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Search Aspect ( Farrer lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Farrer Lane (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Farrer Lane showing houses in the distance with a chicken shed just visible on land in front of first house. A man stands in the road with a bicycle.
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Farrer Lane (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Farrer Lane showing ivy covered cottages. A man stands on the road beside a bicycle.
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Farrer Lane 'The Woodlands' conversion in progress (Oulton)
Colour image1979. The conversion is in progress of these old stone buildings, 'The Woodlands' in Farrer Lane. Set in a conservation area the development comprises of seven residential apartments with garages on site.
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Farrer Lane, foundations of number 5, 'The Woodlands' (Oulton)
Colour image4th October 1981. View of the foundations of number 5 'The Woodlands' in Farrer Lane, one of seven flats, converted from old stone-built properties. The garages for the properties were constructed adjacent to number 5.
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Farrer Lane, horse and cart (Oulton) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Farrer Lane, Oulton which was formerly known as Welles End Lane or locally as Dye House Bridge Lane. A man and woman pose in the road with a horse and cart being driven. This area contained some of the oldest houses in the village, all owned at one time or another by the Calverley Family. They were offered for sale to the tennants 1924. The spire of St John's Church can be seen in the background.
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