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Pollard Lane, Newlay Bridge, Newlay Lane

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Pollard Lane, Newlay Bridge, Newlay Lane
Spring 2004. Image shows the bottom of Pollard Lane in the foreground, looking up Newlay Lane towards Horsforth. There is a barrier at Newlay Bridge as it is no longer open to through traffic. The building on the right of the bridge is the old Toll House on the North Side of the River Aire. The stone was quarried locally and it has a stone slated pitched roof. Both the Toll House and the Bridge are listed. The Toll House is at number 2 Newlay Lane.

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Bill Collier

The house on the right of the bridge was for many years a village shop owned and run by Mr.& Mrs. Woodcock along with their daughter Dorothy.

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Nee spooner

Past Woodcocks shop- over the then smelly river Aire- to FEATHERBANK


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