West Hallam Assorted Photographs
West Hallam Station
West Hallam for Dale Abbey Station, Stanley'Nibby' Colliery Headstocks in background.
Station closed 1966. Colliery closed 1961.
West Hallam Station After
West Hallam Village 1904
Miss Hobson's Post Office, West Hallam Village.
Caroline Ann Hobson ran the Post Office from 1893 - 1937. Retired after 44 years service.
St Wilfrid's Road from Village C 1920
Orchard Farm with coal wharf, High Lane West, West Hallam. Occupied by Thomas Hartley (1891)
Mapperley Crossroads - St Wilfrid's Road
You see this if you drive from Mapperley to the crossroads with High Lane West and High Lane Central. It is the corner of St Wilfred's Road and High Lane West. The nearest house was the home of the Hart sometimes called Hartshorne family. The daughter Doris had the house pulled down and a bungalow built in its place when her parents died some years ago.
The second house next to it was where the milkman Maurice Stevens lived and it is still there.
(The photograph was owned by Frank Hartshorne who recently passed away. His daughter Carole Hartshorne very kindly donated it to us. The information about this photograph was supplied by Brenda Parker, who remains a great source of information) April 2017
Albert Brocklehurst b1889 and brother Enoch Brocklehurst b1890. Outside Newdigate Inn c1905
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West Hallam Scargill Boys School concert 1900. Thanks to a Roger Wood for this photograph
Headmaster Ernest Edrick Raby with the Boys, some of whom are also on the West Hallam War Memorial
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West Hallam School Photographs From 1940's
Via Mark Bowley, With Thanks
West Hallam Junior School, Infants - 1940
West Hallam Junior School, Class III - 1940
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