Huddersfield Market Hall From Queensgate I must have walked passed the market hall numerous times without noticing it. When I did, I probably dismissed it as a concrete monstrosity. Yesterday, however, I saw it in a different light; grand, majestic even.
I was watching an old episode of Time Team the other day and they were going on about how the ancients used to try and build temples and the like on top of hills. The chapel-buildings of West Yorkshire were the same : show them a half-decent hill […]
High Street, Dundee
A picture postcard from 60 years ago, back in the days before pedestrian precincts had been thought of. The names are the names of all high streets of the time – Burtons, Samuels, Woolworth
This was another discovery whilst “tidying-up”. I have no idea where this came from. If Mr Kinnear would like it back, he’s welcome to it, but I fear it is a little out of date.
A Pint In The Slubbers : Slubbers Arms, Huddersfield (March 2018)
FROM THE DAILY EXPRESS, 24 APRIL 1900 What a tempting prospect – eight gallons of non-intoxicating beer for only sixpence. And could that be the late Ken Dodd advertising this special offer?