During the 1930s Lancashire Constabulary was the second largest force in the country after the Metropolitan Police.
With a patch encompassing modern day Greater Manchester and Merseyside as well as the current boundaries, Lancashire was the largest county force in the country with a manpower to match. To ensure officers were up to standard the force established a new training school at Stanley Grange, Hoghton, near Preston, in the 1930s.
We kick off with West Riding County Cup action at Elland Road as Brian Caswell battles for the ball.
Bob Hazell, who was on trial with the Whites after being released by Leicester City, in action.
Andy Ritchie was on the scoresheet that day along with strike partner Keith Edwards who bagged a brace.
Keith Edwards fires towards goal in front of 13,334 at Elland Road. The Whites took the three points thanks to goals from Ian Baird and John Sheridan.