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Location - Woodlesford

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Aberford Road, railway bridge (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Aberford Road looking north-east along a tree-lined road towards the railway bridge. The junction with Station Lane can be seen. Two railway guards(?) stand either side of the road in front of the railway bridge.
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Church Street, Highfield Lane junction (Woodlesford) (6 comments)
Black & White image23rd April 1980. Looking west along Church Street by the junction with Highfield Lane. On the left is Woodlesford Junior and Infant School. Beyond the junction is a bus shelter; hidden behind this is Lotus Chop Suey Bar and Woodlesford Fisheries. Cars are parked on the road.
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Church Street, nos. 42-44 (Woodlesford)
Black & White image23rd April 1980. View of nos. 42-44 Church Street, Lotus Chop Suey Bar and Woodlesford Fisheries, with a house alongside. On the left is a bus shelter; behind this is Highfield Lane and Woodlesford Junior and Infant School.
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Church Street, terraced houses (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking up Church Street. Rows of terraced houses with women and children standing on pavement.
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Church Street, terraced houses (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking down Church Street. Rows of terraced houses to both sides of unfinished road surface. Women and children stand on the pavement outside one of the houses to the front of the photo On the right are the premises of G. Smith, Tailor.
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