Australia tour of England 1926 - Photos

The engine, Windsor Castle, which pulled the train taking the Australian cricket team from Paddington to Liverpool, Australia tour of England, October 1, 1926
The engine, Windsor Castle, which pulled the train taking the Australian cricket team from Paddington to LiverpoolGetty Images
Herbie Collins plays a shot on his way to 61, England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 2nd day, August 16, 1926
Herbie Collins plays a shot on his way to 61PA Photos
Charles Macartney on his way to a hundred before lunch, England v Australia, 3rd Test, Headingley, 1st day, July 10, 1926
Charles Macartney on his way to a hundred before lunchGetty Images
Bill Woodfull walks out to bat with Charles Macartney, South of England v Australia, Bristol, May 26-28, 1926
Bill Woodfull walks out to bat with Charles MacartneyGetty Images
Frank Woolley hits one high, 1926
Frank Woolley hits one highGetty Images
Jack Hobbs plays a shot on his way to a century in the second innings, England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 3rd day, August 17, 1926
Jack Hobbs plays a shot on his way to a century in the second inningsPA Photos
The England team for the 1926 Ashes: Harold Larwood, Maurice Tate, Greville Stevens, George Geary, Herbert Sutcliffe, and Patsy Hendren (standing, from left).  Bert Strudwick, Jack Hobbs, captain Percy Chapman, Wilfred Rhodes and Frank Woolley (seated, from left), fifth Test, the Ashes 1926, England vs Australia, August 14, 1926
The England team for the 1926 AshesGetty Images
Frank Woolley plays a punchy drive, England v Australia, 3rd Test, Headingley, July 1, 1926
Frank Woolley plays a punchy driveGetty Images
Bill Woodfull and Charles Macartney, 1926
Bill Woodfull and Charles MacartneyGetty Images
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