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Search Aspect ( Cote Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Canal at Redcote, postcard view (Armley) (5 comments)
Black & White imagec1907/1908. Early postcard view showing a horse on the canal towpath as it pulls a barge with Redcote Bridge as a backdrop. This is where Redcote Lane crosses the Leeds and Liverpool canal. Smoke is coming from the chimneys of Redcote Farm, left. A man is leading the horse and two young boys are visible behind them.
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Farsley Farfield Primary School, Cote Lane, Farsley (Farsley) (1 comment)
Colour image2000/2001 image shows Farsley Farfield Primary School, situated in Cote Lane. The 400 or so places available at Farsley Farfield are for pupils between the ages of 3 and 11 and include a 26 place nursery.
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Farsley Farfield Primary School, Cote Lane, Farsley (Farsley)
Colour imageView of Farsley Farfield Primary School located in Cote Lane. The school presently provides places for around 400 hundred children between the ages of 3 and 11 years, including a 26 place nursery.
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Leeds and Bradford Road , Whitecote Lane (Bramley) (8 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, To the left is the junction with Whitecote Lane, which led down to Bramley Fall Woods. The Rock Inn is at the corner, then cottages which were 456, 454, 452 Leeds and Bradford Road. Sign for John Smiths Magnet Ales is on side of the public house.
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Redcote Bridge (Armley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, An early 1900s view of Canal Bank Cottages at Redcote Bridge, where Redcote Lane crossed the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, just to the east of Gott's Park. This was a thriving area in the early 1800s because of the Dobbie Mills. The farmhouse, immediately over the bridge, was substantial and well to do and was surrounded by Weaver's cottages.
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