|||All Saints Church (Otley Parish Church) (Otley)
Postcard view of All Saint's Church also referred to as Otley Parish Church. Late Norman in style, fragments of Saxon sculptures have been found, also part of a Viking gravestone. There are monuments to the Fawkes family and in the churchyard a scale model of the Bramhope tunnel can be found. This is a monument to the railway men who were killed building the tunnel.
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|||All Saints Church, Weston, datestone on porch (Otley)
|11th May 1997.
Image shows the date of 1686 carved on the datestone of the porch of All Saints Church, Weston. The church originated in the Norman period but has been added to over the centuries.
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|||All Saints Parish Church, Kirkgate (Otley)
|c Nov-Dec 1976.
View of Otley Parish Church, dedicated to All Saints, situated on Kirkgate. The earliest parts of this church date back to the 11th or 12th century, though it has been much added to and altered over the years. The site has been used for a church since Saxon times, with Saxon crosses having been found here; it is believed the original church was built by Archbishop Paulinus in 627.
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|||Bay Horse Court, Bay Horse (Otley)
View of old stone built buildings in Bay Horse Court, with the rear of the Bay Horse public house in the centre. A passageway to the left of the pub leads onto the Market Place.
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|||Bay Horse, Otley Market Place no. 20 (Otley) (3 comments)
View of one of Otley's many old public houses and possibly the smallest. The Bay Horse is at number 20 Market Place, at the junction with Boroughgate. Just visible on the right, is a narrow passageway leading to Bay Horse Court.
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