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Artist or CreatorKeith Waite
Title or Caption[no caption]
Extent1 item
Published byThe Sun
Date15 Oct 1968
FormatArtwork
Size22.25 x 30.50cm
TechniqueBlack ink
Embedded text or transcriptYes, folks, this is the first lighthouse in Britain to depend on our sunshine for its energy.
Person DepictedWilson; Harold (1916-1995)
Castle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn
NotesNews (1st July) A U.S. aircraft was hijacked and flown to Cuba. (The Times Index, July-August 1968) News (14th Oct) Crossness lighthouse was to use solar energy.
News (9th Oct) Two years after British Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith held talks on board HMS Tiger, when the Rhodesian Front found the Six Principles of the proposed settlement unacceptable, the two leaders were to meet on board H.M.S. Fearless in Gibraltar for more negotiations.
News (14th Oct) The Wilson-Smith talks ended. (The Times Index, Sept-Oct 1968)
SubjectsOceans
lightships
solar energy
Transport
lighthouses
Fuel
ships
space programmes
USA
hijacking
Apollo
Seas
Rhodesia
strikes
engineering
TUC
negotiations
ex-prime ministers
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GB/BCA/711Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)1916-1995   
GB/BCA/1051Castle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn1910-2002   
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