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Hill Top Moor

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Historic Interest List E, E137(1)
Hill Top Moor
Undated. This was the remains of former Common lands of Armley. Until the 1850s, cloth was still being woven by hand in Armley, open spaces were used as public tenter grounds and Hill Top Moor was one of these. This view looks west towards Hill Top Road. It is thought that the building just glimpsed through the trees is the Travellers' Inn.

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