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

Calverley Church, postcard (Calverley)
Black & White imagec1904. Postcard with a postmark of 19th May 1904 showing Calverley Parish Church, St. Wilfrid's. The church, situated on Carr Road, was founded in 1154 and some parts from that era remain, althiugh many additions and alterations have been made over time.
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St. Wilfrid's Church, view from south-east (Calverley)
Black & White image1904. Image shows St.Wilfrid's Church, right, from the south-east. Across the fields, left of centre, the Vicarage can be seen, built in 1886 and now a grade II listed building. The three storey houses, between the Vicarage and the Church, are also listed and were built in the mid 18th Century. They are numbers 1 and 3 Church House. All these buildings are located close to the junction of Carr Road and Town Gate.
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Willow Well Road (Halton) (4 comments)
Black & White image27th September 1949.General view looking east from Willow Well Road towards St. Wilfrid's Church behind. There is a garden with flagged pathways in front.
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Willow Well Road from Selby Road (Halton)
Colour imagec late 1990s. View of Willow Well Road taken from Selby Road. The junction is where the car can be seen on the left. The 3 bedroomed terraced homes are grouped in blocks of four. From the left is number 16 Willow Well Road, then numbers 14, 12, 10 and 8. The next block houses numbers 6, 4 and 2 Willow Well Road and also number 145 Selby Road. At the right edge number 147 Selby Road is visible. St. Wilfrid's Church is seen in the background and the houses behind the church are in Morrit Drive.
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