"THE HUDDERSFIELD RAILWAY SMASH: A TELESCOPED COACH. On April 21, while a London and North-Western engine, with two coaches, was being shunted out of Huddersfield Railway Station, it came into collision with the 1.50 train from Bradford. The first…
Photograph of the Staff of Life beerhouse at Moldgreen, circa 1907, kindly provided by Joan Garside:Back of photo says lady is Mary Davison and neice Edith Garside. The photograph was in the papers of Arthur and Annie Moorhouse (Nee Vickerman)…
Photo postcard of the rediscovery in 1906 of the "wells" under the Market Place. The stamped caption reads: "Ancient Wells, which formerly supplied Huddersfield with Water. Just found under the Market Cross."
An unusual photo postcard from the early 1900s which appears to show a painted backdrop of the 1852 Holmfirth Flood with physical objects representing debris in the foreground. It was possibly published to mark the 50th anniversary of the flood.
Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 12 June 1950.
The following acts are named:
George Eldrick - "The Smiling Voice of Radio"
Roy Lester - "The Tall Tale Teller" / "Hi-Ya Pals"
Denise Sisters - "Sophisticated Dancers"
A curious postcard from the early 1900s which has had the road airbrushed out and various elements from the Market Place (including the Jubilee Fountain and a postbox) overlaid onto the right-hand side of the photograph.