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Meanwood Beck, footbridge near Switchgear

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Meanwood Beck, footbridge near Switchgear
12th October 1936. Situated to the rear of Yorkshire the bridge was part of a patch from Meanwood Road through to Woodhouse Ridge. It was a part of the park known as Batty's Wood an area of oak woodland. Thought to be the site of the Battle of Meanwood Valley in 1643, Parliamentarian forces defeated a troop of Royalists as they were moving through to attack Leeds from the East.

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