A nice shot of a BEA Comet on the domestic stands no doubt operating from and to Heathrow. A much better way to travel than the boring Airbus fleet that now dominate the few domestic schedules that London Airways choose to operate.
G-APZB Viscount 707 is one that can be dated to one of three periods it was used across one year by British Eagle. As 'City of Newcastle' is was leased July 1964 until 5th November 1964, then returned to Aviation Overhauls at Speke. Used again by British Eagle 20th January to 24th May 1965, this time as 'City of Manchester'. At the end of this lease from Aviation Overhauls it was flown Liverpool-Southend for new owners Channel Airways. However it came back for a further week with British Eagle 7th to 13th June 1965, this time with no individual aircraft name.
I'm certain on the higher resolution original scan, with a little zoom the name will be clear - although fuzzy I reckon it is 'City of Newcastle' on the photo, so second half of 1964.
Viscount .... Well that is just taking the biscuit!
Flew on one of those Wardair 707's from Gatwick to Winnipeg around '76. Got stuck in Winnipeg for 24 hours on the return trip when a ground tug damaged the wing of the outbound plane. Always remember flying over Greenland for the first time as a 15 yr old - amazing sight
G-BGXF, Manchester, 13 Feb 82 sfws by Philip Pain, on Flickr This was shortly after the collapse of Laker, and both G-BIMB and G-BGXF had been impounded. On the last starboard side view the detention notices are taped to the front crew door.