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Aerial view of Morley (Morley)
Colour imageUndate. Aerial view of Morley. The M621 can be seen at the top with the bridge carrying Rooms Lane across it. The red brick houses beneath are on the Ibbetson estate. The white roofs and large buildings in the middle of housing are Deanfield Mills. The road in the centre above the playing fields is Asquith Drive. The smallest of the three patches of green to the right, is the Scout camping site. On the left of the playing fields Adwalton House is visible with a square, flat roof. Safenet services operating from here supplying secure transportation for cash and valuables for Royal Mail. Several Wagons can be seen. The buildings at the bottom left are part of the Highcliffe Industrial Estate is Bruntcliffe Avenue. The red brick building at the bottom right is the Seven Hills Leisure Village, formerly Dean Hall Mill Morley Finishing Mill. Little of the mill now remains, it dates from 1872. There is also a fishing lake and conference centre on the site which belongs to Morley Hotels and Leisure. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Britannia Road, from Bruntcliffe Road (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated. Looking down Britannia Road from the point at which it changes name to Bruntcliffe Road, which is just between the Cross Hall Wesleyan Chapel on the left and the next row of houses which begins with no. 1 Britannia Road. Photograph from David Atkinson Archive.
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Britannia Terrace, old postcard view (Morley)
Black & White imagec1924. View of a section of Bruntcliffe Road/Britannia Road, part of the Wakefield - Bradford Road, called Britannia Terrace. The terraced housing is typical of the building in Morley between 1870 and 1910, many of which were demolished in the 1960s and 1970s. The homes seen here are built in brick with Welsh slate roofs, and are back-to-back. On the left is the Cross Hall Wesleyan Chapel on Bruntcliffe Road which was built in 1878-79. The first house to the right of the Chapel is number 1 Britannia Terrace and numbers continue right in an odd sequence. A sign for an off-licence corner shop is just visible and this marks the junction with Fountain Street. This postcard is one of a series by Preston for Fountain Street Post Office. The Tram route turned left into Fountain Street at this point in Britannia Terrace. Photograph form the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bruncliffe Road, The Working Men's Institute (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Bruntcliffe Working Men's Institute in Bruntcliffe Road. To the left of the building is Naylor & Warnes Joiners, Undertakers and Cabinet Makers. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bruncliffe Road, Victoria Colliery (Morley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageC1930s. Photograph take of Bruntcliffe Road looking north west, taken during the early 1930s and showing Victoria Colliery on the left, with two shaft heads visible. The pit was sunk about 1848 but ceased production before the Second World War. The chimney in the distance is that of Cliffe Dyeworks. The row of houses in front of the colliery is Albert Terrace, while those on the right are Chapel Street and Victoria Terrace. Roadworks are taking place on Bruntcliffe Road to widen the street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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