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Search Aspect ( Shell Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Shell Lane (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated. This postcard was written on the 22nd October 1904 and shows Shell Lane, a footpath which runs between Priesthorpe Road and Woodhall Road. The path is lined with trees and bushes. On the right edge, a wooden fence is visible.
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Shell Lane, from a watercolour painting (Calverley)
Colour imageView of Shell Lane from Woodhall Road, photographed from a watercolour painted in 1912. It is one of a collection of slide transparencies now owned by the Parish Church of St. Wilfrid showing the watercolours of Fred Swaine, a Calverley artist (1858 - 1942). This particular painting is signed with the name W. Hunt, possibly a friend or colleague who was known to the Swaine family. The first time Shell Lane appeared on record was in 1693. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Woodhall Road, Shell Lane End, watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley)
Colour imageUndated. View of Woodhall Road at Shell Lane End, a watercolour by local artist Fred Swaine (1858 - 1942). Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Woodhall Road, the home of Ben Keighley from a watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley)
Colour imageUndated. This stone built house, painted by local artist, Fred Swaine was the home of Ben Keighley, a grocer by trade. He is listed on the 1881 Census with his wife Sarah, unmarried daughter, Grace, a mantle maker, married daughter, Maria Ann Wright, a sewing machinist and his grandaughter Edith and grandson, Fred aged 4 and 2 respectively. A horse and cart has driven into Woodhall Road from Shell Lane. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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