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  • Tags: 1910-19

Samuel Copley - Leeds Mercury 03 November 1919.jpg
Photograph of Samuel William Copley's birthplace at Berry Brow, from the Leeds Mercury (03/Nov/1919).

Penistone Viaduct February 1916.jpg
Photograph showing the aftermath of the collapse of an arch of Penistone Viaduct on 3 February 1916.

Runaway Wreckage at Clayton West Oct 17 1913.jpg
Although dated 17 October 1913, the only newspaper reference located during research was to an accident which occurred on 28 October when a goods train laden with coal from the Hillhouse Sidings (en route to Clayton West) accidentally decoupled near…

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An unusual photo postcard sent in January 1911 to Berry Brow jeweller Levi Windle, who was recovering in a nursing home following an operation. Windle died a few months later, aged 35.

The device in the photograph was seemingly owned by Windle, as…

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A school photograph taken by Clarence Dowling of Dunford Road, Holmfirth and is dated 1919 on the reverse. The school is believed to be in the South Crosland or Lockwood area. The name "Mrs Keys / 9 Summer St" is written on the reverse, which was an…

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Photo postcard of the northern steps leading up from the lower entrance of Beaumont Park.

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Photo postcard of nursing staff at the Royds Hall War Hospital, published by M.A. Armitage, Lower Studio, Longwood, Huddersfield.

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1910 letterhead for T. Brook & Co. of Chapel Hill, Huddersfield.

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The magazine contains advertisements for the following firms:J. & J. Bottomley (painters, decorators, plasterers, etc) of Lower Clough Lee Mills, Marsden E. Goodyear (tobacconist & confectioner) of Victoria Terrace, Manchester Road,…

Boardhill Moor Steam Wagon Accident (1916).jpg
Photo postcard of the aftermath of the a steam wagon crash near the Dog & Partridge Inn (A628) which occurred on the evening of 4 July 1916 and killed all three occupants of the wagon.

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Hand-coloured postcard of Triangle, between Sowerby Bridge and Ripponden.