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 Derek and Dennis doing the duo-display which they created and which they also did for many famous people. Circa From Derek Van Petegem's personal collection. British Police Cars, Driving School, Schools, Famous People, 1970s, Around The Worlds, Memories, Display, London

MPMDS Hendon. Derek and Dennis doing the duo-display which they created and which they also did for many famous people. Circa 1970s. From Derek Van Petegem's personal collection.

~ Police Constables & snowballs, Trafalgar Square, London in the - Black & White ~ Asian History, British History, Uk History, Tudor History, History Facts, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Little Britain, London Police

Cannon Row (Alpha Delta) Police Station Police Constables & Snowballs, Trafalgar Square, London, UK 1980's?

Snowballs On Trafalgar Square. These two Cannon Row Police (Metropolitan Police 'A' Division) officers were no doubt liaising with the public in a very seasonal way. Ex PC 597 'A' Reg Leonard recognises the PC on the left as PC John Jessop. Who is the PC on the right? Ex 'A' PC Len Bentley having noticed different issues of uniform clothing feels that this picture was taken circa early 1980's. Further to above, Ex PC 813 'A' Colin Partridge says that the PC on the left is Tim Garlick and the…

A Metropolitan Policeman using a Police Box. Yes, the Tardis was originally modeled on a real thing that was at the time reasonably familiar on London streets. London History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, Ancient History, Vintage London, Old London, Victorian London, South London

Iconic British Things No.10: The Phone Box | BBC America

[caption id="attachment_62327" align="aligncenter" width="460" caption="'Out Of Order' by David Mach (1988)"][/caption] As we're now frantically getting ready for the Doctor Who convention this weekend,...

Manchester City Police peelers parade in the yard of the city's Albert Street Police Staion in the Early police officers wore top hats and frock coats to allay public fears that the new forces were part of the military. To find out more about Manchester City, Manchester Police, London Police, Victorian London, Victorian Photos, Victorian Era, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

Albert Street Peelers

Manchester City Police peelers parade in the yard of the city's Albert Street Police Staion in the 1850s. Early police officers wore top hats and frock coats to allay public fears that the new forces were part of the military. For more information please follow Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives. To find out more about Greater Manchester Police please visit our website. www.gmp.police.uk You should call 101, the new national non-emergency number, to report crime and other concerns…

After the first Brixton riots of the subsequent report by Lord Scarman concluded that these were ‘essentially an outburst of anger and resentment by young black people against the police’. European History, British History, World History, Riot Police, Police Officer, British Police Cars, National Front, London Police, People Running

British Police History, 1981 Brixton riots

After the first Brixton riots of 1981, the subsequent report by Lord Scarman (1981) concluded that these were ‘essentially an outburst of anger and resentment by young black people against the police’.

Manchester City Police peelers parade in the yard of the city's Albert Street Police Staion in the Early police officers wore top hats and frock coats to allay public fears that the new forces were part of the military. To find out more about Manchester City, Manchester Police, London Police, Victorian London, Victorian Photos, Victorian Era, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

Albert Street Peelers

Manchester City Police peelers parade in the yard of the city's Albert Street Police Staion in the 1850s. Early police officers wore top hats and frock coats to allay public fears that the new forces were part of the military. For more information please follow Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives. To find out more about Greater Manchester Police please visit our website. www.gmp.police.uk You should call 101, the new national non-emergency number, to report crime and other concerns…

New recruits Police Officers Issued Helmet for London's Metropolitan Police. Police Uniforms, Police Officer, I Love Girls, My Love, London Metropolitan, Law And Order, Old London, Great British, British History

1946 New recruits for London's Metropolitan Police

New recruits Police Officers Issued Helmet for London's Metropolitan Police.

“English cop chasing nude kids in a Hyde Park” England - London, 1923 Edward Weston, Vintage London, Old London, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Hyde Park London, Famous Pictures, London History, Steve Mccurry

Drawn By Light: The Royal Photographic Society Collection review – a stupendous selection

Images talk to each other over time in this remarkable survey of more than 200 photographs from the vaults of the Royal Photographic Society, writes Laura Cumming

Britain's 100 finest-ever cars British Police Cars, Old Police Cars, Emergency Vehicles, Police Vehicles, Rover P6, Classic Cars British, Mg Midget, Honda S, Ford Escort

Britain's 100 finest-ever cars | Autocar

Back in 2014 Autocar polled its readers to vote for their favourite British car. Now revised for 2019, we take a close look.

- Ford Transit on the set of Inspector George Gently Police Vehicles, Emergency Vehicles, Titanic Underwater, Old Police Cars, Classic Cars British, Mk 1, Police Uniforms, Vintage Vans, Ford Transit

WBJ10C - MK1 Ford Transit on the set of Inspector George Gently

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Plod astride a fire-breathing Velocette LE. Uk Cop Humour, Make Way For Ducklings, Police Uniforms, Helmet Design, Smart Car, Family Album, My Childhood Memories, Vintage Motorcycles, Motorbikes

"Evenin' all" Used by many British Police forces, the police riders became known as "Noddies" because they were required to "nod" to senior officers, and the bike was nicknamed "the Noddy Bike". They were very quiet running so you wouldn't hear them approaching....maybe that's why the police used them.

The people, places, and experiences of Scotland Yard-- London's police service-- in A policeman uses a two-way radio. Police Uniforms, Police Officer, Sirens, Radios, Police Dispatcher, London Police, Manchester Police, 19th Century London, Acid House

UK Police History - 2-way radio

Photograph taken in London 1967 2-way radio or Walkie-Talkie Radio as used by London Police made by Motorola. The British police box were phased out following the introduction of personal radios.

London police constable on Point Duty at Piccadilly Circus at the junction with Regent Street 1936 Photo: Bill Brandt Vintage London, Old London, Bill Brandt Photography, Little Britain, London Police, Police Uniforms, Police Officer, Walks In London, Piccadilly Circus

London Police Constable on Point Duty at Piccadilly Circus at the junction with Regent Street 1936

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