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Were You At Prior Pursglove?

Were You At Prior Pursglove?

Quite a large group here and the names are:-
Back row: Shaun King, Ernest Bradford, Mr Lynch, Gilbert Cain, Mr Thompson Vaughan Dexter, Mr Noble,Frank Wetherall, Roy Lucas, Peter Jackson. ’Chubb’ Riches
Middle row: Mr Gibben, Ronald Rudd, Alec Jenkins, Carl Dunn, Michael Tailby, Mark Penty, Mr Pierson, Mr Moran, Michael Gee, David Myers, Peter Limon, Keith Mitchell, Mr Wainwright.
Front Row: Mrs Susan Brown, Mrs Josie Etches, Miss Brown, Mrs Farrington, Geoffrey Farrington, Mr Windass, Miss Jean Stafford, Mr W.P. Cooper, Mrs Heal, Mrs Brown, Mrs Getters.

Thanks to Bob Doe for pointing out our mistake and Susan Brown for the confirmation.

New Bridge

New Bridge

An interesting Postcard of Saltburn. It shows Construction work on the Bridge over the Beck. Can any of our knowledgeable viewers
Put a date to the new Bridge. Today a Bungalow stands on the grass
in the foreground.
Courtesy of Ken Johnson.

Dock End

Dock End

The Fishing Fleet at Dock End Whitby, the Postcard is stamped 1907. The two masted fishing drifter tied up to the quay, has an PZ Cornish registration. Taken at the height of the Herring Season, the Harbour would have been full of Scottish, Cornish and other East Coast Ports Fishing Craft of many different types, Following the Herring Shoals.
Courtesy of Ken Johnson.

Old Runswick

Old Runswick

A reliable series Postcard of Runswick Bay
around 1900. The old road down to the Village and Beach can be seen above the Cottages. At this date they would belong to Fishermen and their families.
Courtesy of Ken Johnson.

Water Mill

Water Mill

A Painting used on a Postcard, of Rigg Mill. Dated 1912, we have a photo by Frank Meadow Suttcliffe of the same scene.
Image courtesy Ken Johnson.

Donkey Road

Donkey Road

Postcard of the 199 steps from church street to the Abbey, at the right is the well named Donkey Road, with obligatory donkey. Posted in 1929.
Image courtesy Ken Johnson.

Fish for tea

Fish for tea

A Postcard Painting, of Robin Hoods Bay, around 1900.
The lady in the red shawl with basket is approaching a coble just beached, perhaps to buy some fish.
Image courtesy Ken Johnson.

Beck Isle Cottage

Beck Isle Cottage

Thornton Le Dale, An Edwardian Postcard of Probably the most photographed cottage in Yorkshire. There are many views of the cottage from different directions, mostly from the bridge over the beck,
Image courtesy Ken Johnson.

A group of three

A Group of three

Two ladies and a small child, again an outdoor image, perhaps in the woods? Anybody recognise an ancestor?

Image courtesy of Michael Garbutt.

Young boy with hat

Young Boy with Hat

We are unsure as to how happy the young man is about this whole experience. And again how clean he is!
Image courtesy of Michael Garbutt.