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Well Dressing and small boy, unknown location, 1957

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:Well Dressing and small boy, unknown location, 1957
:Brindley, F H (Sheffield News Pictures, 973 Abbeydale Road, Millhouses)
:From collection of F H Brindley
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The photographer left no record of where this well dressing was located or the identity of the small boy.

The inscription 'Allelvia Allelvia' is actually Alleluia or Halleluja/Halleluya. This Hebrew word is an expression of praise to God that was preserved, untranslated, by the Early Christians as a superlative expression of thanksgiving, joy, and triumph.

Does anyone recognise the location of this well?