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Old September 6th, 2017, 10:29 AM   #81
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This from the Westmorland Gazette,--

PICTURE FROM THE PAST: Sunlight over the Langdales



This image from the Joseph Hardman archive at the Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry at Kendal shows dramatic clouds and sunlight over the Langdales.

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Old September 10th, 2017, 12:07 PM   #82
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Identity of Lake District bridge revealed



read with interest the Picture from the Past article on the Nostalgia page featuring one of Joseph Hardman's photographs of a bridge (Gazette, August 17, 'Whereabouts is this bridge?').

I can identify the bridge as the Rothay Bridge at Ambleside, which carries the A593.

It is an excellent photograph, although the site is overgrown now on both sides by trees.

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Old September 11th, 2017, 10:12 AM   #83
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PICTURE FROM THE [email protected] Walkers head off from Kirkstone Pass



THIS week’s image from the Hardman archive at the Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry shows a pair of walkers making their way down the Kirkstone Pass. We would love to hear from you if you can give us any extra information about this image. You can get in touch on

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Old September 18th, 2017, 11:25 AM   #84
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NOSTALGIA: Butchers shops in Kendal in times gone by



Historian Arthur R. Nicholls recounts the history of butchers shops in Kendal

TOWARDS the top of Beast Banks at Kendal is a small triangular patch of grass. Although there is no evidence, it is thought that there was once an early settlement on the site where drovers, bringing their animals to market, pastured and watered them before continuing into the town.

By the 18th century it had become a place where animals were slaughtered and butchered.

The law of the time caused bulls to be baited. They were tethered to a ring in the ground and fierce dogs were made to attack them, causing the blood to flow freely through the body and improve the quality of the meat. Cooks do the same to steak today with a hammer.

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Old September 19th, 2017, 10:58 AM   #85
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PICTURE FROM THE PAST: A sailing regatta at Bassenthwaite



HERE’S a nice summery picture to remember hotter days. This image was taken by Joseph Hardman. The photographer’s notes say it shows a sailing regatta at Bassenthwaite. If you have any more information or would like to get in touch about this image you can contact us on [email protected] or Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry, Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5AL. Please include the reference number 2002.8.1927 in any correspondence.

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Old September 20th, 2017, 10:51 AM   #86
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New website reveals the history of Cumbria



Do you know an intriguing fact about Cumbria’s history?

Cumbria County History Trust (CCHT) and Lancaster University’s Regional Heritage Centre are asking members of the public to nominate interesting facts about Cumbria's past.

As part of the Victoria County History of Cumbria project, the two organisations have created a website that is a key resource bank for Cumbrian history. The website is now being revamped, and the front page will feature a ‘Did you know?’ section to showcase fascinating facts.

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Old September 25th, 2017, 09:24 AM   #87
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PICTURE FROM THE PAST: Can you tell us more about this photo?



WE WOULD love to know more about this image from our Joseph Hardman archive of a tractor ploughing.

This was probably taken in the 1940s or 50s, but if you can give us any more information please get in touch at [email protected] or Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry, Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5AL.

Please include the reference number 2002.7.012 in any correspondence.

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Old September 30th, 2017, 10:23 AM   #88
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These pictures of shut-down Carlisle shops will make you nostalgic for the past
Our picture gallery takes a trip down memory lane




Cumbria's high streets are always changing - so we're looking at how things used to be by revisiting stores that were once fixtures for shoppers.

For more nostalgia, visit our picture gallery on old nightclubs HERE.

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NOSTALGIA: Kendal obelisk marks 'The Glorious Revolution'



Historian Arthur R. Nicholls reveals why an obelisk was erected in Kendal in memory of ‘The Glorious Revolution’

HIGH up on Castle Howe, looking down on to Kendal, is the well-known memorial obelisk.

On a plaque attached to its side are the words “sacred to Liberty This obelisk was erected in the year 1788 in memory of the Revolution 1688.”

It refers to what was called “The Great Revolution”, but what was that event and why was it commemorated?

James II came to the throne in 1685 during a politically and religiously turbulent time. He was welcomed after the weak Charles II but ruled as a despot, claiming the Divine Right of Kings and to be above the law and Parliament.

When the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685 was crushed he acted cruelly against the rebels, turning many people against him, and there was much religious persecution.

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Old October 3rd, 2017, 11:04 AM   #90
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PICTURE FROM THE PAST: Silloth harbour in times gone by



This image was taken by Joseph Hardman and the photographer' notes say it was taken at Silloth Harbour, but if you have any more information we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch at [email protected] or Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry, Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5AL. Please include the reference number 2002.7.283 in any correspondence.

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NOSTALGIA: All the fun of the fair



Kendal Fair: Roger Bingham surveys one of South Lakeland's longest living links with the past.

'WILL the fair continue?' was asked during the controversy over the closure, in September, of Kendal's New Road car park.

The area, which until recently was never called a 'common', had been the site of the regular fun fair since it decamped in about 1850 from boggy Gooseholme to the waste land between the New Road, constructed in about 1819, and the River Kent.

To be fair, the Fairs survival had not been threatened, officially - because it couldn't be.

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Old October 13th, 2017, 10:50 AM   #92
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Is this one of the world's first selfies?



A photo discovered by a Whitehaven man at the back of an old family album features in a new book of classic images.

It's believed to be one of the world's first 'selfies' and was taken in 1926 by Arnold Hogg.

His grandson, Alan Cleaver, of Church Street, Whitehaven, shared the picture on Facebook and brought it to wider attention.

It's now been featured in 1001 Photographs You Must See Before You Die by award-winning photo editor Paul Lowe.

Alan, 58, said: "My grandfather died in 1972 but would have been chuffed the recognition his humorous snap has received – though I suspect his wife, Helen, would have been less pleased!

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Old October 16th, 2017, 10:43 AM   #93
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Local historians piece together the fascinating history of Kendal's old yards



TWO local historians have pieced together the story of Kendal's once-bustling yards for the first time.

From Collin Croft to Windmill Yard, New Shambles to Golden Chair Yard, their intriguing names and the townsfolk who lived and worked in these crowded, noisy lanes have been carefully researched by Trevor Hughes and Arthur Nicholls, two stalwarts of Kendal Civic Society.

In their new book, The Yards of Kendal, they expand on detective work by the late Dr John Satchell, society chairman, who was fascinated by these 120-or-so crofts and ginnels, and whose handwritten notes were passed on to Mr Nicholls after his death.

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This from the Westmorland Gazette,--

New book tells story of Stan Laurel's father

MUCH has been written about the Ulverston-born comic Stan Laurel, who rose to international fame as one half of the Laurel and Hardy film partnership, but now a new book is about to reveal the story of the man who was arguably Stan's greatest inspiration - his father.

Arthur Jefferson. Man of the Theatre and Father of Stan Laurel, out next week, tells of a flamboyant, multi-talented theatrical figure whose own contribution to the world of entertainment was overshadowed by his son's global fame.

The book, by Laurel devotee Dr Danny Lawrence, is billed as "a powerful human-interest story set against the background of the major changes in the entertainment industry over a century".

Arthur, who began his acting career as a member of a touring company based at the Theatre Royal in Whitehaven, married Madge Metcalfe from Ulverston in 1884.

Stan was born in Argyle Street on June 16,1890, and lived there with his maternal grandparents until his family settled in the north-east in 1895.

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