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Arley. John Stain & wife

John Stain and wife, family portrait, Arley. 1890s

Arley. Midland Railway 2-4-0 No. 104

Midland Railway 2-4-0 No.104 engine with R. John Thomas Stain and his brother William at the turn of the century. The locomotive is in full Midland livery and in 1907 became No. 200. 1900s

Arley. Miners' Welfare Hall

Miners Welfare Hall , Arley. !930

Arley. Mr Fred Hudson

Mr Fred Hudon, the ostler at Arley Pit, who lived at Rectory Cottage. 1920s

Arley. Mr George Hill and brother

George Hill and his brother making pit boots at Arley. 1930s

Arley. Railway signal box

The signal box on the railway, at Arley colliery sidings. 1920s

Arley. Railway Station

Arley and Fillongley railway station. 1930s

Arley. Rectory

Front view of rectory and garden, Arley. 1910s

Arley. Rectory Football Club Dinner

Arley Rectory football club dinner in the old C/E school (now a private house). Ladies serving from left to right - Annie Ault, Mrs Ballard, Mrs George Moore, Mrs Edna Chetwynd, Cissie Chetwynd. Seated ...

Arley. Reverend De Castro, Rector

Portrait of the Rev. De Castro, Rector of Arley from 1863 - 1901.

Arley. School group

Group photograph of school boys with teacher. Board reads "Arley C of E School football team". 1900s

Arley. Village scene

Two people talking in Arley Village with Arley church in the background. 1900s

Arley. Wagon Load of Lime Inn.

"The Wagon Load of Lime", Arley. 1900s [The figure standing in the doorway is the publican Edward Bates and was apparantly known as the strongest man in Arley. The building is now a private house]