Wardley Colliery football supporters at a fixture at Bill Quay 'Hibs' ground in 1936 Another Wardley Methodist Concert with some names but no date. If anyone can help with any dates or decades please email me Wardley Colliery Chapel folk in 1956
A faded photograph of Wardley youngsters. If you recognise anyone please get intouchMr & Mrs Stevenson outside there stone built home in Waggonway St early 1900s.These three Steam Engines were destined for the scrapyard as they stood at Follingsby Colliery sidings in 1946
Members of Wardley Colliery 'Order of St John' with some names Deighton, Shearer,Jones & Carlaw.White Mare Pool sandstone bridge before demolition looking south towards Follingsby.A photo of a local dog taken in Smith's Villas at Wardley in the 1940s. That's West Cres to the left
Wardley Collieries Civil defence Team in white helmets. The Manager & under-manager were there when I was there 1960 to 65.Wardley folk celebrating our victory in WW1 with a  party in the back lane just along from the Post Office May Day Parade through Wardley passing the Post Office. The May queen is on the white horse