By IH 27/06 Updated: 28/06 14:10
UNIQUE aerial shots of the district snapped 90 years ago have been unveiled to the public for the first time.
Photographs of Kenilworth, Leamington and Warwick taken from the skies in the 1920s have been released as part of the Britain from Above project.
The photographs appear alongside more than 15,000 images of what have been called the earliest and most significant collections of aerial photography in the UK.
Historic sites including the castles of Warwick and Kenilworth, together with shots of town centres, and long gone factories, make up the collection, showing how much has changed over the years, and in some cases how little.
Visit www.britainfromabove.org.uk to see more photos.
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