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1968 -1989 ENGLAND THE WAY WE WERE BRITISH SOCIETY in 1970s 1980s BRITAIN

South Kirkby, Yorkshire. 1979<br />
Andy a 17 year old miner with his girlfriend Gail Kirkham in the village pit pub. He told me, that there is "nothing to do in village apart from spend money on drink." He took home £60-00 a week for four days work.
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South Kirkby, Yorkshire. 1979
Andy a 17 year old miner with his girlfriend Gail Kirkham in the village pit pub. He told me, that there is "nothing to do in village apart from spend money on drink." He took home £60-00 a week for four days work.

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From gallery: 1968 -1989 ENGLAND THE WAY WE WERE BRITISH SOCIETY in 1970s 1980s BRITAIN
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Date: 31 Jan 2014
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Credit: HOMER SYKES
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