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Co Ed Collection

Background imageCo Ed Collection: THE UGLY HOUSE

THE UGLY HOUSE
The Ugly House near Betwys- y-Coed, North Wales. Date: 1950s

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Teacher reading to infants, Brentwood, Essex

Teacher reading to infants, Brentwood, Essex

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Pupils coming out of Holmshill Middle School

Pupils coming out of Holmshill Middle School
Pupils coming out of school at Holmshill Middle School in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Repairing pit props, Plas y Coed Level, South Wales

Repairing pit props, Plas y Coed Level, South Wales
A miner repairing pit props in the Plas y Coed Level, South Wales

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Welsh Cottage Ruins

Welsh Cottage Ruins
A ruined old Welsh cottage near Bettws-y-Coed, Caernarvonshire, Wales. Date: 1950s

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Betwys-Y-Coed Bridge

Betwys-Y-Coed Bridge
The Waterloo Bridge at Betwys- y-Coed, Caernarvonshire, Wales, was built by Thomas Telford in 1815. The arch was constructed in the same year Waterloo was fought. Date: built 1815

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Fairy Glen - Betws-y-Coed - Wales

Fairy Glen - Betws-y-Coed - Wales

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Miner cutting coal in a narrow seam, South Wales

Miner cutting coal in a narrow seam, South Wales
A miner undercutting or holing the coal in a narrow seam, Plas y Coed Level, South Wales. A solitary candle provides him with light

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Slate milestone near Penmachno, North Wales

Slate milestone near Penmachno, North Wales
A slate milestone, probably early 19th century, near Penmachno, Betws-y-Coed, North Wales

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Miner working in Plas y Coed Level, South Wales

Miner working in Plas y Coed Level, South Wales
A miner working in the Plas y Coed Level, South Wales

Background imageCo Ed Collection: The railway from Bettws-Y-Coed to Festiniog, North Wales

The railway from Bettws-Y-Coed to Festiniog, North Wales
The river Lledr at Bryn-Y-Fedw, near Dolwyddelan. Part of the route of the London and North Western Railway, opening up tourism for this picturesque part of Wales in the 1870 s

Background imageCo Ed Collection: THE WYVERN

THE WYVERN
The countryfolk of Coed-y-Moch marvel at the body of the Wyvern, the fearful monster slain by the shepherd Meredydd

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Classroom scene, with pupils eating at their desks

Classroom scene, with pupils eating at their desks
A classroom scene, with pupils eating their midday meal at their desks, at an unidentified mixed school

Background imageCo Ed Collection: Classroom scene, East Finchley, North London

Classroom scene, East Finchley, North London
A classroom scene at Holy Trinity School, East Finchley, North London - boys and girls of Classes 6 and 7


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