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Search Aspect ( Billing )
Location - Leeds & District

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Billing Hill Farm, demolished buildings. (Rawdon) (1 comment)
Black & White image4th February 1981. View of demolished buildings close to the top of the Billing. The Billing is a tree topped hill over the village of Rawdon which rises to a height of 231 metres. The view, right, looks towards Horsforth and Hunger Hills.
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Billing Hill Farm, derelict building (Rawdon)
Black & White image4th February 1981. View of a derelict farm building belonging to Billing Hill Farm on the top of Rawdon Billing, off Billing View.
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Billing Hill Farm, derelict building (Rawdon)
Black & White image4th February 1981. Image shows a delapidated partially brick built farm building belonging to Billing Hill Farm on Rawdon Billing.
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Billing Hill Farm, interior of derelict farm buildings. (Rawdon)
Black & White image4th February 1981. Interior view of a derelict farm building belonging to Billing Hill Farm. The farm was located close to the top of Rawdon Billing, a hill above Rawdon.
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Billing Hill Farm, off Billing View (Rawdon)
Black & White image4th February 1981. View of Billing Hill Farm located off Billing View, shown here in a Semi-derelict state. The Billing is a tree topped hill above the village of Rawdon and is visible for miles around. It reaches a height of 231 metres, and at the top there is an old quarry and the remains of defensive installations from World War II. The word 'Billing' is Old English for 'hill'.
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