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Recently donated photographs

Welcome to some of our collection of photographs of Aston-cum-Aughton.

We very much appreciate any donations or loans of photographs or images of the villages or the people who live here and if you have any such photos please e-mail them to us or address them to Aston History Group, The William Layne Reading Room, Aughton Lane, Aston, Sheffield, S26 2AN.    Contact us

We will endeavour to update this page when we receive new images.

 

Aston Church photographed from Aston Hall grounds
February 2008.



 

Photograph found in the Blue Bell Inn

This photograph was found in the Blue Bell Inn in 2008. We believe it is a Jones, but we are not sure which one. Obviously taken during the Second World War.

If anyone recognises it, please e-mail us on info@astonhistorygroup.co.uk

 

 

 



The Jinney Row at Aston Terrace



This is one of the few images we have of Aston Terrace, the mining hamlet built for the North Staveley Colliery Company.

The photograph shows the outside toilets on Jinney Row.

In the field behind the Rows is "Jack" (Len Senior) and the family dog.

"That was when winters were winters and summers were summers."


Outside earth toilets on Jinney Row
Image 2. Donated by Barry Senior



Life down the Jinney

Graham Senior in his pedal car on Jinney Row.
Photographed, we think, in 1950.

The Colliery Company built seven rows of houses on the site of North Staveley Colliery, adjacent Mansfield Road. They were Top Row, Spring Row, Chapel Row, Ladies Row, Beighton Lane Row, Middle Row and Jinney Row.

We would appreciate any photographs taken on the colliery site. They can be e-mailed to us at info@astonhistorygroup.co.uk or mailed to Aston History Group, The William Layne Reading Room, Aughton Lane, Aston, Sheffield, S26 2AN.    Contact us

 

Graham Senior in his pedal car on Jinney Row
Image 3. Donated by Barry Senior



 

 











 




 

 



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