AN EXHIBITION in Halifax this week recalls the filming of Pink Floyd’s musical movie The Wall in Keighley and Haworth.

Oink, at the town’s Central Library, is a display of artefacts collected by Pink Floyd enthusiast Bob Follen over more than three decades.

The Todmorden man said he had unearthed several items “very relevant” to Keighley, whose heritage railway hosted the film shoot in 1982.

Mr Follen said: “Oink is about creating an opportunity for people to see the real, rarest items in the flesh, and items that people don’t expect to see. Where can you actually go and see a pig, stage equipment or handwritten notes?

“These items are very rare, and with changes in temperature and the risk of flooding, they could be lost forever. You might say ‘I Hate Pink Floyd’ but there is always another element, such as cultural studies, writing, engineering, film, sound an fashion. The library in Halifax has pulled together a reading list connected to the band.”

The exhibition runs until Saturday December 21 and includes two large Pink Floyd information boards and a 16-minute slideshow with a Pink Floyd tram soundtrack.

Admission is free. On Saturday from 10am-3pm Mr Follen will appear with Pink Floyd’s famous Pig along with many other artefacts.

Mr Follon hopes to find a Keighley venue for the exhibition in 2020.