• Church Street End 1991

    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 can SHARE all our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments »more

  • Moore Road, Wath-upon-Dearne c1900

    THE QUEEN OF VILLAGES Moore Road, Wath-upon-Dearne, Rotherham South Yorkshire c1900 Here is another uploaded picture from our numerous archived collections. You can SHARE all our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments to any of »more

  • Forgotten Mighty Ironworks of Milton to be uncovered

    Latest news in Yorkshire: July 13, 2018 02:51:43 PM This July archaeologists will be working at Forge playing fields in Milton, close to Elsecar, to uncover one of the great forgotten ironworks of the north. The Milton Ironworks were opened in the late 1790’s by the Walker family of Rotherham. The site was owned by »more

  • High Street Wath 1950

    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 and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments to any of the published content »more

  • Halifax in Yorkshire

    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 Showground in Harrogate, North Yorkshire in the North of England annually from the second Tuesday of July until the following Thursday. It is organised and run by the Yorkshire Agricultural »more

  • Mexborough Power Station

    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 Don on the border of Mexborough and Denaby, adjoining Doncaster Road. The plant operated from the early 1950s. The site housed four generating sets of approximately 30 MW each, giving »more

  • Mexborough Power Station

    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 our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments to any of »more

  • Stelrad Boiler Maintenance 1978

    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. You can SHARE all our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your »more

  • Cat Lane Wath-upon-Dearne 1900

    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 SHARE all our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments to »more

  • Conisbrough Castle

    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 de Warenne, the Earl of Surrey, after the Norman conquest of England in 1066. Hamelin Plantagenet, the illegitimate, parvenu son of Henry II, acquired the property by marriage in the »more

  • Denaby Crossing

    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 all our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments to any »more

  • Wath Main Colliery Rescue Team 1952

    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 all our community posts and images. Tell your friends and family to join in and be sure to post your news, events and most of all, your comments to any »more

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