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A postcard of Briggate (Main Street) (Garforth)
Black & White imageearly 20th century. This view was taken of Briggate in the early twentieth century and became a postcard. On the right is Colliery Row and beyond is Eagle House. Most of the street was still dwellings houses, and the lack of traffic allowed the children to stop and look in the middle of the road.
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All Saints Lodge, Elland Road (Churwell)
Colour imageDecember 1968. View of All Saints Lodge built in 1911 on the site of the cottages known as Colliery Row. Local historian, Bob Dennis says that the first occupant of All Saints Lodge was the Reverend F.S. Sykes. He succeeded Reverend J.C. Handing when he left his appointment to become Vicar of Scammonden in 1913. All Saints Lodge is situated on Elland Road at the junction with Crossland Road, right. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Main Street (Garforth)
Black & White image1910. Looking towards Town End, the view shows that on the extreme right Colliery Row, which is now the site of a parade of shops. Far right in the background is Eagle House and at the time there was no welfare hall. The house dwellings were mainly domestic, and indeed the houses on the right remained until 1950.
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Main Street (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. On the left is the Welfare Hall and extending to the right is Colliery Row. It was also known as Long Curtain Row. This was replaced by a parade of shops. The footballer, Jack Charlton, once owned and ran his mens wear business in one of them.
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Main Street (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. This photograph was taken on a snowy day by Mr. F. Holroyd, who was a local chemist. The view is from outside his first shop in Newmarket Place. Mr. Holroyd's shop was the middle one, in Newmarket Place, which later became a pet shop. On the left is Mr Preston's barbers shop and Miss Preston's Hair Hut, beyond which is now a shopping parade. This was once Colliery Row houses.
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