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The best photos we took in Yorkshire this week

From steam trains to statues, our photographers have been busy this week.

Here's our pick of the best images, selected by the Yorkshire Post picture desk.

A little girl with Down's Syndrome was treated like a princess for the day at a photoshoot for a children's clothes shop. Five-year-old Connie Seabourne of Morley was overjoyed when she got the chance to dress up.

5. Joy for Connie

A little girl with Down's Syndrome was treated like a princess for the day at a photoshoot for a children's clothes shop. Five-year-old Connie Seabourne of Morley was overjoyed when she got the chance to dress up.
Jonathan Gawthorpe
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Owner of Carters Country Wear in Helmsley Jeremy Shaw with some of the tweed clothing that they stock

6. The heritage of tweed

Owner of Carters Country Wear in Helmsley Jeremy Shaw with some of the tweed clothing that they stock
Jonathan Gawthorpe
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The Knife Angel sculpture in Hull is made up of 100,000 knives surrendered to knife banks and has been designed to raise awareness of violent crime.

7. Knife Angel

The Knife Angel sculpture in Hull is made up of 100,000 knives surrendered to knife banks and has been designed to raise awareness of violent crime.
James Hardisty
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Geoff Sanderson, 89, of Killinghall, Harrogate, has been visiting Bettys in Harrogate for more than 50 years and sits and the same table each time. Pictured chatting with Sally Barlett, front of house manager.

8. Bettys' most loyal customer

Geoff Sanderson, 89, of Killinghall, Harrogate, has been visiting Bettys in Harrogate for more than 50 years and sits and the same table each time. Pictured chatting with Sally Barlett, front of house manager.
James Hardisty
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