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Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of the New Inn, Churwell Primary School and the Churwell Feast Ground (Churwell) (5 comments)
Colour image1990s. Aerial view of the New Inn, centre, the Feast Ground to the rear of the New Inn and the old Churwell Primary School to the right of the ground. The licence of the New Inn was transferred from the Boar's Head Public House which was on Old Road. Churwell Primary School was situated on Old Road. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Billiard Room, Cookridge Tower (Cookridge)
Black & White imagec1894. Interior view taken within the single storey tower of the 19th century residence, Cookridge Tower located off Hospital Lane, Otley Old Road. The tower was built onto the house in the 1870s by the then resident Alfred Wilberforce Sykes so as to install the Billiard Room, seen here, for the use of his family. He was a woollen and worsted manufacturer and merchant for the firm of Hudson, Sykes and Bousfield of 19 Wellington Street, Leeds and Low Hall Place, Holbeck. The 1891 Census records Alfred Sykes at Cookridge Tower with his wife Alice, sons, Cyril, aged 22 and Leslie, aged 16. The family employed four servants including a butler, cook, housemaid and kitchen maid. Cookridge Tower was demolished c1970 and housing in Ireland Crescent now occupies the site.
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Bradford Road near the junction with Old Road, Stanningley (Stanningley)
Colour imageC2000 View of Bradford Road, Stanningley. This part of Bradford Road is known as 'Old Road End'. The blue display boards for Pudsey Dry Cleaners, right, are on the stone frontage of number 124 Bradford Road. The building stands at the corner with Old Road. On the left is the gable end of Wood Nook Fisheries at nubers 139 to 141 Bradford Road.
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Bradford Road, Old Road junction (Farsley) (4 comments)
Black & White imagec1921. View of Old Road End, the junction of Bradford Road, left and Old Road on the right. A tram is travelling along Bradford Road towards Stanningley.
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Churwell Hill in the fog (Churwell)
Colour imageFebruary 1962. Image shows a Morris Minor as it goes down Churwell Hill to meet the rolling fog. In the foreground, left, the War Memorial is sited. Opposite the car on Elland Road there are the junctions with Old Road, left, and Little Lane, right. In front of the car on the left hand side of the road the sign for the New Inn is just visible. Photograph by David Atkinson, from the David Atkinson Archive.
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