The Travellers at Vaughton Hill

Deepcar

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The Travelllers, Vaughton Hill, Deepcar.  Click on a photo to enlarge it and for more information.

Travellers 1901/1908
Travellers 1901/1908

Looking up Vaughton Hill, the Travellers is the bottom house. The name over the door is Arthur J. Reddish, who was landlord from 1901 until his death in 1908.

Travellers 1901/1908
Travellers 1901/1908

Arthur Reddish was the landlord's name over the door. Picture Sheffield reference: s06992

Travellers 1908
Travellers 1908

“Vaughton Row” on Vaughton Hill – the Travellers is the bottom house. The pub was known locally as the Low Drop, because it was the lowest of the three properties on the hill. James Vaughton owned all of this row, having inherited it from his father. For a brief time this row of houses was known as "Makin Row" after another of the pub's landlords. Picture Sheffield reference: s11809

Map 1855
Map 1855

The Travellers is marked in red Reproduced with permission of the National Library of Scotland.