Nevile Jones and sisters Edna and Iris with parents Rueben and Marg on a trip to the seaside in the 1930's.
Britain's oldest set of triplets whose combined weight at birth was the same as a normal baby have celebrated their 85th birthday.
Neville Jones and sisters Edna Doodson and Iris Hopkin were born just 20 minutes apart in June 1929.
Twins had run in the family and their mother Margaret had been expecting two babies before youngest sibling Iris arrived to make it a hat-trick.
She weighed just 2lbs and was given little chance of survival but pulled through. Edna weighed 3lbs and Neville a healthier 4lbs.