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Entrance to the Church at Hubberholme
img00126.jpgEntrance to the Church at HubberholmeEntrance to the church at Hubberholme
The Nave, Hubberholme Church
img00127.jpgThe Nave, Hubberholme ChurchThe Nave, Hubberholme Church
Hubberholme Church
img00128.jpgHubberholme ChurchHubberholme Church
Hubberholme Church
img00129.jpgHubberholme ChurchHubbrholme Church
Hubberholme Church
img00130.jpgHubberholme ChurchHubbrholme Church
Chancel and Screen, Hubberholme Church
img00131.jpgChancel and Screen, Hubberholme ChurchChancel and Screen, Hubberholme Church.
Hubberholme Church Rood Screen
img00132.jpgHubberholme Church Rood ScreenHubberholme Church rood screen
Dick Turpins Leap, Hell Gill
img00133.jpgDick Turpins Leap, Hell GillDick Turpins Leap, Hell Gill
York Minster, Five Sisters Window
img00141a.jpgYork Minster, Five Sisters WindowYork Minster, Five Sisters Window
Kilnsey Crag
img00142.jpgKilnsey CragKilnsey Crag
Giggleswick Church Font
img00150a.jpgGiggleswick Church FontGiggleswick church font. On the back is written "the pail is to bring water from the ebbing and flowing well for the christenings".
The Pewter Standing Pot, Giggleswick Church
img00152a.jpgThe Pewter Standing Pot, Giggleswick ChurchThe pewter standing pot and ancient register at Giggleswick church. On the back is written: "This is the finest piece of pewter I have ever seen. The register has been transcribed into modern English by John Foster or "Jacky" as the vicar calls him, and the librarian of Cambridge University says it cannot be better done"
Army Camp at Tidworth Park 1926
img00249a.jpgArmy Camp at Tidworth Park 1926Not a local view. Army camp at Tidworth Park 1926. A J P Ritchie was stationed here.
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