Copper Beech Studios

David Ainscough's collection of his father's black and white photographs of Sheffield, continues to be a valuable and fascinating resource for anyone interested in the changing face of Sheffield since the 1960's.

The Messenger first featured Harry Ainscough's photographic archive back in 2003. Since then David has revamped his website including a unique sequence of shots capturing Abbeyfield Park and a variety of evocative scenes of streets now gone and buildings long forgotten.

A web-page from the Copper Beech Studios site.

David's website is called Copper Beech Studios and features photographs from Sheffield and Liverpool.

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