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Annie Street nos. 44 - 52 (East Ardsley)
Black & White image1964, View of Annie Street numbers 44 to 52 looking across Mill Lane. The terraced houses in view all open directly on to the pavement. Further down Anne Street, past number 44 where there is a woman in the doorway the properties are set further back and have gardens to the front, numbers 44 to 52 are back-to-backs.
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Annie Street nos. 44 - 52 (East Ardsley)
Black & White imageApril 1967, Annie Street numbers 44 to 52. Terraced houses on an unmade road. A man stands outside number 50 talking to someone through an open door. An estate car is parked on the other side of the road. Milk bottles in crates are on the pavement in the foreground on Mill Lane.
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Ardsley and Tingley Branch Library, number 213A Bradford Road (East Ardsley)
Colour image2005. Image shows the new, red brick built Ardsley and Tingley Branch Library located at number 213A Bradford Road.
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Ardsley Railway Station, railway workers (East Ardsley) (6 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Old photograph showing a group of workers posing by the railway with their shovels. It is thought to have been taken at Ardsley Railway Station, located on the Great Northern Railway between Tingley and Lofthouse and Outwood. This station opened in 1857 to serve the inhabitants of East Ardsley. It closed in 1964 as a result of the Beeching report published in 1963. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Ardsley Working Mens Club, Canteen Committee (East Ardsley)
Black & White image11th April 1912. Image shows members of the Ardsley Working Mens Club Canteen Committee. The photograph is badly damaged but it is possible to see that most of the men are holding items of food like large loaves of bread and plates of butter. Some are holding large earthenware jugs. They wear flat caps and waistcoats, some with watch chains. The two women with tea cloths are clad in white aprons. On the left there is a tiny child in a coat and matching bonnet tied with ribbons beneath her chin. In the background the club premises are visible.
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