| Steam and Diesel on the Midland line at Swinton circa 1965|
| The Trowbridge Brothers were very active in the 1920s and 1930s. Eddie emigrated to the U.S.A where he remained to ripe old age. |
| Hattersley Brothers Iron Foundry workers in the 1960s|
A flash flood catches people unaware. This view is at the corner of Queen Street and Station Street.
John Bingham early chairman of Swinton U.D.Council
Grand opening of the Carnegie Library.
The now demolished Swinton Congregational church. Another victim to the development of flats.
Chris Andrews visiting Swinton to research his grandfather - Arthur Morris; The Pitmans Poet.
The old Coach House at Swinton House is also to be demolished to make access for housing. A very misguided Project in my opinion (Giles B) in that the small amount the club are set to receive from the sale does not justify the loss of the building and the land asset. This farce drags on fortunatly with the recession
Swinton ladies cycling club circa 1900 advancing towards Rawmarsh.
The veterans pose with Swinton heritage at the launch of the film of their war exploits They answered the call see products for details.
P.C Kew Murdered carrying out his duty at Piccadilly 1900. He was trying to disarm the Backhouse brothers.
| William Arthur Morris 1887-1929.|
The Pitmans Poet was Julie Andrews grandfather
Part of the Royal dessert service made by the Rockingham pottery .
Central Swinton circa 1908
Swinton Hall in the Joseph Aquilla Bower era
|A view near to the Woodman roundabout,the gateway into the town .|
| Woodman Inn c1910|
|Bridge street was a victorian extension to the town.|
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| ARockingham basket.|| |
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The Bar-La Water Company operated in the town in Edwardian times.
Crossland Street Party celebrating the end of WWII
The Flint Mill, Rockingham Pottery circa 1905.
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| Dearne and Dove Canal from Bridge Street|| |
A further view down
A view of the famous Don Pottery which also operated in the town and is collected Worldwide.
Tony Capstick Presenter, Performer, Actor and Artist came from the Swinton Bridge area.
The Gate Inn here seen circa 1908.
Herbert Crossley was the Heavyweight Novice Champion of Britain. He fought Gene Tunney in New York in 1921.