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In order to get around local planning regulations on advertising hoardings companies often use mobile trailers to promote their business.
Pizza cafe, Post office and an M&S convenience store in the old railway station buildings in Ilkley,
Tags: #, #Cafe, 2016, 21st century, 35mm, Advertisement, B&W, Banner, Building, Bus stop, Bush, Cafe, Cafeteria, Chair, Furnishings, Furniture, Ilkley, Lamp post, Planter, Plants, Post office, Rail travel, Railway building, Seat, Shop sign, Shrub, Sign, Signage, Street furniture, Street lamp, Text, Thoroughfare, Transport, Trolley, Vehicle, West Yorkshire, Wharfedale
Low loader lorry carrying a large pump probably made at Weir Chemicals (pump division) in Todmorden. Travelling towards Halifax along New Road in Hebden Bridge.
Tags: #, 2015, 21st century, 35mm, B&W, Bus shelter, Bus stop, Calder Valley, Calderdale, Hebden Bridge, Industry, Lorry, Low loader, Machinery, New Road, Pump, Sign, Signage, Street furniture, Text, Thoroughfare, Traffic light, Transport, Upper Calder Valley, Vehicle, Water, Water pump, West Yorkshire
As part of the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival 'Who lived in your house in 1916', the pupils of Heptonstall Junior and Infants School took a film camera around the village to record themselves, the school and the village for posterity. This followed a…
In this photo - Annabelle, Willow, Charle and Lea. - this photo was taken by a pupil from Heptonstall Junior and Infants school as part of the 'Who lived in my house in 1916' project, organised by the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival.
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 was a light leak in the…
Tags: 120 Roll film, 2016, 21st century, Animal, Automobile, B&W, Bus shelter, Bus stop, Calder Valley, Calderdale, Car, Cars, Chapel, Christianity, Dog, Faith, Hebden Bridge, Houghton & Butcher Folding Ensign 2 1/4B, Mammal, Medium format, New Road, Religion, Street furniture, Thoroughfare, Traffic light, Transport, Upper Calder Valley, Vehicle, West Yorkshire
On Town Gate, Holmfirth.
An unofficial courtesy chair at a bus stop on the Rochdale Road in Todmorden. It bears the postcode and two smaller signs saying "For use at bus stop or just for a rest!" and "Thank you for not stealing this chair."