THEY will bring back memories for many.
Historic images from Huddersfield’s past are evocative and nostalgic.
And they can be yours to own.
We are giving away a copy of any one of the prints to people who buy the Huddersfield Examiner from our special promotions staff in two local shops next week.
One of the images will be instantly recognisable to steam train fans.
It is a shot of the old Flying Scotsman making its way through the Colne Valley.
The locomotive was completed in 1923, construction having been started under the auspices of the Great Northern Railway. It was assigned the number 1472 and became the first steam locomotive to top the 100mph mark.
The other two images are both historic sites in Huddersfield.
One depicts the Co-op Buildings off New Street in the 1930s, while the other is Marks & Spencer in 1934.
To collect the photographs buy a copy of the paper next week, from Morrisons at Waterloo or Marks & Spencer’s New Street store.
Our staff will be at Morrisons between 10am and 2pm from Monday to Friday.
They will be at the Marks’ store between 10.30am and 2.30pm, Monday to Friday.