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Jonathan Dabbs Photo by William DabsA look at the area through the camera of Jonathan Dabs.

Here at long last a view of Jonathan taken by his young son William.  Jonathan in his role as this sites cameraman has taken a lot of great photos of Streets and Buildings around the three Villages. He has also taken some marvellous scenic views of the area.

I think we can all agree that we are indebted a great deal to the time and effort put in by Jonathan because not only is there great enjoyment in viewing his work, there is also the knowledge that some of the buildings will eventually disappear as in the case of Vale House Thrybergh.

In effect the photos will be at least a lasting means of visually seeing how the local area and its dwellings once looked. When I say this I am relating to future generations.




No he is not a professional photographer and and with no insult intended to the pros. I doubt that they could have produced a finer collection than what Jonathan has presented to us here.
John Doxey.


The first photo is a view looking over the Miners Welfare Soccer Field, the steel works, behind which is Rawmarsh.



The second one is taken from a very well known local landmark, looking towards Thrybergh, Ravenfield, Dalton, and shows the extent of Ground the Tip at Silverwood covered. Woodlaithes new estate is seen beyond the tip. Which Landmark is the second photo taken from I hear you ask, well no reward for guessing.




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