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Results Found (10), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect ( Station Fields )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Lane, numbers 21 to 27 (Garforth)
Black & White image1911. Postcard view of Church Lane showing properties numbering 21 to 27. At the left hand side the railings belong to the former Wesleyan Chapel which later became the Methodist Church. The railings were removed during World War 2 as part of the war effort. The house adjacent to the chapel is number 21 Church Lane. In the background the taller roof belongs to 'The Hollies' at number 27 Church Lane. Nowadays, this is a residential care home with 28 residents. The Hollies was built by Jabez Woolley in brick from his own brickworks situated at number 147 Elland Road in Leeds. The substantial house is located at the junction with Station Fields, formerly Station Road.
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Church Lane, The Hollies (Garforth) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a substantial house situated at number 27 Church Lane at the junction with Station Road, now known as Station Fields. It is called The Hollies and was built in the 19th Century by Jabez Woolley, owner of a brickworks at number 147 Elland Road. He was a staunch Methodist and benefactor of the Methodist Church (former Wesleyan Chapel) also located in Church Lane. Nowadays, the Hollies has undergone conversion to a residential carehome and can accommodate 28 residents. It has amalgamated with number 25 Church Lane, also a residential home called St. Armand's Court. An adjacent building called Park House was demolished.
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Church Lane, The Hollies (Garforth)
Colour imageUndated. View shows The Hollies, a large house on Church Lane situated beside the junction with Station Fields. It was built and originally owned by Jabez Woolley, a local brick manufacturer, using his own bricks for the building. The Hollies is now (2010) a residential care home specialising in the care of Alzheimer's patients.
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Railway station, from road bridge (Garforth)
Colour imageUndated. Taken from the steps down from the road bridge (Station Road), this shows Garforth railway station with the 1870s built station buildings in the centre and the railway line to the left. On the bottom right of the picture is the junction with Station Fields.
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Station Fields, from railway bridge (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. A postcard view entitled 'Station Fields from railway bridge'. The present road named Station Fields now goes between the fence and the stone wall and leads off to the right behind the haystack. The fields seen in centre here are now the site of the Oak Estate. St. Mary's Church is visible in the distance.
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