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School & Grounds

River Leven from the Boys' Bridge - taken in 1988 River Leven and part of the Teachers' Terrace - photo taken in 1988 River Leven from the end of the Boys' Bridge - taken in 1988 Teachers' Terrace - photo taken 1988
River Leven from the Boys' Bridge - photo taken in 1988 River Leven and part of the Teachers' Terrace -photo taken in 1988 River Leven from the end of the Boys' Bridge - photo taken in 1988 Teachers' Terrace - photo taken 1988
Boys' Bridge from the Teachers' Terrace - photo dating from the 1980s The Mill Arch leading to the Mill Yard and Station Road. The Mill Arch entrance to School. Teachers' Terrace and lawn covered in deep snow - March 1958
Boys' Bridge from the Teachers' Terrace - photo dating from the 1980s. The Mill Arch leading to the Mill Yard and Station Road. The Mill Arch entrance to School. Teachers' Terrace and lawn covered in deep snow - March 1958.
School from the Green in 1988 Leven Hall photographed in 1988 The Clock Tower photographed in 1988 A tranquil lake scene taken in the 1930s
School from the Green in 1988 Leven Hall photographed in 1988 The Clock Tower photographed in 1988 A tranquil lake scene taken in the 1930s.
Village & Countryside
A view of Ayton Village from Lower Green, with Roseberry in the background Another view of the Village taken from the road adjacent to Lower Green A tranquil scene, again from Lower Green; fishing for minnows A statue of the young James Cook on High Green
A view of Ayton Village from Lower Green, with Roseberry in the background. Another view of the Village taken from the road adjacent to Lower Green. A tranquil scene, again from Lower Green; fishing for minnows. A statue of the young James Cook on High Green.
Cockill's shop - now a tea room. Station Road looking back to School before demolition All Saints Church dating back to Norman times The Royal Oak Hotel, High Green,
Cockill's shop - now a tea room. Station Road looking back to School before demolition. All Saints Church dating back to Norman times. The Royal Oak Hotel, High Green.
The pissoir pictured here in its original location in the Mill Yard wall White Cottages on the way to Gribdale Gate Roseberry Topping as seen from half Cook's The Captain Cook Memorial on the top of Easby Hill
The pissoir pictured here in its original location in the Mill Yard wall. White Cottages on the way to Gribdale Gate. Roseberry Topping as seen from half Cook's. The Captain Cook Memorial on the top of Easby Hill.
Archive Photographs
A class scene from 1903. Herbert Dennis in charge. A woodworking lesson in 1903 The Coach Road in 1903 The Laundry and boys bridge in 1903
A class scene from 1903. Herbert Dennis in charge. A woodworking lesson in 1903 The Coach Road in 1903 The Laundry and boys bridge in 1903
Richardson Hall and Girls' Playground in 1903 Ayton School from High Green in 1903 A print of School in the very early years The River Leven and waterfall taken in 1903
Richardson Hall and Girls' Playground in 1903 Ayton School from High Green in 1903 A print of School in the very early years. The River Leven and waterfall taken in 1903
Thomas Richardson - Ayton School Founder The School Dining Room 1903 An outdoor Nature Class in the early 1900s The Tin Gym
Thomas Richardson - Ayton School Founder The School Dining Room 1903 An outdoor Nature Class in the early 1900s The Tin Gym