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Search Aspect ( All Saints )
Location - Leeds & District

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Adel Church, Bronze Sanctuary Door Ring (Adel) (3 comments)
Colour imageDecember 1963. Close-up showing the fine workmanship of the bronze Sanctuary door ring on the door of the South Porch of Adel Church. It dates from the thirteenth century and is thought to have been made at York. The handle, incorporating a dog-like beast, is very similar to one seen at All Saints Church, Pavement, York. Adel Church is known to have had associations with Holy Trinity Priory of York, which in turn had connections with Marmountier to the South of Tours. It is thought that the skilled craftsman who made the ornamental door furniture ect. could have come from this region of France. The deal panelled door was replaced in 1879 and Architects, Adams and Kelly discovered a much older door concealed in the casing. This door had been turned around at some time as it bore marks in three places where the hinges had once been positioned. Old, rusty hinges were still in place.
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Aerial View north of Wetherby showing Kirk Deighton. (Wetherby)
Colour image1988. Aerial view north of Wetherby showing Kirk Deighton at the left edge. The spire of All Saints Church is visible. The edge of Wetherby is seen at the bottom. Deighton/Wetherby Road leaves Wetherby and runs through the middle of Kirk Deighton. To the right is Wetherby By-Pass, the A.1.
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Aerial view north of Wetherby to Kirk Deighton (Wetherby)
Colour image1988. Aerial view looking north of Wetherby to Kirk deighton. The Wetherby By-Pass (A.1.) can be seen right. The edge of the town of Wetherby runs across the bottom. Coming in from the left is Ashdale Lane and from the right, Deighton/Wetherby Road which passes through Kirk Deighton, centre. The spire of All Saints Church is visible in Kirk Deighton.
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Aerial view of Bramham looking east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham looking east. From the bottom, New Road is on the left and Low Way is to the right. All Saints' Church stands on the oval shaped green space. To the left of the church is Back Lane and to the right, Vicarage Lane. The old Vicarage House is visible at the centre of the right edge. The cluster of houses at the bottom are in Fine Garth Close, and at the top, Prospect Bank. Toulston Lane is at the top right. The Old Hall can be seen left of centre.
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Aerial view of Bramham looking east (Bramham) (1 comment)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham looking east. At the top left is Toulston Lane and moving down, the High Street. Aberford Road follows the line of buildings towards the top. Folly Lane is the road running straight down from Aberford Road on the right. At the bottom edge on the left is New Road, followed by Low Way leading to All Saints' Church. Curving round, bottom right, is Crag Gardens and Almshouse Hill.
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