English: The Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other Commonwealth realms.
Street Party celebrating the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II at a street in Birkenhead, Merseyside, England on the 7th June 1977. Photo originally taken on a Polaroid instant camera.
The "EIIR 1953" in the middle commemorates the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and is presumably the date of erection of the sign. The plate at the bottom read: The roses on the roundabout commemorate the Silver Jubilee of H.M. Queen Elizabeth 1952 - 1977
First erected by townsfolk to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887, it was restored by the local Rotary Club to mark Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee [and rededicated for her Golden Jubilee]
The tree was planted in 1977, the Queen's silver jubilee, and the bench installed in 2002, her golden jubilee.
The Queen's Jubilee Year Commonwealth Expedition (Comex 8) vehicle "Manitoba", photographed on the Asian Highway in 1977.
Croxton Pump. Picture shows pump and 1977 Silver Jubilee seat situated close to the church.
The South End of Jubilee Avenue. These hornbeam trees were planted in 1977 to replace the elms destroyed the year before by Dutch elm disease.
Plaque commemorating copse of poplars planted in 1977 for the Queen's silver jubilee
The library is part of the Jubilee Street development that has finally after 30 years of wrangling filled the space between Church Street and North Road that was an eyesore. The original Jubilee Street was filled with small houses and workshops that had been gradually cleared from the 1950s until the last buildings came down in 1977.
Silver Jubilee Fleet Review off Spithead, Portsmouth.
Jubilee Line - named for Queen Elizabeth II's 1977 Silver Jubilee following a pledge made by the Conservatives in the Greater London Council election of 1977. The original choice of battleship grey for the line's colour was based on the naval meaning of the word fleet; this became a lighter grey, representing the silver colour of the Jubilee itself.
This is all that remains of a railway viaduct built by the Barry Railway. It is now a monument commemorating the silver jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Silver Jubilee Tree on Bournes Green The plaque on the post reads "Silver Jubilee 1977 Malus tschonoskii presented by the gardening club"
A seat on the roadside in Bledington commemorating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 1977.
The Sheringham, Norfolk town sign was erected in 1977 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee.
This plaque was provided in 1977 by Harborough District Council and Hallaton Parish Council 1952 1977 commemorating the Silver Jubilee of the accession of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
To commemorate the silver jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this tree was planted by His Worship the Mayor of Bournemouth, Councillor Dr. Gabriel Jaffé. 10th June 1977.
Stained glass window commemorating Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee on the 2nd June 1977. The window is in the south wall of Mary the Virgin church, Childswickham.