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Iron works taken over by Moser Maraden and Naylor of Bradford in 1911 - Source - Craven Herald Friday Jan 6th 1911
Scott Wallace 04/11/2023
Born 1878 Died 1939. Lived 17 Hallams Yard Skipton. Occupation - Chimney Sweep. Spouse Ruth Thornton. Children - Amy Eucice and Jack Thornton
Scott Wallace 04/11/2023
Thomas Chew 1832 - 1898 Midlands railway inspector at Skipton Station. Lived at 10 Aireview Terrace Skipton
Scott Wallace 04/11/2023
I was born there in 1962, later my mum lost a baby and ended up in there. Children were not allowed to visit and i was pining for my mum, so the ladies on the...
Diane 20/10/2023
The photo is taken looking south down High Street. The Red Lion is a listed building (,...
crispin edwards 18/10/2023
Does anyone know the date of the 1950s fire? My wife lived in Sawley street at the time and she thought it was earlier than late 50's. 1955 perhaps?
Michael Ball 30/09/2023
Sadly, none is known to exist.
Admin 12/09/2023
Do you have a photo of the maternity home
Jean 12/09/2023
I don't think this is Newmarket Street, this is Old George Yard, with the extension being built at the back of Brown Muffs. There looks to be an old Bentleys...
Adrian Beresford 26/08/2023
Old George Yard now old Rackhams building
Adrian Beresford 25/08/2023
This is the back of the Old George, path to high street to the left of white building
Adrian Beresford 25/08/2023
This is back of Otley street, the white windows are Drake & Macefield
Adrian Beresford 25/08/2023
Building in the style of the Greenside photo, 00887
John Burns 18/08/2023
Post 1963 as the Series III, Morris Minor, 2 door Saloon - 704 DWU - a registration number allocated to the Yorkshire (WR) area and issued March to May 1963....
jm 17/08/2023
I gave birth to my Daughter Sharon in Cawder Ghyll maternity November 1971.I remember a very strict matron
Mrs Daniela Wilby 13/07/2023
Wheatsheaf Inn, which closed its doors in 1908
Scott Wallace 24/06/2023
Yes it’s the Wheatsheaf Inn, which closed its doors in 1908. Now the Halifax Building Society. The Skipton Building Society door way is a dead give away.
Scott Wallace 24/06/2023
This shop still has recognisable features on it. It is now a hairdresser’s but the shop opposite has completely changed.
Scott Wallace 18/06/2023
You can see Cumberland St and Bennett St at the bottom of Lower Union St. Christ church can be see as can Pinder Bridge on the canal.
Scott Wallace 18/06/2023
I agree with James Boyd. The house on the right hand side is No 30 Cavendish Street, about 30 yards from the Railway Inn.
Peter Bernard SHEERAN 28/05/2023