Profile: Ian Crump

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Heritage Writer

Latest articles from Ian Crump

Benny Hill through the years.
A new terminal for Red Funnel Services on 5,511 square yards of reclaimed land between Southampton Royal Pier and Town Quay was opened July 31, 1969 by the then Mayor, Hilda Kathleen Johnson. After officially opeing the new terminal, the mayor boarded
German Prisoners being marched through Southampton in 1916.
PIM garage
Southampton's musical past and its connections to the stars of the industry
160 years of Red Funnel – how times have changed for the ferry operator
160 years of Red Funnel – craft involved in D-Day, Normandy and Titanic voyage
Dunwood Manor Golf Club opening day. 21st November 1970. From left to right, Club Directors Mrs Thalia Brown and Mrs Paddy Brown, professional and course designer Joe Reynolds, and Saints footballer Ron Davies, who drove the first ball, raise a toast
Queue for tickets to see Genesis at the Gaumont. 10th Mar 1975.    THE SOUTHERN DAILY ECHO ARCHIVES.