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Horsforth, from Brigg's Quarry (Horsforth) (1 comment)
Colour image2013. View looking down towards Horsforth from the top side of the old Briggs Quarry. This is the Woodside area of Horsforth, with Outwood Lane seen running through it. Woodside Methodist Church and the BUPA Care Home at Bridge House are towards the left. Briggs Quarry, also known as Woodside Quarry, was the business of A.R. Briggs & Co., stone sand and gravel merchants, and is situated within Clayton Woods.
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Kirkstall Forge, aerial view (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Kirkstall Forge, centre. Across the bottom left hand corner, part of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal can be seen. Running close to it at this point, as it emerges beneath the railway lines, is the River Aire. The river, the canal and the railway go off the right edge in the direction of Leeds. Running diagonally from the top left is Abbey Road, the main A65 Leeds Road. Joining it, Vesper Road can be seen. Between Abbey Road and Vesper Road is Hawsworth Wood and White Hall Quarries. The lighter patch near the top right edge is Forge Quarry, a Sandstone Quarry. The lines of Outwood Lane (centre of the top edge) and below it, Hawksworth Road are also visible.
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New Road Side looking north west towards Horsforth. (Horsforth) (1 comment)
Black & White image31st December 1980. View of New Road Side looking north west towards Horsforth and the shops and businesses on New Road Side. Throstle Nest is behind the high stone wall on the left. Further on, behind the bus stop, is the junction with Featherbank Lane. Behind the trees on the right there is a complex of 30 flats called Sandywood Court and closer to the foreground, St. Joseph's Nursing and Convalescent Home. The entrance to St. Joseph's is in Outwood Lane. Behind the trees on the right there is a complex of 30 flats called Sandywood Court and, closer to the foreground, St. Joseph's Nursing and Convalescent Home. The entrance to St. Joseph's is in Outwood Lane.
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