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Location - Leeds & District

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Broad Lane, junction with Moorside Drive, showing the rear view of Lister Row (Bramley) (4 comments)
Black & White image22nd April 1960 This photograph is taken at the junction of Broad Lane, foreground, left and Moorside Drive, right. Children play on wasteland in front of the blind backs of Lister Row. The pair of semi detached houses on the left are numbered 247 and 249 Broad Lane.
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Callister Hall, Woodacre Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of Callister Hall in Woodacre Lane, an old stone built, single storey building. This was originally the school house which was erected in 1726 with a thatched roof. It was given a slate roof in 1822. The datestone of 1726 can be seen above the central window. The school house was founded by William Procter, Thomas Tate and Jonathan Abbot with donations from other members of the parish. It was then endowed by the Right Honourable Robert, Lord Bingley. In 1764 there were 17 boys and 19 girls who were educated in the English language, writing and Arithmetic, along with religious instruction. This enabled them to seek employment in Husbandry, Trades or Services. Nowadays, Callister Hall is a venue for social activities in Bardsey, with various clubs and societies meeting on a regular basis. Bardsey Nursery Group is also based here. The new school, Bardsey Primary opened in 1951.
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Castle Hill from Woodacre Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View from Woodacre Lane looking towards the subtantial, stone-built property, for many years known as Castle Hill. Between 1849 and 1929 this was the vicarage for Bardsey Church. An earlier vicarage occupied a one acre site on Bardsey Hill but it was pronounced as unfit for residence as early as 1818. By 1849 a new, much large plot of land was found, north-east of the church and this large stone vicarage was erected. It was surrounded by 113 acres of glebe land, 60 of which were former common. In 1930 another new vicarage was built north of the church and this building was sold. Castle Hill has been converted to apartments in more recent times. On the left, in the foreground is Callister Hall, used as a venue for various clubs and societies within the village. It was formerly the school and dates from 1726.
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Field near Lister Cottages & St. Bernard's Railway Station, planting cauliflowers (Gildersome) (2 comments)
Colour imageJune 1960. Image shows a three man team riding behind a tractor planting cauliflowers in a field near Lister Cottages, by St. Bernard's (Gildersome) railway station. More rows of vegetables can be seen between the railway line and Gelderd Road (A62) seen in the distance. One of the terraces next to St. Bernard's Mill can be seen in the top right hand corner. Railway sidings here are stocked with carriages. The black wooden goods shed appears to be in use and certainly material is being stored in the yard around it. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Lister Row nos. 2 - 12, view from Broad Lane (Bramley) (5 comments)
Black & White image22nd April 1960 A row of stone built, blind back cottages numbered from left to right, 12 to 2, Lister Row. The houses have long gardens running parallel to Broad Lane, seen in the foreground.
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