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Five Rise Locks, Bingley

Photographs
1946 (photographed)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Monochrome photograph mounted on card depicting a series of canal locks rising upwards into the background of the image. On the right of the image is a stone house with trees behind it.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Carbon print
Brief Description
Photograph by Alexander Keighley, 'Five Rise Locks, Bingley', West Yorkshire, carbon print, 1946
Physical Description
Monochrome photograph mounted on card depicting a series of canal locks rising upwards into the background of the image. On the right of the image is a stone house with trees behind it.
Dimensions
  • Mount height: 505mm
  • Mount width: 633mm
Marks and Inscriptions
'Royal Photographic Society/ Alexander Keighley Collection 1948/ Title: Five Rise Locks, Bingley/ Process: Carbon/ Date: 1946 / No. AK 156' (Printed and completed in ink.)
Credit line
The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the V&A, acquired with the generous assistance of the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Art Fund.
Other Numbers
  • 2189 - RPS identifier - inventory no.
  • 13555 - RPS identifier - inventory no.
  • 156 - RPS identifier - misc.
  • 2003-5001_2_26087 - Science Museum Group accession number
Collection
Accession Number
RPS.2100-2018

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record createdJune 20, 2018
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