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Boston Spa Library, High Street (Boston Spa)
Colour image5th March 2007. View of Boston Spa Branch Library at no. 173 High Street, with no. 171 just visible on the left. The library moved into this former telephone exchange building in 1979.
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Boston Spa Library, High Street (Boston Spa)
Colour image5th March 2007. View showing Boston Spa Branch Library on High Street. The library transferred from further along High Street to this former telephone exchange building in 1979.
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Boston Spa Library, High Street (Boston Spa)
Colour image5th March 2007. View of Boston Spa Branch Library situated on High Street. This former telephone exchange building was opened as a library on 5th December 1979. On the left is no. 171 High Street.
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Bridge Road (Boston Spa)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Bridge Road which runs from the High Street to the River Wharfe. The river can be crossed here via Thorp Arch Bridge into Thorp Arch itself. Bridge Close can be seen left, and the three storey terraced houses on the right are known as Highfield. This view is looking towards the bridge.
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Bridge Road (Boston Spa)
Black & White imageUndated. Bridge Road looking over the bridge towards Thorp Arch. Thorp Arch Bridge connects the two townships of Boston Spa and Thorp Arch and was completed in 1772. The local Hunt (Bramham Moor) had an interest in the building of a bridge here as the fords could be dangerous when the river was swollen. Various influential people subscribed substantial amounts of money. William Gossip of Thorp Arch and Sir Thomas Gascoigne, Lord of the Manor of Clifford supplied the stone from local quarries.
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