Old Photographs of Long Preston


Thank you to everyone who has loaned the Heritage Project
 their old photographs of Long Preston,
 and given us permission to use them on this site.

More photographs are in the process of being scanned and prepared for publishing.

Photos added in the last 15 days ( or whose Caption has been changed )
                     are shown by the NEW  icon on the image and folder.

We have added as much information as we have collated at the moment to each image.

Please use the Guestbook to add extra information

At the bottom of each picture in the main viewing window of the galleries you will see a Guest Book.

Please use this area to add any additional information, or corrections, that you know about the picture; people, places or dates.

Just click on the [Pencil icon] on the right hand side of the Guest Book area to add your comment.

Then on the [Tick] box to send your comment.
You should see your new message appear at the top of the Guest Book list within a few seconds.
If you don’t, then do please click here to send an email to the webmaster - Thank you.

Navigation

Navigation through the galleries is very straightforward

- just click on a thumbnail to open a folder, or to view a larger version of the image.

When in the main viewing window there are several ways of moving through the images:

For full ‘pop up’ instructions click on the Help link here.
This link to ‘
Help’ also appears at the bottom of each gallery page.

Screen Settings

For optimal viewing of the galleries your screen resolution should be set to at least 1024 x 768 pixels.
If set to a lower resolution, then the images will be resized to fit your screen, but you will need to use the scroll bars to see the Guestbook etc.

The F11 key on your keyboard can be used to maximise the viewing area on your screen,
press it again to return to a normal sized window.

Photographic Resolution

The photographs in these galleries have been scanned at a high resolution, but are  presented here at a much lower resolution for displaying on The Web.

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