Graham Smith came to Skinningrove in the late 1970s. He has left us a superb study of life in the village then. We would like to thank him for the wonderful memories.
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This picture shows Hutton Street as it was. Bobby and Ivy Garbutt are fondly remember by villagers. They used to live in Furnace Cottages before moving to the end house on Hutton Street next door to John and Jean Spedding. Jim, their son lived on Marine Terrace.
George Holiday with R Noble’s boat
George Holliday at the end of Stone Row with a lovely view of the works in the background
Tommy Whiskers and Major Lightfoo
Peter Kennedy and Mick Hart
Pat Noble and Mrs Noble with Richard and Wendy
Skinningrove Works with Primrose Hill
When was the middle row of Primrose Hill demolished?
This was obviously taken before Health and Safety laws became ludicrous..
with the works in the background
Marine terrace in the background
Midge Purver and Mr Tinkl
Richard Noble and Michael Cox above the fishermen’s huts
Richard Noble and Michael Co
Midge Purver and Mr Tinkler
Mrs Noble with Richard and Wendy