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Old Scissett

There are 164 items available in this category.


001 Scissett Croft, (later Carter Fold), the original settlement site

002 1900 plan of Scissett

003 Scissett c1890

004 Scissett c1910

005 Scissett c1900

006 Scissett c1910

007 Scissett from Wheatley Hill

008 Scissett from Turn o'the Nook, Busker Lane

009 View of Scissett

010 View of Scissett, Bagden Hall in background

011 View of "Nortonthorpe" colliery in foreground

012 View from Busker Lane, with Lower Busker Farm

013 Scissett c1930 from the Common

014 The Fleet row (bottom centre), c1930

015 The Fleet row (bottom centre) - 28 back-to-back houses

016 View showing The Fleet & Nortonthorpe Colliery

017 Nortonthorpe Colliery (Trapeze Pit)

018 Scissett, with The Fleet row bottom left

019 View including The Fleet - "the heart of Scissett"

020 The Fleet row

021 The Stanhope Street side, with the Common in the background

022 Fleet Street side

023 Houses 8, 7, 6 - note the arches at number 7

024 1830 rental prices

025 The Fleet, to be demolished 1938

026 Where The Fleet once stood

027 A new Fleet Street

028 Stanhope Street

029 Fish & chip shop in garden of 1 Stanhope Street, c1930

030 Wedding c1890 outside 7 Stanhope Street (note arch)

031 Wedding c1900 outside 13 Stanhope Street

032George Herbert Newton with wife Hettie, of Fleet Street

033 Mrs Joe Robinson with son David, of Stanhope Street

034 Mrs Craven of Stanhope Street

035 The Exleys & the Cravens

036 Mary Hannah Craven

037 Roy Craven

038 G Barraclough, J Craven, R Grayson & G Blackburn

039 Mary Hannah Craven in her house

040 Albert Smith

041 Original tenants of Stanhope Street, 1830

042 Original tenants of Fleet Street, 1830

043 Final tenants of Fleet Street 1938

044 Final tenants of Stanhope Street 1938

045 1891 auction at The Crown, including sale of The Fleet

046 Village gathering c1886

047 The Forum of Scissett, at the top of the Fleet in the morning sun

048 The Forum of Scissett

049 1929: E. Newton, R. Johnson, C.Tinker, G. Tucker, R. Beaumont

050 The red cabbage show c1904, outside The Queen's Head

051 Before buses, Willie Brook's wagonette

052 Arthur Craven & son Roy

053 Scissett market-place pre 1887

054 Ada & Lizzie Rushforth at Dearne Street

055 Ada & Lizzie Rushforth at Dearne Street

056 Night watchman

057 1910 drop-head mangle

058 Crown Street

059 Crown Street looking up

060 Dearne Terrace, Barnsley Road

061 Dearne Terrace, Barnsley Road

062 Brickyard

063 Demolishing Brickyard

064 Brickyard children

065 New Laithe Cottages

066 Demolishing New Laithe Cottages

067 Union Street

068 Demolishing Union Street

069 Bar Houses

070 Demolishing Bar Houses

071 Press cutting

072 1914: Wm Wood in front of Norton's offices

073 Wakefield Road c1900

074 Wakefield Road

075 Wakefield Road, with Busker Lane to left

076 Wakefield Road shops

077 Wakefield Road shops

078 The first large store

079 Ernest Whittle's & The Queen's Head

080 The British Queen (left of tree)

081 3 pubs decorated for Edward VII coronation, 1902

082 Scissett Co-operative Society

083 Morten's new shop

084 Junction of Wakefield Road & Cuttlehurst

085 Wakefield Road with Sam Sheard's greengrocer's, later the garage

086 Wakefield Road

087 Wakefield Road with Burhouses store

088 Burhouses store, left; telephone exchange, right

089 Wakefield Road, bottom of Busker Lane

090 Corner of Wakefield Road & Cuttlehurst, with Nortonthorpe Mills

091 Wakefield Road in the snow, with Dearne Farm

092 Wakefield Road & The Crown

093 Corner of Wakefield Road & Barnsley Road

094 Wakefield Road with Burhouses store

095 Wakefield Road

096 Wakefield Road, c1989

097 Opening up the new Pennine Estate

098 New National School, opened 1861

099 New National School

100 New National School

101 New National School from Dearne Royd

102 Dearne Farm

103 Dearne Farm

104 Dearne Farm

105 Highbridge Lane

106 Highbridge Lane

107 Highbridge Lane

108 Woodlands Lodge, Highbridge Lane

109 Woodlands Lodge, Highbridge Lane

110 Highbridge Mill House

111 Highbridge Mill House

112 Busker Lane

113 Busker Lane

114 Upper Busker Farm, now Ladyroyd

115 Date stone

116 Lower Busker Farm

117 Lower Busker Farm

118 Lower Busker Farm

119 Lower Busker Farm

120 Scissett Church (St Augustine's), consecrated 1840

121 Scissett Church

122 Scissett Church

123 Scissett Church

124 Scissett Church, 1947

125 Church Terrace

126 Removing church tower pinnacles

127 Demolishing part of vicarage

128 Demolishing part of vicarage

129 Demolishing old power station

130 Removing upper storey of Park House, Busker Lane

131 Bagden Hall, with Stony Lane in foreground

132 Bagden Hall

133 Lower Bagden Farm

134 Bagden Wood, bottom of Hay Royds

135 Bottom of Stony Lane

136 Stony Lane - the old road to Denby

137 Stony Lane

138 Stony Lane

139 Stony Lane

140 1940: felling trees on Stony Lane for pit props

141 Cuttlehurst

142 Wilford Kaye's new house on Cuttlehurst

143 Clough House Cottages

144 Duke Wood

145 Pool Hill quarry

146 Stile between Clayton Common & Wheatley Hill Farm

147 Dickinsons' house, Wheatley hill

148 Deffer Nook, Toppit

149 Langley Bridge

150 Bridge - Bagden Drive in background

151 River Dearne at Kitchenroyd

152 Coach-house at Traveller's Rest, near Kitchenroyd

153 1960: the last feast behind The Crown

154 1919 plane-crash

155 1919 plane-crash

156 The first helicopter to land in Scissett at Stony Lane

157 Winter 1947: bridge near Lower Pudding (sic) Mill

158 Winter 1947: Lower Pudding Mill dam

159 Winter 1947: Cuttlehurst gas-lamp

160 Winter 1947: Highbridge Lodge

161 Winter 1947: Woodview House

162 Nortonthorpe v Scissett

163 NB Nortonthorpe!

164 Good wishes from Scissett