The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Beach That Died cover (30 July 1971)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
OUT OF HALF A HANGAR - Just over 50 years ago the first regular air service in Britain carried its first passengers all the way from Manchester to Blackpool. Just over 25 years ago BEA was born in half a hangar at Northolt Two and a half pages
ENGLAND'S GREEN AND RAVAGED LAND - The beauty of Britain is threatened not only by industrial development, urbanisation and traffic, but also by dereliction, litter and waste. In the fourth andf inal article of our series on pollution, we look at the gradual mortification of our land in the age of plenty, the creation of a desert growing at the rate of ten acres every day of every week. Is it too late to repair the damage? 4 pages
THE RISING TIDE OF RUBBISH - Where does all our rubbish go? Is the only answer to waste disposal the creation of ever-spreading dumps on precious land, or can the contents of our bins be re-used for our benefit? We review the rubbish situation in Britain today Two and a half page feature
GIRLS ON A BUDGET - Most girls in their teens and twenties rely on the clothes they wear to express their individuality. But can the young working girl in London afford to keep up with the constant changes in fashion? How much of her salary can she hope to spend on clothes? We selected five girls, each with her own taste and outlook, and found they had developed their own styles to suit their budgets. Graham Finlayson photographed them in their favourite clothes 4 page photos