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Search Aspect ( St. Mary''s )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view over Woodkirk. (West Ardsley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1950s. Aerial view over Woodkirk in the 1950s. In the bottom lefthand corner the tower of St. Mary's Church is visible and just above is St. Mary's Church Vicarage. In the centre of the bottom is St. Mary's Church Sunday School, and to the right of it a house called Hillside. Dewsbury Road cuts across from left to right. The road upwards leads to Woodkirk Station. The railway line, with the level crossing, can be seen running from left to right towards the top. At the junction of the two roads is The Cardigan Arms, demolished in 1972 for road widening. Railway House is visible above the field of farm animals on the left. Cardigan Farm is immediately behind the Cardigan Arms. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Albert Mills, demolition of chimney (Morley)
Colour imageUndated. A samll crowd have turned out on a wintry day to witness the demolition of the Albert Mills Chimney. Albert Mills began life in 1867 on land acquired by Robert Barron, manager of Gillroyd Mills, on either side of Princess Street. This was one of 40 textile mills built before 1900 within the original Morley Township boundary. The spire of St. Mary's-in-the-Wood can be seen. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Alfred Terrace, numbers 2 -10 (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated. Late 1950s view of numbers 2-10 Alfred Terrace, a row of brick terraced houses with dustbins at the end. Empty washing lines are visible in the foreground and two of the homes have television aerials. St. Mary's Congregational Church Sunday School is seen in the background at the right edge. Brighton Square is situated at the rear of these houses.
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Church Lane looking towards Ninelands Road (Garforth)
Black & White image1903. View of Church Lane looking east towards Ninelands Road (now Ninelands Lane). Behind the wall on the right is St. Mary's Church and churchyard. Two young children can be seen playing in the road on the left hand side.
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Church Lane, looking east (Garforth)
Black & White image1930s. View of Church Lane looking east in the 1930s. The trees on the right were in the grounds of St. Mary's Hall. Also seen through the trees is Garforth Parish Church of St. Mary.
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