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Search Aspect ( Gott''s Bridge )
Location - Leeds & District

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Gott's Bridge, Redcote Lodges (Burley) (12 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Benjamin Gott built Gott's Bridge for his work people to use coming down Redcote Lane from Armley to Kirkstall Road. These lodges were at the northern end and have now been demolished.
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Redcote Lane, number 1 (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated View of No. 1 Redcote Lane, one of the two Redcote Lodges seen from the rear and Gott's Bridge which crosses the River Aire. The photograph is taken looking in the direction of Kirkstall Road. The spire of St Matthias' Church in Burley is visible.
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Redcote Lane, number 1 (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated View of one of the Redcote Lodges, number 1 Redcote Lane. It is octagonal in shape and built in stone. Gott's Bridge is at the right edge and was used by mill workers crossing the River Aire from Armley to Burley. This photograph was taken looking in the direction of Armley and the Central Electricity Generating Board owned the lodge at the time.
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Redcote Lane, number 2 (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. The image shows number 2 Redcote Lane, one of the two Redcote Lodges. Steps, railed off for safety, give access down to the lower level, right. On the left, part of Gott's Bridge, crossing the River Aire, can be seen, and a large cooling tower which was owned at this time by the Central Electricity Generating Board.
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River Aire, aerial view (Kirkstall) (2 comments)
Colour imageUndated. Aerial view of the River as it meanders its way through the space between Kirkstall Road (right) and the railway line (left). Redcote Lane crosses the river at the bottom via Gott's Bridge and runs diagonally up through the site of the former Kirkstall Power Station, now demolished. The area has since been transformed into Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve and a golf course. Kirkstall Valley Primary School is seen at the bottom left.
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