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The Queen is Jean Smith, nee Baker, maid of honour Nancy Crossley. Page is David Pilling. On the left with baby is Pam Sutcliffe and the baby is Valerie, they lived at New Cragg Vale and had a tarmacadam business on Cragg Road. Next is Mrs…
Morris Dancers in Weaver's Square
Morris Dancers in Weaver's Square
Sewing shop decorated for the 1911 Coronation.
Seen here at Clegg Nook. Steve Murty is the driver of the stunt truck. Scout Road Methodist Church is on the left of the picture.
This Hebden Bridge sewing shop has been decorated to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 1953.
The bunting and Union Jacks suggest an important event. The date will be after 1971 as this was when the building was stone cleaned
3rd May, 1996. Celebrating the re-opening of the Rochdale Canal through Sowerby Bridge with the construction of Tuel Lane Lock, now the deepest inland waterway lock in the UK at 19ft 8½inches, connecting to the Calder & Hebble Navigation.
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