Photo 9: sub-adult LBBG, October 22 2001 Westkapelle, the Netherlands. 

The wing coverts and scapulars are a mix of brown worn feathers and new shiny grey feathers. The primaries are probably 3rd generation with a small tip on the old p10 primary. Note the old brown primary coverts as well, indicative for 3rd generation. P6-p10 are old, p4 is full-grown and p5 is at the length of p3. Maybe moult will be arrested at p5, at least it's not the common moult strategy that is followed, because than p6 would have been shed by now.
Note the all white tail with abraded tips.
Note also that p8 is broken.