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Search Aspect ( Kirk Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Kirk Lane at the junction with Manor Road (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated View of Kirk Lane from the top with Manor Road curving round to the right. The Temperance Hall is just off camera, left. The houses on the left are now demolished. The chimney of Leafield Mills (woollen) is visible in the distance. Many people have gathered on Kirk Lane to watch a procession which may have been a carnival. Manor Mills is off to the right.
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Kirk Lane at the junction with Manor Road (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated View of Kirk Lane at the junction with Manor Road. A procession of cyclists are riding up Kirk Lane watched by crowds of onlookers at the side of the road. A little cart containing three children is being pulled by two goats on the right. The chimney of Leafield Mills is just visible in the distance and Manor Mills are off to the right.
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Kirk Lane at the junction with the Green and Old Haworth Lane (Yeadon)
Black & White imagec1980s View of Kirk Lane, foreground, at the junction with The Green, right, and Old Haworth Lane; left. Town Street or 'The Steep' climbs up between the buildings in the centre to the High Street. At number 34 Town Street is Home Electrics with a large advertising campaign for Guinness on the gable end. The white building in the centre is a newsagents at the bottom of the steep. In the background, above the parked cars, buildings in Ivegate are visible. The two storey white building, right, is the Odd Fellows Public house or t'rag as it was known locally. It has been renamed The Rag and Louse in recent years.
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Manor Mill, interior view showing peace decorations (Yeadon) (2 comments)
Black & White imageNovember 1918. Image shows the interior of Manor Mill, located at the top of Kirk Lane. Above the looms are strings of bunting and other decorations in celebration of peace and the end of the Great War. Manor Mill dates from 1862 and was built by Edward and Thomas Bolton. From 1865 Manor Mill was rented by James Ives and it was the first Yeadon mill to install a power loom.
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Whitkirk Lane, by junction with Austhorpe View (Austhorpe)
Black & White imagec1982. View shows Whitkirk Lane by the junction with Austhorpe View, just off the picture to the right. In the centre is no. 6 Whitkirk Lane which was formerly Pam's but appears to be empty here. This is currently (2012) occupied by Creation Hair and Beauty Salon. On the right, the Whitkirk Video Film Library is addressed as no. 1A Austhorpe View; this is now occupied by Sandwich Express.
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