Photographs from bygone

days in Ryhill

Gallery One

To return to this page after viewing the larger versions of the photographs- Click on Gallery 1 on the Site Map

The following selection of photographs has kindly been loaned by Mr Albert Noble and should not be reproduced without his permission.

I hope that you enjoy them.

To see a larger version, click on the photograph of your choice.


    Sportsman Inn with Marsden Ellis's car in background    Ryhill Station in its glory days    Sunday School Whitsuntide procession at Brunswick, 1932    Winners of Hemsworht and District Schoolboys League 1924-1925    The station bears its new name to include Wintersett    Henry Perry Reed, Headmaster, Ryhill School, 1896-1916    Part of the congregation outside Ryhill Wesleyan Chapel, Chapel Street

Ryhill from the air - 1930's - what can you recognise?    Stonelaying ceremony at Ryhill Wesleyan Chapel, 14th June 1906    Ryhill Wesleyan Chapel - Sunday School scholars and teachers, 1914    Ryhill Carnival 1937    Ryhill Carnival 1937    First Ryhill women railway porters during 1914-1918 War

    Station Road - Mrs Snooks "hoss mucking"    Proud railway staff at Ryhill Station


The following photographs have been donated by Mr Hallas of Chester who worked for the West Yorkshire Highways Department during the alterations to the top of Station Road to Church Corner on Nostell Lane.


From Church corner down Station Road    From Church corner down Station Road    From outside the Sportsman Inn

Taken outside the Sportsman Inn    Nostell Lane and Lakeside    Nostell Lane

Nostell Lane from the end of the Lakeside Estate


            If you enjoyed the above, have a look at Gallery Two