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Lynchet Embankment, looking south-west

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Lynchet Embankment, looking south-west
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Undated. View of lynchet embankment looking south-west. The lynchets are evidence of medieval farming in the area and run from Foundry Lane to the site of Killingbeck Farm. In Medieval times the farm here was part of the Temple Newsam Estate and was known as Killingbeck Grange Farm. A Grange is a monastic farm and meant that it had links with the Cistercian Abbey at Kirkstall. Image courtesy of John Garnett.

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