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The Yorkshire Dales National Park warden at work in Kingsdale in the Yorkshire Dales. The National Park was opened in 1954 and features a wide range of wildlife, scenery and history. The warden in the picture is Mr Wilf Proctor who was the Head Warden of the West Riding section of the Yorkshire Dales National Park between 1963 and 1970. He was accompanying Unne on the day. The photo was taken to illustrate the work of a warden as Mr Proctor was supposed to be advising the passing motorists at the foot of Kingsdale on the choice of routes to take.
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