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Entry Found Thumbnail Title entry Article Catalog Ref Photographer Photo Date
11 Longridge Ladies Hockey Team 306C Unknown c. 1948
12 Trough Of Bowland Looking towards the Boundary Hill from near Sykes Farm. 307A Unknown
13 Horns Inn, Goosnargh The car was most likely to be the photographer's. Thanks to Keith Gornall for the information.   307B Unknown
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. 307C Unknown c. 1932
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. 308B Unknown
17 Moorcock Inn And Farm With an acreage of 49, at a rental of £75 per annum and a title rent of 17s. 5d. 308C Unknown
18 St. Wilfrids Church Procession The photograph shows the procession passing the White Bull on High Street (now Higher Road). 309A Unknown
19 Moss Shop, Berry Lane Moss's Shop was also a sweet shop run by Mrs. Moss. It was situated in the premises now part of the Swifts hardware store. 309B Unknown 1920's
20 Kestor Lane, V.J. Celebration Party Photo taken in the garden of \'LYNWOOD\'- 38 Kestor Lane. The photograph shows a group on August 15th 1945 celebrating Japan\'s surrender in WWII. 310 Unknown 15th August 1945