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Adwalton Moor (Drighlington) (2 comments)
Undated, View of houses near Plasticisers Ltd. House on left has become derelict, windows that were once coloured glass are now broken and an arch appears to have been removed from above the door made obvious by the triangular markings noticeable above the lintel. The garden wall is now derelict and the garden and grass verge have become overgrown. The house on the right still retains its coloured glass windows and is surrounded by a well trimmed hedge and wall. On the far right the end of another house is visible with the porch extension just seen. On the left behind the house is a structure with a corrugated metal roof.
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Aerial View of Adwalton Moor (Drighlington) (2 comments)
22nd August 1968, Image shows junction of Moorside Road, Fairfield Lane and Hodgson Lane at the Railway Inn and extensions to the Penfield Estate Estate at the top of the photograph.
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Aerial View of Moorside Housing Estate (Drighlington) (1 comment)
Undated, Taken from north west side looking south east towards Birkby Brow Wood. Image shows Moorside Road in the foreground, new bungalow and chalet of Moorside estate, part of Fairfax council estate. Disused railway track and Leeds-Huddersfield Road in the background.
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Aerial View of St Paul's Church (Drighlington)
22nd August 1968, Aerial view of St Paul's Church of England (1878) on back lane off Whitehall Road. Also visible is the large church cemetery and the Manor House behind.
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Aerial View of Thomas Holdsworth and Sons (Drighlington)
Undated, View of Thomas Holdsworth & Sons Ltd hill top factory in the foreground taken from the west looking east towards Adwalton Moor. The works in the background are Barrons Textile Mill on the right of which is visible the reservoir. On the left of the picture is visible the entrance to Whitehall Grove off Hodgson Lane. Also see the path of the old railway track of the Bradford-Wakefield line.
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