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Lynchet embankment near Foundry Lane

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John M. Garnett
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LEO 4646
Lynchet embankment near Foundry Lane
Undated. Image show a lynchet embankment near Foundry Lane, important evidence of Medieval strip farming. The lynchet embankments run from Foundry Lane, south-west to the site of the former Killingbeck Farm. In Medieval times the farm that existed here was known as Killingbeck Grange Farm. A grange was a monastic farm and means that this farm had associations with the Cistercian monks of Kirkstall Abbey. In the top, left-hand corner is a high-rise block of flats thought to be Parkway Grange in Foundry Lane. Image courtesy of John Garnett.

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