Punks in­vade the city

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your -

THIRTY

years ago it wasn’t un­usual to see punks wan­der­ing around the streets of Peter­bor­ough.

With their out­ra­geous clothes and out­landish hair, they were dif­fi­cult to ig­nore.

This cou­ple were spot­ted by Chris walk­ing along Broad­way in Peter­bor­ough, and if you look closely you can see the old li­brary build­ing, which is now Im­pe­rial Bento, in the back­ground.

This is prob­a­bly one of my favourite pic­tures taken by Chris and fea­tured in his hugely suc­cess­ful ex­hi­bi­tion, Peter­bor­ough Through A Lens, at Peter­bor­ough Mu­seum, ear­lier this month.

All fans of The Para­medic Pa­parazzo’s work will be able to see more of his pho­to­graphs in our new weekly news­pa­per, from this Thurs­day. go ahead punk: This cou­ple were mak­ing their way along Broad­way in Peter­bor­ough when they were cap­tured on film.

right on Track: The Fly­ing Scots­man on a visit to Peter­bor­ough with the Peter Brother­hood fac­tory, where Vi­o­let Ham­mond worked, in the back­ground.

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