3 edition of Shipley & Windhill in times past found in the catalog.
Shipley & Windhill in times past
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Windhill Old Burial Ground You notice so much more when you're walking than when in a vehicle. I've been along Crag Road in Shipley many times but never spotted this little old burial ground, which lies below the level of the road (that was built in the s) on land that would, I think, have been alongside the Bradford Canal. Windhill Books LLC () [email protected] Submissions Please note that Windhill Books does not accept submissions of any kind. (Books, book ideas, concepts, manuscripts, product ideas, etc., of any kind). We have enough work of our own in .
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Shipley Photographs & Memories members. Hi all, I am trying to find my half brother and sister who I’ve not seen since the early 90s and would love to make their acquaintance again as I was only a young lad, their names are Gary & Sarah Williams I believe Gary was born around and used to play guitar in a band, I’m not too sure when Sarah was born but I know that she used.
The Shipley Great Northern Railway branch line was a railway line that ran east, south and then westwards from Shipley to Bradford in West route was opened in to goods traffic and then to passengers in by the Great Northern Railway (GNR) and looped around the eastern edge of Bradford.
The GNR arrived after other railways had been established in the West Yorkshire area Locale: West Yorkshire.
Shipley is a historic market town and civil parish in the City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, by the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, north of population of the Shipley ward on Bradford City Council taken at the Census Before Shipley was an urban district in the West Riding of town forms a continuous urban area with y: England.
Windhill Memories has 1, members. In the s, Windhill was described as a hamlet in the Chapelry of Idle, in the parish of Calverley, in the Morley. Buy Shipley and Windhill (Archive Photographs) First Edition by Firth, Gary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Also known as the Windhill Wesleyan Methodist Cemetery. Many gravestones are damaged or missing in this cemetery and some gravestones have been moved from their original location. The cemetery appears to be no longer actively used though it is maintained by Bradford Shipley & Windhill in times past book.
It was opened in Also known as the Windhill Wesleyan Methodist. Windhill was not long without a club for, the following year a special meeting was held at the house of Mr Denby, Bull Inn, Shipley and it was decided to form a new club.
In it was decided to lay 1, yards of ground, Windhill Recreation Ground. Some of the books may be available for loan, however most items are for consultation in the library. Please note that Saltaire is not included in this list but is covered in a separate leaflet Books General Local History The Shipley Times & Express Pictorial () SHY REF.
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In those times the Windhill / Idle area would have been largely forest, scrub and moor with occasional small cultivated clearings. Before the Norman invasion, the land between Keighley and Farsley (which includes Windhill) was held by two Anglo Saxon noblemen, Archil and his nephew Gospatric.
I was born on Woodville Street in and can remember all the back to back houses and all the shops below the parish church down to the bottom of Carr Lane, Annie Dawson's, the Co-op, Traveller's Rest etc. I bought most of the books on Windhill which were published by the Windhill Memories Group (Read full memory).
Old Map of Yorkshire. An old map of Yorkshire, hand-drawn in for the renowned cartographic publisher Samuel Lewis. These superbly detailed maps provide an authoritive and fascinating insight into the history and gradual development of our cities, towns and villages.
Windhill station GNR and Shipley Midland Once again I am grateful to Peter Thorpe for his. magnificent archive of photographs around Shipley. This time an 8F is in charge. The old. Bradford canal which was of course put out of. business by the railway, followed the same route.
Lcation is on Owlet & Crag Road, Windhill, known as the Windhill Wesleyan Methodist Cemetery. A pick of the best of Bradford amateur football: a second series of articles on famous and legendary football teams from past to present.
Author, £ pp: Whitworth, Alan: Bradford in times past. Countryside publications, £ 48pp: Whitworth, Alan: Thornton in times past. Countryside Publications, 48pp: Williams, Nigel. I was born in Crag Road, we moved to West Royd in I remember the Windhill Church School back in the s. Once a week we saw the steam train come past the bottom playground and pick up several trucks.
The engine driver always tooted the whistle and waved to us kids. Shipley and Windhill railway station was a railway station in Shipley, West Yorkshire, England between and During the s, two small railway companies were formed to promote suburban railways in Bradford, the Bradford, Eccleshill and Idle Railway and the Idle and Shipley schemes and the companies themselves were taken up by the Great Northern Railway, which built a.
Explore the New Popular Edition Series Surveyed duringand published Scale isThe New Popular Edition captures the ever-changing landscape of Britain at a crucial time. Shipley and Windhill railway station is within the scope of WikiProject Yorkshire, an attempt to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to Yorkshire on Wikipedia.
If you would like to participate, you can visit the project page, where you can join the project, see a list of open tasks, and join in discussions on the project's talk page. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the. Good times were back at Windhill in when promotion was obtained as champions, mainly due to the consistency of year-old West Indian Calbert Minott, who took 65 wickets at Promotion enabled the club to celebrate their centenary in Division One, but the season ended with relegation with the team bottom after winning just three matches.
Find Christchurch Windhill in Shipley, BD Get contact details, videos, photos, opening times and map directions.
Search for local Places Of Worship near you on Yell.In Affectionate Remembrance of Joseph Wilcock, of Windhill, only son of Thomas Wilcock, Esq. of the same place, who departed this life Janry 27thin the 45th year of his age. Grieve not dear wife but be content, For unto thee I was but lent, My time is past my race is.
Former Shipley and Windhill Railway Station. One-time terminus of the disused Shipley and Windhill :