MRS Margaret Ross, wife of the late Dr George Ross, has lived at Ingfield House, Almondbury for 50 years.
This picture was taken outside her home in 1898, the 60th anniversary of year of Queen Victoria's coronation.
It's difficult to see what's going on in the picture, but it appears to be a royal pageant of sorts, with a Queen Victoria "lookalike" in the centre foreground, surrounded by straw boaters.
Almondbury may have been more sensitive to Victoriana than other more far-flung areas of Huddersfield.
For 1898 was when the building of the Jubilee Tower, now the Victoria Tower, began on Castle Hill, and this ceremony might have marked the start or completion of the building, or start or completion of the fundraising for it.
Ingfield is a rather odd building itself.
It was once a coaching pub: the two adjacent cottages seem to have been the stables.
It may have also been a school at one time, though this is speculation.
The back of the house has an unusual parapet designed to collect rainwater and feed it into tanks, which Mrs Ross suspects may have been used to operate a flush system.
Much of the paving at the rear of the house is stone flagging salvaged from the old Market Hall in Huddersfield in 1970, complete with holes carved in them for the support posts for the stalls.
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