Railways Gallery

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]In the heyday of rail travel the village could boast the junction of three rail systems.   Construction of the the cuttings and embankments still remain, … Continue Reading →

Footpaths Gallery

Our once industrial past has offered a substantial increase to the already extensive number of walks contained in this widely varied village.   Reclamation and restoration 0f onetime mining sites … Continue Reading →

Groups Gallery

From a huge range of pictures of groups of people, I hope to change the displays from time to time. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Clubland Gallery

In the current circumstances (2017) it is astonishing to see that three of the clubs are holding firm against the tide of cheaper drinks being available in the supermarkets.   … Continue Reading →

Victorian Gallery

Although unable to go back as far as the 1840’s when the medium was first invented.  The village has been lucky enough to attract amateur and professional photographers to record … Continue Reading →

River Calder Gallery

This section of the river/canal system from Wakefield to its place of confluence with the River Aire in Methley is more visible especially whilst travelling to Castleford providing the viewer … Continue Reading →

River Aire Gallery

Highly photogenic – the river and all it’s traffic offer, even the most amateur of photographers an opportunity to grasp pleasure of the subject and the medium being used.   … Continue Reading →

Bridges Gallery

Three rail lines, two river systems and canals along with two major highways means that over the years the village a large number of crossings/bridges have been constructed.  Some of … Continue Reading →