Curry Rivel Past & Present

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Curry Rivel Past and Present

Curry Rivel Past and Present

Published in October 2014, this book of 155 photographs shows how much or how little the village has changed since the birth of photography.
Each 'old' photo is compared with a recent image of the same scene accompanied by a useful caption which gives an explanation and some historical context.

High St Looking East old
High St Looking East modern

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