Thrybergh



Old Post Office
Thrybergh Thrybergh
© Unknown © Old Rotherham 2013

Park Lane / Vale Road
Thrybergh Thrybergh
© Rotherham Family History Society 1965 © Old Rotherham 2012
The terminus for the Thrybergh trolleybus.

Hollings Lane
Thrybergh Thrybergh
© Rotherham Family History Society © Old Rotherham 2011
The building on the left used to be the Royal Oak public house.

Oldgate Lane "Whinney Hill" - Top
Thrybergh Thrybergh
© Rotherham Family History Society © Old Rotherham 2012

Oldgate Lane "Whinney Hill" - Top
Thrybergh Thrybergh
© Rotherham Family History Society © Old Rotherham 2011

Oldgate Lane "Whinney Hill" - Bottom
Thrybergh Thrybergh
© Rotherham Family History Society © Old Rotherham 2011

Google Earth: Park Lane / Vale Road       Hollings Lane       Oldgate Lane "Top"       Oldgate Lane "Bottom"
Notes: Thrybergh = "Triberga" = three hills
The village takes its name from its position in a depression between three hills.
Read more about the history of Thrybergh at the RMBC Website.