FLOCKTON Green Working Men's Club and Institute has been extended and an early electricity pylon has disappeared, but little has changed in Barnsley Road between these 1953 scene (left) and 2005 (below).
The vehicles have changed, but our off-peak shot in 2005 conceals the increase in traffic along the road over the 52 years.
Turning left at the foot of the hill will take you into Pinfold Lane.
From medieval times until the nineteenth century most agricultural villages had a pinfold.
A pinfold was a secure enclosure where straying animals were collected and kept until the owner reclaimed them, on payment of a fine to the pinder, the man responsible for administering the pinfold.