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Dinosaur's Tail : Stock Photo
On the left L E Parsons who is in charge of the assembling of a 30ft dinosaur for the Festival of Britain exhibition. Helping him in the project is Patricia Hammond, they are working on the tail of the dinosaur which came from Alberta, Canada.

Dinosaur's Tail

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Harry Todd
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On the left L E Parsons who is in charge of the assembling of a 30ft dinosaur for the Festival of Britain exhibition. Helping him in the project is Patricia Hammond, they are working on the tail of the dinosaur which came from Alberta, Canada.
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JE8307-001
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