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Search Aspect ( All Saint''s Church )
Location - Leeds & District

Aerial View of Bramham Looking east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham showing the A1 at the bottom where Tenter Hill cuts beneth. Tenter Hill meets the junction of Front Street, left and Bowcliffe Road, right. Clifford Road goes off to the left and the fork in the centre is Low way, left, to All Saints' Church and Town Hill which becomes the High Street, right.
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All Saint's Church (Thorp Arch)
Black & White image29th March 1937. View of All Saint's Church from the South-east. Two young girls pose for the camera. The Church is built more than a quarter of a mile east of Thorp Arch village at the junction of Church Causeway with Whins Lane. Some parts of the church, including the tower, date from Medieval times.
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All Saint's Church (Thorp Arch)
Black & White image28th October 1938 In this view scaffolding has been erected on the tower of All Saints Church. A sign post can be seen at the junction of Whins Lane with Church Causeway. It points to the station, straight on beyond the church, Thorp Arch and Boston Spa in the opposite direction and Wighill off to the right on Whins Lane. Stables are visible at the right edge.
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All Saint's Church (Thorp Arch)
Black & White image1903 View of All Saint's Church on Church Causeway from the South-West. The building on the right is a stable at the junction with Whins Lane. As the church is located a considerable distance east of the village the stables were at one time much used. Visiting clergy also stabled their horses here
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All Saint's Church (Thorp Arch)
Black & White image24th October 1914. This view shows the south porch of All Saint's Church. Close by, on the left, is an old stone pillar, thought to be a churchyard cross. It incorporates a sundial with an octagonal plate which is dated 1796 and inscribed with the words 'Set me right and use me well and I ye time to you will tell'.
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