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Brunswick Street with a BMW car.
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TV crew preparing for an outside live broadcast of The One Show a topical magazine on BBC1 television
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Looking down St Georges Street to the square.
In 1916 Charlotte Ann Barnes, fustian tailoress, lived here at 14 Windsor Road. The plaques were created as a part of the 'Who lived in my house in 1916' project organised by the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival. Rachel Bull lives here now (pictured).
In 1916 Sam Wilcock, cotton weaver lived here at 12, Windsor Road. The plaques were created as a part of the 'Who lived in my house in 1916' project organised by the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival.
In 1916 Herbert Gudger, sewing machine tackler lived here at 40, Windsor Road The plaques were created as a part of the 'Who lived in my house in 1916' project organised by the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival.
Workers maintaining a CCTV camera at Hebden Bridge Town Hall. The crane is behind the van and not a part of it.
In Salter Row, Pontefract. This photo was taken on a 1910 Houghton & Butcher Folding Ensign model 2 1/4 B. Film format 120 roll film 6 x 9. The film used was Ilford FP4 over 25 years past it's expiry date. A test roll to check out the camera. There…
Oxenhope Social Club on Watson Close off Lowertown. The building began life as a Methodist chapel in Nelson, Lancashire. In the 1930s, a group of mill workers and farmers pooled their resources to buy it, travelled to Nelson, then brought the…