With a population as big as Scotland's and an area half the size of Belgium, Yorkshire (England) is almost a country in itself. It has its own flag, its own dialect and its own celebration, Yorkshire Day (1 August). While local folk are proud to be English, they're even prouder to be natives of 'God's Own County'... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/yorkshire#ixzz3Lbc7uIbN
Credit: Ron Case/Getty Images A mock-up at the 'Victoria line' exhibition at the Design Centre, London, of the interior of a new type of carriage that would be used on the new Victoria line, 20 August 1968. The new carriages feature lengthways seating to allow more room for standing passengers, two-level arm rests, which can be shared by adjacent passengers, and internal speakers for driver announcements.
The packaging has changed but Mother's Pride bread is still made by British Bakeries (part of Premier Foods) who also make Hovis and Nimble. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images