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Judging by the street furniture and car parked outside I think this was actually the buildings that were demolished to make way for the construction of the...
Simon Garner 26/06/2021
 
The official name was Bentley's Yorkshire Breweries Ltd (Woodlesford Nr Leeds) which was found on bottles, casks, cases, signs etc. Skipton had to be...
Peter Sheeran 24/06/2021
 
Do you have any photos of Cawder Ghyll hospital?
Gillian Purnell 23/06/2021
 
I agree with Julian Hide. I was born in Skipton and lived in Stirton for the first 16 years. We also knew it as Waterford Ghyll. Roger Cartwright, in an...
Nigel Whitmore 28/05/2021
 
Wow. That's amazing. I live on that row of 6 houses but on our deeds it says it was built in 1911.
Cooper 21/05/2021
 
The white van on the left is a Bedford van based on the Vauxhall HA Viva saloon. It's registration plate PBV 654J shows up that it was registered 1st of...
Chris Airey 18/05/2021
 
.....or as we used to say when we were young drinkers "buggers yer bladder". Moderators I suppose an e would look better than a u. That doesn't get the point...
Chris Airey 18/05/2021
 
No 23 Water St. The building still exists but the shop front has been filled in....
Peter Sheeran 07/05/2021
 
It was W E Brown who mentioned playing in the tunnel under the road Colin, but, like you, I too spent many hours in the beck and tunnel, and, like you, never...
Peter Sheeran 16/04/2021
 
My Gt Uncle John Patrick Rowley s/n 4689 was in the 22sr Service Bttn.
David White 12/04/2021
 
My second great grandmother Ellen Ann Whittingham nee Clapham lived at the Beamsley Alms houses in 1901 and died there in 1908.
Amanda Wass 02/04/2021
 
The passage on the left does, indeed, lead to Birtwistle's Yard. My mistake.
Peter Sheeran 02/04/2021
 
Of the two buildings in the centre of the road, the smaller one in front was the Market Cross. On the near right is the Wheat Sheaf Inn with what appears to...
Peter Sheeran 29/03/2021
 
Robert Coates - Hart's Head - 26 Newmarket St. Where Maple Leaf photography shop is now.
Peter Sheeran 28/03/2021
 
Catherine Sarah Ann Bacon was Belle Ann Bacon's older sister. Their father was Major Charles Cornet Bacon and mother was Sarah Smith, all this information can...
Mark Johnston 20/03/2021
 
My great aunt worked there for many years after the first world war. Her name was Cissie Billington. She moved to Skipton some time before 1911. I met her...
Clive Grey 16/03/2021
 
Yes, Colin, there is a plaque on the wall of 'Savers', next to the Yorkshire Trading Co....
Peter Sheeran 14/03/2021
 
Walking down Newmarket street, looking in one window of the old dyneley house hotel, you could see the set of call bells, with springs and rope bell pulls....
Keith Perriman 12/03/2021
 
Looks like the late 1950s to me.
Peter Sheeran 10/03/2021
 
I remember visiting this shop many times in the 1940s - run by Fred Meakin and his sons, Fred and Dennis. They were cousins I think (a couple of times...
Patti Cox 09/03/2021