Photo-journalist John Bulmer captures a period in time, people and places that are inherently 'Northern'.
Taken in the 1960s when colour photography was still a new concept, Bulmer took photos throughout the North of people who were struggling to come to terms with the end of the Industrial revolution and the harshness of their lives when the Swinging Sixties were happening somewhere else. Thought provoking and absorbing, the photographs manage to be harshly truthful but also captivating and identifiable. A perfect book for anyone who remembers that time, places and the people.
Hardback book, 224 pages.
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