Published on 28 Jun 2014 Sections ,

The 10 pictures that Glastonbury forgot

Glastonbury has evolved over the past 44 years – from one pound tickets to a tented city of 180,000 people – here are ten pictures lost in the archives.

Hippies at the second Glastonbury music festival celebrate the summer solstice with music and dancing in 1971.

Festival-goers washing and collecting water at one of the stand pipes at Glastonbury music festival in 1971.

Hippies banging drums in the 1972 Glastonbury music festival.

A muddy fan at Glastonbury music festival in 1982.

A merchandise stall at Glastonbury music festival again in 1983.

Festival goers being transported in the bucket of a tractor at the Glastonbury music festival in 1992.

Stallholders at Glastonbury music festival in 1994.

Four women dressed as cyperpunks at Glastonbury music festival in 1995.

Revellers celebrate the summer solstice during the Glastonbury music festival in 2007.

Babies sleep in their buggies whilst their parents continue to party during the early hours of the final day at Glastonbury music festival in 2010.

Images: Getty and Reuters

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