Baby sips a pint and swimmers tiptoe into the chilly sea in nostalgic picture book celebrating the great British holiday

  The Sun 

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LIFE in Britain through the ages has been captured in a series of stunning nostalgic photos in a celebration of the great British day out. Images of days gone by of Brits enjoying road-side picnics, outings to the beach and snippets of family life have been compiled into a photo book by filmmaker Lee Shulman. […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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