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HA02410_Horsedrawn_coach.jpg
HA02410 The Earl of Feversham’s carriageThe Earl of Feversham’s carriage arriving at the laying of the foundation stone for Helmsley Town Hall, 1900
HA02418_SW_side_of_decorative_arch2C_Buckingham_Square.jpg
HA02418 Duncombe Park workers bid farewell to The Duke of York...showing the south-west side of the decorated arch leading to Buckingham Square
The banner reads "GOD BLESS YOU"
HA02420_NE_side_of_decorative_arch2C_Buckingham_Square.jpg
HA02420 The north-east side of the decorative arch leading to Duncombe ParkThe banner reads "WELCOME"
HA02428_Crowds_in_Market_Place.jpg
HA02428 Crowds in Market PlaceCrowds await the laying of the Foundation Stone by The Duke of York
HA03265_W_side_of_ecorative_arch2C_Ryegate_-_Station_Road.jpg
HA03265 West side of the decorative arch between Ryegate - Station RoadThe Duke of York departed Helmsley by train from the station...
The banner reads "HEALTH AND HAPPINESS"
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HA04201 Laying the Foundation Stone of the Town HallThe banner at the foot of the Feversham Memorial reads "WELCOME TO HELMSLEY"
HA06583_E_side_of_ecorative_arch2C_Ryegate_-_Station_Road.jpg
HA06583 East side of the decorative arch between Station Road and RyegateThe Duke of York arrived in Helmsley by train; the banner on the arch reads "WELCOME TO HELMSLEY"
HA09218_Decorated_arch_Buckingham_Square_in_honour_of_Duke_of_York.jpg
HA09218 Decorated arch over Buckingham SquareIn honour of a visit by the Duke of York
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HA09219 Decorated arch Buckingham SquareIn honour of a visit by the Duke of York
     
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