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Search Aspect ( Outing )
Location - Leeds & District

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Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a group of men in a rural setting, possibly on a works outing. The man to the left of the one wearing a fez and spectacles is Harry Sumpner. If anyone has any information to add about the photograph then we would be grateful if you would contact us.
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Jackson Lane residents, coach trip (Morley)
Black & White imageC1920. Residents of the Jackson Lane area of Morley are seen aboard a coach around 1920 on an outing to Bolton Abbey. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Leeds City Engineers Department, outing (Unknown)
Black & White imagec1925. Photograph taken around 1925 of a group of workers from the Leeds City Engineers Department aboard a charabanc for the annual works' outing. The location seen here and the destination of the trip are unknown, but this type of outing was very popular at a time when many people would not have had an annual holiday. The speed of 12 mph quoted on the vehicle would also have been a novelty for a lot of them.
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Leeds City Engineers Department, outing (Unknown)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows a group of workers from the Leeds City Engineers Department on an annual works' outing at an unspecified location, probably taken sometime before the First World War. The large group is mostly made up of men but there are four ladies present. The activities of the day have clearly involved the playing of some sports as cricket bats, hockey sticks and bowls can be seen.
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St Martin's Church, Chapeltown Road, Outing (Potternewton)
Black & White imageUndated This 1888 image shows a church outing to Bolton Woods. This picture gives a good example of the periods fashions. Also note wothy on this point is that with the exception of the two gentlemen at the front of the group who hold them on their knees, every other person is wearing a hat.
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