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Muhammad Ali lays wreath Featured Victoria Tower Print

Muhammad Ali lays wreath

Boxing legend Muhammad Ali lays a wreath at a monument in London as part of a campaign by the Jubilee 2000 Coalition to cancel the Third World debt for the Millennium. * Ali, now in his late 50s, was met by six children at Victoria Tower Gardens, near Westminster this morning. Dressed in a vivid multi-coloured jumper and blue trousers, Ali kissed the children before joining them at the monument to lay green and yellow wreaths of roses and lilies. His visit was in support of the Jubilee 2000 Coalition which is fighting to bring about the end of Third World debt. See PA story SOCIAL Ali. Photo by Matthew Fearn/PA


Abraham Lincoln Statue, Westminster, London Featured Victoria Tower Print

Abraham Lincoln Statue, Westminster, London

Statue of US President Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), Parliament Square, Westminster, London (now re-located slightly to stand in front of the Middlesex Guildhall) - a replica of the original piece by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, erected in Lincoln Park Chicago. In the rear can be seen The Buxton Memorial Fountain originally constructed (as seen) in Parliament Square but removed in 1940 and placed in its present position in Victoria Tower Gardens in 1957. Date: circa 1920

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The King and Queen drove in state from Buckingham Palace to the House of Lords for Featured Victoria Tower Print

The King and Queen drove in state from Buckingham Palace to the House of Lords for

The King and Queen drove in state from Buckingham Palace to the House of Lords for the opening of Parliament. Their majesties were escorted by a Captain's Escort of Household Cavalry and preceding the Royal Coach was a carriage containing the crowns. At the Victoria Tower, Westminster the king and queen were met by the great offices of state and proceeded to the Robing Room. To salute their arrival at Westminster, a troop of Royal Horse Artillery fired 41t guns from St James's Park.
Picture shows: Yeomen of the Guard, in their colourful uniforms, paraded for inspection at the Houses of Parliament for the state opening.
12 November 1946