50 Years Since The Murder Of George Cornell
Crime, London, England, Circa 1960's, The Kray Twins, The Blind Beggar pub, Scene of the murder of George Cornell by Ronnie Kray in 1966
January 01, 1960 License
The Scotland Yard team which investigated the Kray Twins case pose on the the steps of Tintagel House, 4th March 1969. From left to right (front row) Superintendent Henry Mooney, Superintendent Don Adams, Commissioner John Du Rose,...More
March 04, 1969 License
Crime, 4th March 1969, The Kray Brothers,l-r, Reginald, Charles and Ronald,Reginald and Ronald were found guilty of murder at the trial at the Old Bailey, Charles guilty as an accessory
England, Circa 1969, East End London gangster Reggie Kray lights up a cigarette for his twin brother Ronnie as the two relax over a cup of tea in the front living room of their mother Violet+s house in Vallance Road, shortly before the...More
January 01, 1969 License
George Cornell, who was fatally shot at The Blind Beggar public house.
June 25, 1968 License
London gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray refresh themselves with a cup of tea. They had just spent 36 hours being questioned by the police about the murder of George Cornell. Original Publication: People Disc - HF0517
August 06, 1966 License
Twin brothers and organised crime bosses Ronnie and Reggie Kray in Cedra Court, off Cazenove Road in northeast London, 3rd August 1964.
August 03, 1964 License