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MEXBOROUGH SOUTH YORKSHIRE The annual May Parade in Mexborough South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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Bolton-on-Dearne Ladycroft, Bolton-on-Dearne in South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all our community posts and images ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Very early Wath Main Colliery photograph from 1910 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE ...
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MEXBOROUGH NEAR DONCASTER Old photgraph showing Mexborough High street south yorkshire 1900 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES The Manvers public house with Wath Coke Ovens in the background. Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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AROUND THE DEARNE VALLEY Children playing on Mexborough Road in Bolton-on-Dearne South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Fire at Glastics Glassworks Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all our community posts ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Celebrating the Coronation of King George V on Wath-upon-Dearne High street 1936 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Waterstones Glassworks in Wath-upon-Dearne South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all our ...
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AROUND THE DEARNE VALLEY Bolton on Dearne Post Office around 1900 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Looking towards Wath High Street from town end (Doncaster Rd) Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You ...
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MEXBOROUGH HISTORY IN PICTURES Pettits shoe shop in Mexborough South Yorkshire. Then and Now. Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne showing Thornhill Place in 1991 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all our ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES St Josephs Roman Catholic Church in Wath-upon-Dearne, Rotherham (Diocese of Hallam) Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Wath-upon-Dearne, Rotherhham (Diocese of Hallam) Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Wath-upon-Dearne, Rotherham (Diocese of Hallam. The view taken from Car Road. Here is another uploaded ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES The High street in Wath-upon-Dearne before the Post Office was altered. Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES St Joseph's Catholic Church in Wath-on-Upon Dearne, Rotherham (Diocese of Hallam) Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES High street end near Doncaster road, Wath-upon-Dearne. Seen on left are the old stone cottages that were compulsory purchased from Farmer ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES End of high street in Wath-upon-Dearne looking up from Doncaster road roundabout. Notice Netto was still trading before selling out to ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES St Josephs Roman Catholic Church in Wath-upon-Dearne. Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Looking along Montgomery Road in Wath-upon-Dearne 1991 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne High Street 1950 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all our community posts ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne showing Saracens Head off West Street (left) and Church Street going down to Town centre 1991 Here is another uploaded ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne Dearne and Dove Canal barge located at Corporation Pier 1920 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne showing All Saints Church and Church Street end 1991 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You ...
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THE GREAT YORKSHIRE SHOW Scene from Halifax in 1902. The Great Yorkshire Show (GYS) is an agricultural show which takes place on the Great Yorkshire ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Montgomery Square in 1991 showing Midland bank, Possibly Hillards Supermarket and Bus Stop outside supermarket. In distance, top left Church and ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Cooling towers at Mexborough Power Station Mexborough Power Station was a coal-fired power station situated on the bank of the River ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES The Kwik Save era prior to being bought out by TESCO and demolished 1991 Here is another uploaded picture from our ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES The New Inn Wath-upon-Dearne 1991. A favourite drinking place for many Wathonians and also for live music in the 1970's. Here ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne - Wath Main Colliery Rescue Team 1952 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE ...
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MEXBOROUGH SOUTH YORKSHIRE The old Mexborough Power Station in South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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STELRAD BOILER MAINTENANCE Strike meeting of Stelrad Boiler maintenance crew in 1978 (Formerley Hattersleys Foundry) Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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CONISBROUGH SOUTH YORKSHIRE Conisbrough Castle is a medieval fortification in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, England. The castle was initially built in the 11th century by William ...
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AROUND THE AREA - MEXBOROUGH Bank Street Mexborough South Yorkshire 1900 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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THE YORKSHIRE COUNTY The old Denaby train crossing near Mexborough South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Herbert Needham of "Edward Smiths" Shop in West Melton Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Celebrating the Coronation of King George V in 1911 Wath-upon-Dearne erects a special "Coronation Arch. Here is another uploaded picture from ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Children playing on CAt Lane in Wath-upon-Dearne South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES All Saints Church from old Empire Hall grounds Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Auction of Henry Payne Estate, Newhill. The Payne family of Wath-upon-Dearne were the owners of property distributed around Wath-upon-Dearne, Newhill in ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Wath-upon-Dearne Grammar school classroom taken in 1948. Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Are you on here? Or is someone you know on the photograph? 68 years ago, Prefect at Wath-upon-Dearne Grammar School. Here ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Rear shot of All Saints Church in Wath-upon-Dearne South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES All Saints Church in Wath-upon-Dearne South Yorkshire. Rear view of stonework Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES All Saints Church in Wath-upon-Dearne South Yorkshire Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Bye Bye to the old Empire Hall. Memories for many Wath-upon-Dearne residents near and far. Here is another uploaded picture from ...
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THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Rear view of Wath-upon-Dearne All Saints Church and Town Hall Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You ...
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