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Scoop Images: Wellington Peace March - Nov. 1

Published: Fri 2 Nov 2001 10:45 AM
A windy Thursday afternoon, threatening and occasionally spitting rain, was the backdrop to a procession of around 250 Wellington peace lovers from the Cenotaph to the US Embassy at the top of Mulgrave Street.
Filing Past St Pauls Cathedral (1)
Filing Past St Pauls Cathedral (2)
Alliance Supporters Were Out In Force
Babies Against Bombs
The Green Party Co-Leaders, Left and Right, With Sue Kedgley MP In The Middle
Leading The Procession Up Mulgrave Street
Crossing Mulgrave Street Into Oncoming Traffic
Filing Past the Stars and Stripes
Crowd Gathers Outside US Embassy
Someone Lets Loose With The Confetti
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