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Welcome to Yorkshire Images - Photographs of Yorkshire since 2003

Yorkshire Images, a website designed to give visitors a little flavour of Yorkshire and its beautiful countryside - Dales, Coast, Moors - and attractions. Yorkshire Images has been online for eleven years now and I would like to thank everyone who has visited the site and those who have written to me over this period. Along with the photographs of Yorkshire are a sprinkling from other areas of the UK - new images, including ones of Lincolnshire & Suffolk, are added to the collection periodically.

The photographs are a personal selection, many are of places and routes which I particularly like and enjoy, either to visit or walk. There are thousands of images available to view with new ones being added on a regular basis, so please do come back and visit again. I hope the galleries convey something of the beauty of Yorkshire and the Dales to the many who have never seen them, and bring back happy memories to those who have moved away or visited in the past.

Please e-mail me if you have any comments, corrections or suggestions and please remember to visit my Copyright page for details if you wish to make use of an image.

            Brian R Hill          

 

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Also available in print is a collection of Wartime Poetry and Diaries of a Lincolnshire Seaside Villager written by my Grandmother - May Hill - in Chapel St Leonards, near Skegness between 1940-1944. It has been edited by Tom Ambridge and Margaret Ambridge and is titled The Casualties Were Small

 

May Hill began to keep a Diary not long after the outbreak of the Second World War. The strategically important East Coast area of Lincolnshire around Skegness had been transformed from a bustling holiday centre to an armed encampment. Butlins became ‘HMS Royal Arthur’ a huge Royal Navy training centre, RAF air bases sprang up throughout ‘Bomber County’ and soldiers were billeted in the villages including May’s Chapel St Leonards.

 May Hill’s WWII Diaries – Seventy Years On’ blog

 

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