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Search Aspect (Bay Horse Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bay Horse Lane, cottages (Shadwell)
Black & White image1986 View shows a row of three cottages on Bay Horse Lane. These include Bay Horse Cottage on the right then Bay Horse Farmhouse in the centre, with no. 1 Bay Horse Lane on the left. Visible on the far left of the photo is Brookdale Cottage on Brandon Crescent.
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Bay Horse Lane, from Wetherby Road (Shadwell)
Black & White image1985 View looking west from Wetherby Road towards Shadwell on the left. Bay Horse Lane follows round from the first row of houses on the left (known as Bridge Terrace) to the lone house on the far right (Eastfield). Further back on the left are houses on Crofton Rise and Crofton Terrace.
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Brandon Crescent, Brookdale Cottage (Shadwell)
Black & White image1986. View shows Brookdale Cottage, a detached house with outbuildings and garden, situated on Brandon Crescent near the junction with Bay Horse Lane.
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Shadwell Bridge (Shadwell) (1 comment)
Black & White image26th July 1932 View looking from Wetherby Road towards cross roads of Shadwell Bridge. Shadwell Lane is on the left with Carr Lane. Road in the centre was originally known as the Coal Road, which still exists at the Seacroft end. It was renamed Bay Horse Lane after a nineteenth century coaching inn further along the road. A works van belonging to J & H Smith Ltd can be seen parked on bridge. Place name sign on left.
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Shadwell Bridge, from Bay Horse Lane (Shadwell)
Black & White image26th July 1932 View of Shadwell Bridge. The junction with Coal Road is on the left leading towards Wetherby Road. Main Street is on the right and Bay Horse Lane is behind the photographer. A partly demolished stone wall is seen towards the left and a road sign reading 'Drive slowly through Shadwell' is visible towards the right.
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