The Wagon & Horses
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The Wagon & Horses, Langsett. Click on a photo to enlarge it and for more information.
Before 1897, which was the year planning permission was given to extend the pub to an adjoining canteen and to carry out some structural alterations.
After 1897; the new extension can be seen on the left.
The Sheffield bus is parked outside. Taken from the other side to the previous photographs.
Advertising a very early morning Whit Monday outing to the Wagon and Horses from Stocksbridge
Whit Monday visit to the Wagon and Horses
Whit Monday outing from Stocksbridge
Whit Monday outing from Stocksbridge.
Brook Donkersley (born 1851) is the gentleman on the middle row 5th from the left.
Langsett viillage with the Wagon and Horses on the left, behind the tree. Possibly 1920s/1930s Still open today, and still known as "Billy Green's" after a former landlord.
Langsett village - the Stanley House on the right, the White House in the centre and on the left is the old harness room belonging to the wagon and Horses.