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Aerial View of Bramham Looking east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham looking east. Coming down from the top edge is Headley Lane which joins Aberford Road ( from left to right of image ). Freely Lane comes down the centre to the village with the recreation ground on the left. Right of centre Bramham House is Visible and the ambulance station. Just below the centre of the left edge Crag Gardens rounds the bend into Almshouse Hill. Bowcliffe Road is bottom, left and there is a glimpse of the A1 in the bottom right hand corner.
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Aerial View of Bramham looking east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham showing the A1 at the bottom where Tenter Hill cuts beneath. Further up, Tenter Hill meets the junction of Front Street, left and Bowcliffe Road, right. Clifford Road goes off to the left and the fork in the centre is Low Way, left, leading to All Saints' Church, and Town Hill which becomes the High Street, right.
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Aerial View of Bramham looking north-east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham looking north-east. The A1 cuts across the bottom left hand corner and running almost parallel with it is Front Street to the left and Bowcliffe Road to the right. The junction in the middle is the site of the war memorial. From here two roads fork: to the left, Low Way leading to All Saints' Church, and to the right Town Hill which becomes the High Street. Clifford Road runs from the top left edge and the trees curving down from the top follow the line of Carr Beck which joins Bramham Beck eventually.
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Aerial View of Bramham looking north-east towards Clifford (Bramham)
Colour image1988. View of Bramham looking north-east towards Clifford. The A1 spans the bottom left hand corner. Next to this, the cluster of houses with red roofs are in Milnthorpe Gardens. Wetherby Road runs behind close to its junction with the A1. In the centre are houses on Lyndon Estate, and to the right of it the Clifford/Bramham Road runs up to Clifford at the top. St. Edwards' Church in Clifford is a landmark building at the centre of the top edge.
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Bramham Biggin (Bramham) (1 comment)
Black & White imageDecember 1903. Image shows the Biggin, a large residence on three storeys once part of Bramham College within the Bramham Park Estate. Bramham Biggin is on the opposite side of the A1 to Bramham village. This view is taken from the side.
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