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Old Skelmanthorpe

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001 Skelmanthorpe overview

002 Commercial Road, with Cumberworth Road to right

003 Commercial Road

004 Commercial Road, 1950's

005 Commercial Road busy with people

006 Commercial Road

007 Commercial Road

008 Commercial Road

009 Commercial Road, with Doctor's Row in centre

010 Junction of Commercial, Station & Cumberworth Roads

011 Cumberworth Road, with dye-house on right

012 Cumberworth Road, with St Aidan's Church in centre

013 Queen Street

014 Queen Street, looking up to Commercial Road

015 Street, sketched by James Lawton of Upper Cumberworth

016 Commercial Road

017 Jesse Wainwright's house

018 Pilling Lane

019 Pilling Lane - cottage long demolished

020 Busker Lane

021 Lower Highbridge Lane, c1920

022 Saville Road in the snow

023 Saville Road c1930, leading to Greenside Mill

024 Greenside, with Greenside Mill in centre-left background

025 Gib Lane, showing weavers' cottages built, c1800

026 Ivy Cottage, Croft Head

027 Tedbar Fold

028 The Windmill Inn

029 The Windmill Inn, with Highbridge Lane to right

030 The Windmill Inn

031 Windmill Crescent in 1950s

032 Park Gate, with Park Gate Farm on the left

033 Park Gate

034 A white Christmas on The Triangle

035 The war memorial, Skelmanthorpe

036 Longroyds

037 Pilling House

038 Park House, originally owned by the Hinchcliffe family

039 The Old Globe Hotel

040 The Royal Oak Inn yard

041 The former Royal Oak Inn yard

042 Manor House, Skelmanthorpe

043 Gill Gate, Commercial Road

044 Looking towards Shelley

045 Wool Place

046 Hay-making near Wool Place

047 Thorpe Lane (or Gilfitts Lane)

048 Thorpe Lane

049 Thorpe Lane, April 1908

050 Thorpe Lane

051 Thorpe Lane

052 Thorpe Lane

053 Building St Aidan's Church, 1894

054 Construction work inside St Aidan's Church, 1894

055 Laying the foundation stone

056 Order of service for the consecration of St Aidan's, 1895

057 Order of service for the consecration of St Aidan's, back page

058 Diamond Jubilee of the consecration, 1955

059

060 St Aidan's Church & Vicarage

061 St Aidan's Church around the 1950's

062 Interior of St Aidan's

063 The national school destroyed by fire, November 1909

064 Pilling Lane Primitive Chapel

065 The coking plant at Park Gate

066Roller-skating rink Commercial Road

067 Roller-skating rink, 1910

068 Louie Nair, Picture Palace Inspector

069 Sand at Pilling Lane Recreation Ground

070 The Savoy Picture House

071 The Savoy Picture House

072 The Savoy Picture House

073 Winning bowling teams with trophies

074 Windmill Bowling Club 2nd team, 1917

075 Opening ceremony of Windmill Bowling Club, July 1st 1911

076 The bowling green

077 Winning bowling teams with trophies

078 Skelmanthorpe Singing Band

079 Skelmanthorpe FC, early 20th century

080 With lady helpers

081 Skelmanthorpe FC, 1905/6

082 Skelmanthorpe FC

083 Skelmanthorpe cup team 1906/7

084 Skelmanthorpe FC

085 Children at Punch & Judy Show

086 Children at Punch & Judy Show

087 Children at Punch & Judy Show

088 St John's Ambulance Brigade, Skelmanthorpe, 1914

089 Skelmanthorpe Band, c1930

090 Skelmanthorpe Band, early 20th century

091 Skelmanthorpe Band, early 20th century

092 Members of The Independent Labour Party

093 The Skelmanthorpe Flag of Freedom

094 Wesleyan Chapel wagon for Band of Hope fete,19 June 1919

095 Wesleyan Chapel wagon for Band of Hope fete, 19 June 1919

096 Primitive Methodist Chapel wagon for Band of Hope fete

097 Wesleyan Church School treat, 1910

098

099The annual Skelmanthorpe Gospel Tent, c1930

100 Skelmanthorpe Sunday School demonstration, c1918

101 Skelmanthorpe Board School, Class V, 1915

102

103 WW1 peace celebration bonfire, 1918

104

105 WW1 peace celebrations

106 George V Coronation celebrations, 1910

107 1953 Elizabeth 2nd Coronation celebrations

108 Letterhead for Garrett Mill

109 Celebrating the centenary of Skelmanthorpe Co-op

110 A hardware & paraffin hawker - possibly Oliver Firth?

111 Hinchcliffe the Tallow Chandler's house, dating to c1845

112 Tom Bradbury's shop at the bottom of Barrowstead

113 Dividend tokens for use in Tom Bradbury's shop

114 An advert for acetylene gas supplied by H Dalton

115 Thomas Haigh's delivery van - a Model T Ford

116 Field's 21st anniversary party, 1938

117 Phoenix Wire Co at Edwin Field's during WW2

118 Phoenix Wire Co at Edwin Field's during WW2

119 Phoenix Wire Co at Edwin Field's during WW2

120 Phoenix Wire Co at Edwin Field's during WW2

121 Local character "Billy Tak-in", alias William Lawton

122 "Billy Tak-in" - born c1860

123 Sandy Fisher & Sam Radley

124 Jane Radley & Sarah Ann Radley

125 Raymond Lodge with his father, Wool Place

126 Betty Hirst, Wool Place

127 Nora Dyson, Betty Hirst, Nancy Hirst, Wool Place

128 Windmill Crescent

129 Skelmanthorpe BSA motor-cycle (printed in reverse)

130 The Lodge family of Wool Place on holiday, c1925

131 Skelmanthorpe Urban District Council 1913 election "race-card"

132 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1919 election "exhibition guide"

133 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1919 election leaflet

134 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1919 election leaflet

135 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1919 election post mortem

136 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1922 election race-card

137 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1922 election post mortem

138 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1925 election race-card

139 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1925 election form guide

140 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1925 election post mortem

141 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1928 election race-card

142 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1928 election form guide

143 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1928 election leaflet

144 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1931 election post mortem

145 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1934 election race-card

146 Skelmanthorpe UDC 1934 election form guide