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A photographic presentation from Peter Obrien.
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photo copyright Dave Mellor

On the left is Thrybergh Sports Centre . Fullerton Hotel on the right. Site of old Farm middle . Thrybergh Parish Hall bottom right. Intersection of Vale Road and Park Lane.


Intersection of Park Lane, Oldgate Lane and Hollings Lane. Just above centre is Thrybergh Top Club, on the left of which is Thrybergh Post Office. Across the Road is the old Whinney Hill School now demolished


I thought this print would be of interest. The first twelve houses to be built, after the war in Thrybergh on Vale Rd, Bowen Dr, and St Leonard's Ave, by The R/ham Rural District Council.  Just before the Pre Fabs
(Taken by Dave Mellor Maltby Van & Car Hire) on a trip I had in 1986)
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2005 Peter Obrien , Dave Mellor




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