The Sunday Times magazine - Queen Elizabeth II cover (7 July 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - Queen Elizabeth II cover (7 July 1968) Fair condition for age - magazine has been read - there is some age wear to spine - foxing and light wear to front cover - light wear throughout
"THIS LONDON'S MADE FOR WALKING"
By 1990 (and perhaps earlier) we should be able to walk (undisturbed by traffic and largely under cover) from Charing Cross to Oxford Circus and (with luck) from Parliament Square to Covent Garden and the Aldwych. The difference this time lies in the man (Frank West, Westminster City Architect) with the vision and in his method.
Four and a half-page 'design for living' feature
(with a bird's eye view of the Piccadilly proposals; the Crown Commissioners' design for Regent Street; and the proposed segregated pedestrian routes)
WHY LEOPARDS DON'T DIE IN THEIR BEDS - Profile of an animal threatened by the demands of fashion. (By Anthony Smith)
Three and a half pages
QUEEN ELIZABETH II - Pauline Peters: On tour with the Queen
Five and a half pages
MRS MURIEL PYRAH - Two and a half page feature
AFLOAT WITH THE BURTONS - A tour of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor's moored yacht Kalizma