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Birdseye View Of Market Harborough, 1912 (original image) (Ref:M.H1.1991.113.0)

This image is a copy photograph of an early postcard looking from the northwest to Market Harborough. The spire of St Dionysius and the R. and W.H. Symington corset factory dominates the skyline of the town. In the foreground lie the Victorian terrace houses, which were built as Market Harborough expanded beyond its medieval boundaries.