Wardley & Felling school boys at seaham Camp in 1936 with quite a few names Leam Farm after it was renovated in the 1980s Wardley British Legion record club in 1972.What was it? did they swop 45's?
Volunteers tidying up after a fire at wardley Infants school in 1969Little Les Javan on his bike outside his home 12 Second St which had been a New Connection Methodist Chapel previouslyFour of the senior Wardley men possibly in the 60s or 70s.
Wardley Coal seperation Plant that was built in 1926 but Monkton Coke Works took over it's work in 1956A Wardley Colliery football team. Alfie Hill & Ralphy Tailford were Fitters at Wardley when I served my time there.Don't know what these Trophies & tankards were for but these Wardley men won them.
Wardley Colliery Primitive Methodist Chapel football team & supporters in 1926-7 with quite a few names. Wardley lads taking a break. Perhaps it was dinner timeThis man would have seen some hard times down the Pit without safety lamps or hard hats. Tom Cave would have been born in the 1800s.