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EAW030526 ENGLAND (1950). St John's Wood, a test match (England vs West Indies) underway at Lord's Cricket Ground, 1950

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Title [EAW030526] St John's Wood, a test match (England vs West Indies) underway at Lord's Cricket Ground, 1950
Reference EAW030526
Date 26-June-1950
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Place name ST JOHN'S WOOD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 526906, 182809
Longitude / Latitude -0.17029472560016, 51.529430380299
National Grid Reference TQ269828

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As hoped for, we do have some photos of Lords during the 1950 Test Match with the West Indies. Here is a great view from the west, behind the pavilion, with the nursery ground beyond.



I recommend following the link below to listen to this celebratory song performed by Lord Beginner (Egbert Moore) and written by Lord Kitchener (Aldwin Roberts), 'Victory Calypso (Cricket Lovely Cricket)'! Written for the first West Indian victory in England in 1950 at Lords.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06P0RdZyjT4

David Parry
Wednesday 16th of July 2014 02:22:16 PM