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No 2 Factory Watermarked.jpg
Exterior view of No. 2 Factory on Radford Boulevard. Work was completed in 1932 and the building measured 250,000 square foot.The factory continued to produce cigarettes until the 1970s, when Player's moved production to its new Horizon factory.

Tony at Work in Electronics Section named copy Watermarked.jpg
A photograph of Tom Keatley, Mick Clifford, Tony Wardle, Frank Booth, Neville Wildgoose and Les Bacon at work in the electronics section at the Radford site.

Factory Floor Watermarked.jpg
Photograph showing a factory floor production line of 'Gold Leaf' tobacco boxes. A male supervisor can be seen inspecting the women at work.

Miss England Watermarked.jpg
Miss England on a tour of the factory. She is shown shaking hands with a female employee who was busy processing tobacco leaf.

In the summer of 1967, the then Miss England Jennifer Lewis was invited to take a tour of John Player & Sons No. 3…

F1 Car Radford Visit Watermarked.jpg
Racing car branded with the JPS logo on the front and sides. "TISSOT // QUARTZ // 11" appears on the car. Workers are standing in the grounds of the No. 3 Factory dispatch docks looking at the car.

John Player & Sons sponsored the Formula One…

Closure of No 3 Factory Watermarked.jpg
A group of workers with the last cigarettes made at No. 3 factory, standing by the packing machine.
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