A4 Prints without the Watermark are available from the Heritage Centre - Using the Archive Entry Number on the list result e.g. 301B - Please feel to call into the Centre for more information.
|Thumbnail||Title||Entry Article||Archive Entry||Photographer||Photo Date|
|13||Horns Inn, Goosnargh ...|
The car was most likely to be the photographer's.
Thanks to Keith Gornall for the information.
|14||Ribble Buses ...|
Charted to carry workmen to the sites of the new aqueduct being built from the Trough of Bowland to the reservoirs in Longridge.
The Photo was taken near Whitewell.
The bus is a Ribble Leyland Tiger LTI- Supplied in 1929.
|15||Trough Of Bowland ...|
Looking uphill towards the boundary of Lancashire and Yorkshire.
|308A||8th September 1918|
|16||Dilworth Bottoms, White Carr Bobbin Mill, ...||
The mill was built about 1850 by James Bennett. It was destroyed by a fire c. 1887, was rebuilt and worked until about 1908 when it was abandoned. By 1913 it was in ruins. At its peak the mill drove 5 circular saws and 22 lathes, employing 41 men.
|17||Moorcock Inn And Farm ...|
With an acreage of 49, at a rental of Â£75 per annum and a title rent of 17s. 5d.
|18||St. Wilfrids Church Procession ...||
The photograph shows the procession passing the White Bull on High Street (now Higher Road).