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Traffic Duty Parliament Square,Westminster, SW1, London, UK. 1960's
Traffic Duty Parliament Square,Westminster, SW1, London, UK. 1960's. Early 1960's, Parliament Square, junction with Parliament Street London SW1. Metropolitan Police Constable Tim Hodges, attached to Cannon Row Police Station (Alpha Delta) manning 64 Traffic Point.
Adam Faith 1962, by Daniel Farson Terence “Terry” Nelhams-Wright, known as Adam Faith (23 June 1940 – 8 March 2003), was a British teen idol, singer, actor, and financial journalist. He was one of the most charted acts of the 1960s. Faith became one of Britain’s significant early pop stars. At the time, he was distinctive for his hiccupping glottal stops and exaggerated pronunciation.
9. The Swinging Sixties - Top 25: Best of British - Stills Galleries - British Pathé
The Swinging Sixties In the 1960s London was irrefutably the coolest city in the world. Britain had exploded with new fashion trends, musical genres, innovative industries and sexual liberation. Both Carnaby Street near Soho and the King's Road in Chelsea were deified as the most important streets on earth, bustling with artistic genius, free love and the tang of a neverending party.