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Search Aspect ( Lidgett Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Allerton Grange Farm, Lidgett Lane (Moortown) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This view shows cattle at Allerton Grange Farm off Lidgett Lane. The Pollard family would have been the farmers at the time. The farm has since been demolished and is now the site of houses, roughly where Larkhill Green and Larkhill Road are situated.
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Allerton Grange Farm, Lidgett Lane (Moortown)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Allerton Grange Farm, situated off Lidgett Lane, now demolished. The Pollard family were in residence when this photo was taken. It had been farmed from the 12th century, when the monks of Kirkstall Abbey used the land. On the opposite side of Lidgett Lane was Moor Allerton Hall, the home of Lt. Col Lambert, then R.B. Hopkins and later used as an annexe to Talbot County Primary School.
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Allerton Grange Farm, Lidgett Lane (Moortown)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Allerton Grange Farm, situated off Lidgett Lane, which has since been demolished. The Pollard family were farming here prior to its demolition. This view shows cattle in the pasture, with the farmhouse in the background.
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Allerton Grange Farm, Lidgett Lane (Moortown) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, View shows Allerton Grange Farm off Lidgett Lane. From early times when the monks of Kirkstall Abbey had farmed here, it had been used for farming. At the time of the photograph the family living there were called Pollard. The farm has since been demolished and replaced by houses on the Larkhills.
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Allerton Grange Farm, Lidgett Lane (Moortown)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Allerton Grange Farm, home to the Pollard family who were farming the land at the time. It has since been demolished and is now the site of housing on Larkhill Road and Larkhill GReen.
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