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Aberford Road, Isabella Pit


Subject ID:
2010416_170585
Location:
Garforth
Subject Year:
Copyright:
Garforth Historical Society
Class number:
GARFORTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY C57
Aberford Road, Isabella Pit
Description:
Undated. Isabella Pit, located north of Aberford Road off Ash Lane, was the first major shaft to be sunk in Garforth. Opening in 1833, it was owned by the Gascoigne family, the major landowners in the town, and named after their eldest daughter. The community of East Garforth grew up around it and 392 men lost their jobs when it closed in 1925.

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