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Search Aspect ( Middleton Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

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Drive to Middleton Hall (Middleton) (1 comment)
Black & White image24th August 1918. View of drive up to Middleton Hall. Shows tree-lined track with branches overhanging.
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Drive to Middleton Hall (Middleton)
Black & White image24th August 1918. View of tree lined drive way leading to Middleton Hall.
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Dueling Pistols, with case and accessories, formerly property of John Blenkinsop (Unknown)
Black & White imageUndated. View of a pair of duelling pistols complete with case and accessories, formerly the property of John Blenkinsop of Middleton. They were made in Alnwick and have the makers name and emblem inside the lid. John Blenkinsop worked for the Brandlings in Tyneside before being appointed as steward to the Middleton Estate where he took on responsibility for several coalmines and hundreds of workers. He resided at Middleton Hall between 1808 and his death in 1831. Blenkinsop was to make his mark in Leeds for designing and patenting the rack pinion rail in 1811, which was used for the first steam locomotives built by Matthew Murray of the Round Foundry, Water Lane, Holbeck.
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Middleton Hall (Middleton) (5 comments)
Black & White image3rd January 1946. Various buildings forming Middleton Hall on the North side of Town Street. A wooden gate is open, leading to a courtyard.
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Middleton Hall Gatehouse, and entrance, Town Street (Middleton)
Black & White imageUndated. The building in this image is that of the Gatehouse to Middleton Hall, the entrance is flanked by capped stone posts. Smartly dressed youths, sporting cloth caps, stand before the wall of St. Mary's Churchyard. The image may date from 1920 when the War Memorial, to the right, was newly erected. Middleton Hall, a Georgian Mansion onced owned by the Brandling family, burned down in July 1962. It was their home until 1745 when they moved to Middleton Lodge.
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