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The Gaffer.

The Gaffer.

Skinningrove Works Chief Engineer Walter Bradley is on the right (to his right is his daughter Jeanette), with group which includes Mrs Bradley. At the Training Centre before starting their tour of the works in 1974.  Once again help with names please.

Image courtesy Dave McGill and thanks to Barbara for the update.

It’s not a Meccano set.

It's not a Meccano set.

Skinningrove Works Open Day 1974.
Instructor Ray Milner explains to the fascinated group about the fully working model, used to train overhead crane drivers and slingers. Help again needed to put names to faces.  Barbara McBurney tells us: ”The lady at the front centre is Jean Ainsley, she the owned Ainsleys shop in carlin how, I believe the tallest boy to the right of her was Ian Ainsley her son who was an apprentice fitter at time.”

Image courtesy Dave McGill and thanks to Barbar for the update.

Little Mill

Little Mill

Skinningrove Works 18 Inch Mill, (foreman) Jim Rowe, shows a party, around the mill. Shirley Kay, and Marlene Webster, are in the group.
Help needed with other names. Year is 1974. Alan Rowe tells us: ”Joan Rowe – white top – dark shoulder straps. Alan Rowe – white lined anorak hood.”

Image courtesy Dave McGill and thanks to Alan for that update.

Feel the Heat

Feel the Heat

Visitors Watching a hot section being rolled in the 18 inch mill, Skinningrove Works. Matty Miller is among the group. Help needed with other names. The year is 1974.
Image courtesy Dave McGill.

Miniature Site

Miniature Site

Local School Party, viewing a model of Skinningrove Works.
Matty Miller (Roll Designer) far left.
Help needed with names. The Year is 1974.
Image courtesy Dave McGill.

Visitors open day 6

Visitors open day 6

Skinningrove Works open day. Roll Designer Matty Miller, explains the action of the rolling process to an interested audience. help needed with names.
Image courtesy Dave Mcgill.

Visitors open day 5

Visitors open day 5

Skinningrove Works open day.
The group inspect the 36 inch mill Hot Saw. Second from right (foreman) Norman Pass. Help needed with names.
image courtesy Dave Mcgill.

Visitors open day 4

Visitors open day 4

Skinningrove Works open day in 1974.
Far left Jim Shaw (foreman). Brian Young tells us: ”The lady stood next to Jim is Dot Bird (who used to work in the canteen), her husband Alf is second on the right, their son John and daughter  Marion  are also on the photo.” Bob Doe tells us:”Brian Mountain(Sales Manager) is at extreme left”.

Help needed with names.
Image courtesy Dave Mcgill and thanks to Brian Young and Bob Doe for the updates.

Visitors open day 3

Visitors open day 3

Skinningrove Works open day. far left John Curnow, 36 inch mill Roller (never without his pipe). We aske for help needed with names and Betty Hall (Graves) assisted and they are:

Left to right: John Curnow, Margaret Nicholson, Les Smith, Betty Graves, Mrs Lyman, Sed Lyman. In the background Mr & Mrs Graves.
Image courtesy Dave Mcgill and many thanks again to Betty for completing our list of names.

Visitors open day 2.

Visitors open day 2.

Skinningrove Works open day.
Left to right: Norman Pass (Foreman) , Elsie Pass, ??, ??, ??, ??, Dorothy Harrison, Jack Harrison(worked in the Mill Office) and their sone Graham.

Help needed with other names and possible date.
Image courtesy Dave McGill and thanks to Brian Young for the update.