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An Edwardian period postcard photograph of a parade passing along a South Wales valley street. The exact location is as yet, unknown.....possibly Pontycymmer.

Shown in the photo is a band, the uniform of which appears to be that of the Salvation Army. Leading the parade is a mounted policeman of the Glamorgan Constabulary

Publisher - Tom Beeson, Pontycymmer.

The Ross Mather Police Memorabilia of Wales Collection

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