Belfast street

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Could you help me to iden­tify when this pic­ture was taken and what is hap­pen­ing in it? We be­lieve that the lo­ca­tion could be in Belfast, pos­si­bly around the time of a 12 July Orange­man’s Pa­rade? On the ban­ner, the left-hand pic­ture says ‘God Save Our Queen’; the far right pic­ture reads ‘Ed­ward the Peace­maker’ ( Ed­ward VII, 1901-1910, fos­tered good re­la­tions be­tween Bri­tain and Europe) and the sign at the bot­tom of the pil­lar says ‘Pro­ceeds...late ( Bro?) Fry’. The Shield with the hand ‘For God & Ul­ster’ is the sym­bol of the Ul­ster Vol­un­teer Force. The pic­ture is con­nected some­how to a Camp­bell fam­ily from the Holy­wood Road area of Belfast. Anne Ren­wick, by email

Can you date this photo and put it into con­text for Anne Ren­wick?

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