South end of Preston Railway Station May 3, 1961 (Tony Gillett) 2-6-0 No. 44767 arrives with a train from the south.

South end of Preston Railway Station May 1961 (Tony Gillett) No. 44767 arrives with a train from the south.

"Electron" (Record Shop) 2 Hall Street Burnley | Flickr - Photo Sharing! I had a Saturday job here in the 60's - it hasnt changed a bit!!

"Electron" (Record Shop) 2 Hall Street Burnley | Flickr - Photo Sharing! I had a Saturday job here in the 60's - it hasnt changed a bit!!

Accrington Viaduct, Lancashire

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Blackburn East, taken from Ciceley Lane , The box has gone and track rationalisation had begun. I reckon it's in the late

Barclay Hills Surface Miners, Burnley

Barclay Hills Surface Miners, Burnley

A photograph of father and son Harry and James Smith sailing down the canal in their small steam powered craft the 'Mermaid'. The boat was built by Harry who was a canal boat carpenter. Harry was the husband of Maud smith who had a grocers shop on cow lane. It is believed that the photograph was taken near to to Finsley Warf.

A photograph of father and son Harry and James Smith sailing down the canal in their small steam powered craft the 'Mermaid'. The boat was built by Harry who was a canal boat carpenter. Harry was the husband of Maud smith who had a grocers shop on cow lane. It is believed that the photograph was taken near to to Finsley Warf.

Burnley air raid shelter 1947. This type was built with house brick. These were long rectangular structures with concrete roofs, and inside were rows of wooden bunk beds. They were not bomb proof. How ever they did offer protection from bomb blast. Shelter was situated in Thorn street Burnley .

Burnley air raid shelter 1947. This type was built with house brick. These were long rectangular structures with concrete roofs, and inside were rows of wooden bunk beds. They were not bomb proof. How ever they did offer protection from bomb blast. Shelter was situated in Thorn street Burnley .

Shorey Well, Burnley, Lancashire

Shorey Well, Burnley, Lancashire

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