Kilnhurst Through the ages in Pictures

Kilnhurst Through the ages in Pictures

Kilnhurst Through the ages in Pictures

Using more than 200 images, many never previously seen in public. This book takes the reader on a fascinating journey on memory lane.
Detailed captions and extensive research present many aspects of industrial village life and the exploits of its residents.
chapters look at ;

 

  • Industry and commerce
  • Faith and worship
  • Transport and travel
  • Sport and leisure
  • People and places.

 

cost £10.00

 

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  • Steve Coope

    I wonder if you might be able to help with my tracing my GGrandfathers footsteps. His name was Alfred Richard Coope, but went by the name of Fred or Fredrick. He was Station Master at one of Kilnhurst’s stations in 1866, but I don’t know which one of the two stations he was at. His eldest son Henry Samuel was born at this time in Kilnhurst. Do you have any record of his time there or is the station masters house still standing ? Thank you very much for taking the time to read and hopefully help with this matter. Best regards, Steve Coope
    stevecoope@ntlworld.com