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A collection of about 40,000 of his negatives and prints are now held by Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, in Bath Road.
The project has been made possible thanks to a £25,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Then there's a peculiar sundial set into the south wall of the nave, dated to 1741 and featuring a lovely depiction of a radiant sun.
The sun is conspicuously missing inside the church, which is dim and cool, as there are no clerestorey windows to shed illumination.
Shahina Johnson, of Create Studios, said: “This has been an amazing opportunity for young people to explore an important part of Swindon’s heritage.Organisers also want to speak to people who remember the people and places in the images.Mr Beaney took pictures in the Gorse Hill, Parks, Penhill, Pinehurst and Old Town areas.BETWEEN the 1940s and 1960s, Swindon photographer Albert Beaney took hundreds of pictures of local people.Now a social history project called Back to Black and White, based on his work, aims to track down as many people in Mr Beaney’s photographs.