The Great Mystery Box
Amongst the NAS photographic collection exist many images that to date remain a total mystery. Sometimes the location cannot be identified as Neath and district or the people/event depicted are unrecognised. With no information written on the rear of the image, many of these pictoral records are filed in the 'Great Mystery Box'. Being as we now have the wonder of the world wide web the NAS have decided to post them here with the hope that visitors to our website might be able to provide information.
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Taken from the Vale of Neath railway looking into Bridge Street towards Angel Street. What is the large building and shop on the corner of James Street before Philips' Angel Garage
Posing with their conductor and accompanist who are these fine assembly of male choristers?
What Bible Class is this?
Possibly a male bible class posing with their minister. What chapel?
Pretty Place WMJ (44)
Just can't quite put a name to this popular spot. The sign on the cottage says Post Office & General Store - but where is it?
Is this the Mission in High Street?
The shoe shop is Olivers, but this is unlikely to be Wind Street. The Parade is a possibility but the existence of Olivers there is unproven
A great 20s shot of a charabanc outing - but leaving from where?
Can you confirm this as a dinner at the RAFA club?