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Results Found (29), Result Page (1 of 6)
Search Aspect ( Lych Gate )
Location - Leeds & District

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All Hallows Church from the lych gate in Church Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of All Hallows Church taken from beneath the lych gate in Church Lane on a snowy Easter Sunday morning. The path leads through the churchyard and past the south and east sides of the church to emerge back onto Church Lane opposite the junction with Woodacre Lane. All Hallows Church is Grade 1 listed and the Anglo-Saxon work on the tower is probably the oldest in Yorkshire. (List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest - Dept. of the Environment).
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All Hallows Church, close up of the lych gate (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Close up view of the lych gate of All Hallows Church, taken from Church Lane in the snow on Easter Sunday morning. Daffodils are blooming on the bend of Church Lane, right. The stone properties in the background are numbered 27 to 33, Church Lane. Number 33 is Ghyll Cottage, a grade II listed building.
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All Hallows Church, Lych Gate (Bardsey)
Black & White image1986 View shows the lych gate of All Hallows Church, the parish church of Bardsey. The Grade I listed church, situated on Church Lane, goes back to Anglo-Saxon times with the tower in the background dating from the 10th Century.
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All Hallows Church, Lych Gate from the church yard (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Footprints in the snow lead the way from All Hallows Church Yard to the Lych Gate on Church Lane. This was the first white Easter for 10 years and the earliest Easter since 1913.
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All Hallows Church, the Lych Gate in Church Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of the Lych Gate of All Hallows Church, located in Church Lane. The photograph was taken on the morning of Easter Sunday, the first white Easter for 10 years.
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