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I think the trees on the right are the start of Long Wood and the photo is looking back towards the Rankin's Well area in previous photo.
Matthew Baxter 09/01/2018
 
I spent many happy summers playing around this area as a child. Sadly it's totally overgrown now and unrecognizable. Rankin's Well was a large boulder with a...
Matthew Baxter 09/01/2018
 
My mum and dad lived in the first house after the pub in the late 1940s. I think my eldest brother was born while they lived in this house. They were back to...
Matthew Baxter 09/01/2018
 
Yes it is at the end of Water Street. It is now a restaurant.
Liz Penny 17/11/2017
 
I too was in Miss Creamer's class and went on to Keighley Tec - Sharon Tempest
sharon 15/10/2017
 
My 4 x Great Grandparent Edward and Elizabeth Baxter lived here in 1851
Michelle Porritt 01/10/2017
 
Lascelles Hall said to have been built 1808 at the end of Chancery Lane for the publican of the Black Horse and named after Lascelles, Earl of Harewood, who...
Claire Nash 09/09/2017
 
Fascinated to see this photo in the knowledge that in the crowd of guys in the background there might have been my Paternal Grandad and his father my Paternal...
JMD Evans 25/08/2017
 
Yes, this is the WWII. The officer is my maternal grandfather, Richard Wood. I don't know much about his army career but he reached the rank of Major in the...
Liz Lemal 23/08/2017
 
I went to St. Monica's from 1941 to 1948. In 1950 I joined the FCJ's for a time and was sent to Canada, where I now live, but I left the FCJ'S back in the...
Pat Wraw 03/07/2017
 
Does anyone know if any of these men are James Herbert he was a engine driver at skipton around the time the photo was taken.
Elsa 01/07/2017
 
Brick Hall Yard is now part of the Woolly Sheep Inn.
Admin 24/05/2017
 
Hi Danny, thanks for your comment. I'm not sure where St Monica's records are kept. You could try contacting the priest at St Stephen's church, details on the...
Admin 12/05/2017
 
I'm trying to catch up on my past. I believe I was here sometime between 1952 to 1957 along with my brother Bernard. Where would the records be kept?
Danny Riggs 10/05/2017
 
I remember drinking in the Old George pub in my late teens, I was 20 years of age in 1968. A local entertainer called Tommy Chapman would play the piano and...
Mr Donald Cooper 16/04/2017
 
I went to the "Otley Street Annex" as it was then titled in 1959, upon leaving Greatwood Primary School. I was eleven years of age. We had to form an orderly...
Mr Donald Cooper 16/04/2017
 
Yes the passage to Victoria Street is immediately before Liptons shop. C P Breare, Taylor's and outfitters, took over the Lipton premises in 1920
Bev P 16/03/2017
 
The Carla Beck cafe was reputedly a wedding present, which was was given to Kenneth & Helen Hudson by Kenneth Hudson's Father, Percy Hudson,who at that time...
Philip E. coates 06/03/2017
 
I used to visit the barbers at the back of this shop,I went with my dad. I was born in 1950. The barber was Norman Dexter, a friendly man, always glad to see...
Trevor Tattersall 24/02/2017
 
The houses that backed on to Upper Commercial St left looking up was called West Gate and the other side was East Gate. I had an aunt lived in Westgate, Mrs...
Sam Bottomley 23/02/2017