|Panorama of the village, the Institute is on the far left of the picture, |
just before the church. The village green to the right has the cross and the stocks there.
The stream to the left runs down the side of the road on the way out of the village on the left. There is a one-way system in place designed to bamboozle the unwary. The Pickering road is straight on and then to the left.There are a couple of panoramas here.
|This is the institute with the clock. There is an inscription above the clock|
and below a list of the fallen.
AS A MEMORIAL TO
JOHN RICHARD HILL
DIAMOND JUBILEE YEAR
|The inscription is below:|
that their names be not forgotten"
|Another view of the memorial tablet|
|The Market Cross|
|The stocks in front of the Market Cross|
|An embroidered map of the Parish of|
Thornton-le-Dale which I photographed
hanging in a hall opposite the Motor Museum
|I have copied this from the Thornton-le Dale Website|
to show the changes that have occurred
I managed to visit the local car museum and auction rooms. It wasn't open but I got some great shots of cars that were on the forecourt of the garage. Restoration was going on!
The reference on the War Memorials Archive is 30858