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Location - Kippax

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Brigshaw Lane, looking towards Kippax (Kippax)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Brigshaw Lane looking north towards Kippax.
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Butt Hill (Kippax)
Black & White imageUndated, Postcard view of Butt Hill, looking from the junction with Brigshaw Lane. The finger signpost points left to Preston.
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Butt Lane (Kippax)
Black & White imageUndated, Early postcard view of Butt Lane, looking from the area which has the junction with Brigshaw Lane.
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Chapel Lane, Kippax Methodist Church (Kippax)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Kippax Methodist Church on Chapel Lane. This modern church building, dating from the 1970s, replaced the wesleyan chapel formerly in Chapel Lane. It was located on the opposite side of the road to the new chapel and was demolished in the late 1960s/early 1970s.
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Church Institue from Townend Yard. (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. Image shows the old Church Institute in Chapel Lane, seen here from Townend Yard off the High Street. The rusticated effect is peeling off the walls to reveal the brick work beneath, and the building is in a state of disrepair. It dates from 1883 when it cost £1000 to build. Members had access to daily and weekly newspapers and make use of the Library containing 500 volumes. A sign at upper storey level right says Kippax Open Youth Club.
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