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The longest running fish and chip shop still in operation is based in Yeadon near Leeds. The shop trades under the name ‘The Oldest Fish & Chip Shop in the World’. It is believed that fish and chips have been served from the premises continually since Leeds England, Yorkshire England, England And Scotland, West Yorkshire, England Uk, Bradford England, English Fish And Chips, Facts About Fish, Fish And Chip Shop

The longest running fish and chip shop still in operation is based in Yeadon near Leeds.

The shop trades under the name 'The Oldest Fish & Chip Shop in the World'. It is believed that fish and chips have been served from the premises continually since 1865.

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Thrice Removed by David Stewart - IGNANT

‘Thrice Removed’ is the name of a photography book and project by British photographer David Stewart, which developed from David’s personal observations of relationships in families, society and life in general, featuring a series of somehow inter-related characters. Even though these picture often seem rather dark, there always is an underlying, essentially British humor that […]

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Peter Mitchell worked as a truck driver in Leeds in the photographing the city during his rounds. These fascinating portraits of factories and small shop owners in Yorkshire and London are found on his website Strangely Familiar Leeds, Color Photography, Street Photography, Photo Book Printing, Mrs Hudson, Urban Life, Historical Architecture, Old Buildings, Science And Nature

Haunting portrait of a vanishing world: Photographer captures desperate decline of 1970s Leeds as the old way of life slowly died

These haunting images form part of a set taken by Peter Mitchell, a lorry driver originally from Catford, south London, who took the photos as he journeyed around Yorkshire.

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Terraced houses near a factory in the north of England, circa 1970.

Terraced houses near a factory in the north of England, circa 1970. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

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Peveril Of The Peak, Great Bridgewater St Manchester, UK

Built in the 1820s and remodelled in about 1900, this famous triangular pub at the corner of Great Bridgewater St and Chepstow St is something of an oddity amid the brand-new or newly repurposed buildings of the city centre. Presumably it's been saved by its Grade II Listing and sheer character: too many locals, prominent and otherwise, would object to "the Pev" being gentrified. I don't know who chose to clad the brick building with green and greenish-yellow faience tiles, but it was an…

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Martin Parr on Peter Mitchell | Photoworks Ideas

Contemporary photographic culture would find it difficult to understand the impact that Peter Mitchell’s groundbreaking show A New Refutation of the Viking 4 Space Mission had when it was shown at the Impressions Gallery in 1979.

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Haunting portrait of a vanishing world: Photographer captures desperate decline of 1970s Leeds as the old way of life slowly died

These haunting images form part of a set taken by Peter Mitchell, a lorry driver originally from Catford, south London, who took the photos as he journeyed around Yorkshire.

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BBC Arts - BBC Arts - Life in colour: Photojournalist John Bulmer's world view

Bulmer was a pioneer in colour photography who worked in over 100 countries.

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From 'Bad Weather'. Elland. England, GB. December, 1978. © Martin Parr / Magnum Photos

Peter Mitchell worked as a truck driver in Leeds in the photographing the city during his rounds. These fascinating portraits of factories and small shop owners in Yorkshire and London are found on his website Strangely Familiar Stephen Shore, William Eggleston, Saul Leiter, Color Photography, Street Photography, Urban Photography, Reportage Photography, Film Photography, Photography Ideas

From Leeds to London: portraits of English cities in the 1970s – in pictures

Peter Mitchell worked as a truck driver in Leeds in the 1970s, photographing the city during his rounds. These fascinating portraits of factories and small shop owners in Yorkshire and London are found on his website Strangely Familiar