A Shropshire Lad 1933

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Full title reads: "A Shropshire Lad. Oakengates - his native town - gives Gordon Richards 'the proudest moment of his life'."

Oakengates, Shropshire.

Crowd filled street in Oakengates. Banner hung over the road reads: "Well Done Gordon". Jockey, Gordon Richards steps up onto a podium.




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