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Search Aspect ( Redcote Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Canal at Redcote, postcard view (Armley) (4 comments)
Black & White imagec1907/1908. Early postcard view showing a horse on the canal towpath as it pulls a barge with Redcote Bridge as a backdrop. This is where Redcote Lane crosses the Leeds and Liverpool canal. Smoke is coming from the chimneys of Redcote Farm, left. A man is leading the horse and two young boys are visible behind them.
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Redcote Bridge (Armley)
Black & White image26th August 1942. View of workmen on the Leeds/Liverpool canal.They are demonstrating the 'canal boom'. The bridge behind them is Redcote Bridge with Redcote Lane passing over the top.
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Redcote Bridge (Armley)
Black & White image26th August 1942. Picture shows workmen demonstrating the 'canal boom' on the Leeds/Liverpool canal. Redcote Bridge is above them with Redcote Lane running across it.Trees are in the background along the banks on the right hand side. To the left are barges.
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Redcote Farm, Redcote Lane (Armley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageRedcote Farm looking towards Redcote Lane in the background. The farm was located just across Redcote Bridge. It is thought that the name 'Redcote' derives from Rigg Cote which is mentioned on old maps of the area. In Armley Old Chapel there is a memorial dating from 1673 to a John Moore of Redgecote. Other memorials refer to it as Redcoat. The farm buildings were demolished in the late 1950s.
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Redcote Lane (Armley)
Black & White image10th October 1951. View shows Redcote Lane with high stone walls either side. The road is full of debris. Powerline poles can be seen.
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