1979: (FILE PHOTO) Ronnie Biggs, one of Britain's most infamous criminals, for his part in the 'Great Train Robbery' on August 8, 1963, is to make his first press conference appearance since 1963 ... more 
1979: (FILE PHOTO) Ronnie Biggs, one of Britain's most infamous criminals, for his part in the 'Great Train Robbery' on August 8, 1963, is to make his first press conference appearance since 1963 in the UK on November 17, 2011 in London. Biggs spent 30 years on the run in Spain, Australia and Brazil after escaping from Wandsworth Prison before returning to the UK voluntarily in 2001. Please refer to the following profiles on Getty Images Archival for further imagery http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/Search.aspx?EventId=108968078&EditorialProduct=Archival# http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/Search.aspx?EventId=108970420&EditorialProduct=Archival# Train robber and florist Buster Edwards poses in 1979 in front of a poster which refers to the escapades of Great Train Robber Ronald Biggs, who escaped from Wandsworth Prison in 1965, and thereafter eluded the police. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images) less 
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