About the Malton Postcard Collection
The majority of our postcards are of Malton and Old Malton and date from around 1900 to the 2000’s. These include the main shopping thoroughfares and street scenes, churches, schools, river scenes, the railway and events.
Examples are arranged here in 'galleries'. Click on any one to see an enlarged version and associated description. The collection has duplicates of many of these cards and dates given are taken from the earliest postmark.
Malton Street Views
Malton Buildings and Features
- The Sebastopol Cannon c1910Captured at Sebastopol this was a gift to the town organised by Major-General Norcliffe of Langton Hall. In 1859 it was initially placed in the lower Market-place. By 1879 it had been moved to the western end of Yorkersgate, at some point later it shared the same plot as the War Memorial. WS ref: MALWS2018.377
- St Leonard's ChurchAlthough it has 12th century origins it did not get its' spire until the 19th Century. Like St. Michael's it was a lesser church to St. Mary's in Old Malton. It passed to the Church of England on the dissolution of the Monasteries and was 'returned' to the Roman Catholic church in the early 1970s. WS ref: MALWS2018.542
Contact us by email
The Woodhams Stone Collection is a Registered Charity No: 1177312
Malton & Norton Heritage Centre
2 Buckrose Court Commercial Street
Norton YO17 9HN
The Malton and Norton Heritage Centre is currently closed to visitors. If you have a research related enquiry please use our email address.
The Woodhams Stone Collection is entirely run by volunteers and is housed in the Malton & Norton Heritage Centre. A donation however small would help towards our running costs and the purchase of archive quality materials required to store and preserve the Collection for future generations. If you should decide to donate via the PayPal button neither you nor Woodhams Stone Collection will be charged a fee for this donation.
At the end of the transaction you will be asked if you wish the payment to be made as part of the GiftAid scheme. If you are a UK taxpayer and able to do this it means that Woodhams Stone Collection can benefit by an additional 25% of your donation.
Malton & Norton Memories
This group is for those who are interested in life as it used to be in the twin towns of Malton and Norton. It is chiefly a showcase for photos and items from the Woodhams-Stone Collection but you are welcome to post any comments, memories or photos you may have to share.