Often, with an old image, it doesn’t matter that you don’t know the who, or the where or even the when. There is something about the image itself: a pleasure in simply looking at it – the shapes, the movement, … Continue reading Walking Confidently Through The Twenties
That’s it! I’ve had enough of the grey skies and drizzle-caked streets of West Yorkshire for a while. It’s time for a break: time for the sun, time for the sea, time for something different. So if nothing emerges from … Continue reading Gone To Mablethorpe, Back Soon?
An old vintage postcard of Kirkgate Market, Bradford : a reminder of a beautiful building, now long gone. Continue reading Bradford Market
The thing about vintage picture postcards is that so often it is a trial of strength between the photograph on the front and the message on the back as to which can be the best source of historical interest. A … Continue reading Third Time Lucky In Brighouse Art Gallery
An old faded postcard comes up as fresh as a sepia daisy following a good scanning. These days the church is surrounded by plate-glass and concrete … Continue reading And Quiet Flows The Don