Street scenes

Anyone know of a good sight for 19th century photographs of villages and
small towns? I want to print in black and white or sepia to produce
simple back scenes to stations on a garden 16mm narrow gauge layout.
They wont last long hence the need to be able to replace regularly and
cheaply. TIA.
Ken.
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Ken Parkes
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Use a laser to print then have them laminated? Seems to be weatherproof.
Check library - There is a series of books called Photographic Memories of . . . (county name) A4ish format
Regards
Mike
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Mike
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- photographic archives of Leeds & District
Graphics are smallish; prints can be purchased.
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MartinS
if you want them to last, get them printed on signwriter's vinyl - by a signwriter....... stuff here in Australia is guaranteed colour-fast for two years
Steve
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mindesign
Thanks Martin, some of the Leeds pictures are useful.
And thanks to Mike, off to the library tomorrow.
Ken.
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Ken Parkes

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