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Aerial View, Rawdon (Rawdon) (10 comments)
Black & White image1955? New Road Side (A65 Otley Road) running north south Harrogate Road to right. Left Micklefield Park, Micklefield House. Aireborough Council based here until 1974. Parkland includes large kitchen garden, children's playground, stables to north of house, now site of Rawdon Library (1962) the Low Fold, group of stone cottages and field known as Whitelands, centre right, former Temperance Hall, then Rawdon Empire Cinema, demolished 1964.
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Aireborough Council 1960 (Rawdon)
Black & White image1960. This photograph was taken in 1960, many of the councillors were re-elected in 1962. Back Row left to right - Mr Farrar (Senior Public Health Inspector) Mr Tuffnell (Engineer and Surveyor) Cllr. Dodson, Cllr. Prince, Mr Hand (Treasurer), Miss M Schofield (Aireborough Librarian for many years). Middle Row - Cllr. Partridge, Cllr. Allerton, Cllr. Clapham, Cllr. Rhodes, Cllr. Southards, Cllr. Longden. Front Row - Cllr. Wood, Cllr. Finch, Cllr. Hudson, Cllr. Wilby, Cllr. Kirkbright (Vice - Chairman), Cllr. Best (Chairman), Mr R Hulme (Chairman of Council), Cllr. Miss Spencer, Cllr. Spencer, Cllr. Gibbon, Cllr. Mrs Hutchinson.
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Aireborough U.D. Council (Rawdon) (3 comments)
Black & White image1939. Group photograph of Aireborough Urban District Council. Back Row left to right, Joe Jenkinson, Harold Swift, John Huby, Joseph Stewart, M.g. Somers, ? Isaac Swires, J.E. Lister Cooper. Middle row left to right, John Whitaker, Thomas Swain, Gilbert.M.Jones, Fred Jackson, John Pennie, R.W. Richardson, J.E. Brooksbank, Arthur Simpson, A.E. Hudson. Front Row left to right, Dr Outhwaite, P.M. Richardson, G. Neville Riley, Arthur Ward, Tom Myers, H.V. Wilkinson.
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Apperley Bridge Station (Rawdon) (5 comments)
Black & White imagePre 1900. On the Leeds and Bradford Midland Railway line. Opened July 2nd 1846, closed March 22nd 1965. Line up of station staff, including guard with flag (centre). On the road above (Apperley Lane) can be seen the Queens Hotel. Faint spire in centre, Woodhouse Grove School.
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Apperley Bridge, from a watercolour by Fred Swaine (Rawdon)
Colour imageUndated. Watercolour painted by local artist Fred Swaine showing Apperley Bridge with the George and Dragon public house in view, left. The site of Apperley Bridge has been a crossing point over the Aire for centuries when it was originally a paved ford. The first bridge to be built here dated from the late 16th or early 17th century but this was replaced by the stone bridge with two arches, seen here, c1780 to 1800. Apperley Bridge is Grade II listed. The George and Dragon dates back to at least 1587 and was originally built by the Atkinson family of Apperley as a private house. It was first recorded as an inn in 1835 but was probably established as such in the late 18th century, c1780. The George and Dragon retains many of its original features and is also Grade II listed. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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