Road sign to Aberfan, South Wales, where 116 children and 28 adults were killed when a coal tip above the village collapsed and engulfed Pantglas Junior School 1971 - Peter Arkell - 16-10-1971
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16-10-1971 Road sign to Aberfan, South Wales, where 116 children and 28 adults were killed when a coal tip above the village collapsed and engulfed Pantglas Junior School 1971 © Peter Arkell
Aberfan disaster, South Wales. White arches in Bryntaf Cemetery, Aberfan mark the graves of the 116 children killed in the disaster, when a coal tip collapsed and engulfed a school in 1966 - Peter Arkell - 16-10-1971
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16-10-1971 Aberfan disaster, South Wales. White arches in Bryntaf Cemetery, Aberfan mark the graves of the 116 children killed in the disaster, when a coal tip collapsed and engulfed a school in 1966 © Peter Arkell
Aberfan, South Wales. A village without children, 5 years on from the disaster that killed 116 children and 28 adults in the village when a coal tip collapsed and engulfed a school, 1971 - Peter Arkell - 16-10-1971
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16-10-1971 Aberfan, South Wales. A village without children, 5 years on from the disaster that killed 116 children and 28 adults in the village when a coal tip collapsed and engulfed a school, 1971 © Peter Arkell
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