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Lower Town Street, Stocks Hill

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Lower Town Street, Stocks Hill
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Undated. Looking north along Lower Town Street with Stocks Hill on the left, taken around the beginning of the 20th century but no earlier than 1905, as tramlines and a tram stop can be seen, with a tram in the background; trams were first introduced in Bramley on 14th April 1905. To the left is a stone wall topped with railings, which contained a drinking trough and water pump; this still survives today and is now Grade II listed, but the rest of the buildings in the picture have since disappeared.

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