Rifles landed without their support

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Memorial to ALG B4 Beny sur Mer Normandy

Memorial to ALG B4 Beny sur Mer Normandy
This was used by 401, 411 and 412 Squadrons of the Royal Canadian Air Force who flew Spitfires as part of 126 Wing. The first aircraft to use the Landing Ground was a damaged Spitfire which came down

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Wurzberg radar antenna Douvres Radar Station

Wurzberg radar antenna Douvres Radar Station
This is just outside the Museum which is based in two well preserved bunkers and charts the evolution of radar. The dish, a Wurzberg-Reise, was removed after the war, renovated and returned here

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Luftwaffe Radar Station Bunkers Douvres Normandy

Luftwaffe Radar Station Bunkers Douvres Normandy
This was not only a radar station but as it was on high ground it was a major defensive position with bunkers, barbed wire and minefields. The bunkers are often hidden by crops

Background imageImages Dated 14th March 2019: Airfield B16 pumping station Moulineaux Normandy

Airfield B16 pumping station Moulineaux Normandy
This is proably the only remaining such structure and was stone built for its purpose to pump fuel to the airstrip at Villons le Buissons. Inspection will reveal the signs CARPE DIEM and JULY 1944



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