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Location - Leeds & District

Green Lodge Farm no. 46 Main Street, Scholes, View of an Old Barn (Scholes)
Colour image2000. This view is taken from the main street in Scholes village and shows a very old barn belonging to Green Lodge Farm, 46 Main Street. Stones would have been gathered from the fields to construct the barn, evidenced from the differences in tone and sizes of stone. The gateway on he left gives access to Green Lodge Farm, also known as Cullen's Farm.
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Main Street, Scholes, Farm Buildings (Scholes)
Colour image2000. Looking from Main Street, Scholes, through a gateway at old brick and stone built farm buildings.
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Main Street, Scholes, Old Stable Buildings (Scholes) (1 comment)
Colour image2000. View of old brick built stables situated on farm land off Main Street, Scholes. A horse looks out over the stable door at the camera.
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Main Street, Scholes, York Road (Scholes) (2 comments)
Colour image2000. This view of Main Street, Scholes is looking in the direction of York Road. On the left is the Methodist Church with the gable end fronting the road. On the right is the Barleycorn public house.
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Scholes Bobbin Works, Troy Hill (Morley)
Colour imageMay 1963. Image shows the ruined stoned building of Scholes Bobbin Works on Troy Hill with a view down to Station Road. At one time it produced shuttle bobbins for the weft industry, especially when they were made from wood rather than compressed cardboard. It had been closed for a long time when this image was taken and it seems that the yard was occupied by a travelling family. The flight of steps down to Station Road was closed about 1990 when a survey indicated that nobody used them. The bobbin works once burned down on Wednesday 4th October 1916. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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