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Not in Use. Rusting burnt out and disused speed camera with a hood by the side of the road, Warwickshire - John Harris - 16-01-2017
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16-01-2017 Not in Use. Rusting burnt out and disused speed camera with a hood by the side of the road, Warwickshire © John Harris
Residents have painted over the street name sign, after James Turner Street featured in the Channel 4 program Benefits Street, a tv series which has demonised the residents as the undeserving poor, Wi... - John Harris - 23-01-2014
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23-01-2014 Residents have painted over the street name sign, after James Turner Street featured in the Channel 4 program Benefits Street, a tv series which has demonised the residents as the undeserving poor, Wi... © John Harris
Residents have painted over the street name sign, after James Turner Street featured in the Channel 4 program Benefits Street, a tv series which has demonised the residents as the undeserving poor, Wi... - John Harris - 23-01-2014
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23-01-2014 Residents have painted over the street name sign, after James Turner Street featured in the Channel 4 program Benefits Street, a tv series which has demonised the residents as the undeserving poor, Wi... © John Harris
What next? graffiti. - Paul Box - 25-03-2009
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25-03-2009 What next? graffiti. © Paul Box
What next? graffiti. - Paul Box - 25-03-2009
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25-03-2009 What next? graffiti. © Paul Box
What next? graffiti. - Paul Box - 25-03-2009
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25-03-2009 What next? graffiti. © Paul Box
What next? graffiti. - Paul Box - 25-03-2009
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25-03-2009 What next? graffiti. © Paul Box
Mark Webster reporter with Five Wews reporting on the desecration of Muslim graves in Handsworth cemetery in a suspected racist attack. The day of the Muslim festival Eid, Birmingham - Jess Hurd - 04-11-2005
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04-11-2005 Mark Webster reporter with Five Wews reporting on the desecration of Muslim graves in Handsworth cemetery in a suspected racist attack. The day of the Muslim festival Eid, Birmingham © Jess Hurd
Damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a racist attack - Geoff Crawford - 16-06-2005
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16-06-2005 Damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a racist attack © Geoff Crawford
A journalist wanders through damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a... - Geoff Crawford - 16-06-2005
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16-06-2005 A journalist wanders through damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a... © Geoff Crawford
Damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a racist attack - Geoff Crawford - 16-06-2005
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16-06-2005 Damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a racist attack © Geoff Crawford
Damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a racist attack - Geoff Crawford - 16-06-2005
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16-06-2005 Damaged gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a racist attack © Geoff Crawford
Maintenance staff repair vandalised gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a... - Geoff Crawford - 16-06-2005
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16-06-2005 Maintenance staff repair vandalised gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a... © Geoff Crawford
Maintenance staff repair vandalised gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a... - Geoff Crawford - 16-06-2005
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16-06-2005 Maintenance staff repair vandalised gravestones at West Ham Jewish cemetery in Stratford, east London. Over 80 stones were pushed over and the door to the Rothschild family mausoleum was smashed in a... © Geoff Crawford
Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. - Paul Box - 24-03-2005
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24-03-2005 Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. © Paul Box
Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. - Paul Box - 24-03-2005
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24-03-2005 Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. © Paul Box
Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. - Paul Box - 24-03-2005
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24-03-2005 Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. © Paul Box
Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. - Paul Box - 24-03-2005
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24-03-2005 Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. © Paul Box
Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. - Paul Box - 24-03-2005
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24-03-2005 Council Houses in Filton, Bristol. They were built in the 1950s and are suffering from concrete decay due to Alkali Silica reaction. They are being demolished and the residents re housed. © Paul Box
Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 Boarded up empty and vandalised terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
A horse grazes on the site of recently demolished terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 A horse grazes on the site of recently demolished terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
A horse grazes on the site of recently demolished terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 A horse grazes on the site of recently demolished terraced housing in a low demand area of South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
Boarded up vandalised and empty terraced houses in South Bank, Middlesbrough - Philip Wolmuth - 28-09-2004
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28-09-2004 Boarded up vandalised and empty terraced houses in South Bank, Middlesbrough © Philip Wolmuth
Peter Chappell of the Free George Davis campaign at home, Poplar, London 1975. He famously vandalised the Headingly cricket ground in 1975, pouring oil on it and digging holes, which led to the final... - NLA - 20-08-1975
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20-08-1975 Peter Chappell of the Free George Davis campaign at home, Poplar, London 1975. He famously vandalised the Headingly cricket ground in 1975, pouring oil on it and digging holes, which led to the final... © NLA
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