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Photo postcard of Lockwood Viaduct, with Meltham Road and Beaumont Park in the background.
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Undated postcard of Salendine Nook Baptist Chapel.
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Undated photo postcard of the Meltham Market Place.
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Undated postcard of Greenhead Park with Holy Trinity in the background.
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Photo postcard of the fire that destroyed Swan Bank Mill, Holmfirth, on 24 October 1924.
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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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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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Photo postcard of the Tolson Museum, Ravensknowle Park.
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Photo postcard of a stream at Grimscar, Huddersfield.
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Photo postcard of Cliffe Lane, Farnley Tyas, with Castle Hill in the far distance.
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Undated photo postcard of the interior of Huddersfield Parish Church.
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Undated photo postcard of the Castle Refreshment Rooms in Beaumont Park.
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Undated postcard written by Florrie Brown, who worked as a servant at Bent House, Meltham.
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Postcard sent to Miss Florrie Brown, who lived and worked in Meltham and Honley.
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Postcard sent to Private Harry Knight (future husband of Florrie Brown) from Fred Knight of Taylor Hill Road, Lockwood.
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Humourous postcard sent from Bella to Miss Florrie Brown of Bent House, Meltham. As a teenager, Florrie (daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Brown of Darton) worked as a domestic servant at Bent House (Meltham) before marrying Lance Corporal Harry Reuben…
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Photo postcard of Lockwood Viaduct. The single line track of the Meltham Branch Line is visible in the foreground through the trees.
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Undated and untitled photo postcard, appearing to show a pit donkey at the entrance to a pit mine. The item came from a Huddersfield house clearance.
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Photo postcard of Greenhead Park, sent from Nancy to Miss Edna Lightfoot of 59 Highfield Road, Blackheath, near Birmingham.
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Undated photo postcard of Cloth Hall Street, with the Cloth Hall in the centre background.
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Undated photo postcard of Greenhead Park, with Holy Trinity Church in the background.
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Undated photograph of children, probably taken in the Holmfirth area.
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An undated photo postcard, believed to have been taken in the Huddersfield area, of a group of children (perhaps on a Sunday School outing). The postcard is badly damaged and has crossed-out writing on the reverse.
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An undated photo postcard of a group of seven female textile workers, believed to have been taken in the Huddersfield area. The postcard is faded and damaged. Writing on the reverse appears to read "Frieda at work".
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Photo postcard of Brownhill Reservoir, sent by E.M.B. to Miss M.C. Butterworth of Weetwood Hall, Leeds.
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Photo postcard of one of the reservoirs in the Wessenden Valley above Marsden. Sent from Elsie Dyson to Miss Beatrice Mosley, Balholmen, 79 Longley Road, Huddersfield.
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Undated photo postcard of Blakeley Reservoir in the Wessenden Valley above Marsden.
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An unusual hard-drawn postcard containing a number of references (some cryptic) to Meltham, likely produced in the early 1900s."The Cat Where is the Kitten" is likely a reference to the Cat Inn beerhouse. The Kitten was either a smaller adjoining…
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Undated photo postcard of Meltham Market Place (also known as Town Gate). The "Bentley & Shaw's Ales" sign is on the side of the Waggon & Horses Inn.
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Undated photo postcard of New Street, Huddersfield.
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Undated postcard captioned "Misfortunes never come singly at Huddersfield Skating Rink".
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Undated postcard captioned "I have fairly caught on at the Huddersfield Skating Rink".
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Undated photo postcard of the Flood Oak, Digley. It was reportedly one of the few trees in the immediate area to survive the devastating flood of February 1852. In later years it was claimed that a man survived the flood by climbing the tree, but…
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Undated photo postcard of the main boulevard at Beaumont Park.
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Undated postcard of the Band of Hope fountain in Greenhead Park, known as "The Rocky Stream".
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Embossed postcard of Huddersfield Railway Station.
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Undated photo postcard taken from Beaumont Park, looking towards Berry Brow and Castle Hill. The roof of Woodfield House can be seen at the bottom of the photograph.
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Lowerhouses near Huddersfield. The School # HFD.64 by Lilywhite 1925.JPG
Photo postcard of the National School (now demolished) at Lowerhouses, which once stood near the junction of Lowerhouses Lane and Hey Lane.
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Photo postcard of the interior of Holy Trinity Church, South Crosland.
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