The long gone Heworth Colliery 'John Pit' Wardley lady Mrs J Davies outside her home with Reservoir St in the background Little Les Javan playing in the back yard & on top of the Ash Midden.That is Third Street across the street or lane
      
Wardley folk outside there house at 22 second St, WardleyKevin Connoly loaned me this photo of Sharps Butchers Shop in Station Rd, Bill Quay in 1995. Sharps were in Bill Quay around 100 yrsMr Sharp who was 87 when he loaned Kevin this old photo of a Bill Quay class early 1900s
      
Another photo from Mr Sharp showing the teachers that taught at Bill Quay School in the early 1900sThis early photo is another of Mr Sharp's & it is of a Newsagent & Confectioner in Bill Quay. Today this shop is a nice bookshop well worth visitingMr Sharp loaned this photo showing 'Clarence' the horse drawn 'Brake' with Bill Quay people on a day out. I wonder where that Church is?
      
Bill Quay Cricket Club's players outside their Pavilion early 1900sMr Bernard Smith's Papershop in Bill Quay 1995. Today it is no longer a shop & possibly used as an Office.Mr Sharp who I said is 67 can't remember this Chemist's Shop in Bill Quay. Can anyone tell us where it was?