More Preston exhibition photos

This exhibition made use of the meeting rooms at the top of the St George's Shopping Centre, Preston

This exhibition made use of the meeting rooms at the top of the St George’s Shopping Centre, Preston

The background image on the room 1 posters was of Death unmasking at a drinking session

The background image on the room 1 posters was of Death unmasking at a drinking session

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The full set of Cruikshank's 'The Bottle' engravings drew a great deal of interest

The full set of Cruikshank’s ‘The Bottle’ engravings drew a great deal of interest

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Second year UCLan history students produced these six display boards for a public history project on the history of temperance in Preston

Second year UCLan history students produced these six display boards for a public history project on the history of temperance in Preston

imageRoom 2 leading into room 3Room 3 windows featured double-sided posters

these featured double sided posters of 'A Temperance Alphabet', a slide set, attracting visitors inside.

these featured double sided posters of ‘A Temperance Alphabet’, a slide set, attracting visitors inside.

Display cases held artefacts

Display cases held artefacts

Temperance teaching material was provided for visitors to teach a temperance lesson

Temperance teaching material was provided for visitors to teach a temperance lesson

This case held examples of pledges and copies of periodicals

This case held examples of pledges and copies of periodicals

imageThe doors of the exhibition

This was visible as shoppers went up and down the escalators

This was visible as shoppers went up and down the escalators

Our banner from ground floorThe advertising banner finally in placeRoom 1 showing posters and comments book
This shows the space before visitors arrived for the day

This shows the space before visitors arrived for the day

The full set of Cruikshank's 'The Bottle' engravings drew much interest, visitors being impressed by their powerful communication of the teetotal message

The full set of Cruikshank’s ‘The Bottle’ engravings drew much interest, visitors being impressed by their powerful communication of the teetotal message

This view shows the main escalators in the Shopping Centre

This view shows the main escalators in the Shopping Centre

Second year students on a public history and heritage module produced these six display boards on the history of temperance in Preston

Second year students on a public history and heritage module produced these six display boards on the history of temperance in Preston

Posters in this room featured a background image of a Band of Hope meeting

Posters in this room featured a background image of a Band of Hope meeting

Display cases held temperance artefacts

Display cases held temperance artefacts

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