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Daisy hill, taken from the footpath that runs from it.

Daisy hill, taken from the footpath that runs from it.
1st February 2007. Image shows Daisy Hill set below the higher elevation of the town of Morley. It was taken from the footpath that runs from Daisy Hill down to the gravel-pathed woodland area immediately behind the White Rose Centre car parks. These are sited approximately 500 yards away behind the camera.

User Comments:

Graham A. Schofield

The day wasn't all that clear when I took this picture, but you can easily make out the profile of the hill. Apart from the disappearance of the many mills, and their accompanying chimneys, which would have crowded the far horizon in 1940's/1950's, little seems to have change in this view from that time.




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