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Search Aspect ( Alwoodley Crag )
Location - Leeds & District

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Adel Crag, postcard (Adel)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of Adel Crag, sometimes referred to as Alwoodley Crag, a rock outcrop on Adel Moor which was possibly once used as a site for pagan worship. Flint arrow heads are among the archaeological finds to have been discovered in the area.
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Adel Crag, postcard (Adel)
Colour imageUndated. Coloured postcard showing Adel Crag, sometimes known as Alwoodley Crag, a large rock formation on Adel Moor. This popular tourist spot is believed to have once been used for pagan worship. Flint arrrow heads and other artefacts have been found on the site.
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Adel Crags (Alwoodley) (3 comments)
Black & White image18th May 1945. View across a meadow towards woodland, the Adel Crags plantation. Adel Crags are sometimes referred to as Alwoodley Crags. Houses are visible to the right of the image.
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Adel Crags from King Lane (Alwoodley) (6 comments)
Black & White image6th July 1951. View of King Lane from the bottom of The Avenue, with rough pasture and woods in the Adel Crags area in the background. Adel Crags are sometimes referred to as Alwoodley Crags. To the right a farmhouse can be seen. The open field shown now has a small playground on it.
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King Lane, Alwoodley Parade (Alwoodley) (4 comments)
Black & White image21st December 1944. In the distance is the Adel Crags (sometimes called Alwoodley Crags) Plantation which later came under Leeds Interim Preservation Order, 1945. On the right hand side there is a parade of shops including a Post Office, Alwoodley Motor Co. garage (cars can be seen). There is a bus stop with people queuing. Going north, the next turning on the right is The Avenue.
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