A stereoscopic version of the previous photo, showing part of Newland Street (M3112). Harry Hall was very interested in this technique. It was achieved by taking the pair of almost similar photos with a special camera, which spaced them out. You can see on the photos that their sides are in slightly different places. Then they were shown through a special projector. The result was a three-dimensional view (3D). Harry and/or his son Gilbert went on take stereoscopic photos of the busy streets of Keighley, to which moved in about 1909.
|Date taken||1898 (said to be)|
|Source||Margaret Joslin Palmer, nee Hall, of Frinton. Granddaughter of Harry Hall.|