Bellringers, brass bands and bandages in November of years gone by

The youngest pupil on a bellringing course and the inter-county brass band contest at Leeds Town Hall in 1949 bring a musical note to this week's delve into The Yorkshire Post picture archives.

Captain Mike Webster shows his parents William and Norah Webster the flight deck of a jumbo - the first to take off from Leeds Bradford Airport - in November 1984.

Other pictures include a realistic-looking mummy in Bagshaw Museum, Batley, in 1969 made with a 2,000-year-old funeral mask and several rolls of bandages and Capt Mike Webster showing his parents, William and Norah, the flight deck of a jumbo, the first to take off from Leeds Bradford Airport, in November 1984.

There is also Princess Margaret leaving the Cutlers Hall, Sheffield, in 1966 and Ferrybridge power station cooling towers destroyed by gales in November 1965.

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Ferrybridge Power Station cooling towers destroyed by gales in November 1965.
The youngest pupil on a bellringing course in 1969 - Neil Sheard, aged 11, of Birkenshaw, Bradford.
Rally driver Roger Clark at the Dales Rally in 1973.
Inter county brass band contest Yorkshire v Durham at Leeds Town Hall in November 1949.
Expert produces a realistic-looking mummy in Batley's Bagshaw Museum in November 1969.
Princess Margaret leaving the Cutlers Hall, Sheffield, in November 1966.
Ferrybridge Power Station cooling towers destroyed by gales in November 1965.
The youngest pupil on a bellringing course in 1969 - Neil Sheard, aged 11, of Birkenshaw, Bradford.
Rally driver Roger Clark at the Dales Rally in 1973.
Inter county brass band contest Yorkshire v Durham at Leeds Town Hall in November 1949.
Expert produces a realistic-looking mummy in Batley's Bagshaw Museum in November 1969.
Princess Margaret leaving the Cutlers Hall, Sheffield, in November 1966.