DO you recognise any of these men working in Richmond’s in the mid-1920s.

A reader from Lymm sent this picture in to Yester Years of work life around 90 years ago.

RV Webber is sitting second from the right.

He started work in the casting stores where this picture could have been taken.

He worked in various departments before retiring from the stationary department after 49 years service.

The company started life as Richmond & Co in Academy Street in 1890.

It moved to its larger premises and site in Latchford in 1906 at the side of Latchford Locks.

During the Second World War it was converted to a temporary bomb-making facility.

It was then demolished and has been replaced with a housing estate.